DOCUMENT INITIAL RESPONSE INFORMATION AND ACTIONS TAKEN AT STARTUP.
COMMAND STAFF, SECTION CHIEFS, AND DOCUMENTATION UNIT LEADER.
Fill out this electronic form and enter complete information.
If the incident is internal to the hospital, the name may be given by the hospitalís Incident Commander. If the incident affects the larger community, the name may be given by a local authority (e.g., fire department, local EOC, etc.).
2.DATE OF BRIEFING
Use the international standard date notation YYYY-MM-DD, where YYYY is the year, MM is the month of the year between 01 (January) and 12 (December), and DD is the day of the month between 01 and 31. For example, the fourteenth day of February in the year 2006 is written as 2006-02-14.
3.TIME OF BRIEFING
Use the international standard notation hh:mm, where hh is the number of complete hours that have passed since midnight (00-24), and mm is the number of complete minutes that have passed since the start of the hour (00-59). For example, 5:04 pm is written as 17:04. Use local time.
4.EVENT HISTORY AND CURRENT ACTIONS SUMMARY
Document input from Section Chiefs and affected leadership and/or organizations involved.
Use proper names to identify personnel who are performing incident management functions as part of the HICS organization structure.
6.NOTES (INCLUDING ACCOMPLISHMENTS, ISSUES, WARNINGS/DIRECTIVES)
Self-explanatory. Use blank space for maps and other diagrams.
7.PREPARED BY (NAME AND POSITION)
Use proper name and HICS position title.
Use when transmitting the form outside of the hospital.
WHEN TO COMPLETE:
Prior to briefing in the current operational period.
Distribute copies to all staff before initial briefing.
You might also access the job action sheets with organizational delegations.