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CC AGR 04-007 City Cia _EC NO. 3b/JS- Divisio~ ,JfY OF BELLEVUE ~I. . 'JATF 7 fI'~t/ Onginal 'JTERLOCAL AGREEMENT ,- lit HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE UNIT A~b"'fiH~.~;r OFF~C; ceo FILEt' I)'-v S3S d ifbs 7 tl.3-3 THIS REVISED AGREEMENT is entered into this ~-3'" day of J~ ,2004, by and between the following public agencies pursuant to the authority granted in Chapter 39.34 RCW: The cities of Bellevue, Bothell, ,Kirkland, Redmond, Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District, King County Fire District #45, Eastside Fire & Rescue, King County Fire District #27, and City ofSnoqualmie. To be considered as a Member in this Agreement, said member shall commit financial and human resources to the program as prescribed by the Joint Board, The Members ofthis Agreement will not provide this service to other responders for a fee or under contract. The City of Bellevue will be referred to herein as the Lead Agency and the other Members signatory hereto will be referred to as Members. I. Purpose. The purpose of this Agreement is to provide a basis and means for improving the quality of emergency services through development of the cooperative Hazardous Materials Response Unit as a normal function of fire protection services. 2. Joint Board - Composition and Authority. A. The Lead Agency shall be the administrative authority for operations conducted pursuant to this Agreement. A Joint Board shall be established by the Lead Agency and will be composed of one voting representative or designee from each Member agency and one non-voting Member from the Hazardous Materials Incident Team. Board Members selected should be above company-level rank. The Joint Board shall have responsibility for formulating policy, procedures and establishing annual budgets and acquiring, holding and disposing ofreal and personal property. . e B. The Joint Board shall develop and submit to the Lead Agency a two year operational budget no later than June 30 of every other year and shall: 1. Determine the annual charge per Member by use of the following formula: a = That percentage of total calls received which originated from within the Member's service area jurisdiction. b = That percentage of the total assessed valuation as reported by the appropriate County Assessor's Office of the total area served by the Hazardous Materials Response Unit which is included within the Member's service area jurisdiction. c = The total annual budgeted cost of operation of the Hazardous Materials Response Unit. a+b x c = charge to each member 2 2. Service area shall be defined as the Members service jurisdiction as established on the date of signing of this Agreement. C. The Joint Board shall meet at least quarterly to administer this Agreement. D. The Joint Board is authorized by RCW 39.34.030(4)(b) to establish a special fund with the Lead Agency's Treasurer designated "Inter-Agency Hazardous Materials Unit Fund". Such fund shall be used for the purpose of depositing each Member's annual monetary contribution as determined herein as well as any service fees, charges, donations or other contributions received and for all expenditures necessary for the annual operation and maintenance ofthe Hazardous Materials Unit. Funds accumulated in said Hazardous 2 . e Materials Unit Fund shall be utilized solely for the continued operation of the Hazardous Materials Response Unit as detennined by the Joint Board. The Joint Board may, after due consideration of operational budgets and other requirements, authorize acceptance of "in-kind" contributions from Member agencies for the purposes of funding said Member's annual cost. In-kind contributions shall be limited to equipment and/or materials necessary for the efficient operation of the Hazardous Materials Response Unit. Upon acceptance by the Joint Board of such "in-kind" contribution, the Joint Board shall become the legal owner of such items or material. 