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Safety Officer Type 2
Safety Officer Type 2, SOF2
Participates in planning meetings.
Prepares and presents safety briefings.
Identifies hazardous situations associated with the incident. Identifies those risks or hazards with the highest potential for serious accident or injury.
Ensures the safety, welfare, and accountability of assigned personnel during the entire duration of the incident (air and ground).
Reviews the Incident Action Plan for safety implications.
Exercises emergency authority to stop and prevent unsafe acts.
Investigates accidents that have occurred within the incident area.
Assigns assistants as needed.
Reviews and approves the medical plan.
Interacts and coordinates with all command and general staff.
Develops a safety action plan.
Develops an “incident within an incident” response plan.
Develops ICS Form 215A, Incident Safety Analysis, and planning matrix.
Prepares narrative or special reports.
Requests assistance from health departments when necessary with food and sanitation.
Maintains unit log.
Position Knowledge and/or Requirements
Command and General Staff (S-420)
Satisfactory performance as a DIVS
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