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  -Experienced Government Contractor
-Firewise Contractor
-Licensed Commercial General Contractor
-Proud United States Navy Veteran
-Licensed Bonded and Insured
Thursday, July 30, 2015
 
Government Contracting
Fire Contracting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Current Fire Readiness Level

2. Guarded Condition (Blue). This condition is declared when there is a general risk of wildland fire. In addition to the Protective Measures taken in the previous Threat Condition, Inbound, LLC takes the following general measures in addition to the agency required Protective Measures:

  • Checking communications with designated emergency response or command locations;
  • Reviewing and updating emergency response procedures; and
  • Providing the employees with any information that would strengthen their ability to act quickly and appropriately;
  • Require essential personnel to check in weekly.                                                   Upcoming Trainings: 
  • We will be offering a  S130/S190/L180/I100 New Firefighter training will begin on July 20th at 0700 at the Oakridge office.  The class is five days long and include CPR and First Aid training.  The pack test will be administered the first day beginning at 0700.  Packs are provided  Dress comfortably.  Lunch provided.  The last day of the class will be a field day, so please bring boots and dress accordingly.
  • CPR and First Aid will be offered on July 21st beginning at 0800. 
  • Our next RT130 annual refresher training and pack test for returning firefighters will be held on July 19th at the Oakridge office.  The pack test for this class will be on July 20th at 0700.      
Current Fires where Inbound is working 
 None

