South Australian Country Fire Service Promotions Unit
Raising awareness of the roles, training and activities of 14,475 CFS Volunteers state-wide
Saturday, May 25, 2013
A Command vehicle is used at incidents to provide a Control and Command point for the Officer in Charge, Sector Commander or Strike Team Leader.
Generally, command vehicles are 4 wheel drive, and do not carry any water for firefighting, although there are some command vehicles that carry small amounts of water for firefighting purposes.
Command vehicles carry a range of equipment, used in the planning and coordination of a wide range of incidents.
Equipment carried in a Command vehicle may include:
Additional equipment may be carried, depending on the requirement of individual brigades / groups.
Please Note: The above information is provided as an example of a typical appliance of this type. Actual equipment and configuration of appliances may vary to suit requirements of the station to which it belongs.
This Information was provided by the
SACFS Promotions Unit