• 1. Are lights and sirens operable on all emergency response vehicles?

  • 2. Do emergency response vehicles operate at "safe" speeds?

  • 3. Is the Fire Chief the "On-Scene Commander" of emergency response vehicles?

  • 4. Is the control tower in control of all airfield emergency response vehicles?

  • 5. Do secondary response vehicles (Safety, Base OPS) r specifically requested agencies (FOD sweepers, CE Environmental) arrive "on-scene" in a timely manner?

  • 6. Are the emergency response vehicles equipped with portable radios? Does the On-Scene Commander or Fire Chief establish proper communication with the event aircraft?

  • 7. Do all personnel responding to event aircraft wear proper PPE when entering aircraft vicinity?

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