 Please call in to Jody Johnson at 541-782-1814, currently weekly.  Also, you may reach Jerry Cargil at 541-514-7399 for questions regarding equipment, capabilities, and facilities.
Company Information  DUNS: 168788078  Cage Code: 324F0  Primary NAICS Code:115310
Inbound, LLC has offices in Portland and Oakridge.  We provide equipment to the state of Oregon and the federal government in support of all disaster relief activities.  We can provide six type 6 wildland fire engines, four type 4 wildland fire engines, and three fire crews to support wildland fire suppression activities and disaster response.  We have been providing wildland fire suppression support since 2005 and have worked across the western United States.  We have provided wildland fire suppression support in California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, Arizona, Montana, Utah and Nevada.  In 2014 we provided 87 crew days and over 200 engine days across the western United States.
Inbound also provides crews for hazard fuels reduction, biomass removal, thinning, piling, pile burning, scotchbroom eradication, trail maintenance, trail building, stand exams, tree marking, and other work in the nation's forests.  We have more than 100 wildland fire fighters trained and ready to respond to wildfires across the western United States. 
At Inbound, we pride ourselves on providing professional contracting services.  We ask our supervisors to sign a "Code of Conduct".  We encourage a strong and diverse workforce and train our people to respect diversity.  We encourage sustainable forestry activities, including a healthly respect for the role of Mother Nature in the grand scheme.  We have a zero tolerance policy with regard to drug and alcohol abuse and for those whom engage in inappropriate behaviors.
Fire History
Mule Peak Fire (OR) 2005
 Blossum Complex (OR) 2005
 School Fire (WA) 2005
 Deer Creek Fire (OR) 2005
 Little Deschutes (OR) 2006
 Lake George (OR) 2006
 Foster Gulch Fire (OR) 2006
 GW Fire (OR) 2006
 Black Crater Complex (OR) 2006
 Columbia Complex (OR) 2006
 School Fire (WA) 2005
 Puzzle (OR)2006
 Elkhorn Complex (OR) 2006
 Bybee Complex (OR) 2006
 Irish Springs (OR) 2007
 Egley Complex (OR) 2007
 Calamity Complex (OR) 2007
 Battle Creek Complex (OR) 2007
 Woodside Rance Fire (OR) 2007
 Warm Springs Complex (OR) 2007
 Old Maid Fire (ID) 2007
 Murphy Camp Fire (ID) 2007
 Domke Lake Fire (WA) 2007
 Irish Springs Fire (ID) 2007
 Harris Fire (CA) 2007
Blue #2 Fire (CA) 2008
Ukonom Complex (CA) 2008
Hells Half Acre (CA) 2008
Bull #4 (CA) 2008
Signal Fire (CA) 2008
Iron Complex (CA) 2008
Silvies River Fire (OR) 2008
Wild Rivers Complex (OR) 2008
Kitson Fire (OR) 2008
Rattle Fire (OR) 2008
Lionshead Fire (OR) 2009
Boxcanyon Fire (OR) 2009
Seekseequa Fire (OR) 2009
Williams Creek Fire (OR) 2009
Tumblebug Complex (OR) 2009
Oak Flat Fire (OR) 2010
Westside ABC Misc (OR) 2010
RSF July ABCD Misc (OR) 2010
2010 ABC Misc -Klamath (OR) 2010
Phoenix Fire (OR) 2010
WIF ABC Misc (OR) 2010
Boise Complex (ID) 2010
North River Rd (OR) 2011
Suncrest Fire (OR) 2011
RSF ABC Misc (OR) 2011
Umpqua ABCD Misc (OR) 2011
Deschutes ABCD Misc (OR) 2011
0621 Fire (OR) 2011
High Cascades Complex (OR) 2011
Dead Dog Fire (OR) 2011
Gumjuwac Fire (OR) 2011
Granite Fire (OR) 2011
Rogue Fire (OR) 2011
Lone Mountain Fire (OR) 2011
Garden Fire (OR) 2011
Steamboat Complex (OR) 2011
Fontenelle Fire (WY) 2012
ABCD Misc Mount Hood (OR) 2012
Lone Pine Fire (ID) 2012
Long Draw Fire (OR/NV) 2012
Miller Homestead Fire (OR) 2012
2012 RSF ACBC Misc (OR) 2012
Barry Point Fire (OR) 2012
CA No Ops (CA) 2012
Mustang Complex (ID) 2012
Homer Fire (NV) 2012
Little Pine Fire (UT) 2012
Reading Fire (CA) 2012
Pigeon Canyon Fire (AZ) 2012
Holloway Fire (OR) 2012
Waterfalls 2 Fire (OR) 2012
WIF ABC Misc Fire (OR) 2012
Ten Mile Complex (OR) 2012
Whiskey Fire (UT) 2012
Devil's Ridge Fire (OR) 2012
Chips Fire (CA) 2012
Barkley Canyon Fire (WA) 2012
Yakima Complex (WA) 2012
GPF ABC Misc Fire (WA) 2012
Bagley Fire (CA) 2012
Pole Creek Fire (OR) 2012
Eugene Prescribed Burns 2012
Finley Fire (OR) 2012
Wenatchee Complex (WA) 2012
Okanogan Complex (WA) 2012
Leahy Fire (WA) 2012
Cascade Creek Fire (WA) 2012
Delgato Fire (OR) 2013
Umpqua ABCD Misc (OR) 2013
28 Mile Marker Fire (WA) 2013
Douglas Complex (OR) 2013
Whiskey River Complex (OR) 2013
RSF ABCD Misc (OR) 2013
ONC Staging (CA) 2013
Chance Fire (CA) 2013
Hough Fire (CA) 2013
ABC Misc Eldorado NF (CA) 2013
Iron Knob Fire (OR) 2013
Big Windy Fire (OR) 2013
Butler Fire (CA) 2013
Stemmitt Fire (CA) 2013
OWF ABC Misc (WA) 2013
Government Flats Fire (OR) 2013
Forks Fire (CA) 2013
Naibob (OR/CA) 2013
Two Bulls (OR) 2014
Bryant Fire (OR) 2014
MHF ABC Misc (OR) 2014
Howling Wolfe (OR) 2014
Moccasin Hill (OR) 2014
Gum Boot Fire (OR) 2014
Pine Creek Fire (OR) 2014
0297 Fire (OR) 2014
Bridge 99 Complex (OR) 2014
Logging Unit Fire (OR) 2014
Donny Brook Fire (OR) 2014
Shaniko Butte Fire (OR) 2014
Ochoco Complex (OR) 2014
Umpqua ABCD Misc FY14 (OR) 2014
Rye Valley Fire (OR) 2014
Bailey South Fire (OR) 2014
Ferguson Fire (OR) 2014
Waterman Complex (OR) 2014
Lava Fire (OR) 2014
Antelope Fire (OR) 2014
Broadway Fire (OR) 2014
Waterman Complex (OR) 2014
Lava Fire (OR) 2014
Antelope Fire (OR) 2014
Broadway Fire (OR) 2014
Onion Mtn Fire (OR) 2014
UMP ABC Misc (OR) 2014
Pit 36 Fire (OR) 2014
Yellow Point Fire (OR) 2014
Deception Complex (OR) 2014
S. Cle Elum Ridge Fire (WA) 2014
Chiwaukum Creek Complex (WA) 2014
Enterprise Fire (WA) 2014
Little Bridge Creek Fire (WA) 2014
Camp Creek Complex (OR) 2014
Beaver Creek Complex (OR) 2014
Sniption Fire (OR) 2014
Devil's Elbow Complex (WA) 2014
Bear Butte II Fire (OR) 2014
Oregon Gulch (OR) 2014
Waterman Complex (OR) 2014
Alpine Fire (WA) 2014
Rye Valley Fire (OR) 2014
Murderers Ck South (OR) 2014
Pine Creek Fire (OR) 2014
Sugar Loaf Fire (OR) 2015
Corner Creek Fire (OR) 2015
Jones Canyon Fire (OR) 2015
Ten Mile Canyon Fire (OR) 2015
West Fork Fire (OR) 2015



