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  1. What does RPM relate to in triage
    • Respirations
    • Pulse
    • Mentation
  2. How long is the extention for deployed military...
    90 days
  3. What is the low and high IDLH for o2
    >19.5 <23.5
  4. A 100 FT section of steel will expand____ @ 1100 degrees
    9 inch
  5. What are the four attributes of smoke
    • volume
    • velocity
    • density
    • color
  6. What is the tactical guide for GPM of a defensive master stream opperation
    750 GPM
  7. What are the three basic tactical priorites
    • Rescue
    • Fire control
    • loss control
  8. What are the three tactical benchmarks
    • all clear
    • under control
    • loss stopped
  9. What is IDLH for CO
    1200 PPM
  10. What is the min for level 1 staging
    3 or more compainies
  11. During warm weather what is the min amount of water u should drink in a 24 hour shift
    2Q=64 oz
  12. What does NTSB stand for?
    National trasportation saftey board
  13. What are the three categories for Highrise response
    • 1)Alarm activation
    • 2) report of smoke and/or Fire
    • 3) Determination of a working fire and/or sprinkler system activation
  14. What would be a Ladder company function Be on a fire alarm activation
    assume the lobby control division
  15. What are the units that would respond For reports of smoke or fire in a Highrise
    • four engines
    • three ladders
    • three rescues
    • two squads 1or3 and 2
    • unit 78
    • three comanders
  16. Where will the EMS branch be located in a highrise event
    Three floors below the fire floor
  17. Where should the Resorces branch be located in a highrise
    two floors below the fire floor
  18. what is the max amount of firefighters allowed in a elevator
    6 max
  19. How many floors can u travel before u need to stop and check for normal opperation in a highrise
    every 5 floors
  20. Fire code requires that a hydrant be how close to a FDC
    40-100 FT
  21. How do you determine discharge pressure for a highrise
    100 plus 5 PSI per floor above the first floor
  22. What is the length of the 1 3/4 and 2 1/2 preconnets
    • 1 3/4 will be 200'
    • 2 1/2 will be 200-300'
  23. What is the ADULTS acronym and when would u use it
    • to determine the need for a 2 1/2 line
    • a-advanced fire
    • d-defensive
    • u-unknown location
    • l-large undivided area
    • t-tons of water
  24. what are the four factors that influence a fire stream
    • velocity
    • gravity
    • wind
    • friction with air
  25. What are the solid stream nozzle pressures?
    • handline =50 psi
    • master =80psi
  26. what is the solid stream nozzle GPM formula
    GPM=29.7xD2X SQRNP
  27. What are the solid stream tip sizes and GPM
    • 1" =200
    • 1 1/8 =250
    • 1 1/4=325
  28. What are the solid tip master stream tip sizes and GPM
    • 1 3/8=500
    • 1 1/2=600
    • 1 3/4=800
    • 2=1000
  29. What are the fog nozzles and GPM
    • SM20=60-200
    • SM30=75-325
    • Akromatic 2000=500-2000
  30. Per NFPA 1901 are broken stream nozzles required to be carried on pumpers
    no
  31. What are nozzles pressure for afd nozzles
    • solid tip-50psi
    • solid tip master-80psi
    • vindicator handline- 50psi
    • vidicator master- 85psi
    • all fogs -100psi
  32. What is the formula for calculating nozzle reaction
    NR=1.57xD2xNP
  33. What is the formula to calcualte PDP
    PDP=NP+FL+AP+/-EL
  34. What is the formula to calcualte friction loss
    FL=CQ2L
  35. What are the coefficients for friction loss
    • 1 3/4=15.5
    • 2 1/2=2
    • 5=.08
  36. What is the friction loss for 1 3/4 at various GPM
    • 100GPM=15 psi
    • 125GPM=25 psi
    • 150GPM=35 psi
    • 175GPM=45 psi
    • 200GPM=65 psi
    • 250GPM=100 psi
  37. What is the max opperating pressure for 1 3/4 2 1/2' 5'
    • 1 3/4 = 300psi
    • 2 1/2 = 300psi
    • 5'= 185psi
  38. What is the friction loss for 2 1/2 per 100FT section
    • 150GPM=5PSI
    • 200GPM=8PSI
    • 250GPM=13PSI
    • 300GPM=18PSI
    • 325=21PSI
  39. What is the friction loss for 5' for 1000gpm and 2000gpm
    • 1000=8psi
    • 2000=32psi
  40. ______ psi is added to griction loss for each appliance if the total water flowing is greater then_______?
