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The Emergency Operations Plan- Please look over a two from classmates and comment on how you might change them – different objectives, new ones, different wording for clarity. Response to each one of them separately. – I have attached my two classmates’ post.- Discussion Question: you are to integrate the reading lessons into the creation of an Incident Action Plan (IAP) and document that on ICS 201. Remember to utilize the “Incident Priorities” established in your prior reading assignments, for example: protection of life, incident “stabilization” (prevent it from getting bigger), protection of property, protection of environment, restoration of community.Incident – Winter Storm Jonas resulted in a roof collapse of a Senior supervised living facility housing 8 residents, 3 with ‘special care needs’ requiring continuous electrical power. Two staff and 2 residents are unaccounted for in this brick and wood frame 2 floor plus basement structure.
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INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201)
1. Incident Name:
Roof collapse of a senior center
2. Incident Number:
Manager
3. Date/Time Initiated:
Date: 3/6/2019
Time: 1300
4. Map/Sketch (include sketch, showing the total area of operations, the incident site/area, impacted and threatened
areas, overflight results, trajectories, impacted shorelines, or other graphics depicting situational status and resource
assignment):
5. Situation Summary and Health and Safety Briefing (for briefings or transfer of command): Recognize potential
incident Health and Safety Hazards and develop necessary measures (remove hazard, provide personal protective
equipment, warn people of the hazard) to protect responders from those hazards.
Winter Storm Jonas causes roof collapse in a senior supervised living facility housing eight residents. Three residents
required electrical power for medical equipment. There are parts of the house that were unsafe. At 1255, the responder
received a call from bystanders saying the roof had collapsed and two residents & 2 staff members were unaccounted
for in this brick and wood frame 2 floor plus basement structure. The weight of the accumulation can lead to a full
collapse.
6. Prepared by:
ICS 201, Page 1
Name: Raed
Position/Title:Manager
Signature: __________________
Date/Time: 3/6/2019 1:00 PM
INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201)
1. Incident Name:
Roof collapse of a senior center
2. Incident Number:
3-62019
3. Date/Time Initiated:
Date: 3/6/2019 Time: 1300
7. Current and Planned Objectives:
Setting up the perimeter/ clear area
Set up Incident Command
Ensure the safety of responders and residents
EMS triage/ Medical treatment
Extricate victims
Secure structure and safe snow removal
Shut off the power and gas
SAR mission on scene
Clear access roads
Transport evacuated residents to hospitals
8. Current and Planned Actions, Strategies, and Tactics:
Time:
Actions:
1300
First responders dispatched
1310
Close scene to public
1320
Set Up Incident Command
1320
Evaluate Situation
1345
Triage Patients
1355
Prepare snow removal equipment
1405
Stabilize structure
1415
Transport patients to hospitals
1425
Communicate with families
1435
SAR mission on scene
1445
A media briefing
1455
Request management & supplies
1405
Reevaluate Situation
1405
Building a safety climate
1405
Request building Iinspector
HHMM
HHMM
HHMM
HHMM
HHMM
HHMM
HHMM
6. Prepared by:
ICS 201, Page 2
Name: Raed
Position/Title: Manager
Date/Time: 3/6/2019 1:00 PM
Signature:
INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201)
1. Incident Name:
Roof collapse of a senior center
2. Incident Number:
3-62019
3. Date/Time Initiated:
Date: 3/6/2019 Time: 1300
9. Current Organization (fill in additional organization as appropriate):
Incident Commander
Liaison Officer
Jon
Jay
Safety Officer
Moe
Public Information Officer
Abodi
Operations
Section Chief
Planning
Section Chief
Logistics
Section Chief
Finance/Admin
Section Chief
Sarah
Mary
Mike
Smith
6. Prepared by:
ICS 201, Page 3
Name: Raed
Position/Title: Manager
Date/Time: 3/6/2019 1:00 PM
Signature:
INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201)
1. Incident Name:
Roof collapse of a senior center
2. Incident Number:
3-62019
3. Date/Time Initiated:
Date: 3/6/2019Time: 1300
Resource
Police
Resource
Identifier
Date/Time
Ordered
Local
1300
ETA
Arrived
10. Resource Summary:
1305
Notes (location/assignment/status)
6 Units

