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Mann Gulch Staff Ride


Incident Action Plan

June 13, 2008





INCIDENT OBJECTIVES

1. Incident Name

Mann Gulch Staff Ride



2. Date

6/13/08


3. Time

     


Operational Period

6/13/08





General Objectives for the Incident

To study about the events of August 5, 1949, at Mann Gulch

To pay respect to those who experienced the Mann Gulch fire, and to be open to the lessons they can provide us

To provide a case study for human factors on the fire line

To further the development of decision making and leadership skills

To stimulate thought and conversation about the way we fight fire today, the decisions we, make and why

To provide team building opportunities for all involved











Current Organization








6. Prepared by (Name and Position)

Morgan Pence







DIVISION ASSIGNMENT LIST

1. Branch

     


2. Division/Group

A

3. Incident Name

Mann Gulch Staff Ride



4. Operational Period

Date: 6/13/08 Time:      



5. Operations Personnel

Operations Chief

Giselle Koehn

Division/Group Supervisor

Div. A Funk and Zohner


Branch Director

     

Air Attack Supervisor No.

     

6. Resources Assigned this Period

Mann Gulch Personality


Position

Division A

Bennett, Robert J.


Smokejumper

ZOHNER

Diettert, Eldon E.

Smokejumper

Stevens

Harrison, James O.

Smoke Chaser

Rajala

Hellman, William J.


Smokejumper Squadleader

Hahn

McVey, Phillip R.

Smokejumper

Domitrovich

Navon, David R.

Smokejumper

Knott

Piper, Leonard L.

Smokejumper

Tresidder

Reba, Stanley J.

Smokejumper

Beyl

Sherman, Marvin L.

Smokejumper

Gardner

Sylvia, Joseph B.

Smokejumper

Sheehan, Thomas

Thol, Henry J. Jr.

Smokejumper

Peeler

Thompson, Newton R.

Smokejumper

McCarville

Thompson, Silas R. Jr.

Smokejumper

Geringer

Rumsey, Walter

Smokejumper

Tuss

Sallee, Robert

Smokejumper

Normand

Dodge, Wagner

Jumper in Charge

Koehn, Elliot

Cooley, Earl


Spotter

FUNK, Anderson

Jansson, Robert

Helena NF

District Ranger



Koci, Lloyd







UNDERWOOD/KOEHN



7. Operations

Discuss the historical events of August 5, 1949 in Mann Gulch

Discuss the Background of the individuals who were at Mann Gulch in 1949

Stop at each stand in Mann Gulch

Conduct Tactical decision Making games as appropriate


8. Special Instructions

Facilitate open discussion about human factors, lessons learned, and applications to our jobs today



Prepared by (Resource Unit Leader)

Morgan Pence



Approved by (Planning Section Chief)

Morgan Pence



Date

6/12/08


Time

     


DIVISION ASSIGNMENT LIST

1. Branch

     


2. Division/Group

B

3. Incident Name

Mann Gulch Staff Ride



4. Operational Period

Date: 6/13/08 Time:      



5. Operations Personnel

Operations Chief

Giselle Koehn

Division/Group Supervisor

Div. B Gauss and Willhite

Branch Director

     

Air Attack Supervisor No.

     

6. Resources Assigned this Period

Mann Gulch Personality


Position

Division B

Bennett, Robert J.


Smokejumper

Kolb

Diettert, Eldon E.

Smokejumper

WILLHITE

Harrison, James O.

Smoke Chaser

Perkins

Hellman, William J.


Smokejumper Squadleader

Villanueva, Mainar

McVey, Phillip R.

Smokejumper

Godboldt

Navon, David R.

Smokejumper

Berke

Piper, Leonard L.

Smokejumper

Moraga

Reba, Stanley J.

Smokejumper

Harvieux

Sherman, Marvin L.

Smokejumper

Spencer

Sylvia, Joseph B.

Smokejumper

Young

Thol, Henry J. Jr.

Smokejumper

McKainnie

Thompson, Newton R.

