Information

  • Audit Title

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • FC: Fully Capable / No risks identified

    C: Capable / Minor risks identified

    CL: Capable with Limitations / Major risks identified

1 - Command

  • IV.1.1 - Be able to perform, direct and guide IAW the TBM/OATDOEM command process in order to fulfill the assigned tasks efficiently and effectively at all times

  • IV.1.2 - Be aware of the assigned task, responsibilities and restrictions within the functional area

  • IV.1.3 - Be aware of and be able to apply the Medical Rules of Eligibility

  • IV.1.4 - Be aware of national caveats in relation to assignment

  • IV.1.5 - Ensure interoperability between hospital (niv III) and supporting elements

  • IV.1.6 - Be able to understand OPORDERS from 1-up & 2-up and translate the information into relevant company information

  • IV.1.7 - Be aware of media procedures and be able to engage with the media

  • IV.1.8 - Be able to make company oporders according to NATO standards

  • IV.1.9 - Be able to prepare and conduct (VIP) visits

2 - Control

  • IV.2.1 - Be able to control the medical, logistical and personnel related procedures within the company

  • IV.2.2 - Be able to formulate and update personelllists

  • IV.2.3 - Be aware of the location of all personnel

  • IV.2.4 - Be able to conduct a RAO and ensure procedures or measures to minimize risks

  • IV.2.5 - Be able to respond to and control a MASCAL situation

3 - Communication

  • IV.3.1 - Be able to use the available communication means

  • IV.3.2 - Be able to communicate with relevant stakeholders in the AOR (chain of command, inside base and outside base)

  • IV.3.3 - Be able to communicate with FM-9000 radio, portable radio and TITAAN

  • IV.3.4 - Be able to communicate with other levels in the AOR and other stakeholders outside base

  • IV.3.5 - Be aware of and able to formulate key messages for the company in line with national or higher commands intents or guidelines

  • IV.3.6 - Ensure information is communicated through the chain of command

  • IV.3.7 - Be aware of and be able to make the proper use of the applicable Lines of Communications (LOC)

  • IV.3.8 - Be aware of mediaprocedures and be able to communicate with the media

  • IV.3.9 - Have knowledge of who to contact and how to contact all steakholders for (planned) medical support to operations

4 - Computers

  • IV.4.1 - Ensure the availability of the required systems at all times in order to operate the system including telemedicine

  • IV.4.2 - Ensure logging of all available digital information

  • IV.4.3 - Ensure the use of a data backup system

  • IV.4.4 - Ensure the availability of backup procedures or system in order to continue operations

  • IV.4.5 - Ensure the safety of privileged data IAW the regulations in effect

  • IV.4.6 - Store, secure and maintain crypto according to SOP

  • IV.4.7 - Have an emergency procedure to destroy crypto and the replacement of it

  • IV.4.8 - Make use of the NATO naming convention

  • IV.4.9 - Be able to exchange data between TITAAN and other networks

5 - Information

  • IV.5.1 - Be able to validate/verify information

  • IV.5.2 - Be able to disseminate information effectively to all parties involved

  • IV.5.3 - Be able to exchange information within the network

  • IV.5.4 - Be able to formulate RFI's

  • IV.5.5 - Be aware of all relevant stakeholders in the AOR

6 - Security Management

  • IV.6.1 - Ensure the safety of secure data IAW the regulations in effect

  • IV.6.2 - Be aware of and able to conduct information security according to SOP

  • IV.6.3 - Be aware of and able to conduct personal security according to SOP

  • IV.6.4 - Correct classification of information and correct usage of classified information

  • IV.6.5 - Be aware of and able to conduct physical security within the hospital and CCP IAW regulations

7 - Current operations

  • IV.7.1 - Be aware of the medical footprint, the medical capabilities, capacities and limitations of all medical systems in the mission area including air, sea and ground transportation means

  • IV.7.2 - Ensure the regular update of all planned operational medical support information

  • IV.7.3 - Be able to inform the Medical Advisor and Operational Commander(s) immediately on the medical operational situation

  • IV.7.4 - Be able to advise the Medical Advisor and Operational Commander(s) immediately on patient transfer options

  • IV.7.5 - Be able to report and return on (daily)activities IAW SOP

  • IV.7.6 - Be able to prepare and maintain a current casualty disposition slide

  • IV.7.7 - Ensure the continuously update of all operational medical information

  • IV.7.8 - Be able to understand the ongoing operations in the AOR and analyse the possible impact for the medical operation

  • IV.7.9 - Be able to deduct information in the AO from and to higher levels IOT improve own situational awareness and situational understanding

8 - Planned operations

  • IV.8.1 - Be aware of the planned military operations

  • IV.8.2 - Be able to anticipate and act on changing requirements for medical support depending on the actual situation that have effect or future operations

  • IV.8.3 - Be able to advise the Medical Advisor and Operational Commander(s) on the medical support for future operations

  • IV.8.4 - Have knowledge of who to contact and how to contact all stakeholders for the planned medical support to operations

  • IV.8.5 - Be able to log and report on planned medical support activities

  • IV.8.6 - Be able to evaluate executed operational medical support plans

  • IV.8.7 - Be able to identify lessons learned and apply these to future operational medical support plans

  • IV.8.8 - Be able to advise on adaptation of medical planning

  • IV.8.9 - Ensure the regular update of all planned operational medical support information

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