Skills for Justice RFFS Initial Incident Command(ALP0126)
To accredit RFFS uniformed firefighter, crew and watch managers at incident command Level One
- Demonstrate an understanding of the underpinning knowledge required of an incident commander at initial level.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the National Operational Guidance Foundation for Incident Command.
- Demonstrate an understanding of theJESIP Joint Doctrine and the JESIP App.
- Collect and confirm information relevant to the known and anticipated risks to people, property and the environment.
- Plan action to lead and support your crew’s response to the incident.
- Develop incident objectives through risk assessment.
- Determine the initial tactical plan required against available resources.
- Ensure the tactical plan provides sufficient flexibility to meet the known and anticipated needs of the incident.
- Implement action to meet objectives.
- Adjust the tactical plan based on an initial assessment of the incident and the
risk against gain.
- Confirm the tactical objectives and deploy your resources in priority order to meet the needs of the incident.
- Make decisions using decision controls to minimise risk and maximise progress towards the incident objectives.
- Re-deploy resources to meet the changing priorities of the incident or to mitigate newly identified hazard and risk.
- Actively seek information to update the tactical plan and progress action to meet the incident objectives.
- Operate within the agreed level of responsibility and authority
- Create ETHANE messages using the JESIP App and ensure other records are accurate, complete, in the agreed format, legible and available to authorised users.
- Confirm the final status of the incident and agree any further action with relevant people.
- Identify any unresolved risks and hazards and take action to minimise them.
- Collate and provide accurate and complete information and advice to relevant people.
- Make your resources available for redeployment at the earliest opportunity.
- Operate within agreed levels of your authority and responsibility.
- Conduct a hot debrief in a manner which promotes constructive, open and supportive discussion.
- Identify and record all significant learning points.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Uniformed RFFS firefighters, crew and watch managers.
Delegates will undertake a written assessment, taught input from a qualified tutor and a practical scenario simulation assessment.
Delegates will produce a portfolio of evidence.
Skills for Justice
£2500 plus VAT for up to six delegates at your airport centre.
Peter Stanley Training is not responsible for the non attendance of client’s delegates at the client venue for a booked event.Cancellations due to delegate non attendance or other foreseeable business activity disruption(i.e operational requirements or industrial action) are subject to the following charges;
(i) less than 7 days full cost of the course is due.
(ii)8-14 days 50% of course cost (to cover pre-booked tutor hotels, loss of business payment to sessional tutors, student awarding body registrations and other associated costs)
(iii)Over 14 days no charge.