1 Forms in this Unit contain ICS forms that have been modified to meet HHS requirements. ICS forms are used throughout the response system. Use of the ICS forms ensures greater understanding and communications between using agencies. By looking at the form number you can equate the generic ICS form with the HHS form number for easier identification between different users of the system. Forms located in this section include: HHS-202, Objectives HHS-203, Organization Assignment HHS-204, Assignment List HHS-205, Radio Communication Plan HHS-206, Medical Plan HHS-211, Check-in List HHS-214, Unit Log HHS-215, Operational Planning Worksheet HHS-218, Support Vehicle Inventory HHS-219, Resource Status Card HHS-221, Demobilization Checkout HHS-259, Resource Order
2 ACTION PLAN AND OBJECTIVES FORM Purpose An Action Plan documents the actions developed by the CFO, MST Leader and Command and General Staff during the Planning Meeting. The HHS/EOC Director and Staff may also have a Planning Meeting to develop an Action Plan outlining the responsibilities for support from the HHS/EOC. When all attachments are included, the plan specifies the response objectives, tactics to meet the objectives, resources required, organization, logistics support, communication plan, medical plan and other appropriate information for use in tactical operations. There is only one Incident Action Plan for an incident therefore, in providing support to the local response effort, this information relates to a HHS Action Plan that provides guidance to HHS health and medical resources only. The standard components of an Action Plan include: Incident Objectives (HHS Form 202) Organization Assignment List (HHS Form 203) Assignment List (HHS Form 204) Radio Communications Plan (HHS Form 205) Medical Plan (HHS Form 206) Incident map (topographical section or sketch map) Traffic Plan (internal and external to the incident) Preparation An Action Plan is completed following each formal planning meeting conducted by the MST Team Leader and Command and General Staff. The plan must be approved by the CFO, MST Leader, or HHS/EOC Director depending on the application of the plan prior to distribution.
3 Distribution Sufficient copies of the Action Plan should be provided for all supervisory personnel at the Section, Branch, Division and Unit Leader levels. Copies should also be made available to involved cooperating agencies.
4 OBJECTIVES HHS-202 The Objectives Form (HHS-202) is the first page of an Action Plan. The HHS-202 describes the basic incident strategy, response objectives, and provides weather information and safety considerations for use during the operational period for which the plan is developed.
5 OBJECTIVES # (1) INCIDENT FORM HHS 202 (2) DISASTER RESPONSE NUMBER: (3) OPERATIONAL PERIOD: date and time (4) DATE/TIME PREPARED: (5) GENERAL RESPONSE OBJECTIVES FOR THE INCIDENT: (Include alternatives) 01/98 (6) WEATHER FORECAST FOR OPERATIONAL PERIOD: (7) GENERAL SAFETY MESSAGE: (8) ATTACHMENTS: ORGANIZATIONAL LIST INCIDENT MAP OTHER: ASSIGNMENT LIST COMMUNICATIONS PLAN MEDICAL PLAN TRAFFIC PLAN
6 OBJECTIVES # (1) INCIDENT FORM HHS 202 (2) DISASTER RESPONSE NUMBER: (3) OPERATIONAL PERIOD: date and time (4) DATE/TIME PREPARED: (9) Prepared by (10) Approved by 01/98
7 OBJECTIVES, HHS-202 ITEM NUMBER 1 Incident 2 ITEM TITLE Disaster Response Number 3 Operational Period 4 DateTime Prepared 5 6 General Response Objectives Weather Forecast For The Operational Period 7 General Safety Message 8 Attachments 9 Prepared By 10 Approved By INSTRUCTIONS List the specific name assigned to the incident. List the response number assigned. This number is generally provided by HHS/EOC and is either a HHS number or FEMA Disaster Number. Show the specific operational period the plan covers. List the specific date (mm/dd/yy) and time (24 hour time) the plan was prepared. List the objectives developed by the MST Leader in consultation with the CFO and RHA. Show the predicted weather for the planned operational period. Use an attachment if necessary. Enter information such as known safety hazards and specific precautions to be observed during this operational period. If available, a safety message could be attached and referenced Check the applicable boxes for included attachments. The plan is ready for distribution when appropriate attachments are completed. The Planning Section Chief is generally responsible for the preparation of the HHS The MST Leader, CFO, or RHA signs the HHS-202 signifying the approval of the Action Plan.
8 ORGANIZATION ASSIGNMENT, HHS-203 Purpose The Organization Assignment HHS-203 provides information on names of personnel staffing each position shown. Preparation This list is prepared and maintained by the Resource Unit Leader under the direction of the Planning Section Chief. Distribution The Organization Assignment is attached to Action Plan.
