Safety Specialist

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Mission Statement

The goal of the FIRESCOPE Safety Specialist Group is to develop and promote optimal health, safety, and injury prevention programs for all incident personnel. The group’s mission is to review, analyze, develop, propose and maintain an “All Risk” Safety perspective of FIRESCOPE programs. This will include ICS documents, processes, training and operational needs consistent with appropriate statutes and standards.

Charter
The FIRESCOPE Safety Specialists Group Charter is available in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format, if you would like to view the charter Click Here.
Plan of Work
The FIRESCOPE Safety Specialists Group Plan of Work is available in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format, if you would like to view the Plan of Work Click Here.
Roster
The FIRESCOPE Safety Specialist Group Roster is available in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format, if you would like to view the Roster Click Here.
Meeting Information
The FIRESCOPE Safety Specialist Group conducts meetings several times a year, if you would like to view information regarding past or upcoming meetings Click Here.
Member Forum
The FIRESCOPE Safety Specialist Group has established an Internet based forum that resides on a third party web site, if you would like to visit the forum Click Here.
Document Downloads
ICS Forms

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Subject

File Type

ICS 208

Site Safety and Control Plan (3 page)

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ICS 215-AG

Incident Safety Analysis-Generic

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ICS 215-AW

Incident Safety Analysis-LCES Wildland

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Guides and Terminology

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Subject

File Type

ICS 701

Emergency Response to Tactical Law Enforcement Incidents

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ICS 910

Firefighter Incident Safety and Accountability Guidelines

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Fire Service Reflective Vests Guidance Documents
Subject
File Type
FHWA Traffic Operations Policy
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Reflective Vests FAQs
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Sample Reflective Vests Department Procedures
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How to Inspect the Reflective Vest
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Risk Assessment Management
Subject
File Type
Group Risk Management Card
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Risk Assessment Management Worksheet
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Risk Assessment Management Worksheet (Job Hazard Analysis)
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Risk Assessment Management Worksheet Instructions
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"3 Stripes You're Out"
Subject
File Type
"3 Stripes You're Out" (Procedures for the identification and management of life hazard zones)
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"3 Stripes You're Out" Map Icon
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"3 Stripes You're Out" Poster (Life Hazard Electrical)
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"3 Stripes You're Out" Poster (Life Hazard Poison)
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"3 Stripes You're Out" Poster (Life Hazard Snag)
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"Firefighter Health Hazard and Wellness"
Subject
File Type
Firefighter health hazards and wellness White Paper (FIRESCOPE Safety Specialist)
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Taking action against cancer in the fire service (FCSN)
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Cardiovascular & chemical exposure risks in modern firefighting (CDC)
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Physiological stress associated with structural firefighting (Indiana University)
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Preventing fire fighter fatalities due to heart attacks and other sudden cardiovascular events (CDC)
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Extremity cooling for heat stress mitigation in military and occupational settings (Univeristy of Nebraska ~ Lincoln)
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Rhabdomyolysis in wildland firefighters (CDC)
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Combustion products and their effect on life safety (NIST)
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Cooling hyperthermic firefighters by immersing forearms and hands in 10°C and 20°C water (ResearchGate.net)
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FireFighter exposure to smoke particulates (Underwriter Laboratories Report)
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Wildfire Fighter Smoke Exposure (USDA)
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Emergency Incident Rehabilitation (FEMA)
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