ScResponse Incident Command

Designed to be installed on all appliance MDTs, ScResponse Incident Command enables the first responder to immediately start planning in reaction to the incident by knowing which other crews are en-route, initial cordon planning, access to risk information, etc.  Once the Incident Commander has arrived on site, they immediately know who has been allocated to the incident, their status and location and the actions taken/ messages exchanged already, thus minimising the time required to “get up to speed”.

ScResponse Incident Command

ScResponse Incident Command

As ScGateway already enables the exchange of mobilisation, status and text messages, using ScResponse Incident Command enables access to full communications functionality and a full Incident message log.  All data messages sent via ScGateway, between mobilised resources, will be available within the SIC Message Log to give the Incident Commander a complete overview of the incident’s history and current situation. All items added to the Incident plan, within ScResponse Incident Command, will be relayed to all mobilised ScResponse Incident Command enabled resources ensuring the plan data currency is near real-time and not time delayed.  Along with ScGateway’s ability to retry messages over multiple bearers, brings enhanced plan availability and resilience to Incident Management.  

ScGateway integration will also enable the creation of a Resource Pool containing all call signs mobilised to the incident. The Standard Crew Riding module provides functionality to complete the Officer in Charge of each appliance as well as the number of crew.  The enhanced Crew Riding module, if deployed, will facilitate the addition of crew names to the Resource Pool. Assets selected from the Resource Pool or manually created, can be added to the map or the Command Structure to allow the Incident Plan to be displayed graphically and structurally.
The Incident Commander will be able to draw hazmat cordons with the ability to add Radiated cordons and Sectorised cordons. ScResponse Incident Command uses the same Risk Data, SOPS, Datashares, Overlays, Chemdata, CRS and mapping as the Mobile Data MDTs, this saves data preparation time, avoids duplication and reduces potential for data discrepancies between systems, to evaluate and progress the incident.  

As with all of our products and modules, we have already identified an extensive roadmap for the ScResponse Incident Command module; Version 1 will include:

Resource Planning

  • Resource Pool for Mobilised resources (Appliances/Call signs only)
  • Resource Pool Assigned resources
  • Manage Operational Organisation Chart / Command Structure
  • Manage Operational / Incident Resources
  • Operational Resource Allocation from C2
  • Manually Add / Remove Operation Resources

Governance & Reporting

  • Send Analytical Risk Assessment
  • Send Decision Log Submission
  • Allocate / Reallocate Incident Commander
  • Receive Incident Timeline

Advanced Cordons

  • Place / Remove Cordon (Basic Hazmat Circular Cordons only)
  • Place / Remove Cordon (Advanced Hazmat Circular Cordons only)
  • Send Basic Cordon to others as a message
  • Send Hazmat Cordon to others as a message
  • Place Multiple Cordons (Inner and Outer Cordon only)
  • Search Gazetteer using Cordon

GIS Redlining

  • Display redline points, lines and shapes in GIS (styling set in config)
  • Draw points, lines and shapes in GIS (touchscreen)
  • Send/Receive redline data as a message(s) over ScGateway
  • Save Redline to File / Load Redline from File
  • Place Free Text
  • Basic Redline Edit Tools

Visual Planning (advanced redlining)

  • Place sector markers on Map

Many thanks to everyone within the Working group that has provided us with a valuable insight into your operational needs and how functionality would be used in the field. Hopefully, by now you’ve either seen one of our WebEx demonstrations or Brian Hunter has demonstrated it in person. Please contact Brian Hunter for more information.

ScResponse Incident Command