Incident Demobilization Plan (Demobilization of Resources)
The Incident Demobilization plan will help with the demobilization process. Moreover,tThe first step of the plan is staffing the demobilization unit. Consequently, staffing will depend on the extent of the incident, the number of personnel, types of resources, transportation needs, length of incident, and resources point of origin (Demobilization of Resources).
Furthermore, the demobilization leader will work closely with status and check-in recorders. Consequently, the Demobilization Unit Leader will monitor ongoing operations and evaluate logistics and transportation needs for effective demobilization. In addition, the leader will coordinate with other IMT personnel to ensure the demobilization process is safe and efficient.
- The Administrative Unit will work closely with the incident to ensure the release of all resources.
- The Incident commander will guide operations for the safe and efficient release of excess resources.
- The demobilization unit will assess safety and wellness considerations (Demobilization of Resources)
Release priorities section
Strategic needs of the incident include:
- The need to release all local resources back to their home unit
- Addressing the remaining contractual obligations
- Fulfilling cost containment requirements
Specific responsibilities are assigned to different personnel.
Travel information section
Includes information for efficient travel such as:
- Travel agent contact information
- Incident and AOP contact information
- Maps and planned travel routes
- Equipment preparation for travel
Before release, the Unit leader and AOP conduct an inspection to determine whether travel vehicles have suffered any damage between check-in and demobilization. The unit should handle any damage occurring during demobilization.
Emergency procedure section
It highlights the procedure for managing emergencies during demobilization. Emergencies can be:
Signature Cover Sheet
The unit commander, general staff, and AOP will review and sign the Incident Demobilization Plan. The Incident Commander will approve all the signatures
This stage includes identifying excess resources and releasing them when necessary. The Demobilization must consider currently assigned resources and tentative demobilization information during scheduling. The unit team should also respond to the lead time guidelines and other requirements highlighted in the plan (Demobilization of Resources).
Tentative Demobilization Information
The general staff should submit this information to the unit leader. The information should include the request number, resource name, and position code, availability for reassignment, and the proposed release date and time. The staff should consolidate the tentative demobilization information by:
- Organizing and filing tentative release
- Requesting from sections
- Updating T-card rack to show resources
- Addressing pending demobilization
- Creating tentative Demobilization lists
The Unit Leader and the AOP will communicate the demobilization schedule to various sections.
- Demobilization of resources to home units
- Addressing unplanned demobilization.
- Canceling and rescheduling demobilization
- Selecting transport methods, ground, water, and air travel.
Ensures that all resources have successfully checked out, records released, and travel plans completed.