The Fire Service Mobilization Plan is a guide for OSFM personnel and emergency responders to use during times of emergency. The plan establishes operating procedures for the most practical utilization of state resources during all-hazard emergencies that are beyond the capabilities of local resources. The Mobilization Plan assumes fire departments and districts have mutual aid agreements to respond to local emergencies.
2017_Oregon Fire Service Mobilization Plan
Fire Defense Board List/Updates Instructions for Entering Apparatus Information into Fire & EMS Bridge Mob Plan Review Committee
2014 Quick Guide
Conflagration Request Packet
Conflagration Request Form - Fillable PDF
Conflagration Request Form - Fillable Word document
Structural Protection Checklist
Task Force/Strike Team Leader Guide
Task Force/Strike Team Resources Form:
PDF or Word
Task Force/Strike Team Apparatus Form:
ICS 214 - Unit Log:
PDF or Word
ICS 212 - Demobilization Vehicle Safety Inspection:
Engine Company/Crew Performance Rating:
Task Force After Action Review Form
Many of the presentations below are available in PowerPoint version. Please contact email@example.com if you are in need of the original PowerPoint versions. The links below are PDF files.
2017 TFL Symposium Agenda
Safety Message (Michael Gorsuch)
Social Media (Justin de Ruyter)
Structural Triage, Prep, & Tactics (Chris Barney, Alex Haven, & Brent Goold)
Fire Behavior & Fuel Types (Jim Walker)
Intterra Situation Analyst Overview (Rob Root)
OSFM Processes (Mariah Rawlins)
Bendix King Radios (Rick Heuchert)
Sprinkler & Pump Kits (Andy Louden & Brent Goold)
Predictive Services Overview (John Saltenberger)
Link to NWCC Predictive Services website, including monthly & seasonal outlooks
Private Resource Utilization Guidelines
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