Fire
Local
1300
1305
2 Fire Trucks

EMS
Local
1300
1305
2 Transport Ambulance

Incident Commander
1300
1 Incident Commander

Search and sescue
Local
1300
2 teams

Command Staff
1320

General Staff
1320

Building Inspector
contractor
1335
1350
1 Safety Officer
1 Public Information Officer
1 Operations Section Chief
1 Fin/Admin Section Chief
1 Planning Section Chief
1 Logistics Section Chief
1 team







6. Prepared by:
ICS 201, Page 4
Name: Raed
Position/Title: Manager
Date/Time: 3/6/2019 1:00 PM
Signature: _________________
ICS 201
Incident Briefing
Purpose. The Incident Briefing (ICS 201) provides the Incident Commander (and the Command and General Staffs) with
basic information regarding the incident situation and the resources allocated to the incident. In addition to a briefing
document, the ICS 201 also serves as an initial action worksheet. It serves as a permanent record of the initial response
to the incident.
Preparation. The briefing form is prepared by the Incident Commander for presentation to the incoming Incident
Commander along with a more detailed oral briefing.
Distribution. Ideally, the ICS 201 is duplicated and distributed before the initial briefing of the Command and General
Staffs or other responders as appropriate. The “Map/Sketch” and “Current and Planned Actions, Strategies, and Tactics”
sections (pages 1–2) of the briefing form are given to the Situation Unit, while the “Current Organization” and “Resource
Summary” sections (pages 3–4) are given to the Resources Unit.
Notes:
• The ICS 201 can serve as part of the initial Incident Action Plan (IAP).
• If additional pages are needed for any form page, use a blank ICS 201 and repaginate as needed.
Block
Number
Block Title
Instructions
1
Incident Name
Enter the name assigned to the incident.
2
Incident Number
Enter the number assigned to the incident.
3
Date/Time Initiated
• Date, Time
Enter date initiated (month/day/year) and time initiated (using the 24hour clock).
4
Map/Sketch (include sketch,
showing the total area of
operations, the incident
site/area, impacted and
threatened areas, overflight
results, trajectories, impacted
shorelines, or other graphics
depicting situational status and
resource assignment)
Show perimeter and other graphics depicting situational status,
resource assignments, incident facilities, and other special information
on a map/sketch or with attached maps. Utilize commonly accepted
ICS map symbology.
5
Situation Summary and
Health and Safety Briefing (for
briefings or transfer of
command): Recognize potential
incident Health and Safety
Hazards and develop necessary
measures (remove hazard,
provide personal protective
equipment, warn people of the
hazard) to protect responders
from those hazards.
Self-explanatory.
6
Prepared by
• Name
• Position/Title
• Signature
• Date/Time
Enter the name, ICS position/title, and signature of the person
preparing the form. Enter date (month/day/year) and time prepared
(24-hour clock).
7
Current and Planned
Objectives
Enter the objectives used on the incident and note any specific problem
areas.
If specific geospatial reference points are needed about the incident’s
location or area outside the ICS organization at the incident, that
information should be submitted on the Incident Status Summary (ICS
209).
North should be at the top of page unless noted otherwise.
Block
Number
Block Title
Instructions
8
Current and Planned Actions,
Strategies, and Tactics
• Time
• Actions
Enter the current and planned actions, strategies, and tactics and time
they may or did occur to attain the objectives. If additional pages are
needed, use a blank sheet or another ICS 201 (Page 2), and adjust
page numbers accordingly.
9
Current Organization (fill in
additional organization as
appropriate)
• Incident Commander(s)
• Liaison Officer
• Safety Officer
• Public Information Officer
• Planning Section Chief
• Operations Section Chief
• Finance/Administration
Section Chief
• Logistics Section Chief
• Enter on the organization chart the names of the individuals
assigned to each position.
• Modify the chart as necessary, and add any lines/spaces needed for
Command Staff Assistants, Agency Representatives, and the
