Statewide ARMER Resources

 

State Standards

Below are select ARMER Statewide Standards.  For a complete listing of all ARMER Statewide Standards, please go to the Statewide Emergency Communications Board website

1.5.2 Changes to Operational Standards
1.8.0 System Change Management
1.10.0 Requesting Participation & Participation Plan Changes
2.5.0 Radio Standard ID and Talkgroup Allocation
3.16.0 800 MHz Statewide Incident Response Talkgroups - STACs, ETACs, FTACs, & LTACs with addendum
3.16.2 Air Ambulance Landing Zones
3.17.0 COML Certification
3.17.2 S-COML Talkgroup
3.17.3 COMT Certification
3.19.0 Use of Statewide 800 MHz Common Pool Talk Groups-LE_TACs & LESIU_TACs
3.28.0 Use of Statewide Emergency Management Talkgroup SEMTAC
3.31.0 ARMER System StatusBoard
3.32.0 Interoperable Plain Language Policy
3.44.0 Statewide Pursuit Communications
4.12.0 ARMER System Vendor Support

State Standards Amended Through the Change Management Process
(amendments effective November 22, 2013)

3.15.0 Use of 700 MHz and 800 MHz Statewide Scene of Action (SOA) Channelseffective November 22, 2013
3.16.0 800 MHz Statewide Incident Response Talkgroups - STACs, ETACs, FTACs, & LTAC-effective November 22, 2013
3.16.2 Use of Statewide 800 MHz STAC 1-12 Talkgroups - Air Ambulance Emergency Landing Zone Coordination effective November 22, 2013
3.16.6 MHz Statewide Uniform Interoperability Radio zones-effective November 22, 2013
3.18.0 Standard FCC Interoperability Channel Naming Format-effective November 22, 2013
3.19.0 Use of 800 MHz Statewide LTAC and SIU Interoperability Talkgroupseffective November 22, 2013

Other Statewide Documents

Minnesota SCIP Updated January 2012
Minnesota EMS Communications Plan Approved January 2012
Minnesota Hospital Communications Best Practices Guide June 2011