9 ORGANIZATION ASSIGNMENT # (1) INCIDENT (2) DISASTER RESPONSE NUMBER: (3) OPERATIONAL PERIOD: (4) DATE/TIME PREPARED: FORM HHS /97 (5) COMMAND STAFF (9) OPERATIONS BRANCH Leader Chief Deputy Deputy Information Officer Safety Officer BRANCH I Medical Officer Branch Director Liaison Officer Deputy (6) AGENCY REPRESENTATIVES Division/Group Agency Name Division/Group Division/Group BRANCH II Branch Director (7) PLANNING SECTION Deputy Chief Division/Group Deputy Division/Group Resource Unit Division/Group Situation Unit Division/Group Documentation Unit Division/Group Demobilization Unit BRANCH III Technical Specialists Branch Director Deputy Division/Group (8) LOGISTICS SECTION Division/Group Chief TEAMS Deputy SUPPORT BRANCH Director Medical Supply Unit Facilities Unit POA/MOC Center Specialist (10) ADMIN/FINANCE SECTION SERVICE BRANCH Chief Director Deputy Communications Unit Time Unit Housing Unit Procurement/Contract Unit Transportation Unit Compensation/Claims Unit Equipment Manager Administrative Specialist (11) PREPARED BY - Signature Page
10 ORGANIZATION ASSIGNMENT, HHS-203 ITEM NUMBER 1 Incident 2 ITEM TITLE Disaster Response Number 3 Operational Period 4 Date/Time Prepared 5-10 Staffing 11 Prepared By INSTRUCTIONS List the specific name assigned to the incident. List the response number assigned. This number is generally provided by HHS/EOC and is either a HHS number or FEMA Disaster Number. Show the specific operational period the plan covers. List the specific date (mm/dd/yy) and time (24 hour time) the plan was prepared. Enter the names of personnel staffing each of the listed positions. Use at least first initial and last name. For Units indicate Unit Leader, for Divisions/Groups indicate Division/Group Supervisor and for Teams show Federal health and medical Teams assigned. Use an additional page if more than three Branches are activated. Signed by the person completing the form. The Resource Unit in the Planning Section has the responsibility for completing the HHS-203.
11 ASSIGNMENT LIST, HHS-204 Purpose The Assignment List(s) is used to inform Operations Section personnel of the incident resource assignments and communications summary. Once the assignments are approved by the MST Leader or HHS/EOC Director and Staff, the assignment information is given to the appropriate Units and Divisions/Groups via the Communications Center or preferably during an operational period briefing. Preparation The Assignment List is normally prepared by the Resource Unit Leader using guidance by the Incident Objectives (HHS Form 202), Operational Planning Worksheet (HHS Form 215), and the Operations Section Chief. The communication summary is obtained from the Communications Unit Leader. The Planning Section Chief must approve the Assignment List(s). When approved, it is attached to the Incident Objectives as part of the Action Plan. Distribution The Assignment List(s) are duplicated and attached to the Action Plan. In some cases, assignments may be communicated via radio.
12 ASSIGNMENT LIST # / (1) INCIDENT (2) DISASTER RESPONSE NUMBER: (3) LOCATION: (4) DATE/TIME PREPARED: FORM HHS /97 (5) Branch: (8) Operations Chief: (6) Division/Group: (9) Branch Director: (7) Operational Period: (10) Division/Group Supervisor: (11) RESOURCES ASSIGNED THIS PERIOD TEAM LEADER NUMBER PERSONS TRANS NEEDED TO RETURN (12) OPERATIONAL ASSIGNMENT: (13) SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: FUNCTION COMMAND LOCAL REPEAT DIVISION/GROUP TACTICAL (14) COMMUNICATIONS SUMMARY FREQUENCY SYSTEM CHANNEL FUNCTION SUPP ORT LOCAL REPEAT DIVISION/GROUP TACTICAL (15) PREPARED BY: Signature Page of FREQUENCY SYSTEM CHANNEL
13 HHS FORMS ITEM NUMBER 1 Incident 2 3 Location ASSIGNMENT LIST, HHS-204 ITEM TITLE Disaster Response Number 4 Date/Time Prepared INSTRUCTIONS List the specific name assigned to the incident. List the response number assigned. This number is generally provided by HHS/EOC and is either an HHS number or FEMA Disaster Number. Show the specific geographic location of the incident where the Team is assigned. List the specific date (mm/dd/yy) and time (24 hour time) the plan was prepared. 5 Branch List the Roman Numeral of the Branch. 6 Division/Group 7 Operational Period 8 Operations Chief 9 Branch Director 10 Division/Group Supervisor 11 Resources Assigned This Period 12 Operational Assignment List the capital letter assigned to designate the Division/Group. Groups may also be named for the function preformed List the dates and inclusive times for the operational period covered. Show the name of the assigned Operations Section Chief. Show the name of the assigned Branch Director. Show the name of the assigned Division/Group Supervisor List resource designators, Leaders name, and total number of personnel for health and medical response Teams or single resources assigned. Provide a statement of the tactical objectives to be achieved within the operational period. Include any special instructions for individual resources.
