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Base Camp Manager
Base Camp Manager, BCMG
Develops safe traffic/personnel flow patterns.
Plan for contingencies such as wet weather, equipment breakdown, unanticipated fire behavior and inversions.
Establishes priorities and schedules for daily maintenance and service of incident facility installation. Eg. Toilets, trash pickup, generators, dust abatement, bulletin boards, office space, etc.
Provides daily inspections of all facilities and make improvements for safety and health code compliance and violation.
Coordinates with local unit on policy regarding recycling of appropriate materials.
Obtains a briefing from supervisor, Facilities Unit Leader.
Provides for the safety and welfare of assigned personnel to the incident.
Establishes and maintain positive internal and external interpersonal working relationships.
Upon arrival, determines immediate needs and actions necessary for camp (base or spike) facilities set up.
Communicates with Facilities Unit, crew, and other incident personnel.
Ensures that all facilities and equipment are set up and functioning properly.
Determines and establishes special requirements or restrictions on facilities
Supervises set up of sleeping, shower, and sanitation facilities.
Supervises camp crew, and trade specialists.
Ensures compliance with applicable safety regulations.
Ensures paperwork (shift tickets and time reports) are complete, accurate and timely.
Provides operation and maintenance of camp facilities.
Rehabs camp site to standards set by agency administrator.
Position Knowledge and/or Requirements:
Basic knowledge in electricity, small engine maintenance, sanitation, and carpentry.
Successful position performance as a BCMG.
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