Contract fire equipment incident inspection checklist



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EQUIPMENT KIND: HELICOPTER OPERATIONS SUPPORT TRAILER DATE: ________TIME:_____

CONTRACT FIRE EQUIPMENT - INCIDENT INSPECTION CHECKLIST

FIRE NAME: _________________________INCIDENT NUMBER: ______________________RESOURCE #:___ _

COMPANY/CONTRACTOR: __________________________________________________________________
CONTRACT / AGREEMENT NUMBER: ________________________________________________________
SERIAL # or VIN# on Unit: ________________________________LICENCE PLATE #: _________ Exp.___ __
TECHNICIAN / OPERATOR NAME(s): ______________________________________________________________


EQUIPMENT / OPERATOR REQUIREMENTS - HELICOPTER OPERATIONS SUPPORT TRAILER


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Minimum Requirements

Yes

No

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(Not all inclusive, for additional items and clarification refer to contract – Section D)

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Two copies of complete Agreement/Contract (D.8)







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Serial# or VIN# on agreement and resource order, matches Serial# or VIN# on this Trailer (Schedule of Items) (D.6.3.1) (D.6.4.1)







3

Completed Check-In Process: Which also includes, Finance, and Plans (D.6.5.1) (D.6.5.3)







4

Successfully completed the Mechanical, OF-296 Inspection (Vehicle/Heavy Equipment Safety Inspection) at this incident, has completed OF-296 form in vehicle (D.17) (D.17.1)






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External Generator: AC generator kit that includes; 1 whisper quiet generator with a minimum output capacity of 10,000 watts (10kw) . Capable of operating for one operational period without running out of fuel . (D.2.1.3_8)







6

External Generator: Generator positioned away from trailer . Has sound dampening material around generator . (D.2.1.3_8)







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Exterior Lighting: Sufficient to provide adequate light for night time operations around

the trailer and briefing area (D.2.1.1_12)







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Trailer Stabilizer (D.2.1.1_6)







9

Wind Sock: 30-mph wind sock (1 each). Capable of rotating without touching any obstacles (D.2.1.1_14)







10

Steps (stairs): No steep steps. Allows for safe entry and exit from trailer (D.2.1.1_13)







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Qualified Technician: Qualified to maintain and program equipment (D.1) (D.2.1.1_2)







12

Unit: Minimum of 26 feet in length (D.2.1.1_1)







13

Unit: Two rooms with forced air to each room, separated by a door. (D.2.1.1_1)







14

Radio Room Windows: 180 degree windows (minimum) for visibility (D.2.1.1_1)







15

Pull Down Shades: No reflective tinted shades or window film (D.2.1.1_1)







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Window Screens: Screens on all windows that open (D.2.1.1_1)







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Air Conditioning: Units are self-contained, climate controlled units with air conditioning to maintain 70 -75 F degrees temperature in the trailer. (D.2.1.1_3)







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Heaters: Must be operational (D.2.1.1_4)







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Hand tool kit (for general use) (D.2.1.1_7)







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White Boards: 36”x 24” (3 each). 1 is installed in the radio room, and 2 are installed on each wall of the general work area room (D.2.1.1_8)







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Minimum Requirements – continued

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Fax, Copier, Scanner: Arrived with 2 reams of paper (D.2.1.1_9)







22

High Capacity Printer: Prints a minimum of 28 pages per minute (D.2.1.1_9)







23

Cork Boards: 36”x 24” (3 each). 1 is installed in the radio room, and 2 are installed on each wall of the general work area room (D.2.1.1_10)







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Internal Lighting: Adequate light for night time operations. Minimum 1 AC lighting fixture over each work area, (florescent lighting is acceptable) (D.2.1.1_11) (D.2.1.2_3)







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Work Stations: (7 each). Three desktop/countertop workstations in the radio room, and four more in work area (can be continuous counter tops) (D.2.1.2_1)







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Work Stations: Each individual desk top work space is a minimum of 18 inches deep by 36 inches long (D.2.1.2_2)







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Chairs: Rolling chairs (7 each), one per work station (D.2.1.2_1_2)







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Fire Extinguishers: 10-BC (1 each). 20-BC (1 each) (D.2.1.1_15)







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Electrical: 120 volt, 50 amp AC service entrance w/disconnect switch to master breaker

(D.2.1.3_1)









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Electrical: AC receptacles at all work stations/areas (D.2.1.3_2)







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Electrical: 20 foot, 50 amp, AC service extension cable: 1 each (D.2.1.3_3)







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Electrical: AC three pin twist-lock to standard 3 pin adapters (min. 20 amp) (D.2.1.3_4)







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Battery Backup: DC battery backup with minimum 100AH capacity (D.2.1.3_5)