Smokejumper

LaPlant

Thompson, Silas R. Jr.

Smokejumper

GAUSS

Rumsey, Walter

Smokejumper

Bucks (MD), Polutnik

Sallee, Robert

Smokejumper

Kuhn, Frazier

Dodge, Wagner

Jumper in Charge

Pattison

Cooley, Earl


Spotter

Schroeder

Jansson, Robert

Helena NF

District Ranger



Lawson







PENCE/HARVIEUX



7. Operations

Discuss the historical events of August 5, 1949 in Mann Gulch

Discuss the Background of the individuals who were at Mann Gulch in 1949

Stop at each stand in Mann Gulch

Conduct Tactical decision Making games as appropriate


8. Special Instructions

Facilitate open discussion about human factors, lessons learned, and applications to our jobs today



Prepared by (Resource Unit Leader)

Morgan Pence



Approved by (Planning Section Chief)

Morgan Pence



Date

6/12/08


Time

     





Weather Forecast for Period


Discussion:
Friday: Partly sunny, with a high near 70. Breezy, with a west wind 8 to 11 mph increasing to between 19 and 22 mph. Winds could gust as high as 31 mph.

Friday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 45. West wind 18 to 21 mph decreasing to between 7 and 10 mph. Winds could gust as high as 29 mph.
FRIDAY...

SKY/WEATHER.........PARTLY SUNNY.

MAX TEMPERATURE.....59-69.

24 HR TREND......14 DEGREES UP.

MIN HUMIDITY........31-41 PERCENT.

24 HR TREND......20 PERCENT DOWN.

WIND (20 FT).

LOWER ELEVATION..WINDY. SOUTHWEST WINDS UP TO 10 MPH INCREASING

TO WEST 15 TO 25 MPH IN THE AFTERNOON.

RIDGES...........WINDY. WEST WINDS 5 TO 15 MPH INCREASING TO 20

TO 30 MPH IN THE AFTERNOON.

LAL.................1.

CWR.................0 PERCENT.

HIGH LEVEL HAINES...2 VERY LOW.

.FORECAST DAYS 3 THROUGH 7......

.SATURDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOWS IN THE LOWER 40S. HIGHS IN THE

UPPER 60S. SOUTHWEST WINDS AROUND 10 MPH.

.SUNDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOWS IN THE UPPER 30S. HIGHS IN THE

UPPER 60S. NORTHWEST WINDS AROUND 5 MPH.

.MONDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOWS IN THE LOWER 40S. HIGHS AROUND 70.

EAST WINDS AROUND 5 MPH.

.TUESDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOWS IN THE UPPER 40S. HIGHS IN THE

LOWER 70S.

.WEDNESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY. LOWS IN THE MID 40S. HIGHS IN THE

LOWER 70S.








7. General Safety Message

Objective: Provide staff ride participant safety through identifying risks and their appropriate mitigations.


To successfully achieve our safety objectives each participant must be actively engaged in the mission and safe practices.
Vehicle travel will be on freeways to boat launch. Drivers will obey all driving regulations and adjust speed and caution as the situation warrants. Passengers will remain heads-up, assisting in situational awareness.
Field hiking will require each person to monitor and regulate their pace, footing and hydration. Mission objectives should not force anyone into a situation that puts them in harms way.
The boat shuttle will be provided by a professional company and staff ride participants will have a personal flotation device under there seats. Follow the instructions of the boat crew.
Drivers will account for their passengers. If you choose to change rigs, communicate this with both drivers.
Monitor the weather and dress, drive and hike appropriately.
Review the following Job Hazard Analysis for identification of risks, mitigations and proper protection equipment.
Please keep your head in the game and make this an accident, injury and close-call free Staff Ride.

Quote’s of the day

A Group or Team ability to function effectively in a time of crisis…

Depends greatly of what was done prior to the crisis taking place.



