Page 9- These are my City of Prescott Public Records Requests- (descending order)(Jeff Archer)B
Author- Joy A. Collura
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0060_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - FirstRecipient_Fletcher - Subject_IAP GMIHC Memorial Events June 2014 - 06-26-2014 - 0060_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - FirstRecipient_Fletcher - Subject_IAP GMIHC Memorial Events June 2014 - 06-26-2014:
0061_Sender_Light,Dennis - firstname.lastname@example.org Tuesday Presentation - 03-15-2016 - Fire Services Discussion on Models - Final Revision 311 2016.pptx.pdf:
Fire Services Discussion on Models - Final Revision is 32 pages and I will just name the topics since it has nothing to do with YHF / GMHS.
Fire Services Discussion on Models - Final Revision - March 15, 2016
- Fire Dept. Historical Perspective - 1960's - current. Fire Service Revolution. System Reliability within City of Prescott.
0062_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie email@example.com FW_ Staff Meeting Agenda - 11-09-2015 - Planning Meeting Agenda 11-10-2015 Revised.pdf:
PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 11/10/15, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) Purge electronic files 2) EMS QA/QI 3) Budget Planning 4) Group Homes Discussion 5) Employee Recognition SOG 6) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items.
0063_Sender_Archer,Jeffrey - FirstRecipient_Moore - Subject_Wildland Quals - 01-15-2018 - qualification flowchart.pdf (seen this exact one twice already)
0064_Sender_Archer,Jeffrey -firstname.lastname@example.org FW_ CFRA and Amendment - 03-23-2015 - 1206 fire line medic policy.pdf - FIRELINE PARAMEDICINE.pdf - Inventory.xlsx.dat - Prescott FD 2014 - 2016.pdf:
1206.4 Fireline Paramedics The Prescott Fire Department has an agreement with the Prescott National Forest to provide ACLS capable personnel and equipment as an immediate need on wildland fires within PNF jurisdiction. The intent of the fireline medic program is to provide a resource available within the Prescott area. Fireline medics will not be dispatched outside of the Prescott area. Minimum Requirements 2 Redcarded personnel One of which must be a paramedic Both must meet tier 1 or 2 physical test requirements. Transportation Polaris Ranger 6x6, department pickup, wildland Polaris Ranger, or a rental vehicle may be used. EMS Equipment BLS & ALS packs stored on Battalion 1 apparatus Rubbermaid tote stored in upstairs closet at Station 71 Prescott Basin Mobilization Procedure 1. Forest Service IC will order medics through THEIR dispatch. 2. Forest Service Dispatch will contact PRCC to fill the order. 3. PRCC will consult their T-card System on the wall just as they would for an engine assignment. 4. If Prescott Fire Department is up on the rotation, PRCC will contact Battalion 1. 5. Battalion 1 will fill the order with on-duty personnel and page out for backfill. 6. If the incident goes longer than the end of your normal shift, the medic team must notify B-1 and he will coordinate relief for the team. Administration Resource orders must meet the following criteria. o An “E” number for: 1 ALS KIT o Another “E” number for: 1 BLS KIT o An “O” number for the Paramedic o An “O” number for the other person CTR's must be filled out for the personnel. A Shift Ticket must be filled out for each “E” number. Patient Care Providing patient care in the wildland fire environment yields itself to a whole new set of challenges apart from the types of emergency calls we encounter on a daily basis. All patient care will follow PFD, YRMC, and State DHS guidelines and policies for EMS care providers. YRMC will be the base hospital and the source for online medical direction. All equipment restock will follow same protocol as normal daily operations. Eg… IV equipment & drugs will be restocked at YRMC, soft supplies & C-Spine will be restocked in house. All fireline medic equipment will be rehabbed and put back into service prior to personnel leaving the station. All paperwork must be submitted to the secretary responsible for wildland billing.
Backcountry, TRT, & Special Events • Packs will be stored on BC Rig. • Can be used for any type of emergency call or special event. Fireline Medics • This program is at the request of the PNF to provide rapid ACLS treatment for their personnel on scene of their fires. • ANYONE who is tier 1 or 2 on the floor could be utilized as we are all redcarded. • 2 people will respond (at least one will be a Medic). • One of the UTVs or a PFD pick-up may be used. Business • CTR's must be filled out for the personnel. • Shift Tickets must be filled out for the EMS equipment & the vehicle you take. • WE WILL NOT GET PAID IF RESOURCE ORDER DOES NOT MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA: – 1 ALS KIT, 1 Operator, 1 Vehicle – 1 BLS KIT, 1 Operator, 1 Vehicle. Mobilization 1. Forest Service IC determines if incident is expected to take more than a few hours. If so, they will order medics through THEIR dispatch. 2. Forest Service Dispatch will contact PRCC to fill the order. 3. PRCC will consult their T-card System on the wall just as they would for an engine assignment. 4. If Prescott Fire Department is up on the rotation, PRCC will contact Battalion 1. 5. Battalion 1 will fill the order with on-duty personnel or fill based on the wildland signup list. 6. If the incident goes longer than the end of your normal shift, the medic team must notify B-1 and he will coordinate relief for the team. Equipment Restock • Our contract is a “wet contract”, meaning we are responsible for all disposable items. • All medications will follow same procedure for restock @YRMC. • All other EMS supplies will be restocked in house. • Upon return from fire, EMS Standby, or TRT call, inventory will be taken and equipment will be restocked. • Any equipment needs that cannot be met, forward to SARGE & ARCHER.The “Dutch Creek” Incident • Fatality Incident • Changed many medical standards for wildland incidents. • Dictated the addition of pages 108 & 109 in the new IRPG. • Click HERE for Dutch Creek Video.
Basics Of “Dirt Medicine” • Move with the crews throughout the shift. • Remember the resources you have at your disposal. Be SPECIFIC with your resource requests. – Order a ground ambulance immediately and consider launching a helicopter. – DPS Ranger Helicopter for Patients needing short haul or technical rescue capabilities. – Medical helicopters with night vision capabilities. Basics Of “Dirt Medicine” • Limited resources & tools, get creative. • Constantly play out “what if” scenarios in your head. Plan for the worst. • Keep in mind how you’re going to get the patient out if something happens. • The gear is heavy! Move slow, watch your footing, and stay hydrated. Our Equipment • 2 Packs – No PEDIATRIC GEAR – Limited Drugs – Enough Equipment to handle one critical patient (trauma, cardiac, respiratory, heat injury, seizure, diabetic). • Overstock Box – Clip Board with PCR’s and all necessary paperwork. – Extra equipment including excess drugs (dopamine, thiamine, oxytocin, etc…) • See inventory sheet for complete list of equipment. New Gear • ZOLL Defibrillator W/Lead II capability • If you want AED mode (for a code) plug in defib pads before turning on. • If you want Monitor mode (asses rhythm) plug 3 lead cable in before turning on. • Israeli Combat Dressing • C-A-T Tourniquet • Collapsible Traction Splint.
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