Collision Investigation

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bmills
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106608
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Collision Investigation
Updated:
2011-10-05 11:14:04
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  1. Evidence will do what 4 things for you?
    • - Aid enforcement at problem areas
    • - Aid engineering for better designs
    • - Aid education of drivers
    • - Support your position in civil cases
  2. Undue congestion can do what three things?
    • Hinder Investigations
    • Cause additional crashes
    • Cecrease officer safety
  3. Four things included in preliminary field sketch?
    • Short lived evidence
    • Position of vehicles final rest
    • View obstructions
    • Traffic control signals
  4. Five possible physical conditions of driver?
    • Alcohol
    • Drugs
    • Illness
    • Fatigue
    • Depression/Anger
  5. Four pieces of hit and run evidence?
    • Broken glass
    • Tire prints
    • Vehicle parts that fell/torn off
    • Anything that fell out of car
  6. Two exclusions to Un-stabilized situation classification?
    • Deliberate intent
    • Legal Intervention: Officer takes action to cause crash.
  7. Five motor vehicle collision classifications by severity?
    • Disabling Damage
    • Functional Damage
    • Other Motor Vehicle Damage
    • Other Property Damage
    • No Damage
  8. Nine things to include in a diagram for a serious or fatal collision?
    • Unit resting locations
    • Location of injured/dead
    • Tire Marks
    • Roadway or roadside damages
    • Debris and debris path
    • Objects on or near roadway that are damaged
    • View Obstructions
    • Sight distances
    • Camera position when you take photos
  9. At the Awareness level, two NFPA duties?
    • Analyze
    • Plan
  10. Under NFPA first duty Analyze, 1st priority?
    Identification
  11. Under NFPA 2nd duty, Plan, two priorities?
    • Protective Actions
    • Notification Process
  12. Which Class of explosive functions by combustion?
    Class B
  13. Which Class of explosive functions by detonation?
    Class B
  14. Flammable liquids emit ignitable vapors at what temp?
    200 deg or cooler
  15. Flammable liquids have a flash point no higher than what temp?
    141 deg
  16. Combustible liquids have a flash point between what temps?
    140 to 200 deg
  17. Flammable and combustible liquids fall under what class?
    Class 3
  18. Class 4 materials contain what 3 categories?
    • Flammable Solids
    • Spontaneously combustible materials
    • Dangerous when wet materials
  19. Two things that will be included on a small hazmat package label?
    • Name of commodity
    • Identification number
  20. Hazard level numbers
    • 0: No hazard
    • 1: Slight hazard
    • 2: Moderate hazard
    • 3: Extreme hazard
    • 4: Severe hazard
  21. By law, every shipping paper must contain what info in sequence?
    • Proper shipping name
    • Hazard class or division number
    • Four digit ID number
    • Packaging group
    • Total weight of material
  22. The Hazmat guide book is not intended to:
    • Help during Hazmat cleanup
    • Determining compliance with any regulations
    • Address every potential Hazmat incident
  23. Guidebook, Yellow pages list what first?
    Guide numbers of materials
  24. Blue pages list what first?
    Names of materials
  25. Orange pages list what three things?
    • Emergency response
    • Potential Hazards
    • Community Safety
  26. Green pages contain info on what two things?
    • Initial Isolation
    • Protective action distances
  27. First damage or injury producing event that occurred?
    First harmfull event

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