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ASTM F1848-98(2012)

ASTM F1848-98(2012)

Standard Classification for Search and Rescue Dog Crew/Teams

Fecha:
2014-05-19 /Historical
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Abstract:

This classification aids search and rescue managers in ordering resources for search and rescue incidents and to aid dog handlers in communicating the types of tasks for which they and their dogs have trained. This classification is intended as a supplement to the resource typing specifications of the Incident Command System and specifically as a means of typing search and rescue dog resources and is suitable for classifying dog resources for a wide variety of emergency management purposes including both search and rescue and law enforcement incidents. This classification does not attempt to put forth standards of performance or training for dogs or their handlers. Search and rescue dog under this classification is either Type I or Type II, based upon whether or not the dog can effectively discriminate between the human scent of different individuals. Kind classifications of SAR dog resources are based upon the specific tasks for which dogs are deployed and include: Kind A, area search dog; Kind B, avalanche search dog; Kind C, cadaver search dog; Kind D, disaster/collapsed structure search dog; Kind E, evidence search dog; Kind F, railing search dog; Kind G, tracking search dog; and Kind H, water search.

Scope:

1.1 This classification aids search and rescue managers in ordering dog crew/team resources for search and rescue incidents and to aid dog handlers in communicating the types of tasks for which they and their dogs have trained.

1.2 This classification is intended as a supplement to the resource typing specifications of the Incident Command System and specifically as a means of typing search and rescue dog resources.

1.3 This classification is suitable for classifying dog resources for a wide variety of emergency management purposes including both search and rescue and law enforcement incidents.

1.4 This classification does not attempt to put forth standards of performance or training for dogs or their handlers. This is the responsibility of local agencies responsible for utilizing the resource.

Keywords:
incident command system; resource typing; search dogs; Classification (standards); Dog training; Incident command system (ICS); SAR (search and rescue) operations; Search dogs; Terminology--medical/surgical systems/applications
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