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Standard Operating Procedures

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​​​​​​​​​​​ Standard operating procedures encompass the administration, operations, training, safety, fire prevention, apparatus, and equipment aspects of the fire department including but not limited to organizational authority and structure, expectations, and pre-determined operational engagement instructions for emergency operations.

AAFD Box Alarm Cards 2021 August.pdf
Pump Operations & Hydraulic Reference.pdf

1 - Administration

1.02 Governance Documents.pdf
1.03 Administrative Notification.pdf
1.04 Media Relations.pdf
1.05 Hydrant Use.pdf
1.06 Legal Request.pdf
1.07 Purchasing.pdf
1.08 Ride-Along.pdf
1.08 Ride-Along Form.pdf 
1.9 Recognition 
1.10 Telestaff.pdf 
1.11 Appearance and Uniform.pdf
1.12 Emergency City Coverage.pdf
1.14 Station Duties.pdf 
1.15 Administration of Equalized Overtime.pdf 
1.16 Operations Staffing.pdf

​2- Safety and Training

2.1 Respiratory Protection
2.02 Driver Safety.pdf 
2.03 Hearing Conservation.pdf
2.04 Power Lockout.pdf
2.05 Personal Protective Equipment.pdf 
2.06 Training.pdf 
2.07 Driver Operator Training.pdf
2.08 Occupational Injury and Incident Reporting.pdf
2.09 Live Fire Training.pdf 
2.10 Occupational Medical Surveillance.pdf 

3 - Incident Management, Fireground, and Routine Operations

3.01 Deployment.pdf
3.02 Establishing Command.pdf
3.03 Situation Evaluation.pdf
3.04 Strategy and Incident Action Plan.pdf
3.05 Communications.pdf
3.06 Organization.pdf
3.07 Review, Evaluate, Revise.pdf
3.08 Continue, Support & Terminate Command.pdf
3.09 Rule of Air Management.pdf
3.10 High-Rise Fire Operations.pdf
3.11 Flammable Gas Incident.pdf
3.12 Traffic Incident Management.pdf
3.13 Air Monitoring.pdf
3.14 Incident Response.pdf
3.15 Mayday.pdf 
3.16 Vehicle Fire.pdf 
3.17 Downed Power Line Energized Electrical Equipment.pdf
3.18 Carbon Monoxide Incident.pdf
3.19 Police Assistance (FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY)
3.20 Requesting Highway Tow Services.pdf​​

4 - Fire Prevention 

4.1 Incident Reporting.pdf
4.2 Fire Watch.pdf
4.2 Fire Watch Form
4.3 Automatic Fire Alarms 
4.05 Fire Prevention On-Call Scheduling.pdf
4.6 Fire Inspector Activity Log
4.7 Fire Inspections
4.08 Building Dept Notification.pdf

​5- Emergency Medical Services

5.01 Infectious Disease Exposure Control Plan.pdf
5.02 Biohazard Clean-Up.pdf
5.03 Safe Delivery of Newborns.pdf
5.04 Glucose Monitor.pdf

6 - Special Operations

​6.01 Rescue Task Force (FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY)
6.02 Confined Space Rescue.pdf 
6.03 Vehicle Extrication.pdf 
6.04 Water Rescue.pdf 
6.05 Hazardous Materials Response.pdf 
6.06 Washtenaw County Hazardous Materials Response Team.pdf 
6.07 Elevator Rescue.pdf
6.08 Michigan Stadium (FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY)
6.09 Washtenaw County Technical Rescue Team Response.pdf 
6.10 MABAS Deployment.pdf

7 - Apparatus, Facilities, and Equipment​
7.01 Rope.pdf 
7.02 Incident Apparatus Fueling.pdf
​​7.03 Outdoor Warning System (FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY)
7.04 Radio Communications.pdf 
7.05 Hoseloads and Pump Operations.pdf 
7.06 Utility 1-1.pdf

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Non-emergency dispatch

734.994.2911

General Information

734.794.6961​

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