OP's 4-6-13 Part 2

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  1. On a high rise incident what does the 2nd in BC do? 1102
    May be assigned Operations or as a division Supervisor on the fire floor
  2. When should any FD member go to rehab? 1103
    When they have operated beyond safe levels of physical endurance
  3. When may you proceed to Rehab? 1103
    At the direction of or permission from the IC, Ops or appropriate level of command authority
  4. What is the radio designation for the rehabilitation? 1103
  5. What are the 4 components of Rehab? 1103
    • Check-in
    • Hydration and rest
    • Physical Evaluation
    • Reassignment
  6. When will a rehab manager be utilized?1103
    Whenever possible
  7. As a "Rule of Thumb" what is an acceptable amount work to enter Rehab? 1103
    Two air bottles or 45 minutes of work
  8. What is the minimum rest period for personnel who enter Rehab? 1103
    10 minutes
  9. Where do you send a member in rehab who shows signs/symptom of medical concern? 1103
    To the Medical Unit Leader
  10. What should the pulse and temperature be below before returning to duty?
    • Pulse below 120 BPM
    • Temp below 100.6 F
  11. If company members are ready to be reassigned, may they be assigned to work with a different officer? 1103
  12. Who is responsible for ensuring that crews keep intact and report to rehab? 1103
    The Company Officer
  13. Who is responsible for ensure members Hydrate, rest and receive evaluation and clearance? 1103
    The Company Officer
  14. What are the 2 strategic priorities on a rescue/heavy rescue incident? 1200
    • Life Safety
    • Site Stabilization
  15. On a rescue/heavy rescue call what 2 elements make up Life Safety? 1200
    • Rescue
    • Medical treatment
  16. On a rescue/heavy rescue call what 2 elements make up Site Stabilization? 1200
    • Fire/Hazard Control
    • Shoring/Stabilization
  17. What are the 2 Strategic Modes on a Rescue/Heavy Rescue call? 1200
    • Active Rescue Mode 
    • Defensive Mode
  18. When would you use the Active Rescue Mode for a Rescue? 1200
    When the probability of victim survival outweighs the risk to rescuers
  19. When would you use the Defensive mode for a Rescue? 1200
    The Risk Factors outweigh the survivability and industrial standards will(must) be followed
  20. On a Rescue what are the 4 tactical elements of the Tactical Doctrine? 1200
    • Command
    • Fire Control
    • EMS
    • Rescue
  21. Who shall you request emergency appropriation of material from? 1200.11.2
    The IC
  22. The Tactical Size-up on a rescue will consider what prior to any action taken? 1200.11.4
    The safety of the rescue personnel
  23. Who shall you request Technical Assistance thru? 1200.11.6
    The IC
  24. What is the definition of Heavy Rescue? 1201.05
    Rescue operation that require staff & equipment in excess of what is carried on an engine
  25. What are the 4 tactical elements of Heavy Rescue? 1201
    • Command
    • Fire Control
    • EMS 
    • Rescue
  26. The report on Conditions for a Heavy rescue will include what 4 items? 1201.09
    • The correct location
    • Type of rescue required
    • The conditions observed
    • Request for additional resources
  27. If there is a potential for fire, what must be in place on a rescue call? 1201.10
    An attended, charged hose line
  28. EMS shall consist of what 3 elements? 1201.11
    • Triage
    • Treatment
    • Transport
  29. Who will normally be assigned "Rescue" Responsibility? 1201.12
    The 1st arriving Truck Company
  30. What 4 things is "Rescue" responsible for? 1201.12
    • Building rescue systems
    • Rescue of trapped or stranded victims
    • Provide Lighting for the scene
    • Scene Stabilization
  31. What are the 6 tactical elements of Trench Rescue? 1208.08
    • Command
    • Rescue
    • EMS
    • Fire Control
    • Logistics
    • Staging
  32. What 4 things will be included in the report on conditions for a trench rescue? 1202
    • The proper location (if different)
    • Pertinent conditions observed
    • Request additional resources (If needed)
    • Confirm PD is en-route for traffic/crowd control
  33. What are the 6 consideration the IC will look for during his size up on a trench rescue ? 1202.09.2
    • Approx size for exclusion of personnel and equipment
    • A responsible witness
    • # of victims, a survival profile and strategy mode
    • Depth, Width and Length of collapse
    • Soil conditions and additional collapse potential
    • Other hazards (Water, sewer, gas, etc.)
