wiki:BluePrint/SAFIRE/UseCases

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SAFIRE USE CASES

Overview

The page elaborates on the specific use cases and user stories, mainly for the developers and testers.

Use Cases

Call Center manages:

Event scale #Reports #Teams Activities Example
Small Single Single receives call and initiates an incident report
dispatches first-response team and updates event information
incident is contained, report is updated, and event is closed
SAR 2 teenagers missing in park
Medium Single Multiple receives call and initiates an incident report
dispatches first-response team and updates event information
dispatch additional response teams and updates report
incident is contained, report is updated, and event is closed
Example 2
Large Multiple Multiple receives call and initiates an incident report
dispatches first-response team and updates event information
more and more calls are received and incident reports are initiated,
Call center alerts EOC Commander and event is taken over by Operations Unit
Call center continues to record multiple reports and assigns to the same event
Example 3

Operations Unit manages:

Event SOP task lists Resource status Planning actions Logistics actions
Common Defined Available NA NA
Common Defined Unavailable NA Find new resources and deliver
Uncommon Undefined Available Plan new tasks and required resources NA
Uncommon Undefined Unavailable Plan new tasks and required resources Find new resources and deliver

User Stories

Search and Rescue

"Two hikers are reported missing in a national park; managing SAR."

  1. A concerned parent, at 6pm, calls the emergency Call Center hotline: 112 to report two missing teenagers
  2. The 112 Call Center staff opens a new incident report log to log the the case
  3. The call center staff selects event type = missing person
  4. Upon selecting the event type, the SOP standard questions are displayed
    1. Q: Who am I speaking with? A: Mrs. Renuka Arambepola (mother)
    2. Q: How can we contact you? A: 01125552121
    3. Q: What is your request? A: "My son: Mahela Jayathilekke (17 year, 150m) and his friend Anura Sangakkara (17 year, 160m) went hiking. They left home at 9am in the morning. Supposed to return home at 2pm. They haven't called and I cannot get through to their mobile 07654442121. I am worried. They said they were hiking to Kinrinda lake"
  5. Thereafter, the Call Center staff adds the following information in the same form:
    1. Event = two teenagers missing in Hanttana national park
    2. Immediate need = dispatch a search and rescue team to the area.
  6. Call Center staff:
    1. tells the mother that she will call her back.
    2. contacts the Park Ranger's Office to relay the incident; they:
      1. immediately dispatch a SAR team;
      2. share the Commander's name and contact information
      3. confirm the area name
    3. updates the:
      1. location using the geocode to auto-draw a polygon (if no geocode, will manually draw polygon)
      2. the Commander contact detail
    4. sends an SMS with the summary and URL of the incident report to the Commander
    5. telephones the mother to inform her that a SAR team has been dispatched and shares the Commanders contact details.
  7. Commander:
    1. updates the Call Center every 15 minutes with location and status
    2. after 1.5 hours, the SAR team finds the two teenagers and updates the Call Center with
      1. location and status
      2. health condition = in good health
      3. evacuation plan = hike out, ETA 45 min
  8. Call Center staff:
    1. updates the incident report
    2. calls the mother to inform her of the evacuation plan
    3. after the teenagers are back in parent's custody, the case is closed

Explosion & Major Fire

"an explosion at a large hazardous material factory has caused a major fire with casualties"

  1. A large hazardous material factory explosion is reported to the Call Center. Police, Fire, and Ambulatory Services are dispatched to the scene. The EOC issues a Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear (CBRN) SMS/Cell Broadcast alert targeting the population in and around the location to evacuate the area. EOC coordinates with CBRN Specialists and First-Responders to contain the incident and continues to update the situation-information.
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