Contracting History


2005 US Forest Service Engine/Tender Agreement

2005 Oregon Dept. of Forestry Hand Crew Agreement

2005 Humbolt timber stand improvement

2006 US Forest Service Engine/Tender Agreement

2006 Oregon Dept. of Forestry Hand Crew Agreement

2006 Gerber Erosion Control Project

2006 Oregon Parks Hazard Tree Falling

2006 Thinning, pruning, and stacking

2006 Scotchbroom eradication

2007 US Forest Service Water Handling Agreement

2007 Oregon Dept. of Forestry Hand Crew Agreement

2008 US Forest Service Water Handling Agreement

2008 Oregon Dept. of Forestry Hand Crew Agreement

2009 Apex Commerical Remodel 30,000 sq. ft.

2009 Oregon Dept. of Forestry Hand Crew Agreement

2009 US Forest Service Water Handling Agreement

2009 US Forest Service Central Oregon Restoration Project

2009 Eugene Manual Maintenance Project

2010 US Forest Service Water Handling Agreement

2011 US Forest Service Water Handling Agreement (10 Engines)

2011 Oregon Dept. of Forestry Hand Crew Agreement (2 crews)

2012 US Forest Service Water Handling Agreement (10 Engines)

2012 Oregon Dept. of Forestry Hand Crew Agreement (2 crews)

2012 Bio-char Piling Project - Diamond Lake

2012 BLM Prescribed Fire Engine Support Contract (IDIQ)

2013 Oregon Dept. of Forestry Hand Crew Agreement (2 crews)

2013 US Forest Service Water Handling Agreement (10 engines)

2013 BLM Prescrived Fire Engine Support Contract (IDIQ)

2014 US Forest Service Water Handling Agreement (10 Engines)

2014 Oregon Dept. of Forestry Type 2 Hand Crew Agreement (3 crews)

2014 BLM Prescrived Fire Engine Support Contract (IDIQ)

2015 US Forest Service Water Handling Agreement (10 Engines)

2015 Oregon Dept. of Forestry Type 2 Hand Crew Agreement (3 crews)

2015 US Forest Service Chipper Agreement

 

Inbound, LLC Threat Condition Matrix

Threat Condition

 

Inbound, LLC looks at the National Situation Report daily.  In addition, we look at utilization of resources in host site geographical area to help determine where we are in the queue of deployable resources.  Finally, we look at weather conditions and national planning level and then we establish a daily response level in accordance with the Threat Condition matrix below:

 

1. Low Condition (Green). This condition is declared when there is a low risk of wildland fire.  Inbound takes the following general measures to ensure readiness:

  • Refining response plan and exercising as appropriate;
  • Ensuring personnel receive proper training and are ready for deployment;
  • Institutionalizing a process to assure that all facilities and personnel are regularly assessed for vulnerabilities to wildland fire preparedness, and all reasonable measures are taken to mitigate these vulnerabilities;
  • Require essential personnel to check in bi-weekly.

2. Guarded Condition (Blue). This condition is declared when there is a general risk of wildland fire. In addition to the Protective Measures taken in the previous Threat Condition, Inbound, LLC takes the following general measures in addition to the agency required Protective Measures:

  • Checking communications with designated emergency response or command locations;
  • Reviewing and updating emergency response procedures; and
  • Providing the employees with any information that would strengthen their ability to act quickly and appropriately;
  • Require essential personnel to check in weekly.

3. Elevated Condition (Yellow). An Elevated Condition is declared when there is a significant risk of wildland fire. In addition to the Protective Measures taken in the previous Threat Conditions, Inbound, LLC takes the following general measures in addition to the agency required Protective Measures:

  • Increasing surveillance of critical locations including using the National Situation Report and GACC Situation Reports;
  • Coordinating emergency plans as appropriate with nearby jurisdictions if needed;
  • Assessing whether the precise characteristics of the threat require the further refinement of preplanned Protective Measures; and
  • Implementing, as appropriate, contingency and emergency response plans;
  • Require essential personnel to check in every three days.

4. High Condition (Orange). A High Condition is declared when there is a high risk of wildland fire. In addition to the Protective Measures taken in the previous Threat Conditions, Inbound, LLC takes the following measures:

  • Coordinating necessary efforts with local response agencies;
  • Preparing to execute contingency procedures, such as staging the workforce; and
  • Requiring essential personnel to check in daily.

5. Severe Condition (Red). A Severe Condition reflects a severe risk of wildland fire. Under most circumstances, the Protective Measures for a Severe Condition are not intended to be sustained for substantial periods of time. In addition to the Protective Measures in the previous Threat Conditions, Inbound, LLC takes the following general measures in addition to the agency required Protective Measures:

  • Increasing or redirecting personnel to address critical emergency needs;
  • Assigning emergency response personnel and pre-positioning and mobilizing specially trained teams or resources;
  • Monitoring, redirecting, or constraining transportation systems; and
  • Perform pre-dispatch inspections on all gear and personnel equipment.

 

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