RT-130, Wildland Fire Safety Training Annual Refresher (WFSTAR)

Communication Tools

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Learn the five communication responsibilities of every firefighter that create clear and effective communications, and the various tools used to convey them.
Category: Leadership
Core Component(s): Other Hazards & Safety Issues
Estimated Delivery Time: 30 minutes; Video Length: 9:48

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    Five communication responsibilities:

    1. Briefing others
    2. Communicating hazards
    3. Acknowledging messages
    4. Asking if you don't know
    5. Debriefing your actions

    Resources

    WFSTAR guides are currently being updated and will be added to each module page as they are completed.  In the interim, please use the following guide for this module.  This guide is not completely Section 508 compliant.  If you need an accessible version, please contact Travis Touchette at ttouchet@blm.gov.

     

     

     

     

    Page Last Modified / Reviewed: 
    2019-04-09

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