3. Lead Agencv - Duties and Responsibilities A. Shall provide administrative and secretarial support to the Joint Board. S. Agrees to bill each Member arumal on or about March I st for that Member's share of all annual sums described herein, and each Member agrees to remit payment to the Lead Agency promptly upon receipt of such billing. C. Shall file certified copies of this Agreement with its City Clerk, the King County Auditory and the Secretary of State pursuant to RCW 30.34.040, and with the Director of the State Department of Emergency Services pursuant to Chapter 172, Laws of 1982 and RCW 39.34.050. 4. Indemnification Each Member (hereinafter "the indemnifying Member"), including the Lead Agency, agrees to indemnify and hold harmless all other Members, including the Lead Agency, together with their respective representatives and employees, from and against any and a1l1iability arising from the injury or death to persons or damage to property occasioned by any negligent act or omission of any Member or of any of its agents, servants or 3 e e employees, committed or omitted in connection with this Agreement or with the use or operation of the Hazardous Materials Response Unit, arising out of any activity in which the Hazardous Materials Response Unit is operating within the jurisdictional boundaries of the indemnifying Member, at the request of the indemnifying Member (irrespective of whether it is claimed or alleged that the negligence of such other Members, including the Lead Agency in its capacity as Lead Agency or otherwise, or their respective representatives or employees, contributed to such act or omission) including any and all expenses, legal or otherwise, incurred by such other Members or the Lead Agency in the defense of any claim or suit relating to such injury or damage, provided, however, that the same does not arise out of acts or omissions of such other Members which are contrary to directives given by the Incident Commander or are contrary to the standard operating procedures adopted by the Joint Board. A Member claiming indemnification under this paragraph shall, as a condition precedent to the right indemnification, give notice and tender defense of the claim to the indemnifying Member. The Members who are not self-insured further agree to name the Lead Agency and other Members as additional insureds on their applicable liability insurance policies for the purpose of this indemnity agreement. 5. Response Criteria. Due to liability and risk management considerations, the Joint Hazardous Materials Response Unit will provide the following emergency services under this Agreement; A. Will respond to requests from a signatory to this Agreement for incidents within the signatory's jurisdictional service area. 4 e e B. May provide response on request from agencies who have written mutual-aid agreements with all Members. The agreements must specifically identify Hazardous Materials Response Unit service as a reciprocal element of those agreements. 6. Resllonsibilities of Members A. No unfunded expenditure(s) may be made without prior approval of the governing bodies of all of the Members. B. Each Member, except for the Lead Agency, agrees to pay the Lead Agency $100.00 per year, which sum shall be applied toward actual administrative overhead costs incurred. The amount of the annual administrative overhead charge hereunder shall be reviewed annually and adjusted as necessary to cover anticipated costs. Overhead costs shall include only the following expenses: secretarial services, office materials necessary for secretarial services, and postage. C. The annual charge per Member, as detennined by the Joint Board under Paragraph 2.B. above, shall include all costs of operations and maintenance of the Hazardous Materials Response Unit other than 1) personnel costs and 2) administrative overhead costs as defined in subparagraph 6.B. above. D. Each Member agrees that all personnel costs incurred as a result of this Agreement, except for secretarial services payable under subparagraph B. above, shall be the sole responsibility of the employee(s)' agency. 