2009 Warden Training Scenerio 1 by HC121003183534

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									SCENERIO 1
        1000 Hour fire weather forecast for:
              Monday, April 20th, 2009
Dry weather will continue to hold over the area today
Fire activity will remain moderate to high. Yesterday
had several fires start in the area which grew
quickly, burning surface fuels. Fire sizes were held
to 1.5 acres or less with light mop-up.
   Long Range outlook: Rain will move into the area
   early tomorrow, rainfall amounts will range from
   .2 to .5 inches.
                                   FILL IN FIRST PAGE
  TODAY:                              OF INCIDENT
  • Temperature: 68-70 F              ORGANIZER
  • Relative Humidity: 25-30 %
  • Winds: S-SW, 6-8 mph with gusts up to 10
                 1300 HOURS…
A tone goes out for an ATV fire off of Success Pond
              Road by the gravel pit
You respond to the dispatch
       for an ATV fire
                 1335 HOURS…
State Patrol 170 advises you that he is responding
                ETA 15 minutes
You turn onto the
  access road
  1340 HOURS…
you arrive on scene
Surface Fire
Light, flashy fuels
Additional Unit responding -
  Engine with crew of 3
In Groups – Work on Incident Organizer
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                              Approximately 1975 feet
Date of Incident:______/______/                                                    Contained:______________________
Time of Dispatch:__________________                                                Controlled:______________________

Arrival On Scene:__________________                                              Extinguished:______________________




Incident Name:________________________                                Spotting Distance ______________

Incident Commander: __________________                                Flame Length __________________
                                                                      Aspect ________________________
Size: _____________
                                                                      Elevation ______________________
Fire Status: Smoldering Creeping Running Torching Crowning Spotting   %Slope ________________________
       Other: _____________________________                           Position on Slope_______________
                                                                      Wind Speed ____________________
ROS: ________________Chains / hour                                    Gusts __________________________
Direction of Spread:__________________                                Wind Direction __________________
Spread Potential: None Low (0-5 ac) Mod (5-10 ac) High (10-50 ac)     Temperature ____________________
Fuel Type: __________________                                         RH _____________________________
Ownership: Federal State County Private
Town:________________________________
                                                                      Communication Frequencies:
Latitude: ____________________________
                                                                      Command_______________________
Longitude: __________________________
Structures/Improvements Currently or Potentially Threatened? YES NO
Special Hazard/Concerns for Air / Ground Resources:
       __________________________
Cause: _______________________                                        Air – Ground_____________________



                                                                      Tactical 1_______________________
Investigator Needed? __________                                       Tactical 2 ______________________

Access:




1.   Incident ObjectivesFirefighter and Public Safety



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                                                       RESOURCES SUMMARY
     Resources
      Ordered                                               At Scene   No. of                          Released
                      Resource Identification   Date/ETA                        Location/Assignment
     √ if needed                                                √      People                              √
    immediately

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                                                      COMMUNICATIONS

□                  NAME/POSITION                           RADIO FREQUENCY
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Map Sketch
                                                NOTES
DATE/TIME
            (Important decisions, significant events, briefings, reports on conditions, etc…)
 EVALUATION
   HAZARD EVALUATION                                                        HAZARD CONTROL
                                                                                 HAZARD CONTROL
ions that shout “Watch                        Out!”                         Standard Firefighting Orders
      18 Situations that shout “Watch Out!”
     HAZARD EVALUATION
     Y      N
                                                                            Keep informed on fire weather conditions and
                                                                            




                                                                            forecasts.
                                                                            Know what the fire is doing at all times.
                                                                            
                                                                                   HAZARD CONTROL
                                                                                       Standard Firefighting Orders
                                                                                     Keep informed on fire weather conditions and
                                                                                       




     18 Situations that shout “Watch Out!”
     e      o                                                                        forecasts.
                                                                            Base all actions on current and expected fire

                                                                                   Standard Firefighting Orders
                                                                            




                                                                            behavior.
Fire s
     not   scouted      and     sized   up.                                          Know what the fire is doing at all times.
                                                                                       




                                                                            Have escape routes and safety zones, and make
                                                                                     Base all actions
                                                                            sure they are known. on current and expected fire
                                                                            




                                                                                       




                                                                                     behavior.
                                                                            Post a lookout when there is possible danger.
                not Fire not scouted and sized up.
                                                                            




In   country        seen in daylight.                                       Be alert, ave escape routes and safety zones, decisively.
     HAZARD EVALUATION                                                      




                                                                                     H keep calm, think clearly
                                                                                    HAZARD communicationsand act and make
                                                                                       




                                                                            Maintain prompt
                                                                                                 CONTROL             with your forces,
     18 Situations that shout “Watch Out!”                                           sure they and adjoining forces
                                                                            your supervisor are known.
                                                                            




