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5109.17,20

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FOREST SERVICE HANDBOOK

Washington, D.C.
FSH 5109.17 - FIRE AND AVIATION MANAGEMENT

QUALIFICATIONS HANDBOOK
Amendment No. 5109.17-2000-2
Effective May 18, 2000
POSTING NOTICE. Amendments are numbered consecutively by Handbook number and calendar year. Post by document name. Remove entire document and replace with this amendment. Retain this transmittal as the first page of this document. The last amendment to this Handbook was Amendment 5109.17-2000-1 to FSH 5109.17,20 Contents.
This amendment supersedes Amendment 5109.17-92-2 and Amendment 5109.17-91-3 to chapter 20.
Superseded New

Document Name (Number of Pages)
5109.17,21-26,Ex. 01-Ex. 04 27 ---

5109.17,26,Ex. 05-Ex. 07 22 ---
5109.17,20 --

Digest:
This amendment changes the Handbook title to "Fire and Aviation Management Qualifications Handbook" (formerly, "Wildland Fire Qualifications Handbook") and revises terms throughout the chapter to change to "management" (formerly "suppression") in referring to fire use and "Incident Qualification Card" (formerly "Redcard").
20.6 - Provides direction on Forest Service instructor qualifications and certification.
20.62 - Adds direction on National Wildland Fire Coordinating Group instructor levels.
Digest--Continued:
20.63 - Adds requirements for certified instructors.
21 - Modifies terminology to the correct PMS 310-1 position titles; adds a description of the performance-based qualification system; and provides direction for personnel to achieve skills through identified equivalent courses. Removes direction for an individual to be certified without attending training and gaining experience.
21.1 - Modifies terminology from "manager" to "Line Officer or designated official." Redefines incident complexity typing levels to include 1 through 5. Makes minor editorial changes throughout the section.
21.2 - Provides guidelines to assist the line officer or designated official in determining incident complexity.
22 - Defines Fire Qualification Review Committee (FQRC) requirements and participating members.
22.04 - Sets out the responsibility for signing Incident Qualification Cards.
22.2 - Describes Position Task Books, defines the total number of allowable active task books, and defines the minimum number of qualified assignments an Evaluator must have prior to performing as an Evaluator.
22.3 - Sets out the process for determining equivalency courses.
22.4 - Adds a 3-year currency requirement for Expanded Dispatch positions. Sets out annual refresher requirements.
22.5 - Describes the recertification process.
23.1 - Provides examples of positions for each physical fitness requirement.
23.2 - Limits the establishment of physical fitness measurement methods to the Chief.
23.3 - Provides direction on providing official time to employees for fitness development, with the work supervisor's approval, when the employee's position has a physical fitness requirement of arduous.
Digest--Continued:
24 - Changes the caption to Position Categories (formerly, "Skill Positions").
25 - 25.36 - Sets out the three-tiered level of training and describes course designations: I, S, RX, D, P. Adds position qualification for all position categories set out in the exhibits to sections 25.11-25.36.
MIKE DOMBECK

Chief

FSH 5109.17 - FIRE AND AVIATION MANAGEMENT

QUALIFICATIONS HANDBOOK

WO AMENDMENT 5109.17-2000-2

EFFECTIVE 05/18/2000
CHAPTER 20 - QUALIFICATIONS AND CERTIFICATION
This chapter sets out the interagency requirements and additional Forest Service requirements for the wildland and prescribed fire and aviation management positions outlined by the National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) in the Wildland and Prescribed Fire Qualification System Guide, PMS 310-1, and for the technical specialist positions identified in the National Interagency Mobilization Guide, chapter 60 (FSM 5108).
20.6 - Instructor Qualifications and Certification. Instructors should be qualified in the position at least one level above that which they are instructing; they should have successfully completed the course they are instructing; and they should have completed an instructor training course (Facilitative Instructor or Instructor 1 and 2).
20.61 - National Wildfire Coordinating Group Instructor Levels. The National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) recognizes two levels of wildland fire instructor:
1. Lead Instructor (Type 1)

2. Unit Instructor (Type 2)

Lead Instructors must have sufficient experience in presenting all units of the course. It is recognized that exceptions may occur where courses are of such a technical nature that no one person may be technically competent to instruct all units or where a technical specialist from another subject area will be needed. Lead Instructors must be minimally qualified in the position at the next higher job level and must meet instructor training requirements outlined in 20.62.
Unit Instructors must be qualified in the position and must meet instructor training requirements outlined in 20.62.
20.62 - Instructor Training Requirements for Certified Instructors.
1. All 100-level courses may be taught by anyone who has the requisite experience and who is approved by the local unit fire management staff officer. Instructor training is highly recommended at this level.

