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Agency Representative, AREP
Ensure that all agency resources are properly checked-in at the incident.
Obtain briefing from the Liaison Officer or Incident Commander.
Inform assisting or cooperating agency personnel on the incident that the Agency Representative position for that agency has been filled.
Attend briefings and planning meetings as required.
Provide input on the use of agency resources unless resource technical specialists are assigned from the agency.
Cooperate fully with the Incident Commander and the General Staff on agency involvement at the incident.
Ensure the well-being of agency personnel assigned to the incident.
Report to home agency dispatch or headquarters on a prearranged schedule.
Ensure that all agency personnel and equipment are properly accounted for and released prior to departure.
Ensure that all required agency forms, reports and documents are complete prior to departure.
Have a debriefing session with the Liaison Officer or Incident Commander prior to departure.
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