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Radio Communications

 

Statewide Radio Communications Polices / Bulletins:

CAL FIRE Safety Communication 2015-02: 2015 Tactical Air to Ground Assignment Changes Update, March 23, 2015

CAL FIRE Safety Communication 2015-01:  2015 Tactical Air to Ground Frequencies

Operations Bulletin #28 – VFIRE Frequencies-Radio Communications, California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, January 2015

 

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Monterey County Communications:

Monterey County Fire Service 2018 Radio Frequency Load – V3

Monterey County Fire Service Radio Communications Fleet Mapping, effective June 1, 2018

FIRE COMM Feedback Form – Monterey County

Monterey County Fire Service Radio Communications – Analog Overlay Tower Locations – June 22, 2013

Monterey County Fire Service Radio Communications – Tower Coverage Map – June 22, 2013

Monterey County Fire Service Radio Communications – Portable Coverage Site Color Code – June 22, 2013

Monterey County Fire Service Radio Communications – County Fire Analog Overlay Tower Locations / Frequencies – June 24, 2013

Monterey County Fire Service Radio Communications – Training Video: Analog Overlay Concept – June 24, 2013

 

Monterey County Communications Websites:

Monterey NGEN (Next Generation) Network – Report an Issue

Monterey County Emergency Communications

ALERT Monterey County

Salinas Fire Department – Command 5390

 

Radio Communications Documents:

FIRESCOPE – Multi-Agency Coordination System – Radio Communications Guidelines – MACS 441-1, March 2018

CALCORD – California On-Scene Emergency Coordination, CAL OES, March 2016

Voice Radio Communications Guide for the Fire Service – FEMA, June 2016

Firefighter Safety and Radio Communication

Radio Communications for the Fire Service – 2005

Fireground Radio Communications and Firefighter Safety – March 1996

Case Study: Monterey County Emergency Communications Department – March 2008

10 Code or “Clear Text” – Bill Gabbert, December 1, 2009

California Emergency Services Radio System (CERS) Mountain Top Repeater Sites and Tones – March 8, 2013

4 Skills for Better Radio Communication, Oct. 16, 2012

Portable Radio Communications on the Fireground, May 24, 2012

Radio Procedures, January 31, 1997

 

Federal Radio Communications Updates:

FCC – Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau – VHF / UHF Narrowbanding Information

 

Communications Websites / Links:

California Fire Chiefs Association – Communications

National Emergency Alert Notification System

Wireless Priority Service – Department of Homeland Security

Government Emergency Telecommunications Service – Department of Homeland Security

FIRSTNET – First Responder Network Authority

Santa Cruz Regional 911

 

Salinas Fire Department Command 5390 operating during a wildland training exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett on June 21, 2013.