2. Courses at higher complexity levels generally involve significant travel costs and often are intended to teach supervisory skills so that instructors shall have formal instructor training to ensure quality training for employees.

a. Unit Instructors participating in 200-level training courses shall attend an instructor course (Facilitative Instructor or Instructor 1 and 2).

b. Lead Instructors for 200-level training courses and all instructors of 300-level training courses and above shall meet the instructor training requirement in the preceding paragraph 2a. Exceptions may be made by an agency for those instructors who have demonstrated strong instructional skills and abilities.

21 - QUALIFICATION FOR INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM POSITIONS.

1. This section sets out the additional requirements for skills, training, and prerequisites for Forest Service employees for the wildland and prescribed fire and aviation management positions outlined in the Wildland and Prescribed Fire Qualification System Guide, PMS 310-1. Qualifications for each position include the minimum acceptable levels of training, experience, physical fitness, and/or currency requirements (sec. 25.1 through 25.3). Job descriptions and duties for these positions are listed in the NWCG Fireline Handbook, PMS 410-1
(FSH 5109.32a) or in the interagency guides and agency directives listed in
FSM 5108.

The Wildland and Prescribed Fire Qualification System Guide, PMS 310-1, defines a performance based qualification system. In this system, the primary criteria for qualification is individual performance as observed by an evaluator using approved standards identified in a position task book for the position (sec. 22.2). Qualification is based on performance on the job, physical fitness, and classroom training identified in section 25.
2. Personnel who have learned skills from sources outside the wildland fire management curriculum may not be required to complete specific courses in order to qualify in a wildland fire and aviation management position (sec. 22.3).

3. Personnel from other agencies or cooperators not hired by the Forest Service must comply with the requirements specific to their own agency and/or the minimum requirements established in the Wildland and Prescribed Fire Qualification System Guide, PMS 310-1.

The Forest Service has the same qualification standards as all National Wildland Fire Coordinating Group agencies. The successful completion of a Position Taskbook during an appropriate number of evaluation assignments is the measure of qualification. The Forest Service has determined that additional classroom training is more effective and efficient to prepare Forest Service employees for a position performance or evaluation assignment.
21.1 - Incident Complexity. The line officer or designated official shall determine the complexity of an incident and assign qualified personnel as needed. More than 95 percent of all wildland fires fall within the low complexity range and are controlled with initial attack and limited reinforcements. These fires are referred to as Type 3, 4, and 5 incidents.
The remaining 5 percent of fires, which fall into high complexity, are referred to as Type 1 and 2. Qualifications for Incident Commanders and General Staff have been established for Type 1 and 2 incidents (including Area Command) because they are normally more complex and can require resources from outside the local area.
21.2 - Guidelines for Determining Incident Complexity. The following guidelines assist the line officer or designated official in determining incident complexity. The guidelines are presented in order of ascending complexity and describe the fire response with the appropriate fire organization (FSM 5130). A Type 5 incident is the lowest level and Type 1 is the highest level of complexity. The Type 1 incident combines the multi-Division and multi-Branch classifications as described in the Wildland and Prescribed Fire Qualification Guide, PMS 310-1.
1. Type 5 Incident (Initial Attack). Characteristics are:

a. Command and General Staff positions are not activated. An experienced and qualified Advanced Firefighter (FFT1) may be designated as Incident Commander. Multiple Type 5 incidents may be managed by a Type 3 or Type 4 Incident Commander.

b. Resources may vary from one to five firefighters.

c. The incident is normally contained rapidly during initial attack in the first operational period.

d. A written action plan is not required.

2. Type 4 Incident (Initial Attack). Characteristics are:

a. Command and General Staff positions are not activated. An experienced and qualified Advanced Firefighter (FFT1) may be designated as Incident Commander. Multiple Type 5 incidents may be managed by a Type 3 or Type 4 Incident Commander.

b. Resources on individual incidents may vary from a single firefighter to several single resources or a single Task Force or Strike Team.

c. The incident is limited to one operational period in the control phase. Mop-up may extend into multiple periods.

d. A written action plan is not required.

