||The Logistics Section Web site was designed to be user friendly
and to provide assistance to any incident management personnel
for information related to Logistics functions and to provide
helpful hints.Specific information is contained within each
unit on this web site.
Covered under the
Logistics Section Chief area will be: Service Branch Director
and Support Branch Director. These positions are designed to expand
the organization when necessary or when span of control is to great.
Support Branch Director:
(when activated) is responsible for development and implementation
of logistics plans in support of the incident action plan.
The Support Branch Director supervises the operations of the
Ground Support, Facilities, and Supply units.
Service Branch Director:
(when activated) is responsible for the management of all
service activities at the incident. The Service Branch Director
supervises the operations of the Communication, Medical and
Logistics Units are:
This unit is responsible
for (1) transportation of personnel, supplies, food and equipment;
(2) fueling, service, maintenance, and repair of vehicles
and other ground support equipment; (3) support of out-or
service resources; and (4) developing and implementing Incident
This unit is responsible for developing plans for the effective
use of incident communications equipment, and facilities;
installing and testing of communications equipment; supervision
of the Incident Communications Center; distribution of communications
equipment to incident personnel; and the maintenance and repair
of communications equipment.
This unit is responsible for the layout and operation of incident
facilities (Base, Camp(s), and Incident Command Post). The
unit manages base and camp(s) operations. Each base/ camp
may be assigned a manager.
This unit is responsible for the development of the Medical
Emergency Plan, obtaining medical aid and transportation for
injured or ill incident personnel, and preparation of reports
is primarily responsible for ordering personnel, equipment
and supplies; receiving, and storing all supplies for the
incident; maintaining an inventory of supplies and servicing
non-expendable supplies and equipment..
The Food Unit is responsible for
determining the feeding requirements at all incident facilities.
Menu planning; cooking facilities requirements; food preparation;
serving; providing potable water, and general maintenance
of the food service areas are the responsibilities of this
Each of the above are unit leaders and have functional areas that
are listed within each category. Unit specifics are listed in each
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National Logistics Neighborhood
A forum for Logistics practitioners to share information and exchange
ideas. Incident Logistitions are encouraged to create there own
topic within this community.
To sign up and start exchanging Information click on the link below.
accounts for the National Logistics Neighborhood
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Work Rest & Length of Assignment Guidelines
NWCG Bilingual Requirements
MRE Safety Alert
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