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Responder Rehabilitation Manager


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Responder Rehabilitation Manager - General

The Responder Rehabilitation Manager - reports to the Medical Unit Leader and is responsible for the rehabilitation of incident personnel who are suffering from the effects of strenuous work and/or extreme conditions.



Responder Rehabilitation Manager - Specific Responsibilities

The major responsibilities of the Responder Rehabilitation Manager are:

  • Review Common Responsibilities

  • Designate the responder rehabilitation location and have the location announced on the radio with radio designation "Rehab".

  • Request necessary medical personnel to evaluate the medical condition of personnel being rehabilitated.

  • Request necessary resources for rehabilitation of personnel, (e.g., water, juice, personnel).

  • Request food through the Food Unit or Logistics Section Chief (LSC), as necessary, for personnel being rehabilitated.

  • Release rehabilitated personnel to Planning Section for reassignment.

  • Maintain appropriate records and documentation.

  • Maintain Activity Log (DOCX).

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