3. Type 3 Incident (Extended Attack). Characteristics are:

a. Some of the Command and General Staff positions may be activated, as well as the Division/Group Supervisor and Unit Leader levels.

b. Resources may vary from several single resources to several Task Forces/Strike Teams.

c. The incident may be separated into divisions, but usually does not meet the Division/Group Supervisor position for complexity or span-of-control.

d. The incident may involve multiple operational periods prior to control, which requires a written action plan.

e. Staging areas and a base camp may be utilized.

4. Type 2 Incident Characteristics are:

a. Most or all of the Command and General Staff positions are activated. A Type 2 incident requires a Type 2 Incident Commander and General Staff functioning as a team.

b. Base camp(s) is (are) established.

c. The incident extends into multiple operational periods.

d. A written action plan is required.

e. Many of the functional units are staffed.

f. Operations personnel generally do not exceed 200 per operational shift, and total incident personnel do not exceed 499 (numbers are guidelines only).

g. Divisions are usually established to facilitate work assignments in different locations. A Division/Group Supervisor is required on all active divisions.

5. Type 1 Incident A Type 1 Incident meets all the characteristics of a Type 2 incident, plus the following:

a. All Command and General Staff positions are activated.

b. Operations personnel often exceed 500 per operational shift, and total personnel usually exceed 1,000 (numbers are guidelines only).

c. All active divisions require a Division/Group Supervisor.

d. The implementation of branches may be required.

22 - CERTIFICATION FOR INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM POSITIONS. All regular Forest Service personnel and cooperators employed by the Forest Service under the Pay Plan for Emergency Workers (Interagency Incident Business Management Handbook, PMS 902-1, FSH 5109.34) and assigned Incident Command System (ICS) positions must be judged to be technically and physically qualified to fill their positions.
Qualification for a position in the NIIMS/ICS organization depends on proven ability (sec. 21). Training, experience, and physical fitness are prerequisites for qualification. However, certification to hold an ICS position is determined through evaluation of performance as a trainee in the target position (if required), or in a prerequisite assignment.
To become certified in a position, a Forest Service employee will need to successfully perform in a minimum of two assignments in the position prior to consideration as a trainee for the next higher position.
A Fire Qualification Review Committee shall be established on each unit to determine certification of personnel. At a minimum, the committee shall include the Fire Program Manager, a line officer representative, Incident Fire Qualifications Database Administrator, and representatives knowledgable of the unit's personnel. The Fire Program Manager on the unit should ensure that a system is in place to establish priorities for training and currency assignments.
Each employee's ICS position qualifications (including physical fitness and experience) must be re-evaluated annually and a new certification must be issued.
22.04 - Responsibility for Signing Incident Qualification Cards.
1. The Regional Forester may delegate authority to sign Incident Qualification Cards to the Director of Aviation and Fire Management for all Area Command, Type I Command, and General Staff positions.

2. The Forest Supervisors may delegate signing authority to Fire Staffs for Type 2 Command and General Staff positions. Cards for other positions should be signed by the Unit Fire Staff.

3. The District Ranger may sign Incident Qualification Cards for temporary employees qualified as Firefighter 1 and 2. Certification and documentation requirements must be met prior to signature.
22.1 - Certification Records. The Fire Program Manager on each unit shall ensure that certification records are maintained and shall issue an Incident Qualification Card annually to each currently certified individual. The card contains the individual's name, Social Security number, agency, year, unit, qualified positions, on-the-job training needs, measured physical fitness, other skills, and clarifying remarks.
22.2 - Position Task Books. Position task books contain all critical tasks required to perform the job. Ensure that a position task book is provided for each position included in the qualifications system (PMS 310-1) with few exceptions (for example, Agency Representative, Interagency Resource Representative, Air Tanker/Fixed Wing Coordinator, and so on). These task books are designed in a format that allows documentation of a trainee's performance of given tasks.
Successful completion of all tasks required of the position as determined by an Evaluator (Wildland and Prescribed Fire Qualification System Guide, PMS 310-1, Appendix A, Position Task Book Administration) shall be the basis for recommending certification. For positions that do not have a position task book, the unit's Fire Qualification Review Committee shall determine an individual's certification and qualification, commensurate with service-wide and Regional requirements.
1. An individual may not have more than four active position task books at one time. No more than two of the four allowed position task books may be in a single functional area.

2. Individuals serving as trainer/coach/evaluator must be currently qualified in the position being observed and must have successfully performed in a minimum of two assignments in the position for which they are training and evaluating others.

