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ID
7-509-1347
Name
Debris Operations Officer
Status
Published
Updated
12/2/2019 4:45:45 PM
Released
06/19/2018
Resource Category
Public Works
Primary Core Capability
Infrastructure Systems
Secondary Core Capability
 
Resource Kind
Personnel
Overall Function
The Debris Operations Officer oversees debris operations
Single resource
In conjunction with a NIMS typed team
NIMS Typed Team
Debris Assessment Team
In conjunction with a NIMS typed unit
NIMS Typed Unit
 
Description Notes
Not Specified
Supporting Core Capabilities
None
Types
Type Description
Type 1The Debris Operations Officer: 1. Activates the debris management plan
Components
Component Notes  
EducationNot Specified
Component Types
Type Criteria
Type 1Not specified
TrainingNot Specified
Component Types
Type Criteria
Type 1Completion of the following: 1. IS-100: Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS-100 2. IS-200: Basic Incident Command System for Initial Response, ICS-200 3. IS-552: The Public Works Role in Emergency Management 4. IS-632: Introduction to Debris Operations 5. IS-634: Introduction to FEMA’s Public Assistance Program 6. IS-700: National Incident Management System, An Introduction 7. IS-800: National Response Framework, An Introduction 8. E-202: Debris Management Planning for State, Tribal, and Local Officials
ExperienceNot Specified
Component Types
Type Criteria
Type 1Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: 1. Knowledge of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act (Stafford Act) 2. Knowledge of the Emergency Relief Program of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) 3. Knowledge of debris special considerations, such as environmental compliance, historic preservation, valuables/personal property, hazardous materials, animal carcasses, human remains, and crime scene evidence 4. Knowledge of debris forecasting Experience: 1. Three years of experience OR experience in this position during four incidents, exercises, drills, or simulations 2. Five years of experience administering various aspects of FEMA’s Public Assistance Program
Physical/Medical Fitness1. The NIMS Guideline for the National Qualification System (NQS) defines Physical/Medical Fitness levels for NIMS positions. 2. PPE is mission specific and may vary by work environment; it includes protective footwear, protective clothing for skin exposure, eye and ear protection, respirators, gloves, and masks.
Component Types
Type Criteria
Type 11. Moderate 2. Is able to work while wearing appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) 3. Maintains immunizations in accordance with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) immunization recommendations
CurrencyNot Specified
Component Types
Type Criteria
Type 11. Functions in this position during an operational incident, planned event, exercise, drill, or simulation at least once every two years 2. Keeps immunizations up to date and commensurate with mission assignment
Professional and Technical Licenses and CertificationsNot Specified
Component Types
Type Criteria
Type 1Not Specified
Composition and Ordering Specifications
Specification
Discuss logistics for deploying this position, such as working conditions, length of deployment, security, lodging, transportation, and meals, prior to deployment
1087
Notes
References
Reference
FEMA, NIMS 508: Debris Assessment Team
FEMA, NIMS 509: Debris Planning Officer
FEMA, NIMS 509: Debris Estimation Technical Specialist
FEMA, National Incident Management System (NIMS), October 2017
FEMA, NIMS Guideline for the National Qualification System, November 2017
FEMA, National Response Framework, June 2016
FEMA, Public Assistance Program and Policy Guide (PAPPG) V2, April 2017
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Emergency Relief Manual, May 2013
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Immunization Recommendations for Disaster Responders