7. Charges for Services. A. The fee schedule attached as Exhibit A, which has been adopted in part by the Washington State Fire Chiefs Association, shall be utilized by any Member or the Lead Agency in the event it is detennined a charge for services is to be made. The Member 5 e e agency in whose jurisdiction the incident occurred shall be the sole determiner as to whether a fee shall be assessed and shall be solely responsible for collection and distribution of said fees or charges, provided that such agency shall not be obligated either to assess any fee or charge or to collect any fee or charge once assessed. B. Fees and costs charged and actually received shall be disbursed in the following manner: 1. All equipment fees and material costs received for services of the Hazardous Materials Response Unit shall be paid to the Lead Agency and shall be deposited in the Inter-Agency Hazardous Materials Unit Fund established under Paragraph 2.0. above. 2. All other fees and material costs received for equipment and personnel, other than the Hazardous Materials Unit, shall be paid to the respective agencies rendering services or assistance. 8. Term of Agreement. A. This Agreement shall be effective from the date of the Agreement until terminated as provided herein. The Agreement may be terminated at any time upon the mutual agreement of all ofthe Members. The Lead Agency or any Member may withdraw from this Agreement without terminating it by giving written notice to all other Members prior to August 151 of the year of termination; said withdrawal to become effective on December 31 st ofthat year provided such withdrawing Lead Agency or Member thereby relinquishes all rights to any reserve nmds, equipment or materials, purchased or accepted by the Joint Board as in-kind contributions through this Agreement. This shall not apply to any equipment, vehicles or materials contributed without charge, which shall revert to the 6 e e contributor upon termination. A decision to withdraw will not relieve the withdrawing member of liability incurred prior to withdrawal. B. Upon termination of this Agreement, all property acquired during the life of the Agreement shall be disposed of in the following manner unless the Lead Agency or Member has relinquished its rights as provided above in subsection A.: I. All property contributed without charge by each party shall revert to the contributor. 2. All property purchased after the effective date of the original agreement, dated January 13, 1984, shall be distributed based on the percentage of the total annual charges assessed by the Joint Board during the period of this Agreement and paid by each Member or Lead Agency. 3. All unexpended or reserve funds shall be distributed based on the percentage of the total annual charges assessed by the Joint Board during the period of this Agreement and paid by each Member or Lead Agency. 7 e e IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have as of this day set forth on page I signed this Agreement. CITY OF BELLEVUE Attest: ~Manager Approved as to form: ~-1~ City Clerk, City of Bellevue V~tu~ ,C~ Assistant City Attorney CITY OF BOTHELL es V. Thompson, City Manager Attest: Approved as to form: ~~~;z Jo e Trudel, City Clerk "-.. Received JUL T 4 Contracting Seriices Received Ii II - Q ')1),")' ~'\.. '-.. ,/ LU{,I) S(l[!