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Components of the Incident Command and Control Simulation Series II: Mansion Q0326

Curriculum: Incident Management
Training Specialist

Richard Sexton

Delivery type
Continuing education units
ACE recommendation
There is no ACE credit recommendation for this course.

This simulation depicts a very large, multistory, single-family dwelling presenting fire spread and ventilation issues and a more complex rescue scenario. Due to the resource intensity of this incident, the student is given a second alarm assignment. The student is involved in the decision-making and assigning of crews to operational tasks on the fireground.

The residence is a 1960s large (6,200 square feet) two-story wood frame platform construction with a lightweight truss roof assembly covered by plywood sheathing and composite shingles.

The student is required to establish Divisions and Groups as needed and assign crews or units to perform the following tasks:

  • Verify that a primary search was conducted.
  • Establish a constant water supply.
  • Initiate fire attack.
  • Ventilate the structure.
  • Establish rehab.
  • Ensure a secondary search is conducted.
  • Execute overhaul on the fire building.

Estimated completion time: one hour.

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