    10 psi for <350 GPM
  41. What is the Psi friction loss for each master stream appliance?
    15 psi
  42. Water that must be lifted requires an additional ______ Psi per foot lifted
    0.434 rounded to .5
  43. NFPA Fire pump capacity at 150-200-250 PSI
    • 150=100%
    • 200=70%
    • 250=50%
  44. What is the national fire academy (NFA) Fire flow formula
    • NF=A/3
    • A= length x width
  45. What are the RITtactical benchmarks?
    • RIT entering structure
    • FF located
    • Air supply secured
    • RIT exiting structure
    • RIT out and PAR
  46. What are the sizes and max opperating pressure and max flow of portibale monitors
    • 1 3/8
    • 1 1/2
    • 1 3/4
    • 2
    • max=200psi
    • max flow=1250GPM
  47. What are 5 ladder company opperations?
    • search
    • forcible entry
    • ventilation
    • loss control
    • utilities control
  48. What kind of fluid and how often shoul you change it out for the rabbit tool
    Hurst Phosphate-ester hydrualic fluid and after 10 hours of use
  49. What are the ground ladders that we carry and specific use
    • 10'attic - interior attic access
    • 14' extention- interior use
    • 14' and 16' roof-first story roof second story window
    • 24' extention- third floor windowsill second floor window
    • 35' extention- forth floor windowsill third floor window
  50. what is the bedded length of the 24' and 2-3 section 35' extention ladder
    • 24'-14'
    • 35' two section- 20'
    • 35' three section - 15'
  51. Refering to the click method what is one click equal too in feet?
    14" of vertical travel
  52. According to what NFPA should ground ladders be tested annualy
    NFPA1932
  53. What is the rule that FF should use to determine if a wall needs to be opend up?
    15 second/ 2 minnute rule
  54. What are the High Target Areas when serching a resedential structure
    • Direct proximity to the main door
    • Egress paths
    • bedrooms
    • bathrooms
  55. Traffic light usually carry____volts? what can street light volts be up to?
    • 240 volts
    • 6800 volts
  56. What is the flamability range and ignition temp of natural gas? what is the odorant given?
    • 4-14%
    • 1000 degrees
    • mercaptin
  57. Wildland FF has Three Triaged catigories for structures what are they?
    • Needed little or no attention
    • Needing protection but savable
    • Hopeless
  58. At what percent of roof envolvement for a wildland fire would the structure be considered hopeless?
    25 %
  59. What does AMAFCA sand for?
    Alb metropolitan arroyo flood control authority
  60. What is the min PPE for swift water rescue?
    • swift water helmet
    • Knife
    • whistle
    • PFD
    • Good traction shoes/boots
    • work gloves when handeling rope
  61. What degree and what is the angle called for body position for self rescue in a swift water situation?
    45 Degree and Ferry angle
  62. What are the 7 positions for the throw bag deployment in swift water rescue?
    • 1 throw bag person
    • 2 belayer
    • 3-4 throw bag belayer
    • 5 pickup belayer
    • 6 pickup person
    • 7 Division/ Group supervisior
  63. What are the swift water task force stations?
    4-8-9-12-13-15-19-20-S2
  64. What is the dispatch for swift water rescue?
    72 Echo 3
  65. What is the NFPA for standard on operations and training for technical search and rescue incidents?
    1670
  66. In relation to confined space rescue what does MSDS stand for?
    Material safety data sheet
  67. For elevator operations what 3 things constitute and emergency?
    • Fire
    • Illness injury
    • Panic
  68. Trenc rescue staging should be ___ FT back for what reason?
    150 Ft, Potential secondary collapse
  69. Trench rescue Hazard zones are what?
    • hot zone- 0-50'
    • warm zone- 50-100'
    • cold zone - 100-150'