14 HHS FORMS ITEM NUMBER ITEM TITLE 13 Special Instructions INSTRUCTIONS Enter statement-calling attention to any safety problems or specific precautions to be exercised or other important information. 14 Communications Summary 15 Prepared By Signature The Communications Unit provides this information on the Radio Communications Plan HHS-205. Radio frequencies are designated for Command, Division, Tactical, and Support. The Resource Unit in the Planning Section has the responsibility for completing the HHS-204.
15 HHS FORMS RADIO COMMUNICATIONS PLAN, HHS-205 Purpose The Radio Communications Plan provides information on all radio frequency assignments for each operational period in one location. Information from the Radio Communication Plan on frequency assignments is placed on the appropriate individual Assignment List (HHS-204). Preparation The Radio Communications Plan is prepared by the Communications Unit Leader and given to the Planning Section Chief. Distribution The Radio Communications Plan is duplicated and attached to the Action Plan.
16 RADIO COMMUNICATIONS PLAN # (1) INCIDENT (2) DISASTER RESPONSE NUMBER: (3) RESPONSE TO: (4) DATE/TIME PREPARED: FORM HHS /97 BASIC RADIO CHANNEL UTILIZATION (5) SYSTEM/CACHE (6) CHANNEL (7) FUNCTION (8) FREQUENCY (9) ASSIGNMENT (10) REMARKS (11) Prepared By: Signature
17 ITEM NUMBER RADIO COMMUNICATIONS PLAN, HHS-205 ITEM TITLE INSTRUCTIONS 1 Incident List the specific name assigned to the incident. List the response number assigned. This Disaster Response number is generally provided by HHS/EOC 2 Number and is either a HHS number or FEMA Disaster Number. 3 Response To Show the specific location of the area where operations are taking place. 4 Date/Time Prepared List the specific date (mm/dd/yy) and time (24 hour time) the plan was prepared. 5 Enter the radio cache system(s) assigned Basic Radio Channel and used on the incident (e.g., DMAT, Utilization System/Cache MST,FEMA MERS, HHS Region VI, etc.) 6 Channel Number Enter the radio channel number assigned. 7 Function Enter the function each channel number is assigned (i.e. command, support, division tactical, and ground to air). 8 Frequency List the specific frequency assigned. 9 Assignment 10 Remarks 11 Prepared By, Signature Enter the HHS organization assigned to each of the designated frequencies (e.g. Branch I, Division A). This section should include narrative information regarding special communications situations. The Communications Unit Leader or the Logistics Section Chief approves the HHS- 205.
18 MEDICAL PLAN, HHS-206 Purpose. The Medical Plan provides information on incident medical aid stations, transportation services, hospitals, and medical emergency procedures for assigned Federal health and medical Team personnel. Preparation. The Medical Plan is prepared by the Medical Unit Leader and reviewed by Safety Officer and approved by the Medical Officer on the MST Command Staff. Distribution. The Medical Plan is duplicated and attached to the Action Plan.
19 # MEDICAL PLAN (1) INCIDENT (2) DISASTER RESPONSE NUMBER: (3) OPERATIONAL PERIOD: (4) DATE/TIME PREPARED: (5) INCIDENT MEDICAL AID STATIONS FORM HHS-206 Medical Aid Stations Location Paramedics 11/97 (6) TRANSPORTATION Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No (A) Ambulance Services Name Address Phone Paramedics (B) Incident Ambulances Name Location Paramedics Name Address (7) HOSPITALS Travel Time Air Ground Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No Phone Helipad Trauma Center Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No (8) MEDICAL EMERGENCY PROCEDURES (9) Prepared by (10) Approved by
20 MEDICAL PLAN, HHS-206 ITEM NUMBER ITEM TITLE INSTRUCTIONS 1 Incident List the specific name assigned to the incident. 2 Disaster Response Number List the response number assigned. This number is generally provided by HHS/EOC and is either a HHS number or FEMA Disaster Number. 3 Operational Period Show the specific operational period the plan is develop for. 4 Date/Time Prepared List the specific date (mm/dd/yy) and time (24 hour time) the plan was prepared. 5 Incident Medical Aid Stations Enter name and location of incident medical aid stations (e.g. Main Street Staging Area, Hurricane Fran Base, etc.) and indicate with a if paramedics are located at the site. 6 Transportation List the available hospital transportation on-site. A. Ambulance Services List names and addresses of off-site ambulance services that are available (e.g. All American, 4378 White Parkway, Rockville, MD). Provide phone number and indicate, by a, if the ambulance company has paramedics. B. Incident Ambulances Name of organization providing on-site ambulances and the specific incident location. Also indicate by a if paramedics are aboard. 7 Hospitals List the hospitals that could serve the incident. Hospital name, address, the travel time by air and ground from the incident to the hospital, phone number, and indicate with a if the hospital is a Trauma Center and has a helipad. 8 Medical Emergency Note any special emergency instructions for Procedures use by incident personnel. 9 Prepared By The Medical Unit Leader or Logistics Section Chief is responsible for completion of the Medical Plan. 10 Approved By The Medical Officer approves the HHS-206.
