Notifies Servicing Human Resources Office (SHRO) and Department of the Interior Medical Standards Program (DOI MSP) at email@example.com when WLFF receives a non-clearance determination from a clinic.
Notifies Wildland Fire Safety Program Manager (WFSPM) if medical condition of WLFF changes. If the WLFF develops a change in medical status (injury or illness) between yearly medical exams that prevents them from performing arduous duty lasting longer than three consecutive weeks, contact the DOI MSP at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 888-286-2521.
Participates in the Interactive Risk Assessment Process
The FMO will be able to identify an AD/EFF as"Mission Critical" at the time an exam is scheduled, understanding that they assume all SHRO responsibilities with record management and the Risk Mitigation/ Waiver Process. If an FMO sends an AD/EFF for a medical examination, it is agreed the AD/EFF is mission critical and will be allowed to go through the entire first and second level Risk Mitigation/Waiver Processes should they be placed in Not Cleared status.
FMO assumes roles and responsibilities of the SHRO for applicant/incumbent if they are AD/EFF in the Risk Mitigation/Waiver Process.