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APPENDIX C

MUTUAL AID INVENTORY

CHAPTER TITLE PAGE
   
1 Mutual Aid Inventory - Criteria …………………………... Page 02
2 Pumpers …………………………………….…………... Page 03
3 Foam Pumpers ………………………………………….. Page 06
4 Telesquirts ………………………………….…………... Page 09
5 Aerial Platforms ………………………………………….. Page 11
6 Quick Response Units ………………………………….. Page 12
7 Foam Tankers …………………………………..………… Page 13
8 Water Tankers …………………………………..………… Page 14
9 Bulk Foam Supplies …………………………………….. Page 15
10 Specialized Equipment ………………………………….. Page 16

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1. MUTUAL AID INVENTORY - CRITERIA:  
   
   
1.1 This is a mutual aid inventory of all emergency apparatus and equipment available to CVECO members for plant emergencies.
   
1.2 The inventory consists of apparatus and equipment that can be released by a CVECO member without compromising the safety of their own site.
   
1.3 If an emergency exists at the owner’s site, the apparatus may not be available to other members.
   
1.4 In some cases, not all the listed apparatus is available at one time. A decision must be made by the CVECO member requesting the equipment as to which piece is most applicable to their emergency.
   
- If a CVECO member has response equipment out of services for a significant amount of time they should notify other CVECO members by e-mail. Noting the length of time the equipment will be out of service.
   
1.5 In addition, not all-municipal equipment is listed. Only apparatus suitable for an industrial response is shown. If additional municipal equipment is required by industry, the request will go through the municipal Incident Commander in the area the event is in.
   
1.6 Rather than listing the apparatus and equipment by owner, it is listed by type to make the task of finding the appropriate piece easier.
   
1.7 Next to the equipment listing will be information regarding water pump capacity, water or foam tank size, foam type and the equipment owner.
   
1.8 Please ensure that the list is kept current. If additions or revisions regarding the status or availability of your equipment please notify George Hatfield of Suncor (Reference Appendix A - Participants & Representatives)
   
Note: Note that all flow and volume information is given in metric and US measurements.

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2. PUMPERS
PICTURE & IDENTIFICATION WATER OWNER
  PUMP (USGPM) TANK (USG)  
Engine 1 1,500 500 Chief Richard Boyes
  L/MIN LITRES  
  5,685 (Class A & B foam system) 1,900  
Engine 3 1,500 500  
  L/MIN LITRES  
  5,685 (Class A & B foam system) 1,900  
Engine 4 1,250 500  
  L/MIN LITRES  
  4,730 1,900  
No 23 (Corunna) 1,800 1,000 Chief Roy Dewhirst
  L/MIN LITRES  
  5,685 8,000  
No. 31 (Courtright) 1500 800 Chief Roy Dewhirst
  L/MIN LITRES  
  5,685 8,000  
No 38 (Courtright) 1,250 1,000  
  L/MIN LITRES  
  4,730 3,800  
No 11 (Brigden) 1,000 1,000  
  L/MIN LITRES  
  3,800 3,800  
No 54 (Port Lambton) 1,500 800  
  L/MIN LITRES  
  5,685 3,000  
       
No 43 (Wilksport) 1,250 800 Chief Roy Dewhirst
  L/MIN LITRES  
  4,770 3,000  
Pumper Rescue # 2 1,250 500
  L/MIN LITRES  
  4,730 1,890  
Pumper #1 840 500  
  L/MIN LITRES  
  3,180 1,890  

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3. FOAM PUMPERS
PICTURE & IDENTIFICATION WATER FOAM OWNER
  PUMP (USGPM) TANK (USG) TYPE TANK (USG)  
#175 1,250 N/A AR FFFP 1000 Walt Fraser
  L/MIN     LITRES  
  4,730     3,790  
#49 840 N/A AR FFFP 150  
  L/MIN     LITRES  
  3,180     570  
Tanker 2 1000 N/A AFFF ATC 1,500 Doug Martin
  L/MIN     LITRES  
  3,800     5,685  
#2 1.800 N/A AFFF 1,000 Tom Cooper
  L/MIN     LITRES  
  7,000     3,800  
SCRS Pumper 1,000 N/A AFFF 500 Justin Hagen
  L/MIN     LITRES  
  3,785     1,895  
Pumper #4 1,250 N/A AFFF ATC 1,000 Gord Peters
  L/MIN     LITRES  
  4,770     3,785  
R189 1,500 N/A AFFF 1,200 Geoff Clarke
  L/MIN     LITRES  
  5,685     4,550  
R258 1,250 N/A AFFF 1000  
  L/MIN     LITRES  
  4,770     3,785  
FT1 1,500 N/A AFFF ATC 1,200 George Hatfield
  L/MIN     LITRES  
  5,685     4,550  

