NFPA 610-2019 Guide for Emergency and Safety Operations at Motorsports Venues.
3.3.23 Medical Gloves. An item of emergency medical protec‐ tive clothing that is designed and configured to provide barrier protection to the wearer’s hand to at least the wrist. 3.3.24 Motorsports Safety Awareness Level. A designation for the capability expected of an individual who has been given basic safety information as provided by the venue/event inci‐ dent action plan. 3.3.25 Motorsports Safety Command Manager. An individual in management assigned to oversee the direction and supervi‐ sion of the venue/event incident action plan and operations. 3.3.26 Motorsports Safety Operations Level. A designation for the capability expected of operations personnel that pertains to their specific responsibilities and duties as provided by the venue/event incident action plan. 3.3.27 Motorsports Safety Specialist Level. A designation for the capability expected of highly specialized personnel that pertains to the performance of their specific areas of rescue or emergency expertise as provided by the venue/event incident action plan.
3.3.13 Hazard. That which is capable of posing an unreasona‐ ble risk to health, safety, or the environment; capable of caus‐ ing harm. 3.3.14 Hazardous Materials Incident. An incident involving hazardous or volatile chemicals or other materials that, pursuant to local, state, or federal law, requires prescribed actions for clean-up, disposal, or both. 3.3.15 Hazardous Situation. An act or condition that is judged to present a danger to persons or property that is so urgent and severe that it requires immediate corrective or preventive action. 3.3.16 Incident Action Plan (IAP). A written or verbal plan stating the overall objectives, strategy, and specific tactics for a specified period of time. [1051, 2016] 3.3.17 Incident Commander (IC). The individual responsible for all incident activities, including the development of strat‐ egies and tactics and the ordering and the release of resources. [472, 2017] 3.3.18 Incident Management System (IMS). A system that defines the roles and responsibilities to be assumed by respond‐ ers and the standard operating procedures to be used in the management and direction of emergency incidents and other functions. [1561, 2014] 3.3.19 Incipient Stage. The early stage of a fire, in which the progression has not developed beyond that which can be extin‐ guished using either portable fire extinguishers or handlines flowing up to 473 L/min (125 gpm). [600, 2015] 3.3.20 Local Authority. See 3.2.2, Authority Having Jurisdic‐ tion. 3.3.21 Major Facility. A purpose-built motorsports venue occupying a large amount of land that can accommodate a mass gathering to witness a motorsports event.NFPA 610 pdf download.