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Personel that man SOC Units
« on: May 17, 2009, 10:36:56 AM »
I was just curious on how many people are assigned to man the SOC units. on a 10-60 I am amazed on the resources that can respond so quickly. SOC Compressor,Logistic's,MSUetc... was just curious on how the assignment worked on the "island". I know here in Middle Tennessee everything is crossed staffed and the company has to respond back to the barn to pick up the special piece,which can have a long ETA for that special piece. Thank you

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Personel that man SOC Units
« on: May 17, 2009, 10:36:56 AM »

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Re: Personel that man SOC Units
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2009, 03:07:59 PM »
8 engines
4 ladders
6 battalion chiefs
2 deputy chiefs
2 squads (one must be Squad 1 w/TRV)
tactical support unit
rescue battalion
Haz-Mat battalion
safety battalion
FAST unit
2 collapse task forces
2 SOC support ladders
SOC logistic support van
SOC compressor truck
1 satellite
1 RAC unit
mobile command center
air recon chief
1 EMS division chief
2 EMS division captains
1 Haz-Tac officer
4 BLS ambulances
1 logistic support unit
1 MERV
1 MRTU
1 EMS deputy chief
3 EMS conditions officer
2 ALS ambulances
1 OMA response physician

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Re: Personel that man SOC Units
« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2009, 04:29:11 PM »
8 engines
4 ladders
6 battalion chiefs
2 deputy chiefs
2 squads (one must be Squad 1 w/TRV)
tactical support unit
rescue battalion
Haz-Mat battalion
safety battalion
FAST unit
2 collapse task forces
2 SOC support ladders
SOC logistic support van
SOC compressor truck
1 satellite
1 RAC unit
mobile command center
air recon chief
1 EMS division chief
2 EMS division captains
1 Haz-Tac officer
4 BLS ambulances
1 logistic support unit
1 MERV
1 MRTU
1 EMS deputy chief
3 EMS conditions officer
2 ALS ambulances
1 OMA response physician
His asking about staffing levels not what you recive on a 10-60...

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Re: Personel that man SOC Units
« Reply #3 on: May 17, 2009, 07:23:15 PM »
ive seen tac,msu,rac,with 1 member responding to the scene,field comm i think has 2,haz tac is just the chief no aide,

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Re: Personel that man SOC Units
« Reply #4 on: May 20, 2009, 02:26:13 PM »
Staffing on an soc unit is 5 fire fighters and an officer on a rescue and squad company,7 fire fighters and an officer on haz-mat 1.The collapse rescues are staffed by 2 fire fighters from either the rescue or soc support truck that its quartered with.Other soc units like the tac,air compressor truck,ext respond with 1 or 2 soc fire fighters.
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Re: Personel that man SOC Units
« Reply #5 on: June 11, 2009, 08:16:15 AM »
2 squads (one must be Squad 1 w/TRV)
Squad 1 has the TRV which is cross staffed, just like the hazmat bread trucks.

tactical support unit
1 FF

2 collapse task forces
Either the Rescue or a Ladder company will drive it to the scene.

2 SOC support ladders
Cross Staffed by Ladder.  Can be staffed during major events like blackouts.

SOC logistic support van
Was Lightduty FF's (1or2?)

SOC compressor truck
Was Lightduty FF's (1or2?)

1 satellite
Cross Staffed by Engine

1 RAC unit
1 Lightduty FF

mobile command center
Cross Staffed by Engine, until Field Comm Members take over.

1 Haz-Tac officer
There are two Citywide, they have one EMS Lt each no aides.

1 logistic support unit
1 MERV
1 MRTU
Most are no staffed with one EMT.

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Re: Personel that man SOC Units
« Reply #6 on: June 11, 2009, 08:53:00 AM »
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