Trainee requirements include completion of all required training courses and prerequisite experience prior to obtaining an initiated position task book. The only exceptions are those Command and General Staff positions that include S-420, S-520, and S-620 as required training. Position task books and the qualification process can be initiated for those positions prior to attendance and completion of these three courses. This will allow trainees to gain experience that will prepare them for passing these advanced courses.
22.3 - Equivalency Courses. Equivalency courses are classes that have been determined by evaluators to be equivalent to courses identified in the National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) approved curriculum.
1. Process. The appropriate Regional training or steering committee shall identify the need for an equivalency analysis of a specific course. The committee shall assign an evaluation team to conduct the analysis, document their findings, and submit recommendations through agency channels to the Washington Office, Fire and Aviation Management Staff, Branch Chief for Training, for recognition of equivalency.

2. Evaluation Team Composition. The evaluation team shall be comprised of a minimum of three of the following: Lead Instructor, cadre member, and course developer or subject matter expert for the respective NWCG course. It is suggested that the evaluators be individuals either who have been involved within 3 years instructing the course being evaluated or who are familiar with the course development and revision process.

Examples of approved equivalent courses are:
a. Technical Fire Management completion is equivalent to RX-340 Fire Effects for Resource Specialists.

b. Facilitative Instructor is equivalent to the Fire Service Instructor 1 and 2 courses.

22.4 - Currency Requirements. Requirements for currency of experience are 3 years for air operations and dispatch positions and 5 years for others. In many cases, currency requirements can be met by performing in a similar position. Other positions which meet currency requirements are identified for each position in exhibit 01, section 25.1, through exhibit 01, section 25.3, of this Handbook.
Currency requirements for air operations positions may also be met by performing on a day-to-day basis or on special projects, such as aerial spraying, search and rescue, and aerial ignition on prescribed burns.
Position experience is considered as qualifying only if the individual has previously met all training and prerequisite requirements for the position assignment.
All fireline personnel shall annually complete a minimum of eight hours of Fire Safety Refresher training. Refresher training shall consist of fire shelter purpose and use, practice deployments, and any pertinent fire safety related topics, such as: Fire Orders and Watch-out Situations; Look-outs, Communications, Escape Routes, and Safety Zones (LCES); and Look Up, Look Down, and Look Around. Incident Qualification Cards shall not be issued until supervisors certify that annual Fire Safety Refresher Training has been completed.
22.5 - Recertification. Management evaluation of an individual's competency is key to recertification where qualifications have expired. If currency has lapsed, the individual shall revert to the trainee level, be issued a position task book for the position, complete on-the-job-training if needed, and requalify in a position performance assignment. By returning to the trainee level, the person recertifying is introduced to new technology that assists with recalling position duties and responsibilities.
22.6 - Decertification. [Reserved]
23 - PHYSICAL FITNESS STANDARDS AND DEFINITIONS. In addition to training and experience, physical fitness standards, when applicable, must be met for Incident Command System (ICS) position certification.
23.1 - Physical Fitness Requirements. Requirements for physical fitness are identified as arduous, moderate, light, and none.
1. Arduous. The duties require field work performance by individuals with above-average endurance and superior physical conditioning. Occasional demand for extraordinarily strenuous activities in emergencies over extended periods of time may be necessary. Requirements include running, walking, climbing, jumping, twisting, bending, and lifting more than 50 pounds. The work pace is set by the emergency situation and may be over irregular terrain.

2. Moderate. The duties require field work performance by individuals with average endurance and physical conditioning. Individuals usually set their own pace. Emergencies occasionally demand moderately strenuous activities over long time periods. Activities include considerable walking over irregular ground, climbing, bending, stooping, squatting, twisting, reaching, and lifting 25 to 50 pounds. Examples of moderate duty positions are Operations Section Chiefs and Fire Behavior Analysts.

3. Light. The duties mainly involve office-type work with occasional field activity characterized by light physical exertion requiring individuals to be in basic good health. Individuals almost always govern the extent and pace of their physical activity. The activities may include climbing (such as stairs), standing, operating a vehicle, and some bending, stooping, or light lifting. Long hours of work may be necessary. Examples of positions requiring a light physical fitness requirement are Staging Area Manager and Helibase Manager.

4. None. The duties normally are performed in a controlled environment, such as an incident or base camp. Testing is not required for individuals filling these positions having no physical fitness standards. Examples of positions requiring no physical fitness level are Planning Section Chief and Support Dispatcher.