/fc:o,:.; 8 Haz Mat Agreement Attachment 1 e Attest: City Clerk, City of Kirkland Attest: City Clerk, City of Redmond Haz Mat Agreement 2003 e CITY OF KIRKLAND City Manager CITY OF REDMOND ~~fl) Mayor EASTSIDE FIRE & RESCUE Fire Chief 9 e Attest: City Clerk, City of Kirkland Attest: City Clerk, City of Redmond Haz Mat Agreement 2003 e CITY OF KIRKLAND City Manager CITY OF REDMOND Mayor EASTSlDE ~ & RESCUE , \ 9 L e 10 Haz Mat Agreement 2003 e WOODINVILLE FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY DISTRICT KING COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT #45 Commissioner KING COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT #27 Commissioner SNOQUALMIE FIRE DEPARTMENT Mayor e Haz Mat Agreement 2003 e WOODINVILLE FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY DISTRICT Fire Chief KING COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT #45 ~ . ~.J-e.- . missio .. KING COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT #27 Commissioner SNOQUALMlE FIRE DEPARTMENT Mayor AeCe{'l'" ~.I '." ';:;c/ JU~ -., h vont,'~a(.';!i(in q ]0 e e WOODINVILLE FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY DISTRICT Fire Chief KING COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT #45 Commissioner KING COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT #27 ~~r/~__~ Commissioner SNOQUALMIE FIRE DEPARTMENT Mayor 10 Haz Mat Agreement 2003 e e WOODINVILLE FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY DISTRICT Fire Chief KING COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT #45 Commissioner KING COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT #27 Commissioner Attest: ? :7. odi Warren, CMC City Clerk, City of Snoqualmie 10 Haz Mat Agreement 2003 JI !:vhib,-l- A ,I Washington State Associatio Fire Chiefs 2004 Rate Schedule Equipment Washington _ Oregon Interagency Rate Schedule Amended and Adopted by WSAFC Structural Engines Type Minimum Use Pump Rate Tank Capacity 2X4 4X4 Personnel Hourly Rate Hourly Rate 1 3 Structure 1,000 400 $ 121.00 $ 138.00 2 3 Structure 500 400 $ 97.00 $ 110.40 Used primarily for structure protection and equipped for that purpose. This equipment is typically the first to be released. Units will be oaid at the 2x4 or 4x4 rate unless the ivoe of drive Is soeclficallv reauested. Wildland Engines Type Minimum Use Pump Rate Tank Capacity 2X4 4X4 Personnel Hourly Rate Hourly Rate 3 2 Wildland 120 300 $ 51.00 $ 61.20 4 2 Wildland 70 750 $ 45.00 $ 54.00 5 2 Wildland 50 500 $ 41.00 $ 49.20 6 2 Wildland 50 200 $ 36.00 $ 43.20 7 2 Wildland 20 125 $ 30.00 $ 36.00 Interface 3 Interface 250 500 $ 72.00 $ 86.00 Attack Units will be oaid at the 2x4 or 4x4 rate unless the type of drive is soecifically requested. Type 7 Engines: This also includes a Jeep with a Plow at $30 regardless of drive type (2x4 vs. 4x4) Tenders Type Minimum Use Pump Rate Tank Capacity 2X4 4X4 Personnel Hourlv Rate Hourly Rate 1 1 Tender 300 5,000 $ 71.00 $ 85.20 2 1 Tender 200 3,500 $ 65.00 $ 78.00 2 1 Tender 200 2,500 $ 57.00 $ 68.40 3 1 Tender 200 1,000 $ 39.00 $ 46.80 Units will be paid at the 2x4 or 4x4 rate unless the type of drive is specifically requested. . Aerial ladder Type Minimum Use Extended ladder length Hourly Rate Personnel 1 4 Aerial Less than 75 feet, $ 180.00 2 4 Aerial Greater than 75 feet $ 200.00 Updated: 5/27/2004 Washington State Associatio 2004 Rate Schedule Equipment ~ {6 . Washington _ Oregon Interagency Rate Schedule Amended and Adopted by WSAFC Other Fire Service Units Type Minimum Description Rate Unit Personnel Support 1 Air supply unit, rehab unit $ 29.50 Hourly Haz-Mat Unit 4 Special haz-mat response unit $ 185.00 Hourly (Boots, suits, gloves, tools, test kits) Varies Usage Crash 2 Aircraft crash unit $ 185.00 Hourly Rescue 2 Special rescue operations unit $ 110.00 Day Command Post 1 ICP bus or trailer (self sustaining) $ 360.00 Day Finance Unit 1 Self contained with forms, table, chairs $ 125.00 Day Command Vehicles / Personal Transportation Used By Used for Vehicle Type Rate Unit Operations Day to day use on incident Car $ 18.00 