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Search Manager

The Search Manager is responsible for managing and supervising the search function of the task force during incident operations. The Search Manager reports directly to the Task Force Leader.

The Search Manager is responsible for:

  • Developing and implementing the search component of the Task Force Action Plan.
  • Coordinating, managing, and supervising all search and reconnaissance activities.
  • Supervising the Canine Search Specialists and Technical Search Specialists.
  • Adhering to all safety procedures.
  • Determining search organizational and logistical needs.
  • Receiving briefings and situation reports and ensuring that all search personnel are kept informed of mission objectives and status changes.
  • Providing situation updates and maintaining records and reports.
  • Accountability, maintenance, and minor repairs for all issued equipment
  • Performing additional tasks or duties as assigned during a mission.

Search Manager
Brian Roberts – brianroberts@ocfa.org


Technical Search Specialist

The Technical Search Specialist is responsible for performing the search function of the task force incident operation. The Technical Search Specialist reports directly to the Search Manager.

The Technical Search Specialist is responsible for:

  • Searching structures in US&R environments or other locations indicated in the mission assignment using appropriate technical search equipment and techniques.
  • Documenting locations of alerts and, if possible, triaging the status of victims for rescue.
  • 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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Canine Search Specialist

The Canine Search Specialist is responsible for performing the search function of the Task Force Team incident operation. The Canine Search Specialist reports directly to the Search Manager.

The Canine Search Specialist is responsible for:

  • Searching structures in US&R environments or other locations indicated in the mission assignment using appropriate canine search equipment and techniques.
  • Documenting locations of alerts and, if possible, triaging the status of victims for rescue.
  • 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.

Canine Search
Davis Doty – davisdoty@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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