organization of each of the General Staff Sections.
• If Unified Command is being used, split the Incident Commander
box.
• Indicate agency for each of the Incident Commanders listed if
Unified Command is being used.
10
Resource Summary
Enter the following information about the resources allocated to the
incident. If additional pages are needed, use a blank sheet or another
ICS 201 (Page 4), and adjust page numbers accordingly.
• Resource
Enter the number and appropriate category, kind, or type of resource
ordered.
• Resource Identifier
Enter the relevant agency designator and/or resource designator (if
any).
• Date/Time Ordered
Enter the date (month/day/year) and time (24-hour clock) the resource
was ordered.
• ETA
Enter the estimated time of arrival (ETA) to the incident (use 24-hour
clock).
• Arrived
Enter an “X” or a checkmark upon arrival to the incident.
• Notes (location/
assignment/status)
Enter notes such as the assigned location of the resource and/or the
actual assignment and status.
INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201), Adapted for FDA
1. Incident Name:
Roof collapse of a Senior supervised
living facility housing
2. Incident Number:
01-342019
3. Date/Time Initiated:
Date: 3/4/2019
Time: 15:00
4. Map/Sketch
5. Situation Summary and Health and Safety Briefing
Winter Storm Jonas resulted in a roof collapse of a Senior supervised living facility housing 8 residents, 3 with ‘special
care needs’ requiring continuous electrical power. Two staff and 2 residents are unaccounted for in this brick and
wood frame 2 floor plus basement structure
6. Prepared by: Mohammed J Aleissa Position/Title Emergency Manager Signature:
ICS 201, Page 1
Updated by FDA 2/2011
Date/Time: 3/4/2019 15:20
INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201), Adapted for FDA
1. Incident Name:
Roof collapse of a Senior supervised
living facility housing
2. Incident Number:
01-342019
3. Date/Time Initiated:
Date: 3/4/2019
Time: 15:00
7. Current and Planned Objectives:
Activate the preparedness plan (If it exists)
Establish Incident Command System
Ensure the safety of the public and the area
Send in Search and Rescue
Remove snow, debris and evacuate residents
Transport patients to hospital to receive treatment
Establish PIO for media
Identify safe road to transport patients
Evaluate the structures and loses/Request repairs
8. Current and Planned Actions, Strategies, and Tactics:
Time:
Actions:
15:00
Resident reported the incident
15:20
Secure Parameter/Close Scene to Public
15:20
Set up incident commander
15:20
Evaluate the situation and structure stability
15:25
Remove victims from the incident and send them to the nearest hospital
15:30
Triage Patients/Remove Victims from Elements
15:35
Stabilize structure
15:40
Send search and rescue team
15:54
Mobilize snow removal equipment
15:54
Mobilize snow removal equipment
16:00
Request rescue and search Update
16:11
Communicate with media and press release the updates
16:16
Maintain site security and safety
16:20
Stabilize structure
15:30
Send search and rescue team
16:35
Mobilize snow removal equipment
6. Prepared by: Prepared by: Mohammed J Aleissa Position/Title Emergency Manager Signature:
ICS 201, Page 2
Updated by FDA 2/2011
Date/Time: 3/4/2019 15:20
INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201), Adapted for FDA
1. Incident Name:
roof collapse of a Senior supervised
living facility housing
2. Incident Number:
01-342019
3. Date/Time Initiated:
Date: 3/4/2019
Time: 15:00
9. Current Organization (fill in additional organization as appropriate):
6. Prepared by: Prepared by: Mohammed J Aleissa Position/Title Emergency Manager Signature:
ICS 201, Page 3
Date/Time:
1. Incident Name:
roof collapse of a Senior supervised
living facility housing
2. Incident Number:
01-342019
3. Date/Time Initiated:
Date: 3/4/2019
Time: 15:00
Updated by FDA 2/2011
INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201), Adapted for FDA
1. Incident Name:
2. Incident Number:
(EON num. if applicable)
3. Date/Time Initiated:
Date:
Time:
Resource
Identifier
Date/Time
Ordered
Police
Local
15:25
Fire
Local
15:25
Resource
ETA
Arrived
10. Resource Summary:


