Incident A/V

(206) 457-6079

At Incident AV, we specialize in providing cutting-edge video and streaming services tailored for incident management teams. Our solutions are designed to facilitate clear and effective communication with the public and stakeholders during critical incidents. Whether it’s a natural disaster, emergency response, or public safety event, our team ensures that every moment is captured and broadcasted with clarity and precision. Reach out to us to ensure your incident management communication is seamless and professional.

Camera and Support Equipment:• Broadcast-Quality Cameras: Includes primary and auxiliary cameras ensuring comprehensive coverage, capable of capturing high-resolution images essential for detailed analysis and reporting.Audio Equipment:• Microphones: Multiple tour-grade wireless and wired microphones capture clear audio from various sources.
• Audio Mixer: Capable of managing multiple input channels to ensure balanced sound output.
Video Switching/Routing:• Video Switchers: HD video switchers with multiple inputs and outputs facilitate seamless switching and mixing of live video feeds, essential for live updates and briefings.
• Signal Distribution: Ensures robust signal routing and distribution, maintaining high-quality video feeds across various output devices.
Computing, Processing, and Networking:• Encoders and Decoders: Advanced hardware for encoding and decoding digital video streams, supporting efficient live streaming and recording.
• Network Equipment: Includes routers and wireless bridges to ensure uninterrupted network connectivity, vital for remote communication and control during incidents.
Cloud and Storage Solutions:• Cloud Video Storage: Secure storage solutions for archiving video content, accessible post-incident for review and analysis.Personnel:• Team Lead/Director and Camera Technicians: Professional staff to manage the technical setup and execution of video production, ensuring high-quality output and operational efficiency.

A service of ©Overhand Industries. All rights reserved.

Thank You

Incident A/V: Crisis communication in the real-world


Apply today

If you have skills in video and audio production, send a resume and we will contact you. We also offer a 2-Day Training Course. You must be trained as a Wildland Firefighter and have an active Red Card.How to Become a Wildland Firefighter

NWCG Training | Media Production Training

Incident A/V:
Media Production Training

Media Production Course: The critical elements of video production including script-writing, camera and equipment selection, audio recording, editing and post production are covered in this course.Training courses can be offered as a private class for groups or individuals, and the content can be customized to meet your specific needs. Registration fee is $499. After registering, we will contact you with further instructions on how to begin and complete training.

Wildfire Fact Sheet

Wildfire Fact Sheet


Wildfires are uncontrolled fires that burn in natural areas such as forests, grasslands, or prairies. They can occur anywhere, but are most common in areas with dry climates and abundant vegetation.

Key Facts

  • Causes: Lightning, human activity (campfires, cigarettes, arson), volcanic activity, and downed power lines.
  • Seasonality: Typically occur during hot, dry periods; varies by region (e.g., summer in the US West, dry season in Australia).
  • Speed: Can spread rapidly, up to 14 mph in forests and 6 mph in grasslands.
  • Size: Can range from small fires covering a few acres to massive blazes covering hundreds of thousands of acres.


  • Environmental: Destroys vegetation, wildlife habitats, and can lead to soil erosion and water contamination.
  • Economic: Costs billions in damages to property, infrastructure, and firefighting efforts.
  • Health: Causes respiratory issues from smoke inhalation, increases hospital visits, and can lead to fatalities.


  • Firebreaks: Clear vegetation to create gaps that stop or slow the spread of fire.
  • Controlled Burns: Deliberately set fires to manage vegetation and reduce fuel for potential wildfires.
  • Public Education: Inform communities about fire safety, proper disposal of flammable materials, and evacuation plans.


  • Detection: Use of satellites, drones, and lookout towers to spot fires early.
  • Suppression: Firefighters use water, fire retardants, and tools to contain and extinguish fires. Aerial support may include helicopters and planes.
  • Evacuation: Authorities issue evacuation orders to protect human life. Residents should have a plan in place and follow official guidance.


  • Reforestation: Planting trees and vegetation to restore ecosystems.
  • Rehabilitation: Repairing infrastructure and supporting affected communities.
  • Monitoring: Ongoing surveillance to detect potential flare-ups and assess environmental recovery.


  • Average Annual Fires (US): Approximately 70,000 wildfires burn about 7 million acres.
  • Largest Wildfire (World): The 2003 Siberian Taiga Fires burned over 47 million acres.
  • Cost: The 2018 California wildfires caused $24 billion in damages.


Contact Information

  • Emergency: 911
  • Local Fire Department: [Contact Details]
  • Wildfire Information: National Fire Information Center - 208-387-5050

Quick Tips

  • Before a Fire: Create defensible space around your home, have an emergency kit ready, and know your evacuation routes.
  • During a Fire: Follow evacuation orders, stay informed through local news, and avoid areas affected by smoke.
  • After a Fire: Return home only when authorities say it's safe, be cautious of hazards like downed power lines, and document damages for insurance.

Incident A/V

(206) 457-6079

Incident AV Pricing Sheet and Ordering InformationCompany: Overhand Industries LLC
Address: 502 Frederick St SE Olympia WA, 98501
Contact: Mark Enty (206) 457-6079
Service ModulesPrimary Production Module
• Full-scale video and streaming service for comprehensive incident coverage. Includes multiple cameras, professional audio, and live streaming capabilities.
• Daily Rate: $4,500.00
• Additional Notes: This module is suitable for extensive incidents requiring detailed documentation and live coverage.
Auxiliary Production Module
• Supplementary service for smaller-scale or simultaneous incidents. Focuses on essential coverage with flexibility.
• Daily Rate: $1,750.00
• Additional Notes: Ideal for auxiliary events or lower intensity incident scenes.
Spike Camp Support
• On-demand support services tailored to the specific needs of the incident camp.
• Call for Pricing: Prices vary based on the specific requirements and duration of support.
Ordering InformationBooking Process:
1. Contact: Reach out via email or phone to discuss your needs and schedule a consultation.
2. Consultation: Our team will assess the incident requirements and propose a tailored service package.
3. Confirmation: Confirm the service details and receive a formal quote with a detailed breakdown.
4. Deployment: Upon agreement, our team prepares and deploys to the incident site.
Terms & Conditions:
Prices are fixed, but a locality-based surcharge may apply depending on the incident location and requirements. A deposit may be required to secure booking dates, with full payment due upon service completion.
• Cancellation fees apply as per the agreement specifics.
Emergency Response:
For emergency incidents, please contact as soon as possible to expedite deployment.
• An Emergency Equipment Rental Agreement (EERA) will be initiated for immediate service provision.
Contact for Further Information• Email: [email protected]
• Phone: (206) 457-6079

A service of ©Overhand Industries. All rights reserved.