21 CHECK-IN LIST, HHS-211 Purpose The Check-in List is used to record details of all personnel and Teams who have arrived at the incident or event. Teams or individuals need to check in only once on the incident. The information contained on the form ensures that personnel have arrived and serves as accountability to ensure assignments. Preparation A Check-in List is prepared by Check in Recorder or the POA/Mob Center Specialist. Distribution Completed forms are sent to the Resource Unit Leader at the times designated to ensure accountability for all Teams and personnel who has arrived on the scene.
22 CHECK-IN LIST HHS-211 (1) incident Name (4) LIST PERSONNEL )OVERHEAD) BY AGENCY & NAME - OR - LIST EQUIPMENT BY THE FOLLOWING FORMAT. (2) CHECK-IN LOCATION POA SPECIALIST STAGING AREA BoO CHECK-IN INFORMATION (3) Date/Time AGENCY SINGLE, TASK FORCE KIND TYPE I.D. NUMBER/N AME ORDER/RE QUEST # DATE/TIME CHECK-IN LEADERS NAME TOTAL NO. PERSONNEL MANIFEST CREW/INDI VIDUAL WEIGHT HOME BASE DEPARTUR E POINT METHOD OF TRAVEL ASSIGNME NT OTHER QUALIFICA TIONS TIME SENT TO RES. U. L 17 PAGE OF (18) PREPARED BY
23 CHECK-IN LIST, HHS-211 ITEM NUMBER 1 Incident ITEM TITLE 2 Check-In Location 3 Date/Time Prepared 4 List Personnel Including Overhead And Equipment That Has Checked-In On The Incident. 5 Order/Request Number 6 Date/Time Check-In 7 Leaders Name 8 Total Number Of Personnel 9 Manifest 10 Crew Weight or Individual Weight. 11 Home Base 12 Departure Point INSTRUCTIONS List the specific name assigned to the incident. Provide a check and specific name to the check-in location where the form is completed. This could be the BoO, Staging Area, or the POA Specialist, List the specific date (mm/dd/yy) and time (24 hour time) the plan was prepared. Show the agency the resource is from, if you are considered a single S resource, or a health and medical response Team MRT. Show the kind and type if applicable as well as the identification number or name. This is the same number as included on the HHS-259, Resource Order form. The number provides tracking for the mobilization and provides a starting point for demobilization tracking. Show the date mm/dd/yy and the 24 hour clock time the resource checks in. Provide the Team Leaders name. Provide the actual number of personnel provided. Provide a check in the appropriate yes or no column. This information will be useful in the demobilization process and should include the accurate weight of personnel and all equipment traveling with the personnel. List the base of origin for the individual or Team being checked in. This is the location where the Team is located while not on the disaster response. Show the departure point where travel to the incident began. This may be an airport or the
24 ITEM NUMBER ITEM TITLE 13 Method Of Travel 14 Assignment 15 Other Qualifications 16 Time Sent To Resource Unit 17 Page Number 18 Signature INSTRUCTIONS name of a local community. Show the specific method of travel to the incident (e.g., Team/HHS owned or leased vans, trucks, military aircraft, etc.) List the specific assignment on the incident. List all other qualifications the individual or Team may have. Show the date mm/dd/yy and 24-hour time the form was sent to the Resource Unit Leader. Show the specific page number. These numbers should remain sequential from the start of the incident. Show the name of the individual responsible for the check-in at the location unidentified for check-in.
25 UNIT LOG, HHS-214 Purpose The Unit Log is used to record details of unit activity including Team activities for each operational period. The file of these logs provides a basic documentation of significant events, injuries, changes in plans and unexpected results for future reference. Preparation Command and General Staff members, Division/Group Supervisors, Team Leaders, and Unit Leaders prepare a Unit Log. Distribution Completed logs are forwarded to supervisors who provide to the Documentation Unit for filing after review.