                                                                                    Standard Firefighting Orders
     Y
Safety zones
     Y     N
           N
                   and     escape      routes
                   In country not seen in daylight.
                                                   not   identified.        Give clear instructions and be sure they are
                                                                            




                                                                                   Keep informed on fire weather conditions and
                                                                                   




                                                                                   
                                                                                     Post a lookout when there is possible danger.
                                                                                       




                                                                            understood.informed on fire weather conditions and
                                                                                    Keep
                                                                                     Be alert, keep calm, think clearly and act decisively.
                                                                            Maintain control of your forces at all times.
                                                                                       




     e     o                                                                        forecasts.
     e     o                                                                Fight fireaintain prompt communications with your first.
                                                                            




Unfamiliar with weather and
    s
influencing fire behavior
                                            local   factors                 




                                                                            Have you complied with LCES?
                                                                            Lookouts
                                                                            
                                                                                   forecasts.
                                                                                   




                                                                                   
                                                                                     M aggressively,
                                                                                    Know what the fire but provide for safety
                                                                                       




                                                                                                         is doing at all times.
                                                                                     your supervisor and adjoining forces
                                                                                    Base all actions on current and expected fire
                                                                                     Give clear instructions and be sure they are
                                                                                                                                  forces,

                   Safety zones and escape routes not identified.                   behavior.
                                                                            Communications
                                                                                       




     s            Fire not scouted and sized up.
                                                                                   Know what the fire is doing at all times.
                                                                            




Uninformed        on   strategy,    tactics,    and      hazards.           Escape ave escape routes and safety zones, and make
                                                                            




                                                                                   
                                                                                     understood.
                                                                                    H Routes
                                                                                     Zones
                                                                            Safety sure they control of your forces at all times.
                                                                            
                                                                                   


                                                                                     Maintain are known.
                                                                                       




                   Unfamiliar with weather and local factors                        Fight fire aggressively, but provide for safety first.
                                                                                   Post a lookout when there is possible danger.
                                                                                   Base all actions on current and expected fire
                                                                                       
                                                                                   




Instructions     and assignments not clear.
                 In country not seen in daylight.
                   influencing fire behavior                                       Be alert, keep calm, think clearly and act decisively.
                                                                                   


                                                                                    Have you complied with LCES?
                                                                                    L aintain prompt communications with your forces,
                                                                                   Mookouts
                                                                                   




                                                                                   




                                                                                       




No communication link             with      crew                                   your supervisor and adjoining forces
                                                                                    Communications
                                                                                   behavior.
                                                                                       




members/supervisor.                                                                Give clear instructions and be sure they are
                   Uninformed and escape routes and hazards.
                  Safety zones on strategy, tactics, not identified.               




                                                                                    Escape Routes
                                                                                       




Constructing       Fire not scouted and sized up.
                   fireline     downhill     with   fire   below.
                                                                                   understood.
                                                                                    Safety Zones
                                                                                   Maintain control of your forces at all times.
                                                                                       




                                                                                   Have escape routes and safety zones, and make
                                                                                   




                  Unfamiliar with weather and local factors                        Fight fire aggressively, but provide for safety first.
                                                                                   




                    Instructions and assignments not clear.
                  influencing fire behavior                                        Have you complied with LCES?
                                                                                   




Attempting       frontal   assault     on   fire.                                  Lookouts

                                                                                   sure they are known.
                                                                                   




                                                                                   Communications
                                                                                   




                  Uninformed on strategy, tactics, and hazards.
                   No communication link with crew                                 Escape Routes
                                                                                   




Unburned        fuel between you and the fire.
                                                                                   Safety Zones
                   members/supervisor.
                                                                                   Post a lookout when there is possible danger.
                                                                                   




Cannot see       main    fire,   not   in   contact      with   anyone             




who can.          Instructions and assignments not clear.

On a hillside
below.
                   In country not seen in daylight.
                   Constructing fireline downhill with fire below.
                  where     rolling     material
                  No communication link with crew
                                                     can    ignite   fuel
                                                                                   Be alert, keep calm, think clearly and act decisively.
                                                                                   




                  members/supervisor.
W eather    is   getting hotter and drier.
                   Attempting frontal assault            on fire.                  Maintain prompt communications with your forces,
                                                                                   




                  Constructing fireline downhill with fire below.
W ing    increases     and/or     changes       directions.
                   Unburned fuel between you and the fire.                         your supervisor and adjoining forces
Getting    frequent spot fires across line.
                Attempting frontal assault on              fire.

                   Safety zones and escape routes not identified.
                   Cannot see main fire, not in contact with anyone
                                                                                   Give clear instructions and be sure they are
                                                                                   




Terrain and        who can.
                 fuels make        escape      to   safety zones
difficult.

