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Standard Operating Guidelines help the fire and rescue agencies of Shenandoah County and their personnel know the expected course of action during administrative, non-emergency, and emergency activities.

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STANDARD OPERATING GUIDELINESEFFECTIVE
Section 1: Rules And Regulations
1.1 Equal Employment01/01/06
1.2 Disciplinary Actions12/05/05
1.3 Greivance Policy01/01/06
1.4 Leave Management12/17/12
1.5 Sick Leave12/17/12
1.6 Resignation01/01/06
1.7 Shift Substitutions12/17/12
1.8 Transfer Request01/01/06
1.9 Physical Fitness05/29/07
1.11 Performance Expectations01/01/06
1.12 Grooming08/15/08
1.13 Uniforms04/16/13
1.14 Work hours12/17/12
1.15 Outside Employment01/01/06
1.16 Employees Serving As Volunteers01/01/06
1.17 Harassment03/20/01
1.18 Controlled Substances03/20/01
1.20 Felony Guidelines12/15/08
Section 2: General Administration
2.2 Battalion Designations07/01/04
2.3 Written Communications02/18/10
2.4 Station Log Books04/21/08
2.5 Station Duties03/01/08
Section 3: Risk Management
3.2 Occupational Health And Safety Program03/20/01
3.3 Safety Officer Committee10/16/01
3.4 Company Safety Officer03/20/01
3.5 Occupational Exposure Prevention01/01/06
3.7 Minor Participation06/18/07
3.8 Claims Reporting12/16/03
3.10 Injury And Exposure10/16/01
3.11 Tobacco Policy01/18/06
3.12 Fire Rescue Vehicle Accidents04/21/08
3.13 A Volunteer Injury Claim Reporting12/17/12
3.13 B Career Injury Claim Reporting01/01/13
3.14 Volunteer Dr Care06/16/08
3.15 Rehab08/15/10
3.16 Toxic Exposure08/15/10
3.17 Fire Rescue Facility Safety Self Inspection06/17/13
Section 4: Public Information and Education
4.6 Media Releases12/20/10
Section 5: Building Inspection/Code Enforcement
5.3 Countywide Preplan Review04/01/04
5.4 Emergency Services Site Plan Requirements10/01/08
5.5 Building Inspection Code Enforcement07/26/07
5.6 Incident Restitution09/20/10
5.7 Assisting Fire Investigators09/20/10
5.8 Prohibited Burns02/01/06
5.9 Land Clearing and Structure Burn Guidelines02/14/06
5.10 Fire Lane and Special Access Markings07/26/07
5.11 Key Boxes06/16/08
Section 6: Apparatus And Equipment
6.1 ATV 1008/01/04
6.2 SERV 1007/01/04
6.3 Apparatus Names And Definitions04/13/04
6.4 Minimum Equipment List For Trucks01/13/04
6.5 Minimum Equipment List for Squads01/13/04
6.6 Minimum Equipment List for Engines01/13/04
6.7 Programming Communications Equipment03/07/04
6.10 Cellular Phone Use04/20/05
6.11 Portable Radios12/18/06
6.12 Apparatus Repairs06/16/08
Section 7: Operations
7.1 Operating Emergency Vehicles07/12/08
      7.1a Member Acknowledgement12/01/03
7.2 Incident Command07/01/04
7.3 Incident Command Vest Systems11/16/04
7.4 Incident Safety05/19/04
7.5 Mayday Operations11/16/04
7.6 Personal Protective Clothing09/21/02
7.7 PPE For Controlled Burns09/17/03
7.8 Standard Apparatus Response Guide04/21/08
7.9 Apparatus Response On Box Alarms04/18/05
7.10 Operating Conditions04/15/13
7.11 Helicopter Operations02/20/06
7.12 Requesting VDOT04/18/05
7.13 Marking Abandoned Vehicles02/21/05
7.14 Staging Apparatus02/21/05
7.15 Staff Duty Officer02/01/13
7.16 Ride-A-Long01/14/08
7.17 Marking Staffing With Response04/21/08
7.18 Emergency Response Guidelines09/15/08
7.19 POV Response07/19/10
7.20 CHEMPACK Deployment12/17/12
7.21 Save and Significant Incident Notifications4/15/13
Section 8: Suppression, EMS, Haz-Mat, Technical Rescue
8.1 Structure Fires04/17/06
8.2 EMS Operations02/16/09
8.3 Drug Box Policy10/01/06
8.9 Highway Operations04/17/06
Section 9: Training
9.3 Training RequestProposed
9.4 Qualifications For Pumper Driver Operator07/16/06
9.5 Qualifications For Aerial Driver Operator07/17/06
9.6 Qualifications For Driver Operator Specialty Unit07/17/06
9.7 Online Training Program10/19/07
9.10 Compensation For Training01/07/07



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