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Berks CountyDepartment of EmergencyServices

New Fire & EMSRun Card FormTraining

New Run Card FormatIs a Combined Form covering bothFire & EMS. Single Run Card Form Submission. Single Combined Run Card Number. Coordination on combined responses.

Changes from originalFire Run Card FormStructure Fire With Entrapmentadded. More Rescue Type IncidentCategories added. Added a Section to List the PublicUtilities that cover the area. EMS Order Due Page now part of theform.

Single Run Card NumberCombination of Municipality number, FireCompany number, EMS Company number and anIdentifying number.

Run Card RequirementsThe first due is the Home “Company”or a Unit of the Home Company The use of “Company” will be for thedepartment that is first due only Anything dispatched beyond first dueCompany/Unit will be Unit Based.

Run Card Requirements Continued Structure Fire goes to 7th Alarm and all 7Alarms are required.Brush Fire goes to 7th Alarm and all 7alarms are required.All other incident types can go to 4th Alarmand minimum of 2nd alarm is required.When a Company is first due, thecompany should establish their secondalarm to cover the first due company; thiswould be in the event that the first duecompany fails to respond

Structure FireAdded a 1st and 2nd Alarm Level for aStructure Fire with Entrapment. Contains Columns for Standbys andRelocates. The Type and Quantity of EMS unitsmust be filled out. (2BLS, 1ALS)

Structure Fire Section

Structure Fire with EntrapmentNotes1st Alarm requires a minimum of1ALS for an EMS unit.nd Alarm is included in case the 1st A 2Alarm is increased and it requireschanges at the 2nd Alarm Level.rd Alarm goes to the normal 3Structure Fire 3rd Alarm.

RIT InformationRIT is Unit Based. List the Unit followed by “RIT” whenused on Pages 1 through 3. This easily identifies the unit is beingdispatched for RIT and not for it’snormal function. Example: ‘R7RIT’

Note RIT Units on Form

Brush Fire

Accident/MVA

Accident/MVA NotesMinimum Required for UnknownInjuries: 1BLS Minimum Required for With Injuriesor Entrapment: 1ALS

Other Incidents – Page 2

Other Incidents – Page 3

Apparatus Next Due Order ListThe Number in Parentheses is theMinimum number required to belisted for that Unit Type. The Letters in the Brackets are theAbbreviation of the Unit Type.

Minimum Required Next Due UnitsEngine – 25 Aerial – 10 Brush – 25 Tanker – 25 or TTF Rescue – 10 RIT – 5 Canteen – 1

Minimum Required Next Due UnitsSpill – 5 Foam – 2 Marine – 5 ATV – 5 Rehab – 1 Hazmat – 1

Apparatus Next Due Order List

RIT ApparatusRIT is Unit Based Actual Unit is listed in RIT Order DueList. Use Berks County Fire Apparatus ListUpdate Form to Indicate your RITApparatus. This form is located on our Web SiteRun Card Web Page.

RIT Apparatus Indication

Why does the Notes fieldstate Temporary Notes?Notes will only be used in thetransitioning period fromgoing to the new run cardsuntil CAD is setup to startrecommending units.

Public Utilities

EMS Section

BLS and ALS minimumthrequired to go to 10 due.This was determined by theBerks County EMS WorkingGroup.

Enter the BLS and ALS companiesand any QRS type responses

County AbbreviationsBU – Bucks County CC – Chester County LB – Lebanon County LH – Lehigh County LN – Lancaster County MC – Montgomery County SC – Schuylkill County

Difference between QRS columnand Medical Assist fieldAnything in the QRS column isautomatically dispatched on any typeof incident. The Medical Assist field is forspecifying specific EMS call types,and at what point a medical assist isdispatched.

List the number(s) of the Call Typeand what response level a MedicalAssist is dispatched.For a CARDARST and RESPARSTA Medical Assist is dispatched initially.For a CHOKING and CLASS5A Medical Assist is dispatched when3rd due or greater BLS/ALS is dispatched.

Coordination of CombinedResponses with theFire CompanyPages 1, 2, & 3 contain somespecific Incident types wherethe Coordination of the Fireand EMS is Required.

Accident / MVA

Rescue

Rescue (continued)

How to Copy SheetRight Click on Sheet Tab “Run Card 101”

How to Copy SheetSelect ‘(move to end)’ then click ‘Create a copy’

Rename the New SheetRight Click the New Sheet Tab ‘Run Card 101 (20)’

Renamed Sheet

Coordination ofRun CardCoverage Areas

More Informationwww.berksdes.comGo to the 9-1-1 Communications Web Site then selectFire & EMS Run Card Information.cwanner@countyofberks.com

QUESTIONS?

Run Card Requirements Continued Structure Fire goes to 7th Alarm and all 7 Alarm and all 7 Alarms are required. Brush Fire goes to 7th Alarm and all 7 Alarm and all 7 alarms are required. All other incident types can go to 4th Alarm Alarm and minimum of 2nd alarm is required.alarm is required. When a Compan

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