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Introduction to the Joint Doctrine

…a multi-agency working environment. Following JESIP will achieve the degree of interoperability that is essential to a successful joint response. Whilst JESIP was initiated to ensure management of major incidents improved, the Joint Doctrine is scalable and the principles and models are equally relevant to day-to-day joint operations. While aimed at…

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Download the Joint Doctrine

…how they should do it in a multi-agency working environment. Following JESIP will achieve the degree of interoperability that is essential to a successful joint response. Whilst JESIP was initiated to ensure management of major incidents improved, the Joint Doctrine is scalable and the principles and models are equally relevant to…

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Joint Doctrine Guide Edition 3. Document format: PDF

M/ETHANE ID badge stickers

M/ETHANE stickers – perfect for ID/access card or to keep this important message close by. The first resource on scene of an incident should use the mnemonic M/ETHANE to send a message to their control room. You are free to get this sticker printed yourselves, whether in-house or externally. Alternatively…

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M/ETHANE Sticker. Document format: AI

M/ETHANE Sticker. Document format: EPS

M/ETHANE Sticker. Document format: JPG

M/ETHANE Sticker. Document format: PDF

M/ETHANE Sticker. Document format: PNG

Early stages of an incident & M/Ethane

…sites, or an incident that initially appears to be a number of separate incidents, emergency service control rooms are best placed to recognise that a ‘multi-agency’ incident or ‘major incident’ may be in progress. In other cases, first responders may recognise the nature of an incident and the need for…

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M/ETHANE

…a Major Incident – yes or no? Decide whether the situation should be declared a major incident. It may be a Major Incident for your service but not others. If no, continue complete an “ETHANE” message but regularly review the situation in case the incident escalates and becomes a Major

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Definitions

…a lead responder.The severity of the consequences associated with a major incident are likely to constrain or complicate the ability of responders to resource and manage the incident, although a major incident is unlikely to affect all responders equally.The decision to declare a major incident will always be a judgement…

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Working with military

…the incident escalate to involve other fire and rescue services and responders, DFRMO incident command policy presents a building block approach for a robust incident management process. DFRMO policy is that the fire officer from the primary authority takes charge of the incident. If the incident takes place at a…

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