26 # UNIT LOG (1) INICIDENT (2) DISASTER RESPONSE NUMBER: (3) OPERATIONAL PERIOD: (4) DATE/TIME PREPARED: FORM HHS /97 (5) UNIT: (6) LEADER: NAME POSITION SENDING ORGANIZATION TIME (7) MAJOR EVENTS 8) Prepared by Signature (9) Date
27 ITEM NUMBER ITEM TITLE UNIT LOG, HHS-214 INSTRUCTIONS 1 Incident List the specific name assigned to the incident. List the response number assigned. This 2 Disaster Response number is generally provided by HHS/EOC Number and is either an HHS number or FEMA Disaster Number. 3 Operational Period Show the specific operational period this log is being completed for. 4 Date/Time Prepared List the specific date (mm/dd/yy) and time (24 hour time) the form was prepared. 5 Unit Enter the title of the organizational unit or resource designator (e.g., Supply Unit Leader, Safety Officer, Medical Officer, etc.). 6 Leader Enter the name of the individual in charge of the unit. List the name, position, and sending organization of each member assigned to the unit during the operational period. 7 Major Events Enter the time and briefly describe each significant occurrence or event (e.g., task assignments, task completions, injuries, difficulties encountered, etc.) 8 Prepared by Signature Signature of the person completing the form. 9 Date Enter the date the person signed the form.
28 OPERATIONAL PLANNING WORKSHEET, HHS-215 Purpose The purpose of the Operational Planning Worksheet is to communicate the decisions made during the planning meeting concerning resource assignments to the Resource Unit. The Worksheet is used by the Resource Unit to complete the Assignment Lists and by the Logistics Section Chief for ordering resources for the incident. Preparation The CFO, MST Leader, or EOC Director and General Staff at each Planning meeting initiate the Operational Planning Worksheet. It is recommended that the form is drawn in a display format, and when decisions are reached, the information is recorded on the Operational Planning Worksheet. Distribution When the work assignments and accompanying resource allocations are agreed to, the form is used by the Resource Unit to assist in the preparation of the Assignment Lists. The Planning Section will use a copy of this worksheet for preparing requests for resources required for the next operational period.
29 OPERATIONAL PLANNING WORKSHEET # (1)INCIDENT (2)DISASTER RESPONSE NUMBER: (3) OPERATIONAL PERIOD (DATE/TIME): (4) DATE/TIME PREPARED: (5) PREPARED BY: (8)RESOURCES BY TYPE (6)DIVISION OR OTHER (7)WORK ASSIGNMENTS (9)Overead (10)Special LOCATION Equipment REQUIRE D HAVE NEED REQUIRE D HAVE NEED REQUIRE D HAVE NEED REQUIRE D HAVE NEED REQUIRE D HAVE NEED REQUIRE D HAVE NEED REQUIRE D HAVE NEED REQUIRE D HAVE NEED FORM HHS /99 (12)Reportin (11)Supplies g Locations (13)Request ed Arrival Time (14)TOTAL RESOURCES REQUIRED (15)TOTAL RESOURCES ON HAND (16)TOTAL RESOURCES NEEDED (17)
30 OPERATIONAL PLANNING WORKSHEET, HHS-215 ITEM NUMBER 1 Incident 2 ITEM TITLE Disaster Response Number 3 Operational Period 4 Date/Time Prepared 5 Prepared By 6 Division/Group or Other Location 7 Work Assignments 8 Resource 9 Overhead 10 Special Equipment 11 Supplies 12 Reporting Location INSTRUCTIONS List the specific name assigned to the incident. List the response number assigned. This number is generally provided by HHS/EOC and is either an HHS number or FEMA Disaster Number. Show the specific operational period assigned for the planning period. List the specific date (mm/dd/yy) and time (24 hour time) the plan was prepared. Show the name of the person preparing the form. Show the specific Division/Group being addressed. Enter the specific work assignments given to each of the Divisions/Groups. Complete resource headings, both for kind and type appropriate for the incident. Enter the appropriate resources, the number of resources by type (DMORT Teams, etc.) required "REQ", and the number of resources available "HAVE" to perform the work assignment. Then record the number of resources needed "NEED" by subtracting the number in the "HAVE" row from the number in the "REQ" row. List the specific type of overhead (supervision) needed. List any specialized equipment required for use during the operational period. List any supplies required for use during the operational period. Enter the specific location the "needed" resources are to report for the work assignment (staging area, location on the incident, etc.)
31 ITEM NUMBER ITEM TITLE 13 Requested Arrival Time 14 Total Resources Required 15 Total Resources On Hand 16 Total Resources Ordered 17 Signature INSTRUCTIONS Enter time resources are requested to arrive at the reporting location. Enter the total number of resources by type (DMAT, DMORT, VMAT, etc.) required Enter the total number of resources by type (DMORT, etc.) on hand. This is a count from personnel checked in at the incident and recorded with the Resource Unit. Enter the total number of resources by type (DMORT, etc.) ordered as a result of the planning meeting. This is a simple arithmetic subtraction of the needs from what is on hand. Show the signature of the person completing the form, generally the Resource Unit Leader.
