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By Vincent J. Markovchick MD FAAEM FACEP, Peter T. Pons MD FACEP, Katherine A. Bakes MD

(Hanley & Belfus) Univ. of Colorado, Denver. resource for secure perform of emergency medication. positive factors concise solutions, guidance, bulleted lists and tables, and a close index. Question-and-answer structure. earlier version: c1999. Softcover

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Here comes the playbook. Once all responding units hear the first unit on-scene reporting the nothing showing mode, they should stage until directed by command. No other unit should go up to the incident without being directed to do so by command (the first officer on the scene). So, we have a play called nothing showing and a diagram of that play in our playbook. The first-in officer and crew will go up to the scene and investigate why they were called, and everyone else stages. Fig. 3–1. When nothing is showing, it is expected that the crew of the first-in unit will investigate.

Safety: wherever the incident dictates, but normally not at the command post. indb 42 9/15/08 4:07:11 PM –––––– ––––– –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Command Posts |< · Questions 1) The command post is the area__________ _______________________________________. 2) Logistics determines the location of the command post. True or False 3) Command posts vary in location, size, and complexity, according to the following: a. ______________________________________ b.

That’s not a good thing. · > Listen more than you talk. Anyone who knows me knows that I’m not shy about talking over the radio. If something has to be said, I’m certainly not afraid to say it. My job as an IC is to gain as much information concerning the incident as I can in the shortest possible time. I can do that in several ways. One is by listening to the radio and knowing my people. If Captain Jaksetic starts yelling in his face piece at the fire, I know something’s wrong. Listen to communications between officers and crew members as well as you listen to conversations from your dispatch center.

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