  34. If a fire is deemed a threat to the overall operations, it should be? 1202.10
    Extinguished but not deter from scene priorities
  35. EMS shall consist of what 3 elements on a trench rescue? 1202.11
    • Triage
    • Treatment
    • Transport
  36. Who should be responsible for "Rescue" on a trench rescue? 1202.12
    1st arriving truck company
  37. What are the 6 responsibilities of the rescue group on trench rescues? 1202.12.1
    • Controlling entry into trenches
    • Building temporary emergency shoring and replacing it with shoring when available
    • Rescue trapped victims
    • Lockout/tag out of equipment
    • Providing lighting
    • Maintaining close coordination with other functional groups
  38. What is the maximum depth trench we will enter that is unshored? 1202.12.2
    5 ft normal soil, 4 ft unstable soil
  39. How long will rescue operations continue on a trench rescue? 1202.12.2
    Until all victims have been rescued or it?s been determined the remaining have expired
  40. A means of egress will be how many feet apart on trench rescues? 1202.12.2
    Every 25 ft
  41. When will fall protection be used on a trench rescue? 1202.12.2
    Anytime a rescuer will be working off a ladder in a trench that is deeper that 5 ft
  42. When will emergency shoring be replaced with construction grade shoring? 1202.12.3
    When the operation switches to body recovery
  43. Who should be assigned Logistics on a trench rescue? 1202.12.4
    The 2nd in truck company
  44. What are the 2 main responsibilities of logistics on a trench rescue? 1202.12.4
    • Providing material for emergency trench shoring
    • Providing the tools & equipment for shoring and extrication
  45. Who does staging report to in a trench rescue? 1202.13
    The IC
  46. What is the responsibility of staging during a trench rescue operation? 1202.13
    Maintaining sufficient relief crews for all functional groups
  47. What are the 7 tactical elements of Confined space Rescue? Clarks PP
    • Command
    • Rescue
    • EMS
    • Fire Control
    • Logistics
    • Staging
    • Lockout/tagout (if required)
  48. What are the 4 primary hazardous atmospheres on a Confined Space Rescue? 1203
    • O2 below 19.5% or above 23.5%
    • At or above 10% of the LEL
    • Airborne dust that obscure vision at 5 ft or less
    • Products of vapors at or above their IDLH concentrations
  49. On a Confined Space Rescue, who do we consider a qualified person/contact? 1203
    A person from the facility who can identify hazards in the work area
  50. What is a major cause of confined space injuries/fatalities? 1203
    Failure to immediately recognize and assess the hazards
  51. What causes more than 65% of fatalities in confined space incidents? 1203
    Hazardous atmospheres
  52. What must be determined before any rescue entry may commence? 1203
    Victims survivability
  53. What are the 5 most common gases found in confined space below grade? 1203
    • Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
    • Carbon Monoxide (CO)
    • Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
    • Methane (CH4)
    • Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)
  54. In how many feet increments will atmospheric monitoring take place? 1203
    Every 4 feet
  55. What are the 10 pre-entry concerns for Confined Space? 1203
    • Size up
    • Stabilize the immediate area
    • Eliminate ignition sources
    • Develop a contingency plan
    • Choose proper Entry and/or Exit points
    • Determine proper equipment needs
    • Hazard evaluation
    • Protective clothing requirements
    • Respiratory Requirements
  56. What is the max travel for entrants when using external air SAR systems? 1203
    300 feet
  57. How many backup members do we need for each entry team member? 1203
    One for each member
  58. Should we give O2 to victims in a confined Space Rescue? 1203
    It?s not recommended, if done, then the air must be closely monitored
  59. When monitoring the atmosphere, what 3 conditions should we test for? 1203
    • O2 content
    • Flammability
    • Toxic Air
  60. Who should be utilized to do the atmosphere monitoring? 1203
    the HAZMAT team
  61. What are the 6 primary/backup ways to communicate in confined space? 1203
    • Rope
    • Hand Signals
    • Light signals
    • Voice
    • Portable radios
    • Hard wired systems (Con-space)
  62. What are the (OATH) signals for communicating? 1203
    • 1 pull/light flash Okay
    • 2 pulls/light flashes Advance
    • 3 pulls/light flashes Take up slack
    • 4 Pulls/light flashes Help
  63. The contents of the confined space should be evaluated by HAZMAT for? 1203
  64. (In order) what are the safest ways of victim removal (3 ways)? 1203
    • Self-rescue
    • Non entry Rescue
    • Rescue utilizing authorized entrants
  65. What are the 4 Tactical elements of Rope Rescue? 1204.9
    • Safety of the Rescuers and Victim(s) 
