The Team is now on a fire assignment on the Colville Indian Reservation. More information will be forthcoming within the next 24-48 hours.
Team Brochure (pdf)
Teamwork - Dedication - Success
Welcome to the Washington Interagency Incident Management Team 2 website. Rex
Reed with the Department of Natural Resources serves as the Incident Commander
for the team. Team members include a wide variety of federal, state, county
and local agencies that come together to manage all-hazard emergency
incidents, but predominantly manage the many wildfires throughout the Pacific
Northwest Region. The Incident Command System (ICS) is the management system
and command structure used to direct all operations at the incident
scene. More than 45 members are part of the Washington Interagency Incident
Management Team 2.
Continuously Protect And Preserve Life And Property Through Community
Awareness, Preparedness Information, And Rapid, Professional Emergency
Response For All-Hazard Incidents.
Provide a safe, effective and cooperative organization to an agency in need of
assistance for the management of the all-hazard emergency incidents.
Provide a healthy, safe environment that will minimize the impact of the
incident on the agency and community we serve.
Maintain a professional attitude and performance for the duration of the
assignment by promoting and maintaining good communications, respect for all
Team Members and a safe work environment for all involved.
Provide for Firefighter safety by utilizing the LCES (Lookouts,
Communications, Escape routes, Safety zones) checklist, following the 10
Standard Fire Orders and mitigate any of the Watch Out Situations for all
Send E-mail to JWilliams@esf-r.org with questions or comments about this web
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