LRTC Emergency Response Team|
Incident Support Unit 1
Note: This is Part Two of a resource document that begins on Part One where the context is explained.
Interior Equipment and Supplies
Interior Cabinet 1:
Top: Safety Officer helmet and vests, halters.
Bottom: Air For Paws (inside use) and Air for Paws (field kit).
Interior Cabinet 2:
Top: Spare helmets, reflective vests.
Bottom: Paper plates, reflective vests, jab stick sheath, pillow.
Interior Cabinet 3:
Small office supplies: pens, pencils, dry erase and permanent markers.
Interior Cabinet 4:
Infection control supplies: gloves, sanitizers, heavy paper towels.
Interior Cabinet 5:
Additional gloves, N95 masks, kettle, heating saucepan.
Interior Cabinet 6:
Toilet tissue, Styrofoam cups, paper towels, canned meat, Kleenex, cutlery, napkins, Ziploc bags.
Interior Cabinet 7 (Interior access):
Top: Towels and padding, Light wands and flashlights, evac kit.
Center: Brush fire jackets, rain jacket, foal medical bag
Lower: Bulk water, beverage service, nutrition.
Interior Cabinet 8:
Emergency foal supplies (Electrolytes, enemas, iodine, bottled water), bulk dressing.
Interior Cabinet 9:
Foal-Lac, antiseptic, vet wrap, Kerlix.
(Under the cabinet in gray slide box: Dan-Inject Jab Stick.)
Behind Captain's chair:
Broom, folding chairs, cold box, fire extinguisher.
"Evac Supplies" compartment:
Animal relocation forms, ICS Forms, safety whistles, glow sticks, phone books, counter brush, dust pan.
Bench seat compartment:
Spare oxygen cylinders, regulator, valve key, horse blanket (not shown).
Ceiling over bench seat:
Boat hook, cattle marking stick.
Inside rear doors:
OSHA first aid kit.
The training information presented in these information sheets and guides is offered for illustrative and volunteer refresher purposes only. It is not a substitute for actual hands-on training.
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