RT-130, Wildland Fire Safety Training Annual Refresher (WFSTAR)
Core Component(s): Local Topics;
Fire and Aviation Operational Safety;
Human Factors, Communication and Decision Making
Estimated Delivery Time: 15:00; Video Length: 2:26
Introduction to or review of the six steps to installation operations and how these operating conditions may be different from those found in a traditional wildland firefighting environment.
- Review the video and module tools.
- Consider additional activities and discussion questions pertaining to the installation and agency.
- The suggested activity includes reviewing the Military Installation In-Briefing Pocket Card and incorporating it into the discussion.
Facilitating the Discussion
- Show the video.
- Distribute the Military Installation In-Briefing Pocket Card (if using).
- Facilitate a small or large group discussion using the following discussion questions.
- What is the primary mission of fire management on military installations? How is this different from the mission of land management agencies?
- Which of the six steps to installation operations is/are most unfamiliar to you? What are some questions you could ask during a briefing to increase your knowledge about this topic?
- How are maps used differently on installation?
- Explain what “don’t kick it, don’t pick it up, don’t take it home, don’t put it in your pocket” refers to and why it is important.
- How is communication different on military installations?
- How is social media used differently on military installations?
- Review the Military Installation In-Briefing Pocket Card (if using).
- Document: Military Installation In-Briefing Pocket Card
- Publication: Incident Response Pocket Guide (IRPG), PMS 461, Unexploded Ordnance Safety
Additional Video Information
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