For any position identified in this guide with a fitness level of "None" or any technical specialist positions who have the need to be on the fireline for non-suppression tasks, the required fitness level shall be "Light".
23.2 - Physical Fitness Measurement. Field units are not authorized to supplement the direction in section 23. Physical fitness measurement methods are established only by the Chief of the Forest Service.
23.3 - Fitness Development. Fire personnel required to meet the arduous level for their assigned wildland fire positions shall be provided official time for rigorous exercise to prepare for and maintain the arduous qualification:
1. Fire funded employees (assigned to fire crews and identified in the Fire Management Action Plan) shall be allowed up to 5 hours per week of physical training when not engaged in wildland fire operations.

2. Employees not funded by fire shall be allowed up to 3 hours per week of physical training consistent with wellness programs, by employees request and based on supervisor's approval. The applicable time is up to 6 months prior to scheduled testing and after passing the test, until the end of the proclaimed fire season. Fire program funds may be used for approved physical training time based on guaranteed availability for fire related assignments.

24 - POSITION CATEGORIES. The Forest Service has established training and experience requirements for the four categories of positions utilized in wildland and fire use in addition to the duties and prerequisites outlined in the Wildland and Prescribed Fire Qualification System Guide PMS 310-1. The four categories are identified as Incident Command System positions, Wildland Fire Skill Positions, Fire Use Skill Positions, and Technical Specialists.

1. Incident Command System Positions. Any position found on the ICS organizational chart (ex. 01 through 09, sec. 11.1).

2. Wildland Fire Skill Positions. Positions identified as unique to wildland fire suppression because they require a level of knowledge and skills to perform wildland fire suppression duties (FSM 5143).

3. Fire Use Skill Positions. Positions identified as needed to administer successful use of wildland and prescribed fire to achieve land management objectives.

4. Technical Specialists. Personnel with unique skills needed to support incident operations. These specialists may be utilized within any functional area of the incident organization. Each agency is responsible for establishing position requirements guided by agency directives or interagency guides.

Many Technical Specialists are certified in their field or profession. The unit Fire Qualifications Review Committee shall review the specialist's technical and physical abilities to determine qualifications. This review may include checking licenses, evaluating previous training and work experience, and observing on-the-job performance.
25 - POSITION QUALIFICATIONS. The exhibits in sections 25.1 through 25.3 show training requirements, experience, physical requirements, and other positions meeting currency requirements for the four position categories utilized in wildland and prescribed fire and aviation management. Training requirements for these positions are defined by a tiered three-level nomenclature. The three levels of training are defined as follows:


Level 1

Must complete the NWCG approved specific training or an identified, approved equivalent for the position.


Level 2

Requires classroom training of specific courses or a course with equivalent course objectives and instructional hours (i.e., Basic Supervision training may be equivalent to S-201 Supervisory Concepts and Techniques).


Level 3

Training may be received through classroom or appropriate on the job training assignments as identified by a Position Task Book. This also includes training where information learned in the course may be beneficial to the individual but not necessary in order to qualify an individual.


25.06 - Training. Courses are designed to be taken in an ascending order of complexity based on successively higher levels of responsibility and skills in fire and aviation management. The required training identified for each position set out in the exhibits to sections 25.1 through 25.3 includes courses needed for that position in addition to the training required in all prerequisite positions.
Courses are identified by a number preceded by a designator letter I, S, RX, D, or P, as follows:


Designator

Courses

I

Courses in the National Interagency Incident




Management System - Incident Command System (NIIMS - ICS)

S

Skills courses

RX

Fire use courses

D

Dispatch courses

P

Prevention courses


The ascending numbering system shows the level of sponsorship:


Course Number

Sponsorship

100-200 level

Local

300-400 level

Regional

500-600 level

National


Refer to the Field Manager's Course Guide, NFES number 1260, PMS 901-1, for descriptors, purpose, and objectives of the training courses (FSM 5108).