Daily Operations Day to day use on incident Mid Size Truck / SUV's $ 20.00 Daily Operations Day to day use on incident Fun Size Truck (1/2 Ton) $ 22.00 Daily Operations Day to day use on incident Fun Size Truck (3/4 Ton) $ 26.00 Daily Operations Day to day use on incident Fun Size Truck (1 Ton) $ 28.00 Daily AnOther Transportation to/from Incident Any $ 0.375 Per Mile Method of Hire: 1) All operating supplies, including fuel. Ooerations vehicles are paid mileaae to and from the incident, and then switched to the dailv rate. Overhead Position vehicles which do not require day to day use of their vehicle on the incident and the vehicles primary use is to transport the individual from their place of dispatch to and from the incident, and back to their point of dispatch or to a new incident will be reimbursed for mileage only. Emergency Medical Service Units Type Minimum Description Rate Unit Personnel Non-Transport 2 BLS ambulance unit 0N AC 246-975) $ 36.50 Hourly ALS EMS unit $ 46.00 Hourly BLS ambulance Unit $ 49.00 Hourly Transport 2 ALS ambulance Unit $ 60.00 Hourly Patient transport mileage $ 9.00 Per mile Private Carrier 2 ALS I BLS Varies / Contract rate All-Terrain Vehicles Type Use Description Rate Unit Four Wheel Off-road I Camp Quad King $ 70.00 Daily Six Wheel Off-road I Camp Gator $ 95.00 Daily Updated: 5/27/2004 Washington State Associatio Fire Chiefs 2004 Rate Schedule Equipment Washlngton - Oregon lnteragency Rate Schedule Amended and Adopted by WSAFC Water Truck. Dust Abatement Spray Minimum Self Load Tank Bar Personnel Use Rate Capacity Rate Unit Width 8 foot 1 Dust Abatement 100 GPM 5,000 $ 85.00 Hourly Sfoot 1 Dust Abatement 100 GPM 3,500 $ 74.00 Hourly Sfoot 1 Dust Abatement 100 GPM 1,000 $ 51.00 Hourly Method of Hire: 1) All operating supplies, Including fuel: 2) Hourly Work Rate: 3) One Operator. Water Truck - Potable Water Minimum Use Tank Capacity Rate Unit Personnel 1 Drinking Water 4,000 - 3,001 $ 121.25 Hourly 1 Drinking Water 3,000 - 2,001 $ 116.25 Hourly 1 Drinking Water 2,000 - 1,000 $ 92.25 Hourly 1 Drinking Water 999 - 501 $ 78.00 Hourly 1 Drinking Water 0-500 $ 69.00 Hourly Method of Hire: 1) All operating supplies, including fuel; 2) One operator to operate within the work rest guidelines. Shop (Service) Trucks Minimum Type Use Rate Unit Guarantee Personnel 1 Truck/Mechanic Vehicle Repair $ 65.00 Hourly $ 325.00 1 Helper Vehicle Repair $ 20.00 Houriy N/A 2 Truck/Mechanic/Helper Vehicle Repair $ 85.00 Hourly $ 425.00 ## Method of Hire: 1) All operating supplies, including fuel; 2) Hourly work rate with a 5 hour guarantee: 3) One certified mechanic. Mechanic's hourly rate is $29.00 per hour based on a 12 to 16 hour day, which includes labor burden and overtime. If a mechanics helper is ordered and used the hourly wage is $20.00 per hour based on a 12 to 16 hour day which includes iabor burden and overtime. ## Guarantee is based on all mechanics and helpers that are under hire, If ordered with a shop truck mechanic and mechanic helD the ouarantee will be based on $85.00 for 5 hours or $425.00. Shop (service) truck, typically a "super duty" or 1 1/2 ton or better, and includes: 1) Mechanic with hand tools associated with the industry standards such as: a. Wrenches / sockets up to 2" b. Taps, dies, vise, drills, jacks, etc... 2) Air compressor with air tools 3) A gas welding/cutting torch set and a electric welder with generator 4) Work bench area 5) Lift Crane 6) Lighting (either a lighting kit or truck mounted for roadside repair at night) Tools beyond 2" to be able to repair medium trucks and heavy equipment Updated: 5/27/2004 Washington State Associatio Fire Chiefs 2004 Rate Schedule Equipment Washington _ Oregon Interagency Rate Schedule Amended and Adopted by WSAFC Mechanic with Tools & Pickup Minimum Type Use Rate Unit Guarantee Personnel 1 Pickup/Mechanic Vehicle Repair $ 40.00 Hourly $ 