EMS
Local
15:25
Notes (location/assignment/status)
4 Units
1 Fire Truck
1 Fire Engine
5 Ambulances

Incident Commander
Local
15:25
Serach and Rescue
Local
15:30

1 team

Snow Removal
contractor
15:35
1 team

Command Staff
Local
15:35

General staff

1 Liaison Officer
1 Operations Section Chief
1 Planning Section Chief
1 Operations Section Chief
1 Fin/Admin Section Chief
1 Planning Section Chief
1 Logistics Section Chief
6. Prepared by: Prepared by: Mohammed J Aleissa Position/Title Emergency Manager Signature:
ICS 201, Page 4
Updated by FDA 2/2011
Date/Time:
INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201)
1. Incident Name:
Sunrise Senior Living Roof Collapse
2. Incident Number:
01-032017
3. Date/Time Initiated:
Date: 3/1/2017
Time: 1740
4. Map/Sketch (include sketch, showing the total area of operations, the incident site/area, impacted and threatened
areas, overflight results, trajectories, impacted shorelines, or other graphics depicting situational status and resource
assignment):
5. Situation Summary and Health and Safety Briefing (for briefings or transfer of command): Recognize potential
incident Health and Safety Hazards and develop necessary measures (remove hazard, provide personal protective
equipment, warn people of the hazard) to protect responders from those hazards.
More than 2 feet of snow accumulation has led to a partial roof collapse of Sunrise Senior Living Center that currently
houses 8 residents and 4 staff members. The center is a two story building with a basement and sits unaccompanied
by other living units on a corner plot of land. There is a small shed structure in the parking lot attached to the center
that is unaffected. Calls came in at 17:30 that the roof had collapsed and 2 residents and 2 staff members were
unaccounted for. Three of the accounted for residents required electrical power for medical equipment and 1 of the
residents did not have a backup battery unit. The weight of the snow remaining on the intact roof increased the risk of
full collapse.
Above: Orange designates area of operations; Blue designates incident site
6. Prepared by:
ICS 201, Page 1
Name: A. Carroll
Position/Title:Em. Manager
Signature: __________________
Date/Time: 3/1/2017 6:00 PM
INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201)
1. Incident Name:
Sunrise Senior Living Roof Collapse
2. Incident Number:
01-032017
3. Date/Time Initiated:
Date: 3/1/2017 Time: 1740
7. Current and Planned Objectives:
Close of Scene to Public/Clear Area
Set up Incident Command
Ensure safety of responders and evacuated residents
Secure structure/Snow Removal
Send in Search & Resuce
Transport evacuated residents to nearby hospitals/clear access roads
Evaluate structure – request repairs/demolition
8. Current and Planned Actions, Strategies, and Tactics:
Time:
Actions:
1730
Local First Responders Dispatched
1740
Secure Paremeter/Close Scene to Public
1740
Set Up Incident Command
1740
Evaluate Situation and Structure Stability
1745
Triage Patients/Remove Victims from Elements
1750
Stabilize Structure
1750
Send in Search & Rescue
1800
Mobilize Snow Removal Equipment
1800
Notify and Transport Patients to Nearby Hospitals
1805
Mobilize Lifting Equipment (as needed)
1810
Set Up Reunification/Information for Families
1820
Request Search & Rescue Update
1830
Communicate Situation and Progress with Media
1845
Reevaluate Situation – request resources as needed
1900
Maintain Site Security and Safety
1900
Request Building Inspector
HHMM
HHMM
HHMM
HHMM
HHMM
HHMM
6. Prepared by:
ICS 201, Page 2
Name: A. Carroll
Position/Title: Em. Manager
Date/Time: Date
Signature:
INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201)
1. Incident Name:
Sunrise Senior Living Roof Collapse
2. Incident Number:
01-032017
3. Date/Time Initiated:
Date: 3/1/2017 Time: 1740
9. Current Organization (fill in additional organization as appropriate):
Incident Commander
Liaison Officer
Heather Hope
Kristen Mooney
Safety Officer
John Whalen
Public Information Officer
Peter Lister
Operations
Section Chief
Planning
Section Chief
Logistics
Section Chief
Finance/Admin
Section Chief
JoAnn Vaus
Rick Tollen
Joan Lloyd
Paul Quinn
6. Prepared by:
ICS 201, Page 3
Name: A. Carroll
Position/Title: Em. Manager
Date/Time: Date
Signature:
INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201)
1. Incident Name:
Sunrise Senior Living Roof Collapse
2. Incident Number:
01-032017
3. Date/Time Initiated:
Date: 3/1/2017Time: 1740
Resource
Police
Resource
Identifier
Date/Time
Ordered
local
1730
ETA
Arrived
10. Resource Summary:
Notes (location/assignment/status)
5 Units

