Quick Resources For Emergency Responders

Phone/Web/Facebook links for Local Emergency Response Agencies/Organizations
Tech Tools for Wildland Firefighters (Apps)
Fire Adapted Communities for the Fire Department

Resources:

IAFC Wildland Urban Interface Resources

National Wildfire Coordinating Group

Wildland Fire Safety Annual Refresher Training

Incident Response Pocket Guide

DURING THE FIRE

EMERGENCY RESPONDERS

RESOURCES:

Chelan County Evacuation Levels 

InciWeb

National Situation Report (“Sit Report”)

Washington Fire Weather Forecasts

Avenza PDF Maps

NIFC PIO Bulletin Board

One More Sentence Toolkit

CWICC Fire Weather

CWICC Fire Danger Pocket Card

CWICC

Emergency Responders Connected

Helpful Resources For Wildland Fire Season:

National Mobilization Guide

National Interagency Fire Center

Northwest Interagency Coordination Center

Incident Response Pocket Guide

Wildland Fire Incident Management Field Guide (formerly the Fireline Handbook)

Interagency Standards for Fire and Fire and Aviation Operations (“Red Book”)

Responders

Phone/Web/Facebook links for Local Emergency Response Agencies/Organizations
Tech Tools for Wildland Firefighters (Apps)
Fire Adapted Communities for the Fire Department

One More Sentence introduction  and toolkit (resources for incorporating fire adapted community information into incident communications).

EMERGENCY RESPONDERS - after the fire

RESOURCES:

After The Fire Toolkit 

Emergency Response After The Fire

  • The After the Fire Toolkit has been developed to help community coalitions and emergency responders communicate after the fire information clearly and quickly.
  • After Wildfire New Mexico has comprehensive information for communities post-wildfire.  The site is easy to use and very applicable for communities outside of New Mexico.
  • Central Washington Fire Recovery has local information for Central Washington and provides one example of how Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) Team information can be provided to the public.
  • Contact the National Weather Service for up to date information on post-fire risks, weather monitoring, and information for the community in your area.
  • Emergency Response After The Fire

  • The After the Fire Toolkit has been developed to help community coalitions and emergency responders communicate after the fire information clearly and quickly.
  • After Wildfire New Mexico has comprehensive information for communities post-wildfire.  The site is easy to use and very applicable for communities outside of New Mexico.
  • Central Washington Fire Recovery has local information for Central Washington and provides one example of how Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) Team information can be provided to the public.
  • Contact the National Weather Service for up to date information on post-fire risks, weather monitoring, and information for the community in your area.

emergency responders