Plans

Task Force Planning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plans Team Manager

The Task Force Plans Manager is responsible for managing and coordinating the planning aspects of the task force during incident operations. The Task Force Plans Manager reports directly to the Task Force Leader.

The Plans Manager is responsible for:

  • Managing the planning process
  • Collecting, assimilating, analyzing, and processing information needed for making effective decisions.
  • Development and distributing the Task Force Tactical Worksheets
  • Developing and issuing task force reports to include but not limited to: event logs, situation reports, briefing reports, chronological event logs, and weather reports.
  • Facilitating task force planning meetings and briefings
  • Developing resources requirements based on mission requirements and duration.
  • Advising and assisting the Task Force Leader in evaluating the situation, setting goals and objectives.
  • Developing an archive system for all task force documentation
  • Coordinating the development of the after-action reporting process
  • Developing demobilization plans.
  • Maintaining and collecting all daily records for forwarding to appropriate locations to include: The Task Force Action Plan, chronological log, equipment damage and loss report, and unit activity log.
  • Adhering to all safety procedures
  • Accountability, maintenance, and minor repairs for all issued equipment
  • Performing additional tasks or duties as assigned during a mission.

Plans Team Managers
Kevin Fetterman, Plans Manager – kevinfetterman@ocfa.org
Dustin Grinstead, Plans Manager – dustingrinstead@ocfa.org


Technical Information Specialist

The Technical Information Specialist is responsible for documenting, tracking, and retrieving all pertinent information for the task force during incident operations. The Technical Information Specialist reports directly to the Plans Manager.

The Technical Information Specialist is responsible for:

  • Gathering requested information from all available sources and forward to the Plans Manager for incorporation in the planning function.
  • Documenting (written, audio, and visual mediums) the activities of the US&R task force during an assigned mission for onsite and post-incident analysis, historic documentation and post-event critiques, lessons learned, and training
  • Tracking all pertinent task force personnel information, work schedules, and equipment inventory status.
  • Adhering to all safety procedures
  • Accountability, maintenance, and minor repairs for all issued equipment
  • Performing additional tasks or duties as assigned during a mission
  • Preparing all audio and visual references materials necessary during the mission

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Structures Specialist

The Structures Specialist is responsible for performing the various structural assessments for the task force during incident operations. The Structures Specialist reports directly to the Logistics Manager.

The Structures Specialist is responsible for:

  • Assessing the immediate structural condition of the affected area of task force operations, which includes identifying structure types and specific damage and structural hazards
  • Recommending the appropriate type and amount of structural hazard mitigation in order to minimize risks on site to task force personnel
  • Adhering to all safety procedures
  • Cooperating with and assisting other search and rescue resources.
  • Accountability, maintenance, and minor repairs for all issued equipment
  • Performing additional tasks or duties as assigned during a mission.
  • Monitoring assigned structure for condition changes while rescue and recovery operations are proceeding
  • Assuming an active role in implementing approved structural hazard mitigation as a designer, inspector, and possibly a supervisor
  • Coordinating and communicating the structural related hazard mitigation with the Rescue Team Manager

Structures Specialists
Bruce Newell – brucenewell@ocfa.org

CA Task Force 5

We hope that your visit to the CA TF-5 website is enjoyable and informative. You will find interesting information on the FEMA US&R Program, CA TF-5 specifics, and links to our Partner Agencies. If you are a CA TF-5 member, you will have access to information on valuable training opportunities and Task Force activities.

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