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Incident Command System

Time Unit Leader


Finance, Administration
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Time Unit Leader - General

The Time Unit Leader - is responsible for equipment and personnel time recording and for managing the commissary operations.



Time Unit Leader - Specific Responsibilities

The major responsibilities of the Time Unit Leader are:

  • Review Common Responsibilities.

  • Review Unit Leader Responsibilities.

  • Determine incident requirements for time recording function.

  • Determine resource needs.

  • Contact appropriate agency personnel/representatives.

  • Ensure that daily personnel time recording documents are prepared and in compliance with agency(s) policy.

  • Establish time unit objectives.

  • Maintain separate logs for overtime hours.

  • Establish commissary operation on larger or long-term incidents as needed.

  • Submit cost estimate data forms to the Cost Unit, as required.

  • Maintain records security.

  • Ensure that all records are current and complete prior to demobilization.

  • Release time reports from assisting agency personnel to the respective Agency Representatives prior to demobilization.

  • Brief the Finance/Administration Section Chief on current problems and recommendations, outstanding issues, and follow-up requirements.

  • Maintain Activity Log (DOCX).

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