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We coordinate the mobilization of fire services resources throughout Oregon. The Oregon Fire Service Mobilization Plan is an all-hazard-based plan used to mobilize fire resources to any incident beyond local fire service capabilities necessary to protect life, property, and the environment.
Conflagration/Mobilization Reporting2021 Mobilization Readiness Review GuideFire Defense Board ListFire Defense Board Contact Updates FormOregon Mobilization Radio FrequenciesTyping & Conflagration Response Quick GuideResource Availability Form
Objectives of this plan are:
This document (to be completed by the authority with jurisdiction) is required to request a conflagration.
Questions will cover:
Conflagration Request Form
Assigned personnel are required to meet the certification guidelines outlined in the Oregon Fire Service Mobilization Plan.
Standard FlaggingOSFM Structural Protection PlanSafety Zone CalculationsTask Force/Strike Team Leader GuidebookTask Force/Strike Team ApparatusOregon Mobilization Radio FrequenciesAssembly ChecklistArrival ChecklistDemobilization ChecklistICS 214 - Unit Log ICS 212 - Demobilization Vehicle Safety InspectionEngine Company/Crew Performance Rating Task Force After Action Review Wildland Fire COVID-19 Screening Tool
OSFM has put together a training collection for Task Force Leaders who mobilize to statewide incidents.
As additional training materials become available, it will be added to this page.
If you would like to recommend future training video topics, please email email@example.com.
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