New Hampshire Statewide Fire Mobilization

New Hampshire Statewide Fire Mobilization

Task Force Types/Makeup Engines Ladders Tankers Heavy Rescues Forestry Ambulances Lighting Chief Officers Structural Tanker 6 2 2 -6 --1 2 1 2 Forestry 4 - Disaster 4 1 2 6 1 2 2 2 2 Strike Team Types/Makeup 5 Units of a Similar Type Engines, Aerials, Tankers, Ambulances Lighting/Heavy Rescue/Boats/5 Hose Command Officer Determined by District Associations Minimum Standards Engines Aerials 4 Person Staffi ng 4 Person Staffi ng

1000 GPM Pump 75 Aerial 500 Gallons Water 1000 4 Hose Ambulanc es 2 Person Staffi ng Licensed Transport T ankers H eavy Resc ue 2 Person Staffi ng 2 Person Staffi ng 1000 Gallons Water Hydraulic Tool/ Air Bags Forestry L ighting 6 Person Staffi ng 2 Person Staffi ng 200 Gallons Water 5000 Watts 4 WD, Hand Tools Recommended Practices Task force or strike team commanders are to be regular chief officers. Alternate commanders are recommended to be used if a company grade officer is acting as a chief officer Task force or strike team apparatus should, if possible, consist of the best equipped apparatus a community can send Forestry Task Forces Disaster Task Forces Engine Strike Teams

Aerial Strike Teams Tanker Strike Teams Amb. Strike Teams 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 5 District Mutual Aid Group Dispatch Center & Phone Number Border Area Derry Fire 603-432-6121 1 Capital Area

Capital Area 603-225-3355 IEU No Response Kearsarge No Response Lakes Region Lakes Region 603-524-2386 Mt. Washington No Response North Pac Lancaster Dispatch 603-788-3282 Ossipee No Response Seacoast Portsmouth Fire 603-427-1515 Souhegan No Response Southwest 603-352-1100 Twin State No Response Upper Valley No Response Totals 6/13 Structural Task Forces Tanker Task Forces Statewide Resource Availability

8 7 7 8 1 Communications Flow Chart A Community with a Significant Emergency Event Requests a Task Force or Strike Team (TF/ ST) from their Area Mutual Aid District Dispatch Center TS/ ST Commander Updates Sending Mutual Aid Dispatch. Sending Mutual Aid Dispatch Updates Responding Departments and Statewide Control Center. The Area Mutual Aid District Dispatch Center Requests a ST/ TF from the Statewide Control Center TS/ ST Commander Assembles Assets, Responds in Convoy to Requesting Community The Statewide Control Center Selects the Appropriate TF/ ST and Contacts the Sending Mutual Aid District Dispatch Center The Sending Mutual Aid District Dispatch Center contacts the TF/ ST Commander, determines the Assembly Point and Dispatches Appropriate Response Assets Dispatch Procedures Statewide Control Centers Mutual Aid District Dispatch Centers Requesting Community Dispatch Centers NH Statewide Fire Mobilization Plan Statewide Control Center Worksheet NH Statewide Fire Mobilization Plan

Mutual Aid District Dispatch Center Mobilization Worksheet Incident Type/ Location: ____________________________________________________________ Incident Type/ Location: ____________________________________________________________ R e q u e s t in g D is p a t c h C e n t e r N a m e / P h o n e N u m b e r: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Destination Dispatch Center Phone Number: Tel: ______ ______ ________ R a d io F re q u e n c y : _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e q u e s t o r N a m e : _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ T im e : _ _ _ _ _ _ Destination Dispatch Center Radio Frequency: _________________________________________ Destination Staging Area: __________________________________________________________ Destination Staging Area: __________________________________________________________ I.C. Name/ Phone Number: __________________________ Fire Ground Frequency: __________ Incident Commander Name: __________________________ Fire Ground Frequency:_________ Type of Task Force/ Strike Team Requested: Type of Task Force/Strike Team Requested: Structural (6 Engines, 2 Aerials, 1 Ambulance, 2 Chief Officers) Engine Strike Team (5 Engines, 1 Chief Officer) Structural (6 Engines, 2 Aerials, 1 Ambulance, 2 Chief Officers) Engine Strike Team (5 Engines, 1 Chief Officer) Tanker (2 Engines, 6 Tankers, 1 Ambulance, 2 Chief Officers) Aerial Strike Team (5 Aerials, 1 Chief Officer) Tanker (2 Engines, 6 Tankers, 1 Ambulance, 2 Chief Officers) Aerial Strike Team (5 Aerials, 1 Chief Officer) Forestry (6 Forestrys, 2 Tankers, 1 Ambulance, 2 Chief Officers) Tanker Strike Team (5 Tankers, 1 Chief Officer) Forestry (6 Forestrys, 2 Tankers, 1 Ambulance, 2 Chief Officers) Tanker Strike Team (5 Tankers, 1 Chief Officer) Disaster (4 Engines, 1 Aerial, 2 Heavy Rescues, 2 Lighting Units, 2 Ambulances, 2 Chief Officers) Ambulance Strike Team (5 Ambulances, 1 Chief Officer) Disaster (4 Engines, 1 Aerial, 2 Heavy Rescues, 2 Lighting Units, 2 Ambulances, 2 Chief Officers) Ambulance Strike Team (5 Ambulances, 1 Chief Officer) Other Strike Team (5 Units and 1 Command Officer) Other Strike Team (5 Units and 1 Command Officer)

