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Organization Assessment - Part D: Command

Considerations may include but are not limited to unified command with a large number of jurisdictions involved; elected/appointed governing officials, political organizations and stakeholders require a high level of coordination and communication; extensive community relations; incident personnel overextended mentally and/or physically; remote access and rugged terrain;multiple safety concerns noted in Part A require additional staff to mitigate; performance of firefighting resources affected by cumulative fatigue; pandemic/infectious disease-related issues; ineffective communications; law enforcement needs; evacuated/relocated populations; legislative affairs concerns; extensive cultural factors.

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Organization Assessment Reference

See Also

Process and directions for use

Organization Assessment Part 1: Relative Risk Assessment

Part 2: Implementation Difficulty

Part 3: Socio/Political Concerns

Part 4: Organization Assessment

Organization Assessment - Part D: Finance

Organization Assessment - Part D: Logistics

Organization Assessment - Part D: Operations/Air Operations

Organization Assessment - Part D: Planning

Finalizing the Organization Assessment


Field Descriptions

Glossary Resources

Spatial Data Reference

Landscape Data Source Reference

Relative Risk Reference

Organization Assessment Reference

Fire Behavior Reference

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