Fire
local
local/contr
actors
EMS
Incident Commander
1730

1 Fire Truck
1 Fire Engine

2 Transport Ambulance
4 911 Response Ambulance
1 Transport Bus
1730
1730
1 Incident Commander

Search & Rescue
Snow Removal
local/volu
nteer
1730
contractor
1800
Command Staff
Coronor
1830

2 Plows
1 Contractor Team

1 Safety Officer
1 Public Information Officer
1 Liason Officer

1 Operations Section Chief
1 Fin/Admin Section Chief
1 Planning Section Chief
1 Logistics Section Chief
1745
General Staff
Building Inspector
2 Teams

1745
contractor
state
1900
1830
3/2/17
0900
1 Building Inspector

1900
1 Coroner





6. Prepared by:
ICS 201, Page 4
Name: A. Carroll
Position/Title: Em. Manager
Date/Time: Date
Signature: _________________
ICS 201
Incident Briefing
Purpose. The Incident Briefing (ICS 201) provides the Incident Commander (and the Command and General Staffs) with
basic information regarding the incident situation and the resources allocated to the incident. In addition to a briefing
document, the ICS 201 also serves as an initial action worksheet. It serves as a permanent record of the initial response
to the incident.
Preparation. The briefing form is prepared by the Incident Commander for presentation to the incoming Incident
Commander along with a more detailed oral briefing.
Distribution. Ideally, the ICS 201 is duplicated and distributed before the initial briefing of the Command and General
Staffs or other responders as appropriate. The “Map/Sketch” and “Current and Planned Actions, Strategies, and Tactics”
sections (pages 1–2) of the briefing form are given to the Situation Unit, while the “Current Organization” and “Resource
Summary” sections (pages 3–4) are given to the Resources Unit.
Notes:
• The ICS 201 can serve as part of the initial Incident Action Plan (IAP).
• If additional pages are needed for any form page, use a blank ICS 201 and repaginate as needed.
Block
Number
Block Title
Instructions
1
Incident Name
Enter the name assigned to the incident.
2
Incident Number
Enter the number assigned to the incident.
3
Date/Time Initiated
• Date, Time
Enter date initiated (month/day/year) and time initiated (using the 24hour clock).
4
Map/Sketch (include sketch,
showing the total area of
operations, the incident
site/area, impacted and
threatened areas, overflight
results, trajectories, impacted
shorelines, or other graphics
depicting situational status and
resource assignment)
Show perimeter and other graphics depicting situational status,
resource assignments, incident facilities, and other special information
on a map/sketch or with attached maps. Utilize commonly accepted
ICS map symbology.
5
Situation Summary and
Health and Safety Briefing (for
briefings or transfer of
command): Recognize potential
incident Health and Safety
Hazards and develop necessary
measures (remove hazard,
provide personal protective
equipment, warn people of the
hazard) to protect responders
from those hazards.
Self-explanatory.
6
Prepared by
• Name
• Position/Title
• Signature
• Date/Time
Enter the name, ICS position/title, and signature of the person
preparing the form. Enter date (month/day/year) and time prepared
(24-hour clock).
7
Current and Planned
Objectives
Enter the objectives used on the incident and note any specific problem
areas.
If specific geospatial refer …
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