Type: _______________________________________ 1. Gather all information above. Verify Request via caller I.D. 2. Determine nearest available and appropriate District Task Force/ Strike Team 3. Contact District Mutual Aid System Dispatch Center 4. Relay all above information 5. Confirm Local Assembly Staging Area L ocation 6. Confirm Primary and Secondary Task Force/ Strike Team Commanders 7. Notify NH Designated Police Agency, request security escort, give staging area location 8. Notify NH State Fire Marshal 9. Maintain Communications with District and Destination Dispatch Centers 10. Seek Status Reports from District Mutual Aid Dispatch every four (4) hours Type: _______________________________________ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Contact the Primary & Secondary Task Force/ Strike Team Commanders Determine Task Force/ Strike Team Assembly Staging Area Advise Statewide Control Center of Staging Area and Commander information Dispatch all Task Force/ Strike Team Companies to Assembly Staging Location Confirm the deployment of all Task Force/ Strike Team Required Assets Maintain Communications with Commander, Statewide Control Center and Destination Dispatch Center 7. Confirm Response of Convoy from Staging Area to Destination 8. Provide Status Reports to NH Control Center every four (4) hours 9. Provide Status Reports to District Mutual Aid Departments Assembly Staging Area: __________________________________________________________ AssemblyStaging Area: __________________________________________________________ Primary Task Force Commander: ___________________________________________________ Primary Task Force Commander: ___________________________________________________ Secondary Task Force Commander: _________________________________________________ SecondaryTask Force Commander: _________________________________________________ Primary Control Center (Capital Area) Tel: 603-225-3355 Fax: 603-225-8507 Primary Control Center (Capital Area) Tel: 603-225-3355 Fax: 603-225-8507 Secondary Control Center (Lakes Region) Tel: 603-524-1545 Fax: 603-528-5989 Secondary Control Center (Lakes Region) Tel: 603-524-1545 Fax: 603-528-5989 Primary Radio Communications Frequency: 154.280 Primary Radio Communications Frequency: 154.280 NH Federation of Mutual Fire Aid Associations - Revised: February 2, 2004 NH Federation of Mutual Fire Aid Associations - Revised: February 2, 2004 NH Statewide Fire Mobilization Plan Statewide Control Center Worksheet