32 SUPPORT VEHICLE INVENTORY, HHS-218 Purpose The Support Vehicle inventory form provides an inventory of all transportation and support vehicles assigned to the incident. The Transportation Unit Leader or Equipment Manager uses this form to maintain a record of the types and locations of vehicles on the incident. The Resource Unit uses the information to initiate and maintain status/resources information on these resources. Preparation The Transportation Unit or Equipment Manager personnel prepare the form at intervals specified by the Logistics Section. Distribution Initial inventory information recorded on the form should be given to the Resource Unit. Subsequent changes to the status or location of transportation and support vehicles should be provided to the Resource Unit immediately.
33 SUPPORT VEHICLE INVENTORY # (1) INCIDENT (2) DISASTER RESPONSE NUMBER:: (3) RESPONSE TO: (4) DATE/TIME PREPARED: FORM HHS /99 (5) VEHICLE INFORMATION a. b. c. d. e. f. g. TYPE MAKE CAPACITY/SIZE AGENCY/OWNER ID NUMBER LOCATION RELEASE TIME (6) Prepared by (Transportation Unit) (7) Approved by
34 SUPPORT VEHICLE INVENTORY, HHS-218 ITEM NUMBER 1 Incident 2 ITEM TITLE Disaster Response Number 3 Response To 4 Date/Time Prepared 5 Vehicle Information Type Make Capacity/Size Agency/Owner Id Number Location INSTRUCTIONS List the specific name assigned to the incident. List the response number assigned. This number is generally provided by HHS/EOC and is either a HHS number or FEMA Disaster Number. Show the specific location of the area where operations are taking place. List the specific date (mm/dd/yy) and time (24 hour time) the plan was prepared. NOTE: 1. The Transportation Unit Leader or Equipment Manager may prefer to use separate sheets for each type of support vehicle (e.g., sedans, pick ups, vans, etc.). 2. More than one line may be used to record information on each vehicle. If this is done, separate individual vehicle entries with a heavy line. 3. Several pages may be used. When this occurs, number the pages consecutively in the box at the bottom of the form at the approval block. Record the following vehicle information: a. Specific vehicle type (e.g. sedan, pickup, bus, etc.). b. Vehicle manufacturer name (e.g. GMC, Ford, etc.). c. Vehicle capacity/size (e.g. 3/4 ton truck, 6 passenger sedan, etc.). d. Owner of the vehicle (agency or private owner) e. Serial number or other identification number. f. Location of the vehicle.
35 ITEM NUMBER ITEM TITLE Release Time 6 Prepared 7 Approved INSTRUCTIONS g. Time the vehicle is released from the incident. The Transportation Unit Leader is responsible for the preparation and maintenance of this form. The Logistics Section approves the form for completion.
36 RESOURCE STATUS CARDS HHS-219 Purpose Resource Cards are used by the Resource Unit in the Planning Section as a manual method of recording status and location on resources, transportation support vehicles and personnel. The Resource Status Cards provide a visual display of the status and location of resources assigned to the incident. Preparation Information to be placed on the cards may be obtained from several sources including but not limited to: 1. Check-In List, HHS Form HHS-304, Point of Arrival/Departure information 3. Agency supplied information 4. POA/Mob Center Specialist Format There are eight different status cards (see below). Each card is a different color and used for a different purpose. The format and content of information on each card will vary depending upon the use of the card. HHS FORM 219 USE COLOR 1 Labels Gray (used only as label cards in racks) 2 DMAT Green 3 DMORT Rose 4 VMAT Blue 5 Personnel White 6 Other specialized Teams Orange 7 MST Yellow 8 Miscellaneous equipment Tan Distribution The cards are displayed in resource status racks where they can be easily retrieved. The Resource Unit will retain cards until demobilization begins. At the completion of demobilization all cards will be turned into the Documentation Unit.
37 RESOURCE STATUS CARDS HHS LABEL CARD. The label cards (gray) are used to designate either locations or status in the card racks. The organization of the card racks will vary depending upon the type and size of the incident. Resource Unit personnel can print location data (e.g., Branch I, Division C, Base, etc.), and or status information (e.g., Available, En route, Out-of-Service, etc.) on the tops of the cards with felt-tip pens. The label cards may then be placed into racks at the appropriate locations as determined by Resource Unit personnel. HHS-219-2, 3, 4, 6 AND 7 RESPONSE TEAMS GREEN, ROSE, BLUE, ORANGE AND YELLOW COLORED CARDS A manifest listing specific Team member information including; full name, SSN, address, and specific departure point should be attached to the Resource Card. The same general information is required on all response Team cards. This includes the following: ORDER/REQUEST NUMBER Assigned by the HHS/EOC when the Team is initially ordered. HOME BASE Geographical location where the Team or individual is normally located. DEPARTURE POINT Location from which this Team or individual left to reach this incident. For the most part this will be the same location as the home base. NUMBER OF PERSONNEL Total number of people, including the Team Leader. MANIFEST Attach to the Resource Card. WEIGHT Total weight, including all equipment and personal belongings of the Team.
