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Zenkaikon Radio Training

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Bob Zygala

on 25 February 2013

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Transcript of Zenkaikon Radio Training

If you need help, ask Tech Ops. You Can’t Stop the Signal... Radio Check Out: before your shift
Radio Check In: before going off shift
You are accountable for your radio.
Inspect and Test Your Radio before leaving the Convention Ops Office
Issues with battery or equipment? Return to Radio Ops in person ASAP. Hand Held Radios Radio batteries tend to last ~8 hours
Depleted batteries= less clear signal
May sound robotic or garbled
Sound clarity issues?
Try moving away from walls, heat, crowds, to a higher point
Check your batteries. Is anyone out there? Make sure you are on the correct channel. Remember: these are not secure channels Radio Communication DO's:
Limit communications to questions or situation management
Be respectful
Using the term 'Situation' or Incident'
Briefly explaining what is going
If you need to manage an incident, identify a place to meet in person or switch to cell phone if needed. Situation Management Radios are not the tool to communicate the full incident details Zenkaikon



Radio Training Radio User Responsibilities Hold the radio about an inch away from your mouth (unless you're using a headset). Push the "Push to Talk" button and wait one second before talking. Be very careful not to lean against the push to talk button. Use clear, concise, and common terms. Do not play or joke over the radio. "This is [Your Name]. If you need to be moving to keep an individual in sight, state where you are headed and provide a description of suspicious individual. We use radios to get the appropriate staff to your location with the tools that they need to handle the situation quickly and effectively. Dispatch, I have a situation and
require Safety Assistance." 1. Acknowledge your request/ask for clarification
2. Direct management to the appropriate group
3. Notify you that assistance in on the way. Take the Quiz This is a practical situation quiz that you need to pass in order to have radio privileges during Zenkaikon.

Passing this quiz does not guarantee that you will have a radio during the convention.

You will be allowed to re-answer questions until you have the correct answers.

Feel free to reference this presentation. We want you to understand what we are looking for.

For your easy reference, this information will also be available at Radio distribution in Con Ops. 1. Assistance has arrived and
2. Further description of incident is given to Managing Veteran Staff member. How to communicate: Medical Incident/Accident Procedures: Step 1: Reporting: "This is [Your Name].
Dispatch, I have a medical situation and require EMT Assistance."
Step 2: State your location. Radio Communications DON'T's:
No Profanity. Radios will be taken away.
Do not use the term "Emergency"
Do not Speak in code. ID a place to meet up instead if needed. Dispatch will: Acknowledge, Direct, Notify Step 3: Please stay with the attendee until: 1. Acknowledge your request/ask for clarification
2. Direct management to the appropriate group
3. Notify you that assistance in on the way. Dispatch will: Acknowledge, Direct, Notify
Step 3: Please stay with the attendee until: 1. Assistance has arrived and
2. Further description of incident is given to Managing Veteran Staff member. Safety incident/situation procedures Step 1: Reporting: Step 2: State Your Location Talk clearly and directly into the microphone Do not move away from an injured attendee; they are the priority!
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