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Battery Backup: Equipped with a master disconnect or breaker switch . Physically isolated from work area . Sealed, non-ventilating type (gel-cel) . (D.2.1.3_5_abc)







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Charging System: DC charging system to maintain battery backup (D.2.1.3_6)







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Auxiliary Connection: Auxiliary 12 volt connection power points near radio equipment (2 each) (D.2.1.3_7)







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Radio Equipment: All radio equipment ready for immediate use upon arrival at the helibase, pending frequency programming (D.1) (D.2.1.4_4)







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Interface devices or personal computers required for radio equipment within the trailer is available (D.2.1.4_6)







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Software and all necessary hardware for radio frequency programing is provided (computer programming capable equipment) (D.2.1.4_2_5)







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VHF-FM P25 Digital Base Station: VHF-FM mobile radios (3 each) . Each radio has a desk mic or handheld mic with adjustable volume controls (D.2.1.4_1)






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VHF-FM P25 Digital Base Station: Two-way mobile radio (1 each), P25 Digital VHF-FM compliant . Equipped with a matched broadband antenna . Provides selections for: Analog Wideband , Analog Narrowband , and P25 Digital Narrowband . Radio is Frequency synthesized , with a minimum of 32 selectable tones (D.2.1.4_1_a)






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UHF-FM Base Station: UHF-FM mobile radios (2 each) . Capability for a minimum of 10 preset channels . User programmable without the need of a computer . Each radio has a desk mic or handheld mic with adjustable volume controls (D.2.1.4_2)






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VHF-AM Base Station: VHF-AM fixed (mobile or base) radios (2 each) . User programmable without the need of a computer . Each radio has a desk mic or handheld mic with adjustable volume controls (D.2.1.4_3)







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Handheld Radios: VHF-AM handheld radios (2 each) . Field (user) programmable Battery packs, i.e. clamshells (2 each) (D.2.1.4_7)






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Handheld Radios: P25 Digital VHF-FM handheld radios (2 each) . Provides selections for: Analog Wideband , Analog Narrowband , and P25 Digital Narrowband . Radio is Frequency synthesized , with a minimum of 32 selectable tones . Field (user) programmable . Battery packs, i.e. clamshells (2 each) (D.2.1.4_8_abc)







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Minimum Requirements – continued

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Base Station Antennas: VHF-AM broadband antenna , VHF-FM broadband antenna , UHF broadband antenna . Antennas tuned to proper frequency bands and cover required MHz spectrum for each base station radio (D.2.1.4_9_abc)







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Magnetic Mounted Antennas: With a minimum of eight foot RF (radio frequency) cable for both VMF-FM and UHF-FM frequency bands (2 each) (D.2.1.4_9_d)







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RF Cables: RF cable terminations are accessible from both inside and outside the trailer

(D.2.1.4_10)









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RF Cables: All cables are RG-8 or better (D.2.1.4_10)







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RF Cables: VHF cables are terminated with UHF connectors (D.2.1.4_10)







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RF Cables: UHF cables are terminated with “N” connectors (D.2.1.4_10)







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RF Cables: There is a VHF cable located at each work position (station) to an outside jack box . Also there is an selection of inter-series adapters available . (D.2.1.4_10)







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Public Address System: 30 watt (minimum). Operated from the dispatch area, providing audio 360 degrees around external trailer area (D.2.1.4_11)







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Timers or other time tracking devices: (10 each) (D.2.1.4_12)







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Digital Weather Station: At a minimum, is able to measure wind speed, wind direction, and temperature (D.2.1.4_13)







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Telephone: One (1) telephone service/customer entrance panel that accommodates a minimum of three (3) telephone lines within the trailer. (D.2.1.5_1)







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Telephone Jacks: Pre-wired RJ-11phone jacks (4 each), wired with RJ-66 phone block

(D.2.1.5_2)









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Telephone Jacks: Prewired RJ-45 wall jacks (4 each) (D.2.1.5_3)







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Telephone Handsets: (3 each). Near work area (D.2.1.5_4)







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All necessary fuel and power, (self-sufficient) (D.2.1.1_5)







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OPTIONAL

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Satellite or High Speed Internet:

Note: If internet is provided by this vendor, coordinate with the Communications Unit Leader. Refer to schedule of items of this agreement and (D.2.1.5_5)






Contractor is given the opportunity (Optional), to correct noted deficiencies, up to 24 Hours as of; Date: ______ Time: _______ (D.17)

Contactor successfully corrected noted deficiencies: Date: _________ Time: ___________ Inspector:________________
REMARKS:__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
CONTRACTOR REPRESENTATIVE: __________________________________Title:__________Date:_____

(Print and Sign)


GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR: ________________________________________Title:__________Date:_____

(Print and Sign)



(Helicopter Operations Support Trailer_ Compliance Inspection Checklist: as of June, 2013)

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