38 HHS PERSONNEL WHITE COLORED CARD This card should be used only for personnel not assigned specifically to a Team but is performing a job function at the incident. TRANSPORTATION NEEDS If an individual was picked up and brought to the incident, it is important to check what transportation is needed to return home. It is important to the demobilization process to show specific means by which personnel will depart the incident. HHS MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT This card is used for a variety of miscellaneous equipment (e.g., busses, trucks, medical equipment, computers, etc.). Keeping this information will aid in maintaining records for property accountability.
39 DEMOBILIZATION CHECKOUT, HHS-221 Purpose The Demobilization Checkout form provides the Planning Section information on resource releases from the incident to include destination, actual release time, and estimated time of arrival at destination. Preparation The Demobilization Unit Leader in the Planning Section initiates the form. The top portion of the form is completed by the Demobilization Unit Leader after the resource supervisor has given written notification that the resource is excess to the needs of the incident. Distribution The individual resource will have the unit initial the appropriate checked ( ) boxes in section II prior to release from the incident. After completion, the form is returned to the Demobilization Unit in the Planning Section.
40 DEMOBILIZATION CHECKOUT # (1) INCIDENT FORM HHS-221 (2) DISASTER RESPONSE NUMBER: (3) DEMOBILIZATION #: (4) DATE/TIME PREPARED: (5) PREPARED BY: (6) RESOURCE RELEASED: (7)MODE OF TRANSPORTATION/#: 11/97 (8) RELEASE DATE/TIME: (10) DESTINATION: (9) MANIFEST: YES NO NUMBER: (11) AREA/AGENCY/REGION NOTIFIED: NAME: DATE: (12) SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBLE FOR PERFORMANCE RATING: (13) UNIT/PERSONNEL SIGNOFF: (You and your resources have been released subject to signoff from the following:) LOGISTICS SECTION (DEMOB UNIT LEADER CHECK APPROPRIATE BOX) Medical Supply Unit Communications Unit Facilities/Housing Unit Documentation Unit PLANNING SECTION Time Unit FINANCE/ADMINISTRATION SECTION OTHER (14) REMARKS:
41 DEMOBILIZATION CHECKOUT, HHS-221 ITEM NUMBER 1 Incident 2 ITEM TITLE Disaster Response Number 3 Response To 4 Date/Time Prepared 5 Prepared By 6 Resource Released 7 Mode Of Transportation 8 Release Date/Time 9 Manifest 10 Destination 11 Area/Region Notification 12 Supervisor Responsible For Performance 13 Unit/Personnel Signoff 14 Remarks INSTRUCTIONS List the specific name assigned to the incident. List the response number assigned. This number is generally provided by HHS/EOC and is either a HHS number or FEMA Disaster Number. Show the specific location for the response. List the specific date (mm/dd/yy) and time (24 hour time) the plan was prepared. Show the name of the person preparing the form. Show the actual resource released from the incident. Show the mode of transportation that will be used to return the resource to its home base. Show the specific date (mm/dd/yy) and time (24 hr time) the resource is expected to depart. Mark yes or no. This will be a specific requirement for other than commercial public aircraft flights. Show the actual physical destination of the resource. Show the person, date, and time the receiving office is notified of the release of incident personnel. List the responsible supervisors' names that will complete a performance evaluation. Check the boxes in the appropriate function areas of the incident that will need to receive initials of an inspecting authority within that function. List any pertinent remarks necessary for the completion of the demobilization process.
42 RESOURCE ORDER FORM, HHS-259 INSTRUCTIONS GENERAL GUIDELINES A. Incident Project order number and request numbers 1. Only the originating unit s order and request number will be relayed to other ordering units. 2. Do not relay the office reference number. 3. Generally, when an order is placed from the incident, the next ordering organization will assign the request number and pass that number back to the incident. B. Mobilization 1. When the resource departs the home unit and travel information is relayed, the resource becomes the responsibility of the receiving unit. 2. Resources in transit are tracked by the HHS/EOC. Any unforeseen delays should be reported to the ordering unit by the HHS/EOC 3. Confirmation of arrival for the resource is required, to ensure accountability. 4. The receiving unit (MST or health and medical team), at the final destination, shall initiate follow-up action if the arrival schedule has not been met. 5. All of these activities should be documented on the Resource Order form. C. Travel time 1. Each ordering unit will use Zulu time (GMT) in tracking resources. 2. Use the same time for the destination of the resource when passing the estimated time of arrival (ETA). 3. All times will be referred to in 24-hour time. D. Closing the Resource Order 1. The resource order will be kept open until all the resources are released or reassigned to another order, except for supplies. 2. Resource orders may be closed and filled according to local office procedures after all resources have been released or reassigned.