200.00 1 Helper Vehicle Repair $ 20.00 Hourly N/A 2 Pickup/MechanicJHelper Vehicle Repair $ 60.00 Hourly $ 300.00 ## Method of Hire: 1) All operating supplies, including fuel; 2) Hourly work rate with a 5 hour guarantee: 3) One certified mechanic. ## Guarantee is based on all mechanics and helpers that are under hire. If ordered with a shop truck mechanic and mechanic help the auarantee will be based on $85.00 for 5 hours or $425.00. Provides a 3/4 to one (1) ton vehicle with; 1) Mechanic with hand tools associated with the industry standards such as: a. Wrenches / sockets up to 2" b. Taps, dies, vise, drllls, jacks, etc... 2) Air compressor with air tools ;; A gas welding/cutting torch set and a electric welder with generator 4 Tools bevond 2" to be able to reoair medium trucks and heavv eouioment Fuel Truck Fuel Type Use Fuel Cost Capacity of All Rate Unil Tanks Gas/Diesel Refueling Negotiated 5,000 $ 88.00 Hourly w/operator GaslDiesel Refueling Negotiated 3,500 $ 79.00 Hourly w/operator Gas/Diesel Refueling Negotiated 2,500 $ 74.00 Hourly w/operator Gas/Diesel Refueling Negotiated 1,000 $ 56.00 Hourly w/operator Method of Hire: 1) All operating supplies, including fuel; 2) Hourly rate; 3) One operator: If an additional operator is required add $17.00 per hour to the existing hourly rate; 4) Track fuel dispensed for reimbursement from agencies receivino fuel. Dispensed petroleum products to be negotiated separately. Tractors / Lowboys Minimum Hauling Capacity Rate Unit Personnel 1 Over 50 Tons (100,000 lbs) $ 84.50 Hourly 1 40 to 49.99 Tons (80,000 to 99,980 lbs) $ 74.00 Hourly 1 30 to 39.99 Tons (60,000 to 79,980 Ibs) $ 68.00 Hourly 1 20 to 29.99 Tons (40,00 to 59,980 lbs) $ 58.00 Hourly 1 10 to 19.99 Tons (20,000 to 39,980 Ibs) $ 51.00 Hourly Method of Hire: 1) All operating supplies, including fuel; 2) Hourly rate: 3) One operator: 4) With pilotlflag vehicle and oermits required bv law. Note: When a lowbOY and another piece of equipment, such as a dozer are hired, and both utilize the same operator, the lowboy will show only hours in travel status. Time spent operating the dozer will be kept separate. Updated: 5/27/2004 Washington State Associati Fire Chiefs 2004 Rate Schedule Equipment Washington _ Oregon Interagency Rate Schedule Amended and Adopted by WSAFC Dozers w/Blades and Excavators Type Make Models HP I Power Rate Unit Class _ Caterpillar D3B,D3C,D4D,D4E John Deere 350,450,550 1 $ 73.00 Hourly Komatsu D31A, D37E ----- Case 350,450,750 __~aterpillar D4H, D4H HT, D5, D5B, D5H John Deere 750 2 $ 87.00 Hourly I----Komatsu D45A, D53A Case 850,1150 l/j " Caterpillar D5H HT, D6H ... '" John Deere 850 in 3 $ 103.00 Hourly "j Komatsu D58E, D65 e Case 1450 " N __~~~rpillar D6H HT, D6C, D6D, D6H, D7F, G, H 0 4 $ 117.00 Hourly c Komatsu D68E, 085 (all) Caterpillar D7H HT 5 $ 133.00 Hourly ._~aterpillar D8K,D8L 6 $ 149.50 Hourly Komatsu D135A, D155A __~aterpillar D8N HT, D8R HT, D9G, D9H, D9N 7 $ 174.00 Hourly Komatsu D333A I----c:aterpillar D9H HT, D10, D11 8 Negotiate Komatsu D375A,D455A-1,D475A _ Caterpillar 211 100 or less $ 73.00 Hourly Hitachi EX100-3 Caterpillar 215 101 -120 $ 86.00 Hourly Hitachi EX200LC-3 e __Caterpillar 225 121-160 $ 99.50 Hourly 0 - Hitachi EX220LC-3 '" 1; ~ate_rpill.~__... 235 " 161 - 200 $ 119.50 Hourly >< f)itachi EX300LC-3 w Komatsu PC400 201 - 280 $ 141.00 Hourly Hitachi EX400LC-3 __CaterEillar__ 245 Over 280 $ 204.50 Hourly Hitachi EX550LC-3 Method of Hire: 1) All operating supplies, including fuel; 2) Hourly rate: 3) One operator; 4) Includes service truck; 5\ With oilot/ftaa vehicle and Dermits reDuired bv law. Updated: 5/27/2004 Washington State Associati Fire Chiefs 2004 Rate Schedule Equipment Washington - Oregon Interagency Rate Schedule Amended and Adopted by WSAFC General: Rates Exclude Operator: Unless stated otherwise all equipment rates are for the equipment only. Operators are