Incident Type/Location: ____________________________________________________________ R e q u e s ti n g D is p a tc h C e n te r N a m e / P h o n e N u m b e r: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R a d io F re q u e n c y: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e q u e s t o r N a m e : _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ T im e : _ _ _ _ _ _ Destination Staging Area: __________________________________________________________ I.C. Name/Phone Number: __________________________ Fire Ground Frequency: __________ Type of Task Force/ Strike Team Requested: Structural (6 Engines, 2 Aerials, 1 Ambulance, 2 Chief Officers) Engine Strike Team (5 Engines, 1 Chief Officer) Tanker (2 Engines, 6 Tankers, 1 Ambulance, 2 Chief Officers) Aerial Strike Team (5 Aerials, 1 Chief Offic er) Forestry (6 Forestrys, 2 Tankers, 1 Ambulance, 2 Chief Officers) Tanker Strike Team (5 Tankers, 1 Chief Officer) Disaster (4 Engines, 1 Aerial, 2 Heavy Rescues, 2 Lighting Units, 2 Ambulances, 2 Chief Officers) Ambulance Strike Team (5 Ambulances, 1 Chief Officer) Other Strike Team (5 Units and 1 Command Officer) Type: _______________________________________ 1. Gather all information above. Verify Request via caller I.D. 2. Determine nearest available and appropriate District Task Force/Strike Team 3. Contact District Mutual Aid System Dispatch Center 4. Relay all above information 5. Confirm Local Assembly Staging Area L ocation 6. Confirm Primary and Secondary Task Force/ Strike Team Commanders 7. Notify NH Designated Police Agency, request security escort, give staging area location 8. Notify NH State Fire Marshal 9. Maintain Communications with District and Destination Dispatch Centers 10. Seek Status Reports from District Mutual Aid Dispatch every four (4) hours Assembly Staging Area: __________________________________________________________ Primary Task Force Commander: ___________________________________________________ Secondary Task Force Commander: _________________________________________________ Primary Control Center (Capital Area) Tel: 603-225-3355 Fax: 603-225-8507 Statewide Control Center Procedures Secondary Control Center (Lakes Region) Tel: 603-524-1545 Fax: 603-528-5989 Primary Radio Communications Frequency: 154.280 NH Federation of Mutual Fire Aid Associations - Revised: February 2, 2004 1. Gather Worksheet information. Verify Request via caller I.D. 2. Determine nearest available and appropriate District Task Force/Strike Team 3. Contact District Mutual Aid System Dispatch Center 4. Relay all Worksheet information 5. Confirm Local Assembly Staging Area Location NH Statewide Fire Mobilization Plan Statewide Control Center Worksheet Incident Type/ Location: ____________________________________________________________ R e q u e s t i n g D i s p a t c h C e n te r N a m e / P h o n e N u m b e r : _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R a d i o F re q u e n c y : _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e q u e s t o r N a m e : _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ T i m e : _ _ _ _ _ _ Destination Staging Area: __________________________________________________________

I.C. Name/ Phone Number: __________________________ Fire Ground Frequency: __________ Type of Task Force/ Strike Team Requested: Structural (6 Engines, 2 Aerials, 1 Ambulance, 2 Chief Officers) Engine Strike Te am (5 Engines, 1 Chief Officer) Tanker (2 Engines, 6 Tankers, 1 Ambula nce, 2 Chief Officers) Aerial Strike Team (5 Aerials, 1 Chief Officer) Forestry (6 Forestrys, 2 Tankers, 1 Amb ulance, 2 Chief Officers) Tanker Strike Team (5 Tan kers, 1 Chief Officer) Disaster (4 Engines, 1 Aeri al, 2 Heavy Rescues, 2 Lighting Uni ts, 2 Ambulances, 2 Chief Officers) Amb ulance Strike Team (5 Ambulances, 1 Chief Officer) Other Strike Tea m (5 Units and 1 Command Officer) Type: ________________ ___________________ ____ 1. Gather all information above. VerifyRequest via caller I.D. 2. Determine nearest available and appropriate District Task Force/Strike Team 3. Contact District Mutual Aid System Dispatch Center 4. Relayall above information 5. Confirm Local Assembly Staging Area L ocation 6. Confirm Primary and Secondary Task Force/ Strike Team Commanders 7. NotifyNH Designated Police Agency, request securityescort, give staging area location 8. NotifyNH State Fire Marshal 9. Maintain Communications with District and Destination Dispatch Centers 10. Seek Status Reports from District Mutual Aid Dispatch every four (4) hours AssemblyStaging Area: __________________________________________________________ Primary Task Force Commander: ___________________________________________________ SecondaryTask Force Commander: _________________________________________________ Primary Control Center (Capital Area) Tel: 603-225-3355 Fax: 603-225-8507 Secondary Control Center (Lakes Region) Tel: 603-524-1545 Fax: 603-528-5989 Primary Radio Communications Frequency: 154.280 Statewide Control Center Procedures NH Federation of Mutual Fire Aid Associations - Revised: February 2, 2004 6. Confirm Primary and Secondary Task Force/Strike Team Commanders 7. Notify NH Designated Police Agency, request security escort, give staging assembly area location 8. Notify NH State Fire Marshal 9. Maintain Communications with District and Destination Dispatch Centers 10.Seek Status Reports from District Mutual Aid Dispatch every four (4) hours Statewide Control Centers 1. Capital Area 2. Lakes Region 3. Southwest

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