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Emergency Mobilization Information

Mobilization Plan

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.  
 
2014 Mobilization Plan
 
Instructions for Entering Apparatus Information into Fire & EMS Bridge 
 
2014 Mob Plan Review

2014 Quick Guide

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Task Force/Strike Team Information

Task Force/Strike Team Leader Guide

 

Task Force/Strike Team Resources Form:

     PDF or Word

 

Task Force/Strike Team Apparatus Form:

     PDF or Word

 

ICS 212 - Demobilization Vehicle Safety Inspection:

     PDF or Word

 

Engine Company/Crew Performance Rating:

     PDF or Word

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State Fire Defense Boards

Specified geographic regions in Oregon, usually by county, have a fire defense board consisting of  local fire chiefs from each structural jurisdiction in the region or county. Each fire defense board elects a chief to provide leadership and represent them on the state fire defense board. Fire defense boards enhance mutual aid, consistency within the Oregon fire service and act to create stronger individual fire departments and districts.
 
State Fire Defense Board Chiefs 



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Conflagration FAQs and Past Mobilizations

The Office of State Fire Marshal assists and supports the Oregon fire service during major emergency operations through the Conflagration Act (ORS 476.510). The Conflagration Act was developed in 1940 as a civil defense measure and can be invoked only by the governor. The act allows the State Fire Marshal to mobilize firefighters and equipment from around the state. The Conflagration Act is only used for fires that involve or threaten life and structures.
 
To find out more see Conflagration History

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National Incident Management Systems (NIMS)

Information and Resources: 
 
DPSST NIMS Equivalency Matrix

The Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) has completed a comparison on how their training classes align with those adopted and recommended by the United States Department of Homeland Security National Incident Management System (NIMS). This DPSST NIMS Equivalency Matrix is posted on the DPSST website at http://www.oregon.gov/DPSST/FC/docs/NIMSICSEquivMatrix0206.xls.
 
Documents:
April 12, 2005
 
June 15, 2005
  
Federal Agencies’ NIMS Implementation Plan http://www.fema.gov/doc/nims/nims_implementation_plan_template.doc
 
Web Resources:
NIMS Resource Center at http://www.fema.gov/nims
 
NIMS Capability Assessment Support Tool NIMSCAST http://www.fema.gov/nimcast/index.jsp

NIMS, NRP, and ICS training-related fact sheets can be found at http://www.fema.gov/nims/nims_training.shtm


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Oregon Mobilization Radio Frequencies

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OSFM Emergency Response Services Section

 
Incident Management Teams
 
Oregon Urban Search and Rescue
 
Regional Hazardous Materials Response Teams
 
The Emergency Response Unit can also provide FSP-01 and FSP-01a forms to any responding agencies.  If you have a request for these forms, please contact Alan McMahen at (503) 934-8297.

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