compensated at the 2004 Personnel Rates. On-Shift: Work time will include reasonable travel from point of hire to the incident and return to the point of hire from the incident upon release: travel between the incident base and assigned work location; and for specifically directed work. Specifically work include assigned suppression work, assigned staging and/or readiness, and assigned support activities. Exceptions: . If equipment is brought to the fire, made available and subsequently hired, none of the travel to the incident and return is allowed. Daily travei will be reimbursed. . Equipment that fails the pre-use inspection and is not in a safe and operable condition will not be reimbursed for travel and is not considered under hire. . Time required for fueling and maintenance is not compensable. Out-of-Service/lnoperable Equipment: No payment will accrue during any period that equipment is not in a safe or operable condition or when not available for the assigned shift or portions of the shift. Reimbursement will be based on the hours the equipment was operational during the assigned shift, as documented in the Incident Action Plan. If an agency withdraws equipment and/or personnel prior to being rei eased by the State, no further payment shall accrue and the agency will bear the all costs of retuming equipment and/or personnel to the point of hire. After inspection and acceptance for use, equipment that cannot be replaced or equipment repaired at the site of work within 24 hours may be considered demobed by the agency. Personnel will be reimbursed by the State to return to the point of hire. Equipment will not be reimbursed. Wet Rate: Payment rates are "wet rates", inclusive of all fuel, oil, maintenance, repair, insurance, and incideni cost (e.g., ferry transport). Equipment/Apparatus hired will be used on: unimproved roads; steep; hiliy; rocky terrain; and subject to extreme heat, dust, and smoky conditions. Damaged Equipment/Apparatus; The cost of apparatus or equipment repair or repiacement due to ioss or damage as a direct result of state mobilization activity will be paid provided that such loss or damage was not caused by the willful misconduct, negligence, or bad faith of the claimant. The only cost that reimbursable are for physical loss or damage caused directly by the dynamics of the emergency event or direct firefighting activity. Time Keeping: Equipment use shall be record by time unit personnel. Use shall be recorded as follows: Hourly Rate - to the nearest quarter-hour Mileage Rate - nearest mile Updated: 5/27/2004 Washington State Associati Fire Chiefs 2004 Rate Schedule Equipment Washington _ Oregon Interagency Rate Schedule Amended and Adopted by WSAFC Travel Time: Travel time is calculated at the mileage from home agency to incident divided by 45 mph. Computer programs such as Map Quest will be used to determine mileage. This calculation takes into consideration rest breaks and fueling. Excessive travel unless otherwise documented will not be eligible for reimbursement. Compressed Air Foam Systems: Only equipment with a resource order for a Compressed Air Foam Systems (CAFS) will be compensated for foam. The daily rate for CAFS is added to the hourly rate. CAFS Allowance with Pump and Roll Cubic Feet/Minute (CFM) Hourly Rate 34 - 50 CFM @ 150 PSI $ 25.00 51 - 85 CFM @ 150 PSI $ 41.00 86 - 120 CFM @ 175 PSI $ 55.00 121-200 CFM @ 175 PSI $ 69.00 201 + CFM @ 200 PSI $ 85.00 Units with CAFS but not ordered: Units equipped with CAFS but were not originally ordered as such. and were directed to use CAFS while on assignment need to document the usage on the shift ticket and have the Division Group Supervisor change the original Resource Order to include CAFS. . CAFS use must be documented on the shift ticket to be eliaible for reimbursement Proportioners: No additional rate will be added to engines which provide