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Components of the Incident Command and Control Simulation Series II: Townhouse Q0325

Curriculum: Incident Management
Training Specialist

Richard Sexton

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

In this simulation the student is presented with a little more complex fire and rescue problem--one that might be commonly found  in a townhouse, row house, garden apartment or condominium. The student is involved in the decision-making and assigning of crews to operational tasks on the fireground.

The residence is a 1980s wood-frame platform construction with a lightweight truss roof assembly covered by plywood sheathing and composite shingles.

The student is required to assign crews or units to perform the following tasks:

  • Conduct primary search and rescue.
  • Establish a water supply.
  •  Initiate fire attack.
  • Ventilate the structure.
  • Set up rehab.
  • Conduct a secondary search.
  • Conduct overhaul on the fire building.

Estimated completion time: one hour.

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