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Crew Representative, CREP
Provides for the safety and welfare of assigned personnel during the entire period of supervision.
Gathers information about assigned resources and brief assigned crew supervisors.
Represents agency in absence of IARR in agency specific decisions.
Informs Command and General Staff of crew capabilities.
Requests additional Crew Representative if assigned crews are separated by location or operational period and Crew Representative needs cannot be met.
According to agency policy and type of crew, will perform the duties and responsibilities of crew supervisor as needed.
Coordinates the completion of accident and injury forms and other claims.
Coordinates the rest and recuperation (R&R) needs for the crews.
Coordinates timekeeping and payroll needs.
Resolves problems, conflicts, and complaints identified by assigned resources and/or incident command.
In absence of IARR, contacts home agency within 12 hours after arriving at incident and informs of situation, status, personnel problems, and location.
Serves as liaison or advisor between crews and Strike Team/Task Force Leader.
Evaluates crews and crew supervisor’s performance and safety practices during tactical operations and review crew supervisors on a daily basis.
Confirms demobilization instructions and notify ISRR.
Contacts home agency with status of travel schedule.
Ensures all paperwork and documentation is completed before disassembly of crews.
Position Knowledge and/or Requirements
Qualified Single Resource Boss, Crew
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely.
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