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NorthWest Interagency Incident Management Team #13
Planning Section Staff


Darrin HendersonDarrin Henderson, Planning Section Chief

Benton County Fire District #1, Captain
Kennewick, Washington

 

Works under the direction of the Incident Commander at a member of Command and General Staff to coordinate and plan all fire activities. Helps supervise the planning section.


Laurie Burgval, Resource Unit Leader
Washington State DNR
Region

 

Responsible for establishing incident check-in, preparing and processing resource status changes, preparing and maintaining displays - charts and lists reflecting current status and location of supression resources, transportation and support vehicles; and maintaining a master check in list of resources assigned to the incident. This includes the development of the daily Incident Action Plan, demobilization of Resources and maintaining documentation for the Incident while maintaining a positive and safe work environment.


Meredith Butcher, Resource Unit Leader

Gifford Pinchot NationalForest
Trout Laket, Washington



Under the direction of the Resource Unit Leader, learns processes forestablishing incident check-in, preparing and processing resource status changes, preparing and maintaining displays - charts and lists reflecting current status and location of supression resources, transportation and support vehicles; and maintaining a master check in list of resources assigned to the incident. This includes the development of the daily Incident Action Plan, demobilization of Resources and maintaining documentation for the Incident while maintaining a positive and safe work environment.



Sandy Hoffman, Status Check-in Recorder

USDA Forest Service
PSICC
Everett, Washington

 

Status / Check-in Recorders ensure that all resources assigned to an incident are accounted for. Also responsible for assisting others within the Planning Organization.



Scott BlystoneScott Blystone, Situation Unit Leader

Spokane County Fire District #9
Mead, Washington

 

Maintains fire records, prepares 209, prepares fire history map, current status of fire, provides maps that are requested or needed.


Michelle Ellis

 Situation Unit Leader (Trainee)


 

Works under the direction of the Situation Unit Leader to help maintain fire records, prepare 209s, prepare fire history maps, current status of fires, and provide maps that are requested or needed.


Laura BacklundLaura Backlund, Demobilization Unit Leader

USDA Forest Service - AD (Retired)
Carson, Washington

 

The Demobilization Unit Leader is responsible for demobilizing incident personnel and resources, records and tracks those resources the whereabouts of all re-assigned resources and coordinates travel home and travel arrangements for personnel who need them.


Dave Johnson, Computer Technical Specialist

Information Technology Coordinator
Olympic Region, Washington State Department of Natural Resources
Forks, Washington

 

Provides information technology equipment, support, coordination and services for the entire incident.


matt perryMatt Perry, Computer Technical Specialist (Trainee)

Sylviculturist
Olympic Region, Washington State Department of Natural Resources
Port Angeles, Washington

 

Provides information technology equipment, support, coordination and services for the entire incident.


carol smithCarol Smith, GIS Technical Specialist

GIS Specialist
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
Enumclaw, Washington

 

Provides GIS technology support, coordination and services for the entire incident.


Dean WarnerDean Warner Fire Behavior Analyst

Washington State Department of Natural Resources
Sedro Woolley, Washington

 

Projects and provides weather and fire behavior information to all incident personnel.


UTF,Training Specialist

 

 


Documents and reports to home units the training and experience of all firefighting personnel at incidents. Reviews taskbooks and provides necessary guidance for the completion of taskbook elements.


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