Filling out a form that related to Incident Command System(ICS) by creating Incident Action Plan (IAP)

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You are to integrate the reading lessons into the creation of an Incident Action Plan (IAP) and document that on ICS 201. Utilize the “Incident Priorities”, for example: protection of life, incident “stabilization” (prevent it from getting bigger), protection of property, protection of environment, restoration of community.

Use the fillable form 201 to document your IAP after you have considered what incident priorities you need to include. Look at the examplar I posted as a model for you.

Group 1: 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 2nd floor plus basement structure.

Here I uploaded the empty form that needs to be filled, example, one of the classmate's work to give you an idea, IAP guide.

also there's link to follow https://hr.wayne.edu/leads/phase1/smart-objectives


Basically you'll came up with scenario and fill the blinks with informations that fits your scenario regarding the important entity that needed.You'll be surprised when you know that you won't be writing more that 200 words.


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INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201) 1. Incident Name: Saunders House 2. Incident Number: 3. Date/Time Initiated: Date: 1/11/2019 Time: 2100 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 is a fast moving storm that followed another severe storm only days earlier. Weather conditions have been consistently below freezing, resulting in relentless snow accumulation. This accumulation of more than 4 feet of snow caused the roof to collapse at Saunders House Senior Living in Wynnewood PA. In the area of the partial collapse there were 8 residents, 3 with special care needs that require electricity. Additionally, 2 staff and 2 residents are unaccounted for in this wood and brick frame which is 2 stories including a basement. Snow is continuing to fall and it is beginning to get dark out which causes further risks. Fortuntatley, Lankenau hospital is located several feet from the assisted living facility. 6. Prepared by: ICS 201, Page 1 Name: Sarah Small Position/Title:Emergency Signature: __________________ Manager Date/Time: 1/11/2019 12:00 AM INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201) 1. Incident Name: Saunders House 2. Incident Number: 3. Date/Time Initiated: Date: 1/11/2019 Time: 2100 7. Current and Planned Objectives: 1. Idenitify patients in the affected area that need immediate care and access to electricity2. Stabilize the area to ensure that the building structure is safe. Bring in building inspectors to evaluate the safety of the entire structure. If needed evacuate patients to the hospital. 3. Search and rescue teams are deployed to locate the missinging staff and residents, while maintaining safety protocols for the searchers 4. Residents in the non-affected areas are accounted for and assessed for physical and emotional needs. 5. Traffic patterns are diverted to protect motorists from the structurally precarious area. 8. Current and Planned Actions, Strategies, and Tactics: Time: Actions: 2100 911 is notified that roof collapsed, EMS is deployed 2110 ED Physicians at Lakenau are notified of triage needs at Saunders house, some physicians deploy to that area 2120 Patients with medical needs are transpoted the small distance to Lakenau hospital 2130 Fire department building inspector assesses if search and rescue mission can be safely deployed in structure 2140 Search and rescue teams attempt to locate missing staff and residents 2140 Traffic is redirected around the area 2150 Public service annouenement is provided regarding area closures and to notify families that may have been affected by roof collapse 2200 Neighborhood volunteer staff arrive with snacks and extra beverages HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM 1. Incident Name: Saunders House 2. Incident Number: 3. Date/Time Initiated: Date: 1/11/2019 Time: 2100 7. Current and Planned Objectives: 6. Prepared by: ICS 201, Page 2 Name: Sarah Small Position/Title: Emergency Manager Signature: Date/Time: Date INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201) 1. Incident Name: Saudners House 2. Incident Number: 3. Date/Time Initiated: Date: 1/11/2019 Time: 2100 1. Incident Name: Saudners House 2. Incident Number: 3. Date/Time Initiated: Date: 1/11/2019 Time: 2100 9. Current Organization (fill in additional organization as appropriate): Incident Commander Liaison Officer s Click here to enter text. Safety Officer Click here to enter text. Public Information Officer Click here to enter text. Operations Section Chief Planning Section Chief Logistics Section Chief Finance/Admin Section Chief Click here to enter text. Click here to enter text. Click here to enter text. Click here to enter text. 6. Prepared by: ICS 201, Page 3 Name: Position/Title: Date/Time: Date Signature: INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201) 1. Incident Name: 2. Incident Number: 3. Date/Time Initiated: Date: DateTime: HHMM Resource Identifier Date/Time Ordered Rescue Squad Local 2100 Building Ispector Local 2110 Lakenau Medical Staff Local 2110 Local Emergency Manager Communication Director Local 2200 Police Local 2110 Volunteers Local 2200 Resource ETA Arrived 10. Resource Summary: ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ Notes (location/assignment/status) search for survivors, triage Assess Structure Hosptial in close proximity that can share staff Brought in to communicate with local media about relevant information Cordone off road for safety bring hot beverages and blankets to affected family members and patients ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ 6. Prepared by: ICS 201, Page 4 Name: Position/Title: 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 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) 1. Incident Name: 2. Incident Number: 3. Date/Time Initiated: Date: Date Time: HHMM 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. 6. Prepared by: ICS 201, Page 1 Name: Position/Title: Date/Time: Date Signature: __________________ INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201) 1. Incident Name: 2. Incident Number: 3. Date/Time Initiated: Date: Date Time: HHMM 7. Current and Planned Objectives: 8. Current and Planned Actions, Strategies, and Tactics: Time: Actions: HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM HHMM 6. Prepared by: ICS 201, Page 2 Name: Position/Title: Date/Time: Date Signature: INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201) 1. Incident Name: 2. Incident Number: 3. Date/Time Initiated: Date: Date Time: HHMM 9. Current Organization (fill in additional organization as appropriate): Incident Commander Liaison Officer Click here to enter text. Safety Officer Click here to enter text. Public Information Officer Click here to enter text. Operations Section Chief Planning Section Chief Logistics Section Chief Finance/Admin Section Chief Click here to enter text. Click here to enter text. Click here to enter text. Click here to enter text. 6. Prepared by: ICS 201, Page 3 Name: Position/Title: Date/Time: Date Signature: INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201) 1. Incident Name: 2. Incident Number: 3. Date/Time Initiated: Date: DateTime: HHMM Resource Identifier Resource Date/Time Ordered ETA Arrived 10. Resource Summary: Notes (location/assignment/status) ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ 6. Prepared by: ICS 201, Page 4 Name: Position/Title: 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 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) 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/ ...
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