Hawaii Statewide ITS Architecture

Element Expanded Functional Requirements: Local Fire

Functional Area: Emergency Response Management
  1. The center shall provide strategic emergency response capabilities provided by an Emergency Operations Center for large-scale incidents and disasters.
  2. The center shall manage coordinated inter-agency responses to and recovery from large-scale emergencies. Such agencies include traffic management, transit, maintenance and construction management, rail operations, and other emergency management agencies.
  3. The center shall provide the capability to implement response plans and track progress through the incident by exchanging incident information and response status with allied agencies.
  4. The center shall develop, coordinate with other agencies, and store emergency response plans.
  5. The center shall track the availability of resources and coordinate resource sharing with allied agency centers including traffic, maintenance, or other emergency centers.
  6. The center shall allocate the appropriate emergency services, resources, and vehicle (s) to respond to incidents, and shall provide the capability to override the current allocation to suit the special needs of a current incident.
  7. The center shall receive event scheduling information from Event Promoters.
  8. The center shall support remote control of field equipment normally under control of the traffic management center including traffic signals, dynamic message signs, gates, and barriers.
  9. The center shall provide the capability to remotely control and monitor CCTV systems normally operated by a traffic management center.
  10. The center shall provide the capability to request transit resource availability from transit centers for use during disaster and evacuation operations.
  11. The center shall assimilate the damage assessment of the transit, traffic, rail, maintenance, and other emergency center services and systems to create an overall transportation system status, and disseminate to each of these centers and the traveling public via traveler information providers.
  12. The center shall provide information to the media concerning the status of an emergency response.
  13. The center shall provide the capability for digitized map data to act as the background to the information presented to the emergency system operator.
  14. The center shall provide the capability for center personnel to provide inputs to the management of incidents, disasters and evacuations.
  15. The center shall collect information about the status of the recovery efforts for the infrastructure during disasters.
  16. The center shall provide the overall status of infrastructure recovery efforts to traveler information providers and media.
  17. The center shall provide the capability to communicate information about emergency situations to local population through the Emergency Telecommunications System.
  18. The center shall provide the capability to identify neighborhoods and businesses that should be informed of an emergency situation based on information collected about incidents including their severity, impacted locations, and recovery schedule.
  19. The center shall retrieve information from public health systems to increase preparedness for, and implement a response to biological, chemical, radiation, and other public health emergencies.
  20. The center shall manage coordinated inter-agency responses to incidents at an international border.
Functional Area: Incident Command
  1. The center shall provide tactical decision support, resource coordination, and communications integration for Incident Commands that are established by first responders to support local management of an incident.
  2. The center shall provide incident command communications with public safety, emergency management, transportation, and other allied response agency centers.
  3. The center shall track and maintain resource information and action plans pertaining to the incident command.
  4. The center shall share incident command information with other public safety agencies including resource deployment status, hazardous material information, rail incident information, evacuation advice as well as traffic, road, and weather conditions.
  5. The center shall assess the status of responding emergency vehicles as part of an incident command.

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