43 RESOURCE ORDER FORM HHS 259 # (1)INCIDENT (2INCIDENT ORDER NUMBER : (3)DESCRIPTIVE LOCATION: (4)DATE/TIME PREPARED: (5)INCIDENT BASE PHONE # / CONTACT: # (6)OFFICE REFERENCE NUMBER: (7)JURISDICTION/AGENCY: (8)ORDERING OFFICE: 03/99 (9) RQST # (10) Ordered DATE/ TIME (11) FROM TO (12) Qty (13)RESOURCE REQUESTED (14) NEEDED Date/Time (15)Deliver To (16) TO FROM (17) TIME (18) AGENCY ID (19) RESOURCE ASSIGNED (20) ETD (ETA (21) DATE ETA (TO TIME ETA (22) ORDER RELAYED ORDER RELAYED ACTION TAKEN Req. # Date Time To / From Req. # Date Time To / From ACTION TAKEN (22) Signature
44 RESOURCE ORDER, HHS-259 RECEIVING THE ORDER The HHS/EOC may receive the orders from the MST or RCC organizations. The order may also originate from NDMS response Teams assigned in the field and received by the MST. ITEM NUMBER ITEM TITLE INSTRUCTIONS 1 Incident Name Input the incident name. 2 3 Incident Order Number Descriptive Location This is a number assigned by the host or receiving unit. It should be a two-letter state designator, incident identifier and up to a five digit incident number Enter the specific unit address. Equipment and supply orders require the delivery address and directions to the incident/billing address. 4 Date/Time Prepared Enter the date (mm/dd/yy) and time (24 hour time). 5 Incident Base/Phone Number/ Contact List the telephone number for the Incident Base and the name of the contact person. If no incident phone exists, the Administrative Unit phone number can be used. 6 Office Reference Number Input the cost coding data, office reference number, response number, etc. This will generally originate from the HHS/EOC. 7 Jurisdiction/ Agency Input the appropriate agency responsible for the incident. 8 Ordering Office This will generally be at the MST level but orders may originate from the EOC.
45 ITEM NUMBER ITEM TITLE INSTRUCTIONS A letter designating the kind of resource ordered must preface all request numbers. Each kind of request belongs on a separate order form. A Aircraft, including: Large air transport Light fixed-wing Helicopters Commercial air transport 9 10 (RQST #) Request Number Ordered Date/Time C Crews or Teams, including: DMAT NMRT-WMD DMORT VMAT O Overhead, including: Management Support Teams Miscellaneous personnel S Supplies, including: Expendable items Replacement cache items (non-expendable) E Equipment, major support items including: Portable toilets Contracted feeding or showers Medical supply caches. Rolling stock including trucks, sedans, or vans The ordering unit assigns request numbers. One request number per item (i.e., 4 Division/Group Supervisors would each have their own request number.) EXCEPT supply. Time the particular request item is ordered
46 ITEM NUMBER ITEM TITLE INSTRUCTIONS 11 From/To From whom you receive the request. 12 Quantity Resource Requested Needed Date/Time 15 Deliver To Ensure the resources are listed with the correct unit of issue (i.e. (kit)kt., (each)ea., (case)cs, etc.) Quantity is always one except for supplies. Determine the unit of issue in the cache lists. Anticipate the number of lines needed to identify the components of the request before entering the next request number. EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLY requests must start with the appropriate supply number followed by the appropriate description. TEAM ORDERS Must state the type and configuration, special requirements, meal needs, timeframes, transportation and/or unusual needs for the assignment. Date and time the resource is needed. It is not acceptable to use ASAP (as soon as possible). If it appears that the timeframe allowed is not adequate, the person taking the order must discuss this with the ordering unit and request additional time. Area to which the requested resource is to report. EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLY ORDERS refer to block #5 for delivery information. Equipment and supply orders also require in this column the method of delivery (via ground, air, mail, etc.) 16 Name Of Person Contact To Assign The Resource Place you initials in the upper half and the initials of the person receiving the order in the lower half 17 Time 18 Agency ID Enter the time (24 hour time) the recipient received the resource order. Enter the identification of the agency receiving the order for resources. 19 Resource Assigned Enter the specific resource assigned to meet the order, i.e., VMAT 01, DMORT ETD/ETA List the estimated time of departure of the resource to the incident. List the actual time of departure of the resource
47 ITEM NUMBER 21 ETA ITEM TITLE 22 Order Relayed INSTRUCTIONS incident. List the actual time of departure of the resource to the incident. List the date, ETA and arrival point of the resource being assigned to the incident. Show the request number, date, time and who received and made the resource order. 23 Signature Show the name of the person completing the form. When all items in Block #9 are released or reassigned to another Resource Order form or if all supplies have been shipped, the order is ready to close. The Logistics Section must review the order and ensure all necessary documentation is complete and the resources have been released
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