(Use a current call-up list or tree here)
The primary and alternate frequencies will almost always remain the same. If there is a change everyone will be notified. The use of repeaters will have to be cleared with the owner(s), trustee(s) or control operators(s) ahead of time. This will need to be reconfirmed immediately before use by the Unit Leader or the alternate.
As require by requesting organization. Normal frequencies may be found in the EMCOMM units organizational Directory.
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- Were you given the correct resource orders/mission/incident number(s)?
- Were you told how much time you would have to respond?
- Were you told which Agency you would be working for?
- Were you informed of the incident type?
- Were you told which location or site to respond to?
- Were you given accurate directions your assignment?
- Were you told the correct location of your assignment?
- Were you told how much of your time would be required?
- Where you told what time your shift began?
- Were you told how long you shift length was?
- Were you informed as to what equipment was required for your assignment?
- Were you informed as to the type of terrain involved for your assignment? Propagation considerations, hills, valleys, higher power, high gain and/or directional antennas etc...)
- Were you informed that your site required more than one radio or mode of operation such as HF, VHF, UHF, voice, packet and AMTOR so that you could prepare for possible interference?
- Were you informed of the type of power (AC or DC) available?
- Were you informed that you would have to furnish or to be prepared with some type of emergency or back-up power and for how long?
- Were you provided with the proper message formats?
- Were you informed of the precedences of traffic to be handled?
- Were you informed of the type of traffic you would be handling?
- Were you informed of the net operating procedures you would be following.
- Were you kept informed as to the status of overall incident operations?
(none here.. add your own)
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