Taking    nap
                  Unburned fuel between you and the fire.
                   On a hillside where rolling material can ignite fuel
                 near   fireline.
                                                                                   understood.
                   below.
                  Cannot see main fire, not in contact with anyone
                  who can.                                                         Maintain control of your forces at all times.
                                                                                   




                   Weather is getting hotter and drier.

er   safety
                  On a hillside where rolling material can ignite fuel
                   Unfamiliar with weather and local factors
                  below.
               hazards        exist?
                                                                    Ye
                                                                     s
                                                                                   Fight fire aggressively, but provide for safety first.
                                                                                   N
                                                                                   




                                                                                   o
                                                                                            DECISION         POINTS
er hazards and what you will do to mitigate them.
              W ing increases and/or changes directions.
…………………………………………………….
                   influencing fire behavior
             Weather is getting hotter and drier.
…………………………………………………….
…………………………………………………….
                                                                                   Have you complied with LCES?
                                                                                            Controls in place for identified
                                                                                            If no, reassess your situation.
                                                                                                                               hazards?

…………………………………………………….
for other hazard ID & mitigation.)
                  W ing increases and/or fires across line.
                   Getting frequent spot changes directions.                       Lookouts
                                                                                   




                  Getting frequent spot fires across line.
                   Terrain and fuels make escape to safety zones
                                                                                   Communications
                                                                                   
                                                                                            Are selected tactics based on expected
                                                                                            fire behavior? If no, reassess your
                   difficult.                                                               situation.

                   Uninformed on strategy, tactics, and hazards.
                  Terrain and fuels make escape to safety zones
                                                                                   Escape Routes
                                                                                   




                   Taking
                  difficult. nap near fireline.

                  Taking nap near fireline.
                                                                                   Safety Zones
                                                                                   
                                                                                            Have instructions been given and
                                                                                            understood? If no, reassess your
                                                                                            situation.

                                                                                          INITIATE
                                                                                       Ye    N
                                                                                        s    o
                                                                                                  DECISION POINTS
      What other safety hazards exist?
                   Instructions and assignments not clear.
      List any other hazards and what you will do to mitigate them.
      ………………………………………………………………….
     What other safety hazards exist?
                                                                                   Ye
                                                                                    s
                                                                                            N
                                                                                            o
                                                                                                 DECISION POINTS
      ………………………………………………………………….
     List any other hazards and what you will do to mitigate them.
                                                                                                  Controls in place for identified hazards?
     ………………………………………………………………….
      ………………………………………………………………….
     ………………………………………………………………….                                                                   If no, reassess your situation.
      ………………………………………………………………….                                                                 Controls in place for identified hazards?
     ………………………………………………………………….                                                                  If no, reassess your situation.
      (Use IRPG for other hazard ID & mitigation.)
     ………………………………………………………………….
     (Use IRPG for other hazard ID & mitigation.)

                   No communication link with crew                                                Are selected tactics based on expected
                                                                                                  fire behavior? If no, reassess your
                   members/supervisor.                                                           Are selected tactics based on expected
                                                                                                  situation.
                                                                                                 fire behavior?
                                                                                                 situation.
                                                                                                                 If no, reassess your




                                                                                                  Have instructions been given and
                                                                                                 Have instructions been given and
                                                                                                 understood? If no, reassess your
                                                                                                 understood? If no, reassess your
                                                                                                 situation.
                   Constructing fireline downhill with fire below.                 
                                                                                                 situation.

                                                                                               INITIATE
                                                                                                 INITIATE
                                      Incident Weather Observations

                                 Wind Direction/
                                                           Temperature                     Sky Condition
                                    Velocity
                Observation
Place   Elev.
                Date/Time
                              20 ft      Eye-level    Dry bulb        Wet bulb   RH   DP
                                     Incident Commander

                            Information                   Safety

                      Operations             Planning              Finance             Logistics

           Staging                                                           Comm.

Division         Division                 Air Ops                            Medical

                                                                              Food
The fire is contained and mop-up
  completed by early evening
                      At this time you
                       were the only
                       one on scene
                      and were the IC



  1340 HOURS…           Incident Commander


you arrive on scene         Operations
                                You had 2
                             additional units
                              responding –
                            With an incident of
                             this size - you as
                            IC could probably
                               fill the role as
                            Operations at the
    1335 HOURS…                   same time
 State Patrol 170 advises
you that he is responding       Incident Commander

    ETA 15 minutes                   Operations


                              Patrol 170     Engine
                                   With the size and
                                   duration of this
                                       incident:
                                You could have filled
                                most of the roles and
                                     provided for
     The fire is                firefighter safety and
contained and mop-                      rehab –
 up completed by                        GOOD JOB!
   early evening                 Incident Commander

                   Operations      Finance       Logistics

             Patrol 170   Engine       Comm.      Medical    Food

								
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