    • Reconnaissance
    • EMS
    • Rescue
  66. Should the 1st arriving company attempt to reach victims in a rope rescue?
    Yes, it will also allow a rescuer to evaluate the situation, provide some security and initial EMS to the victims
  67. If the initial responders have to use a rope to make contact with the victim, are the required to have a main and back up line? 1204.12
    No, however they should use both
  68. Does the rescue group have to use a rope system to transport tools and manpower to aid in the removal of a victim? 1204.13
  69. Who shall build the rope rescue system to remove the victim? 1204.13
    The Rescue Group
  70. Does the Rope Rescue System used to remove the victim have to have both a haul and safety line? 1204.13
  71. What are the 4 tactical elements of Heavy Rescue High/Low angle? 1205.8
    • Command
    • Fire Control
    • Rescue
    • EMS
  72. What are the 4 items for the Report on Conditions on a High/Low angle Rescue? 1205.9
    • The correct Address
    • Type of rescue
    • Report on conditions
    • Additional Resources
  73. EMS consists of what 3 elements on a High/Low Angle Rescue? 1205.11
    • Triage
    • Treatment
    • Transport
  74. Who should normally be assigned Rescue Group in a high/low rescue? 1205.12
    1st in truck company
  75. What 4 things is the Rescue Group responsible for in a High/Low rescue? 1205.12
    • Building rescue systems
    • Rescuing victims
    • Provide lighting
    • Scene stability
  76. What are the 6 Tactical Elements for a Structural Collapse? 1206.8
    • Command
    • Fire Control
    • EMS
    • Rescue
    • Logistics
    • Staging
  77. Who shall provide Reconnaissance and scene assessment on a Structural Collapse? 1206
    The IC
  78. What are the 4 items for the report on conditions on a structural collapse? 1206.9.1
    • The proper location
    • Report on conditions
    • Additional Resources (as needed)
    • LE for crowd control
  79. What are the 9 items that the IC will determine at a structural Collapse? 1206.9.2
    • Building use
    • Number of occupants
    • Number of trapped victims (if Known)
    • Where they may be located
    • If any rescue operations are under way by others
    • Nature and extent of damage
    • Danger of Fire Travel
    • Presence of Hazardous Materials
    • Possibility of flooding
  80. Fire control consists of what 5 items on a collapse? 1206.10
    • Any fire that threatens the overall operation will be extinguished
    • Steps need to be taken to prevent re-ignition
    • Fire control will deter from other priorities
    • Secure all utilities
    • Ventilate the structure
  81. EMS consists of what 3 elements on a collapse? 1206.11
    • Triage
    • Treatment
    • Transport
  82. Who should normally be assigned Rescue Group in a collapse? 1206.12
    1st in truck company
  83. What 6 things is the Rescue Group responsible for in a collapse?1206.12
    • Controlling access in the structure
    • Building rescue systems
    • Physical rescue of victims
    • Providing lighting
    • Coordinating with other groups and experts
    • Identification of areas/building searches
  84. What are the 4 stages of physically rescuing trapped victims in a collapse? 1206.12
    • Stage I - Immediate rescue of surface victims
    • Stage II - Exploration and rescue from likely voids
    • Stage III - Selected debris removal
    • Stage IV - General debris removal
  85. Who should normally be assigned Logistics on a collapse? 1206.13
    2nd in truck
  86. What 2 items are logistics responsible for providing in a collapse? 1206.13
    • Shoring material
    • Tools and equipment for shoring & extrication
  87. Who does Staging report to in a collapse? 1206.14
    The IC or Operations
  88. What is staging responsible for on a collapse? 1206.14
    Maintaining sufficient relief crews for all functional groups
  89. In a vehicle extrication what circle is immediately around the vehicle? 1207.5.1
    The Action Circle
  90. In a vehicle extrication what circle is completed by 2 rescuers walking about 10-15 ft away from the vehicle? 1207.5.2
    The outer circle survey
  91. In a vehicle extrication what circle is completed by 1 or 2 rescuers walking adjacent to the vehicle, looking for entrapments and victims under the vehicle? 1207.5.3
    The inner circle survey
  92. What are the 8 items for the report on conditions for a vehicle extrication? 1207.8
    • Correct address
    • Confirmation of pin-ins
    • Number of patients and vehicles
    • Additional hazards
    • Additional resources needed
    • Formally establish command
    • Name the incident
    • Assign incident resources
  93. The IC will ensure the 4 following items will occur at a vehicle extrication? 1207.8
    • Inner circle Survey
    • Outer circle survey
    • Establish an Action circle
    • Deploy an 1 ½ in charged hose line
  94. What 2 things will the Chief Officer due upon arrival of a vehicle extrication? 1207.9
    • Assume command
    • Redirect strategy & tactics (as required)
  95. How often is OSHA required training in lockout/tag-out procedures conducted? 1208.3
  96. Who is responsible to ensure that all reasonable efforts have been made to lockout/tagout equipment? 1208.6
    The IC
  97. Do some machines that require Lockout/tagout have more that 1 power source? 1208.7
  98. Who will be in charge of the lock if more than 1 rescuer will be working on a piece of equipment during a lockout/tagout event? 1208.8
    The company officer of the crew working on the piece of equipment
  99. What is a warning device affixed to an energy isolating device? 1208.9
    A "Tag" or tagout device
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OP's 4-6-13 Part 2
2013-05-01 05:18:42
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