The Emergency Scene Fire Simulation generally accounts for the highest point allocation in the testing process. The key information you need to be successful in the emergency scene simulation portion is contained within this section.
The Emergency Scene Simulation component of a fire assessment center commonly contains static scenarios, dynamic scenarios, presentation scenarios, or all the above. In the AFO Emergency Scene Simulations section, a simulation is first managed as a dynamic scenario, with units responding verbally to the Incident Commander on the radio, then as a static scenario with no radio traffic. The incident commander explains how he or she would manage the incident. The presentation scenario is managed by the candidate reviewing the materials provided (dispatch run sheet, plot plan, scenario picture) and presenting how he or she would manage the incident with no radio traffic.