25 - Exhibit 01
Index to Positions and Qualifications
Position (Acronym) Cross-reference to Exhibit in 5109.17,

Chapter 20 for Position Qualification

______________________________________________________________________________
Accounting Technician (ACCT) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

Administrative Payment Team Leader (APTA) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

Administrative Payment Team Member (APTM) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

ADO Team Leader Class A (ADOA) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

ADO Team Leader Class B (ADOB) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

ADO Team Member (ADOM) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

Advanced Firefighter/Squad Boss (FFT1) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Aerial Fusee Operator (AFUS) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Aerial Observer (AERO) 25.31 - Exhibit 01

Agency Aviation Military Liaison (AAML) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Agency Representative (AREP) 25.11 - Exhibit 01

Air Operations Branch Director (AOBD) 25.13 - Exhibit 01

Air Support Group Supervisor (ASGS) 25.13 - Exhibit 01

Air Tactical Group Supervisor (ATGS) 25.13 - Exhibit 01

Air Tanker Base Manager (ATBM) 25.31 - Exhibit 01

Air Tanker/Fixed Wing Coordinator (ATCO) 25.13 - Exhibit 01

Aircraft Base Radio Operator (ABRO) 25.13 - Exhibit 01

Area Command Aviation Coordinator (ACAC) 25.13 - Exhibit 01

Area Commander (ACDR) 25.11 - Exhibit 01

Assistant Area Commander, Logistics (ACLC) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Assistant Area Commander, Planning (ACPC) 25.14 - Exhibit 01

Assistant Cache Manager (ACMR) 25.31 - Exhibit 01

Aviation Fuel Specialist (AFUL) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Base Camp Manager (BCMG) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Battalion Military Liaison (BNML) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

25 - Exhibit 01--Continued
Index to Positions and Qualifications
Position (Acronym) Cross-reference to Exhibit in 5109.17,

Chapter 20 for Position Qualification

______________________________________________________________________________
Burned Area Emergency Rehabilitation Team

Leader (BAEL) 25.36 - Exhibit 01

Buying Team Leader (BUYL) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

Buying Team Member (BUYM) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

Cache Demobilization Specialist (CDSP) 25.13 - Exhibit 01

Claims Specialist (CLMS) 25.16 - Exhibit 01

Commissary Manager (CMSY) 25.16 - Exhibit 01

Communications Coordinator (COMC) 25.31 - Exhibit 01

Communications Technician (COMT) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Communications Unit Leader (COML) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Compensation for Injury Specialist (INJR) 25.16 - Exhibit 01

Compensation/Claims Unit Leader (COMP) 25.16 - Exhibit 01

Computer Coordinator (CCOO) 25.36 - Exhibit 01

Computer Data Entry Recorder (CDER) 25.36 - Exhibit 01

Computer Technical Specialist (CTSP 25.36 - Exhibit 01

Contracting Officer (CONO) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR) 25.33 - Exhibit 01

Contracting Specialist, One Million (CS1M) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

Contracting Specialist, Twenty-Five Thousand (CS25) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

Contracting Specialist, Fifty Thousand (CS50) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

Coordinator (CORD) 25.17 - Exhibit 01

Cost Unit Leader (COST) 25.16 - Exhibit 01

Crew Boss (Single Resource) (CRWB) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Crew Representative (CREP) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Deck Coordinator (DECK) 25.13 - Exhibit 01

Demobilization Unit Leader (DMOB) 25.14 - Exhibit 01

Dispatch Recorder (EDRC) 25.17 - Exhibit 01

Display Processor (DPRO) 25.14 - Exhibit 01

Division/Group Supervisor (DIVS) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Documentation Unit Leader (DOCL) 25.14 - Exhibit 01

Dozer Boss (Single Resource) (DOZB) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Dozer Operator Initial Attack (DOZ1) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Engine Boss (Single Resource) (ENGB) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Engine Operator (ENOP) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

25 - Exhibit 01--Continued
Index to Positions and Qualifications
Position (Acronym) Cross-reference to Exhibit in 5109.17,

Chapter 20 for Position Qualification

______________________________________________________________________________
Emergency Medical Technician Basic (EMTB) 25.33 - Exhibit 01

Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate (EMTI) 25.33 - Exhibit 01

Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic (EMTP) 25.33 - Exhibit 01

Equipment Inspector (EQPI) 25.33 - Exhibit 01

Equipment Manager (EQPM) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Equipment Time Recorder (EQTR) 25.16 - Exhibit 01

Facilities Unit Leader (FACL) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Faller Class A (FALA) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Faller Class B (FALB) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Faller Class C (FALC) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Felling Boss (Single Resource) (FELB) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Field Observer (FOBS) 25.14 - Exhibit 01

Finance/Administration Section Chief Type 1 (FSC1) 25.16 - Exhibit 01

Finance/Administration Section Chief Type 2 (FSC2) 25.16 - Exhibit 01

Fire Behavior Analyst (FBAN) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Fire Cache Manager (FCMG) 25.31 - Exhibit 01