proportioners because the rate already includes the cost of proportioners. Foam: Will be reimbursed or re-supplied from Cache. Unlisted Rates: Refer to the Department of Natural Resources for rates of other equipment not listed above. The Finance Section Chief for the Mobilization Incident Management Team shall have the authority to negotiate payment rates for specialized resources. including that with nominally listed (published) rates, provided that such negotiated rates, with reason and facts in support, are documented and a copy attached to the claim. Updated: 5/2712004 Washington State Association 2004 Rate Schedule Personnel Washington - Oregon Interagency Rate Schedule Amended and Adopted by WSAFC Mnemonic Position Title Regular Overtime ACDR Area Commander $ 26.10 $ 39.15 IC Incident Commander $ 25.20 $ 37.80 LOFR Liaison Officer $ 23.50 $ 35.25 IBA Incident Business Advisor $ 23.50 $ 35.25 STPS Structure ProtecUon Specialist $ 23.50 $ 35.25 SOF Safety Officer $ 22.70 $ 34.05 110 Incident Infonnation Officer $ 22.70 $ 34.05 *SC Section Chief $ 22.70 $ 34.05 PAYTM Payment Team - Team Leader $ 22.70 $ 34.05 *BD Branch Director $ 21.85 $ 32,80 DIVS Division! Group Supervisor $ 20.20 $ 30.30 REGC Region MobilizaUon Coordinator $ 20.00 $ 30.00 HRSP Human Resource Specialist $ 19.75 $ 29.65 *UL Unit Leader $ 19.75 $ 29.65 PAYTM Payment Team - Accountant $ 19.75 $ 29.65 CCOR County MobilizaUon Coordinator $ 19.50 $ 29.25 LORA Land Owner Resource Advisor $ 19.50 $ 29.25 PARA Paramedic $ 19.30 $ 28.95 EMTI EMT - ILS $ 18.45 $ 27.80 TFL Task Force Leader $ 18.05 $ 27.10 STL Strike Team Leader $ 18.05 $ 27.10 EMTB EMT $ 17.65 $ 26.50 COMT Incident Communications Tech $ 17.65 $ 26.50 *MG Manager $ 16.80 $ 25.20 PAYTM Payment Team - Fiscal Tech $ 16.80 $ 25.20 SRB Sin,lie Resource Boss $ 16.80 $ 25.20 DRIV Driver. CDL Required $ 12.30 $ 18.45 FF Fire Fighter $ 11.50 $ 17.25 DRIV Driver - Over 1 .ton but not requiring CDL $ 10.80 $ 16.20 DISP Dispatcher $ 10.45 $ 15.70 DRIV Driver - up to 1 ton $ 9.85 $ 14.80 *TR Personnel! Equipment TIme Recorder $ 9.85 $ 14.80 CAMP Camp Crew Member $ 8.40 $ 12.60 Updated: 5/27/2004 Washington State Associatio ire Chiefs 2004 Rate Schedule Personnel Washington - Oregon Interagency Rate Schedule Amended and Adopted by WSAFC Mnemonic Position Title Regular Overtime AREP Aaencv Representative $ 20.20 $ 30.30 THSP Assistant - Safety Officer or Information Officer $ 12.30 $ 18.45 CLMS Claims Specialist $ 10.80 $ 16.20 AERO Aerial Observer $ 17.65 $ 26.50 FALA Faller Class A (Up to 12"DBH) $ 10.80 $ 18.20 FALB Faller Class B (Up to 24"DBH) $ 12.30 $ 18.45 FALC Faller Class C (Equal to or areater than 24" DBH) $ 20,20 $ 30.30 HECM Helicopter Crew Member $ 10.80 $ 16.20 THSP Swamoer $ 9.85 $ 14.80 WHSP Water Handlina Specialist $ 17.65 $ 26.50 FBAN Fire Behavior Analvst $ 20.20 $ 30.30 FINV Fire Investigator $ 20.20 $ 30.30 FOBS Field Observer $ 12.30 $ 18.45 CCOO Com outer Coordinator $ 12.30 $ 18.45 CDSP Cache Demob Specialist $ 20.20 $ 30.30 IMSA Incident Medical Specialist - Assistant $ 17.65 $ 26.50 IMSM Incident Medical Soecialist - Manaaer $ 18.50 $ 27.75 IMST Incident Medical Specialist - Technician $ 17.65 $ 26.50 . CAMP Kitchen { Camp Helper $ 8.40 $ 12.60 COOK Head Camp Cook $ 12.30 $ 18.45 COTR Contractina Officer Technical Representative $ 18.50 $ 27,75 CTSP Computer Technical Specialist $ 20.20 $ 30.30 FUEL Fuelina Specialist $ 10.80 $ 16.20 PREY Prevention Specialist $ 9,85 $ 14.80 PUMP Pump Operator $ 10.80 $ 16.20 SEC2 Security Specialist - Type 2 $ 9.85 $ 14.80 THSP Aircraft Mechanic $ 24.40 $ 36,60 THSP GIS Specialist $ 17.65 $ 26.50 THSP Instructor (8300 Courses and below) $ 20.20 $ 30.30 THSP Instructor (S400 Courses and above) $ 21.85 $ 32.80 THSP Lead Instructor (S300 Courses and below) $' 21.85 $ 32.80 THSP Lead Instructor (S400 Courses and abovel $ 24.40 $ 36.60 Updated: 5/27/2004