  • Unexpected fire behavior

  • Unexpected consequences

= Managing the Unexpected
Seek responsibility and accept responsibility for your actions








8. Attachments (mark if attached)









Organization List - ICS 203



Medical Plan - ICS 206



(0ther)      






Div. Assignment Lists - ICS 204



Incident Map



     






Communications Plan - ICS 205



Traffic Plan



     

9. Prepared by (Planning Section Chief)

Morgan Pence



10. Approved by (Incident Commander)

Bill Miller










MEDICAL PLAN

  1. Incident Name

Mann Gulch Staff Ride (Helena Area)

  1. Date Prepared

June 13, 2008

  1. Time Prepared

June 11, 2008

  1. Operational Period

June 13, 2008




5. Incident Medical Aid Station




Medical Aid Stations

Location

Paramedics
Yes No




     

     

   

   




6. Transportation




A. Ambulance Services




Name

Address

Phone

Paramedics
Yes No




St. Peter’s Ambulance Service

Helena, Montana

911 or (406) 442-7883

X

   




Mercy Flight

Great Falls, Montana

(800) 972-4000

X

   




Life Flight

Missoula, Montana

(800) 991-7363

X

   




Care Flight

Missoula, Montana

(888) 487-8635

X

   




St. Vincent Air Ambulance

Billings, Montana

(800) 538-4357

X

   




B. Incident Ambulances




Name

Location

Paramedics
Yes No




 Same as above (see below for helispot locations)    

     

   

   




7. Hospitals




Name

Address

Travel Time
Air Ground

Phone

Helipad
Yes No

Burn Center
Yes No

St. Peters Hospital

Helena, Montana

---

Min


---

Hr


(406) 442-2480




X

**





X

St. Patricks Hospital

Missoula, Montana

46 52.51N X 114 00.01W



40 min

2.0

hr


(406) 543-7271

X







X

 Benefis    

Great Falls Montana

47 29.75N X 111 15.13W



30 min

2.0

hr


(406) 455-5000

X







X

University Medical Center

Salt Lake City, Utah

40 46.34N X 111 50.24W



90

min


hr

(801) 581-2121

X




X




Sacred Heart Medical Center

Spokane Washington

47 38.89N X 117 24.81W



90+

min


hr

(509) 455-3131

X




X




8. Medical Emergency Procedures




** St. Peters Hospital Helipad will be out of service until March of 2008. Helicopter transports to Helena will need to be flown to the Helena Regional Airport and transferred by ground Ambulance.

Emergency Room Physician Bucks (Division B) and EMT Funk (Division A) will be on scene




Prepared by (Medical Unit Leader)

Judy Dunnam, Center Manager HIDC



10. Reviewed by (Safety Officer)

Angela Harvieux









INCIDENT RADIO COMMUNICATIONS PLAN

1. Incident Name

Mann Gulch Staff Ride



2. Date/Time Prepared

06.13.08


3. Operational Period Date/Time

     06.13.08



4. Basic Radio Channel Utilization

Radio Type/Cache

Channel

Function

Frequency/Tone

Assignment

Remarks

King

NIFC


1


Cadre

RX/TX 168.050

Division A

To be used by cadre only on Division A

King

NIFC


2


Cadre

RX/TX 168.200

Division B

To be used by cadre only on Division B

King

NIFC


  3   


Command

RX/TX 166.225

All Divisions

Use to contact Helena Dispatch Direct

King

NIFC


  4    


Command Rpt Hogback

RX166.225 TX164.150 tone103.5

All Divisions

Use to contact Helena Dispatch Direct

King

NIFC


5


Command Rpt DNRC Rogers

RX151.265 TX159.405 tone192.8

All Divisions

Use to contact Helena Dispatch Direct

King

NIFC


6


Air/Ground

RX/TX 151.220

All Divisions

Use for Air to Ground purposes

King

NIFC


15


Air Guard

RX/TX 168.6250

Tone 110.9



All Divisions

All Emergencies

5. Prepared by (Communications Unit)

Justin Underwood





Mann Gulch Staff Ride IAP Page



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