Fire Effects Monitor (FEMO) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Fire Investigator (FINV) 25.35 - Exhibit 01

Fire Use Manager (FUMA) 25.21 - Exhibit 01

Firefighter (FFT2) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Firing Boss (Single Resource) (FIRB) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Fireline Blaster (FLEB) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Fireline Explosives Advisor (FLEA) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Fireline Explosives Crewmember (FLEC) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Fixed Wing Base Manager (FWBM) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Fixed Wing Parking Tender (FWPT) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Food Unit Leader (FDUL) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Forward Looking Infrared Operator (FLIR) 25.35 - Exhibit 01

Ground Support Unit Leader (GSUL) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Helibase Manager 1 (HEB1) 25.13 - Exhibit 01

Helibase Manager 2 (HEB2) 25.13 - Exhibit 01

Helicopter Coordinator (HLCO) 25.13 - Exhibit 01

Helicopter Crewmember (HECM) 25.13 - Exhibit 01

Helicopter Long Line/Remote Hook Specialist (HELR) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

25 - Exhibit 01--Continued
Index to Positions and Qualifications
Position (Acronym) Cross-reference to Exhibit in 5109.17,

Chapter 20 for Position Qualification

______________________________________________________________________________
Helicopter Manager (HEMG) 25.13 - Exhibit 01

Helicopter Rappel Spotter (HERS) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Helicopter Rappeller (HRAP) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Helitorch Manager (HTMG) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Helitorch Mixmaster (HTMM) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Helitorch Parking Tender (HTPT) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Human Resource Specialist (HRSP) 25.14 - Exhibit 01

Ignition Specialist Type 1 (RXT1) 25.21 - Exhibit 01

Ignition Specialist Type 2 (RXT2) 25.21 - Exhibit 01

Incident Business Management Advisor (IBA1) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

Incident Commander Type 1 (ICT1) 25.11 - Exhibit 01

Incident Commander Type 2 (ICT2) 25.11 - Exhibit 01

Incident Commander Type 3 (ICT3) 25.11 - Exhibit 01

Incident Commander Type 4 (ICT4) 25.11 - Exhibit 01

Incident Commander Type 5 (ICT5) 25.11 - Exhibit 01

Incident Communications Center Manager (INCM) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Incident Medical Specialist Assistant (IMSA) 25.33 - Exhibit 01

Incident Medical Specialist Manager (IMSM) 25.33 - Exhibit 01

Incident Medical Specialist Technician (IMST) 25.33 - Exhibit 01

Incident Meteorologist (IMET) 25.35 - Exhibit 01

Indian Cultural Specialist (INCS) 25.35 - Exhibit 01

Information Officer (IOF1) 25.11 - Exhibit 01

Information Officer (IOF2) 25.11 - Exhibit 01

Information Officer (IOF3) 25.11 - Exhibit 01

Infrared Downlink Operator (IRDL) 25.35 - Exhibit 01

Infrared Field Specialist (IRFS) 25.35 - Exhibit 01

Infrared Interpreter (IRIN) 25.14 - Exhibit 01

Infrared Regional Coordinator (IRRC) 25.31 - Exhibit 01

Initial Attack Dispatcher (IADP) 25.31 - Exhibit 01

Interagency Cache Business System Supply

Clerk/Tech 25.31 - Exhibit 01

Interagency Resource Representative (IARR) 25.11 - Exhibit 01

Liaison Officer (LOFR) 25.11 - Exhibit 01

Line Scout (LSCT) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

25 - Exhibit 01--Continued
Index to Positions and Qualifications
Position (Acronym) Cross-reference to Exhibit in 5109.17,

Chapter 20 for Position Qualification

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Loadmaster (LOAD) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Logistics Section Chief Type 1 (LSC1) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Logistics Section Chief Type 2 (LSC2) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Long Term Fire Analyst (LTAN) 25.21 - Exhibit 01

MAC Group Coordinator (MCCO) 25.31 - Exhibit 01

MAC Group Information Officer (MCIF) 25.31 - Exhibit 01

MAFFS Clerk (MAFC) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

MAFFS Liaison Officer (MAFF) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Materials Handler (WHHR) 25.31 - Exhibit 01

Materials Handler Leader (WHLR) 25.31 - Exhibit 01

Medical Unit Leader (MEDL) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Military Air Operations Coordinator (MAOC) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Military Crew Liaison Advisor (MCAD) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Military Helicopter Crewmember (MHEC) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Military Helicopter Manager (MHEM) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Military Helicopter Manager Supervisor (MHMS) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Mixmaster (MXMS) 25.31 - Exhibit 01

