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SAMPLE Forms, Letters, plans, and Procedures



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SAMPLE Forms, Letters,

plans, and Procedures

The following are samples of commonly-used US&R forms, letters, plans, and procedures.



    Form Name

Page No.

US&R Task Force Fact Sheet

D-2

US&R Task Force Mission Capabilities Fact Sheet

D-3

US&R Task Force Medical Team Fact Sheet

D-4

US&R Task Force Support Requirements

D-5

DOD Canine Transport Release Letter

D-6

Passenger Manifest (DD 2131 or AMC 96)

D-7

ICS 201: Incident Briefing

D-10

ICS 202: Incident Objectives

D-14

ICS 203: Organization Chart

D-15

ICS 204: Assignment List

D-16

ICS 205: Incident Radio Communications Plan


D-17

ICS 205-T: Telephone Plan

D-18

ICS 206: Medical Plan

D-19

ICS Safety: Safety Plan

D-20

ICS 209: Situation Report

D-21

ICS 213: General Message

D-22

ICS 214: Unit Log

D-23

Structure Triage Form

D-24

Structures Hazards Evaluation

D-26

US&R Task Force Patient Care Form

D-27

FEMA Form 60-1: Requisition for Supplies, Equipment, and/or Services.

D-29

After-Action Debriefing Form

D-30







Note the CA-1 (Report of Accident) and the CA-2 (Report of Illness) are not included in this Appendix






URBAN SEARCH & RESCUE TASK FORCE FACT SHEET

TASK FORCE NAME: ________________________________________________

COMPOSITION

  • Tactical unit for search and rescue operations;

  • Multi-disciplinary organization:

  • Search element

  • Medical element

  • Rescue element

  • Technical support element

  • Command element;

  • Totally self-sufficient for the first 72 hours of operation;

  • Full equipment cache to support the Task Force's operations; and

  • Supported by DHS/FEMA sponsored Incident Support Team.

CAPABILITIES

  • Capable of round-the-clock search and rescue operations (two 12-hour shifts).

  • Search operations:

  • Physical

  • Canine

  • Electronic.

  • Rescue operations in various types of structures:

  • Wood frame

  • Steel frame

  • Unreinforced masonry

  • Reinforced concrete.




  • Sophisticated medical treatment capabilities limited to:

  • Injured Task Force members; and
  • Initial treatment of victims encountered during operations.


  • Technical support capabilities for Task Force operations:

  • Structural integrity assessments;

  • Liaison with heavy equipment/crane operators;

  • On and off site communication capabilities within Task Force, IST, and local jurisdiction; and

  • Hazardous materials assessments.




URBAN SEARCH & RESCUE TASK FORCE MISSION CAPABILITIEs fact sheet

DHS/FEMA US&R Task Forces are capable of providing the following additional actions when dispatched to hurricane or typhoon, tornado, or flood emergencies:


US&R Operations


  • Conduct physical search and rescue operations in damaged and collapsed structures;

  • Provide emergency medical care to disaster response personnel;

  • Provide emergency medical care to the injured;

  • Reconnaissance duties - assess damage and needs and provide feedback to local, State, and Federal officials;

  • Assess and shut off utilities to houses or buildings;

  • Assess hazardous materials surveys and evaluations of affected areas;

  • Conduct structural and hazard evaluations of government and municipal buildings needed for immediate occupancy to support disaster relief operations; and

  • Assist in stabilizing damaged structures, including shoring and cribbing operations, on damaged buildings as required.




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