  70. For rescue opperations in trench rescue what two things can u do to make the area safe?
    • Eliminate vibration within 300' of the trench
    • FAA contact for no fly zone
  71. In trench rescue how far should the spoil pile be away from the lip?
    2'
  72. What is the % of those who can be saved within the first 24 hours of a structural collapse
    80%
  73. What are the 5 types of structural collapse?
    • lean-to
    • cantilever
    • pancake
    • v-type
    • a-frame
  74. What are the three Hazard markings on door for a structural collapse?
    • empty box-safe to search
    • single slash- somer areas may be safe
    • X- not safe to search
  75. What is in the areas of an X for search
    • left - rescue team indentifier
    • top- Date and time of departure
    • right- personal hazards
    • bottom-number of live and dead victims
  76. What is the hot zone for airbag lifting?
    50'
  77. How big are placards and where are they found on non fixed facilites?
    10 3/4 in and on all sides
  78. What are the four colors and designation of each for the NFPA 704 system?
    • RED- flamability
    • Blue- health
    • Yellow- Reactivity
    • White- special information

    1-4 4 being the worst
  79. What does NRC stand for? Who opperates it?
    • Natonal Responce Center
    • U.S.C.G
  80. CO causes how many accidental deaths and injuries each year?
    1500-10000
  81. What are the Four classifications and coresponding color for the START triage System?
    • Immediate- Red
    • Delayed- Yellow
    • Minor-Green
    • Dead/Dying -Black
  82. How many retest and what is the passing score for each, in relation to driving school?
    • 85%-1st
    • 90%- 2nd
  83. What is the max opperating PSI for a transfer valve
    75 PSI or less
  84. For inspection and matenance purposes what is the min amount of time that stabelizers must be set up
    90 seconds NFPA 1901
  85. How much money does the COA designate for tuition assistance each fiscal year?
    20,000
  86. List 3 methods to get an ISO on-scene and discuss the advantages and disadvantages
    • -on call training or safety
    • -health and safety committee members
    • -all eligible officers

    dedicated ISO
  87. List 4 examples of when automatic ISO delegation should take place
    • -"working" incident
    • -growing span of control
    • -mutual aid incident
    • -firefighter down/missing/trapped
  88. List 4 examples of when an automatic ISO response is benefical
    • -residential or commercial fires
    • -wildland interface fires
    • -specialty team incidents
    • -target hazard incidents
  89. Explain the reasons that the ISO role should be preplanned
    It allows the IC to be proactive during an incident towards safety and the incident's ever changing needs
  90. What responsibility does the ISO have in the use of OSHA title 29 CFRs
    • the OSHA CFR's emphasize the need to have a site safety plan for operations involving hazmat, confined spaces, trenches and hazardous energy.
    • when rescue activities are needed by the fire dept.
  91. What does "IDLH" stand for
    • Immediately
    • Dangerous
    • Life
    • Health
  92. List the 11 topical areas in the NFPA 1500 chapter on emergency operations
    • -Incident management¬†
    • -Communications
    • -Risk management during emerg. operations
    • -Personnel accountability during emerg. oper.
    • -Members operating at emerg. incidents
    • -Control zones
    • -Roadway incidents
    • -Rapid intervention for rescue members
    • -Rehab during emerg. operations
    • -Scene of violence, civil-unrest or terrorism
    • -Post incident analysis
  93. What are the 7 topical areas listed in NFPA 1521 for functions of an ISO
    • -Incident management system
    • -General incident safety
    • -Fire suppression
    • -Emergency medical service operations
    • -Hazardous materials
    • -Special operations
    • -Post incident responsibilities
  94. Define regulations
    outline details and procedures that have the force of law issued by execu. govern. authorities
  95. Define codes
    work of law established or adopted by rule making authority
  96. Define laws
    enforceable rules of conduct that help protect society
  97. Define guides
    publications that offer procedures, directions or standards or care as a reasonable means to address a condition or situation
  98. What is the significance of the US Department of Homeland Security to the fire service
    • -NRP put in place to help manage catastrophic events that are beyond capabilities of state and local agencies
    • -it also provided grant money to fire service that are NIMS compliant
  99. How are OSHA and NIOSH different
    • -OSHA is part of the US Department of Labor and is tasked with the Creation and Enforcement of Workplace Law
    • -NIOSH is the safety/health research and educational arm of the federal government
  100. What has typically motivated the establishment of guiding publications
    majority of guiding publications result from tragic events

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