Operations Branch Director (OPBD) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Operations Section Chief Type 1 (OSC1) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Operations Section Chief Type 2 (OSC2) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Ordering Manager (ORDM) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Orthophoto Analyst (ORPA) 25.35 - Exhibit 01

Personnel Time Recorder (PTRC) 25.16 - Exhibit 01

Planning Section Chief Type 1 (PSC1) 25.14 - Exhibit 01

Planning Section Chief Type 2 (PSC2) 25.14 - Exhibit 01

Prescribed Fire Burn Boss Type 1 (RXB1) 25.21 - Exhibit 01

Prescribed Fire Burn Boss Type 2 (RXB2) 25.21 - Exhibit 01

Prescribed Fire Burn Boss Type 3 (RXB3) 25.21 - Exhibit 01

Prescribed Fire Crewmember (RXCM) 25.21 - Exhibit 01

Prescribed Fire Manager Type 1 (RXM1) 25.21 - Exhibit 01

Prescribed Fire Manager Type 2 (RXM2) 25.21 - Exhibit 01

Prescribed Fire Planner (RXPL) 25.21 - Exhibit 01

Probeye Operator (PBOP) 25.35 - Exhibit 01

Procurement Unit Leader (PROC) 25.16 - Exhibit 01

25 - Exhibit 01--Continued
Index to Positions and Qualifications
Position (Acronym) Cross-reference to Exhibit in 5109.17,

Chapter 20 for Position Qualification

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Purchasing Agent, Fifty Thousand (PA50) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

Purchasing Agent, Five Thousand (PA05) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

Purchasing Agent, Ten Thousand (PA10) 25.32 - Exhibit 01

Ramp Manager (RAMP) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Receiving and Distribution Manager (RCDM) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Remote Automated Weather Station

Technician (RAWS) 25.33 - Exhibit 01

Resource Unit Leader (RESL) 25.14 - Exhibit 01

Safety Officer Type 1 (SOF1) 25.11 - Exhibit 01

Safety Officer Type 2 (SOF2) 25.11 - Exhibit 01

Safety Officer Type 3 (SOF3) 25.11 - Exhibit 01

Scuba Diver (SCUB) 25.36 - Exhibit 01

Security Manager (SECM) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Security Specialist Level 1 (SEC1) 25.33 - Exhibit 01

Security Specialist Level 2 (SEC2) 25.33 - Exhibit 01

Service Branch Director (SVBD) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Single Engine Air Tanker Manager (SEAT) 25.31 - Exhibit 01

Situation Unit Leader (SITL) 25.14 - Exhibit 01

Staging Area Manager (STAM) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Status/Check-in Recorder (SCKN) 25.14 - Exhibit 01

Strike Team Leader Crew (STCR) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Strike Team Leader Dozer (STDZ) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Strike Team Leader Engine (STEN) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Strike Team Leader Military (STLM) 25.43 - Exhibit 01

Strike Team Leader Tractor/Plow (STPL) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Supervisory Dispatcher (EDSP) 25.17 - Exhibit 01

Supervisory Interagency Cache Business Supply

Clerk/Tech (CAST) 25.31 - Exhibit 01

Support Dispatcher (EDSD) 25.17 - Exhibit 01

Supply Unit Leader (SPUL) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

Support Branch Director (SUBD) 25.15 - Exhibit 01

25 - Exhibit 01--Continued
Index to Positions and Qualifications
Position (Acronym) Cross-reference to Exhibit in 5109.17,

Chapter 20 for Position Qualification

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Take-Off and Landing Coordinator (TOLC) 25.13 - Exhibit 01

Task Force Leader (TFLD) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Time Unit Leader (TIME) 25.16 - Exhibit 01

Tool and Equipment Specialist (TESP) 25.33 - Exhibit 01

Tractor/Plow Boss (Single Resource) (TRPB) 25.12 - Exhibit 01

Tractor/Plow Operator Initial Attack (TPL1) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Tractor/Plow Operator with Supervision (TRPS) 25.34 - Exhibit 01

Training Specialist (TNSP) 25.14 - Exhibit 01

Weather Observer (WOBS) 25.35 - Exhibit 01

25.1 - Incident Command System, Skills and Expanded Dispatch Position Qualifications.
25.11 - Command and General Staff Positions.
25.11 - Exhibit 01
Command and General Staff Position Qualifications

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