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4. TELESQUIRTS
PICTURE & IDENTIFICATION AERIAL LADDER (FT) WATER FOAM OWNER
    PUMP (USGPM) TANK (USG) TYPE TANK (USG)  
Engine 5 50 1,800 500 NA N/A Chief Richard Boyes
    L/MIN LITRES      
    7,000 1,900      
Engine 2 50 1,800 500 NA N/A  
    L/MIN LITRES      
    7,000 1,900      
Ladder 1 75 1,800   AFFF ATC 1,300 Doug Martin
    L/MIN LITRES   LITRES  
    7,000     4,925  
#1 54’ 1,000   AFFF ATC 800 Tom Cooper
    L/MIN LITRES   LITRES  
    3.800     3,000  
#3 54’ 1,500   AFFF 1,000 Tom Cooper
    L/MIN LITRES   LITRES  
    7,000     3,800  
No 21 (Corunna) 75’ 1,250 400 N/A   Chief Roy Dewhirst
    L/MIN LITRES   LITRES  
    4,730 1,500      
    L/MIN     LITRES  
    3,800     1,895  
FT 4 75 1,800 N/A AFFF ATC 500 George Hatfield
    L/MIN     LITRES  
    6,800     1,900  

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5. AERIAL PLATFORMS
PICTURE & IDENTIFICATION AERIAL LADDER (FT) WATER FOAM OWNER
    PUMP (USGPM) TANK (USG) TYPE TANK (USG)  
Ladder 4 104 2000 350 N/A N/A Chief Richard Boyes
    L/MIN LITRES      
    7,600 1,325      

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6. QUICK RESPONSE UNITS
PICTURE & IDENTIFICATION DRY CHEMICAL FOAM OWNER
  TANK (LBS) TYPE TANK (USG) TYPE  
#3 450 Purple-K BC Rated 100 Pre-mixed 3% solution AFFF ATC Gord Peters
  KILOS   LITRES    
  205   380    
FT 6 1000 Purple-K BC Rated 250 Pre-mixed 6% solution AFFF ATC George Hatfield
  KILOS   LITRES    
  454   950    

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7. FOAM TANKERS
PICTURE & IDENTIFICATION FOAM OWNER
  TYPE TANK (USG) PUMP SIZE  
#91 AFFF 1,800 150 Tom Cooper
    LITRES L/MIN  
    6,800 570  
R257 AFFF 2000 N/A Geoff Clarke
    LITRES L/MIN  
    7,600    
FT 3 AFFF ATC 1400 N/A George Hatfield
    LITRES L/MIN  
    5,300    

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8. WATER TANKERS
PICTURE & IDENTIFICATION WATER OWNER
  TANK (USG) PUMP SIZE  
Tanker 4 1,800 650 Chief Richard Boyes
  LITRES L/MIN  
  6,800 2,460  
No 12 (Brigden) 1,800 300 Chief Roy Dewhirst
  LITRES L/MIN  
  6,800 1,140  

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9. BULK FOAM SUPPLIES
TYPE TOTAL AMOUNT CONTAINER OWNER
  USG LITRES USG LITRES  
AR FFFP 500 1,900 500 1,895 Walt Fraser
      Trailer - 2.5” connections  
AR FFFP 1,000 3,800 55 208  
      Drums  
AFFF ATC 5,000 18,900 290 1,100 Doug Martin
      Tote tanks with 1.5" Kamlock connections  
AFFF 2,640 10,005 55 208 Tom Cooper
      Drums  
AR AFFF 12,190 46,200 290 1,100 Gord Peters
      42 tote tanks 1.5" connections  
AFFF ATC 290 1,100 290 1,100 Justin Hagen
      Tote tank  
AFFF 330 1,250 55 208  Geoff Clarke
      Drums  
AFFF ATC 2,325 8,800 290 1,100 George Hatfield
      Tote tanks 1.5" Kamlock connections  
TOTAL 24,275 92,000  

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10. SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
PICTURE & IDENTIFICATION DESCRIPTION OWNER
Rescue 306 Ambulance Assorted medical equipment including defibrillator Doug Martin
Terminator Foam cannon 3,000 usgpm / 11,350 lpm 4” Supply hose x 1,500 ft 5” “ “ x 1,000 ft Tom Cooper
Lighting Unit (Brigden) Lighting Unit Chief Roy Dewhirst
No 25 (Corunna) Support Unit SCBA’s & Extrication equipment  
Terminator l (x 2) Foam cannons (2) 2,000 usgpm / 7,570 lpm 5” Supply hose x 1000 ft Gord Peters
Rescue 1 Rescue Unit. High angle / confined space / water & ice Extrication equipment Thermal imaging camera Chief Richard Boyes
Command Post Municipal Command Post (Sarnia) Computer & communications equipment  
Hired Gun Foam cannon 2000 usgpm Geoff Clarke
Helicopter C-GXSE Helicopter: Registration: C-GXSE Call Letters: (C) Charlie (G) Golf (X) X-Ray (S) Sierra (E) Echo Type: Bell 206 Long Ranger Seating: Maximum of 6 passengers with one pilot (7 place total) Cruise Speed: 135 MPH Endurance: 3 hours with full fuel Gross Weight:: 4000 pounds Empty Weight: 2482 pounds Useful Weight: 1518 pounds (a combination of everything put on board the helicopter) Glen Volrath
Chemicals Recovery Vehicle Air Conditioned Rehab Unit Fully loaded with ER Appliances/Applicators 4~SCBA's 8~Spare cylinders Room for 4 responders with air packs Ron Lebel