W I-10 fire dept. communications

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W I-10 Radios


Effective Mid July, West Harris County EMS and West I-10 FD are
going to be dispatched by the Cypress Creek EMS Comm Center, off of
FM 1960. I have no idea what 'Comm' Channel they will be called or
so forth, but I am pretty sure that is what it is about. The
department appears to be getting ready for the switch. Since I work
at HCECC, I have heard a little about this.

Mike Williams
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West I-10 and West Harris Co. EMS are also going to UHF and getting off the County 800 system. I don’t know the freq’s yet for their UHF channels. I thought I was told July 1 but I guess that maybe has been changed.



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leawoodcops said:
RE: [HoustonScan] Re: W I-10 Radios


West I-10 and West Harris Co. EMS are also going to UHF and getting off the County 800 system. I don’t know the freq’s yet for their UHF channels. I thought I was told July 1 but I guess that maybe has been changed.



Erich

There's an update in the works, but here goes with a quote from another scanner group:

> West I-10 Fire Department and West Harris County EMS are switching
> all dispatching services to the Comm Center effective 10am on
> Saturday July 1st. We have also switched to UHF and will be getting
> off of Starnet for primary operations. We will be keeping 1 starnet
> radio on each apparatus for mutual aid calls with surrounding
> agencies still on Starnet and interoprability. We currently have 3
> UHF channels and are expecting to get more in the near future. Here
> are the freq's.
>
> Comm 20 (Primary Dispatch) - 460.250
> Comm 21 (Tac Channel) - 460.200
> Comm 22 (Tac Channel) - 461.825
>
> Both agencies will be dispatched off of Comm 20 and may moved to
> either Comm 21 or 22 for large incidents or multi unit incidents.
> The Comm Center or the Incident Commander may move the incident to a
> Tac channel if necessary or requested. If it is a small incident
> then it will most likely stay on Comm 20.
>
> All of the announcements that have been heard over the past week or
> so is to issue new radio's to all the members, radio orientation
> classes and also some additional reprogramming that needed to
> occur.
>
> We will be following the Comm Center unit structure.
>
> West I-10 Fire Dept
> 101 - Fire Chief
> 102 - Asst Chief of Operations
> 103 - Asst Chief of Administration
> 104 - Future
> 105 - Future
> 106 - PIO
> 107 - PIO
> 108 - Communications Officer
> 109 - Maintenance Officer
> District 1 - District Chief 1 (Stations 1, 4 & 5)
> District 2 - District Chief 2 (Stations 2 & 3)
> Safety 1 - Safety Officer 1
> Safety 2 - Safety Officer 2
> x11 - Station Captain (ie 111 Sta 1 Captain, 211 Sta 2 Captain, etc)
> x13 - Station Lieutenant (ie 113 LT, 213 LT, etc)
> x14 - Station Lieutenant (ie 114 LT, 214 LT, etc)
> x30-45 - Station Members that have been issued handheld radio's.
> All Apparatus will stay the same numbering scheme. (E1, E2, etc)
>
> West Harris County EMS
> Amb 1-5 (BLS Units)
> Medic 1-5 (ALS Units)
> Squad 1-5 (Paramedic responder that will "chase" the BLS units as
> necessary)
> There members radio numbers are 801-899.
> 801-805 (Command Staff)
> 810 - 899 (Members with handheld radios, certain range numbers
> designate their EMS skill level)
>
 

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The place for this information is the Database, not the forums. But it has been in the database for several weeks.

Please stop waking up old threads!
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