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Incident Replacement Orders

Replacement orders must be processed within 30 days of control of the incident. The Great Basin Cache may forward completed requisitions to the requesting unit's geographic area cache for processing. If a cache is unable to fill the request, the cache will forward request to the nearest cache that has item in stock.

 

Type I and Type II Incidents

The Incident Supply Unit Leader (SPUL) will be responsible for handling incident replacement requisitions when a Type I or Type II Incident Management Team is assigned. The SPUL approves replacement requests based on Engine Accountability Sheets or other fire equipment inventory documents approved by the requesting resource's home unit.

If equipment and supplies are available at the incident for replacement, the request is filled at the Incident Supply Unit.

If equipment and supplies are unavailable at the incident for replacement, and the requesting resource is not being immediately demobilized, the Supply Unit will place a resource order for needed items through appropriate channels to the Great Basin Cache. The order will be shipped to the incident and replacement will take place at the Supply Unit.

If equipment and supplies are unavailable at the incident for replacement, and the requesting resource is being demobilized, an Incident Replacement Requisition will be completed by the Supply Unit and forwarded to the cache.

Type I and Type II incident approvals limited to the Incident Supply Unit Leader, Logistics Section Chief, Support Branch Director, Incident Commander, Agency Administrator, or Agency Representative.

Type III and Type IV Incidents

The Hosting Unit Agency Administrator or Representative (i.e. Fire Management Officer) will be responsible for handling Incident Replacement Requisitions on Type III and Type IV incidents. The Agency Representative approves replacement requests based on Engine Accountability Sheets or other fire equipment inventory documents approved by the requesting resource's home unit.

If equipment and supplies are available at the incident for replacement, the request is filled at the Incident Host Unit.

If equipment and supplies are unavailable at the incident for replacement, and the requesting resource is not being immediately demobilized, the Hosting Unit will place a resource order for needed items through appropriate channels to the Great Basin Cache. The order will be shipped to the incident and replacement will take place at the Host Unit.

If equipment and supplies are unavailable at the incident for replacement, and the requesting resource is being demobilized, an Incident Replacement Requisition will be completed by the Host Unit and forwarded to the cache.

Type III and Type IV incident approvals limited to the Agency Administrator or Agency Representative.