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2003 NWCG Contract Resource Package

Incident Behavior

Common Responsibilities
Volunteers and Single Resource Casual Hires

Inappropriate Behavior:

It is extremely important that inappropriate behavior be recognized and dealt with promptly. Inappropriate behavior is all forms of harassment including sexual and racial harassment. Harassment in any form will not be tolerated. When you observe or hear of inappropriate behavior you should:

  • Inform and educate subordinates of their rights and responsibilities.
    * Tell the harasser to stop the offensive conduct.

  • Provide support to the victim.
  • Report the incident to your supervisor and the individuals' supervisor, if the behavior continues. Disciplinary action may be necessary.
  • Develop appropriate corrective measures.
  • Document inappropriate behavior and report it to the appropriate incident manager or agency official.
  • While working in and around private property, recognize and respect all private property.

Drugs and Alcohol:

  • Non-prescription unlawful drugs and alcohol are not permitted at the incident. Possession or use of these substances will result in disciplinary action.
  • During off-incident rest periods, personnel are responsible for proper conduct and maintenance of fitness for duty. Drug or alcohol abuse resulting in unfitness for duty will result in disciplinary action.
  • Be a positive role model. Do not be involved with drug or alcohol abuse.
  • Report any observed drug or alcohol abuse to your supervisor.

I have read and understand the above described incident behavior responsibilities:



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