OP's 4-6-13 Part 3

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OP's 4-6-13 Part 3
2013-05-01 01:18:23
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  1. What 3 pieces of information needs to be on the tag of a tagout procedure? 1208.9.3
    • Name of person performing Lockout/Tagout
    • Date & time implemented
    • Date and time of removal
  2. After a Lockout/Tagout what state must equipment be in before work can begin? 1208
    "Zero Energy State"
  3. Who should we utilize to assist with ensuring equipment is at "Zero Energy"? 120810.2
    Plant electrical and mechanical engineers
  4. After a rescue where multiple lockout/tagouts have been applied, what 4 things must be done prior to leaving? 1208.11
    • Remove all tools and replace machine guards
    • Remove the tags and locks, check for personnel exposure
    • Reconnect all energy sources
    • Restart the equipment per the SOP for that piece of equipment
  5. What are 3 precautions during a Lockout/Tagout procedure? 1208.12
    • Look for hidden energy sources
    • Be sure power can't be supplied to the equipment
    • Inform other agencies of the Lockout/Tagout
  6. What are the 3 levels of Swift water certifications? 1209.5
    • Awareness
    • Operations
    • Technician
  7. Which swift water level is the minimum level that could be 1st on-scene and is not considered a rescuer? 1209.5.1
    Awareness Level
  8. Which Swift water level is capable of hazard recognition and are limited to low risk tactics? 1209.5.2
    Operations Level
  9. What Swift water level is capable of high risk tactics and can "conduct a Go"? 1209.5.3
    Technician Level
  10. In a swift water incident, what level is allowed in the Hot Zone? 1209.5.4
    Only Technician Level
  11. In swift water what is the definition of the Warm Zone? 1209.5.5
    The area within 10 feet of the water and for Operations and Technicians Only
  12. Water that is moving fast enough to produce sufficient force to present a significant life and safety hazard is known as? 1209.5.7
    • Swift water
    • Heinle has erectile dysfunction
  13. What search team consists of 2 people and may utilize rafts and jet skis to search? 1209
    Hasty Team
  14. What are always the 3 priorities at the scene of a swift water rescue? 1209.5.12.3
    • Self-rescue
    • Team safety
    • Victim
  15. What are the 4 tactical elements of Swift water Rescue? 1209.8
    • Command
    • Search
    • Rescue
    • EMS
  16. What 3 items will be in the on-scene report for swift water? 1209.8.1
    • The correct location
    • Report conditions (Hazards)
    • Request additional resources
  17. What 4 pieces of info will the IC attempt to secure in a swift water incident? 1209.8.1.2
    • # of victims
    • Point and time last seen
    • Victim?s condition and ability to swim
    • Description of victim (Clothing & Physical features)
  18. If a victim?s location is not obvious what 5 elements shall be included in a search during a swift water incident? 1209.8.2
    • Hasty Teams (Both sides and in the water)
    • Quick search for visible victims
    • Note probable entrapment areas i.e. strainers
    • Passive search, spotter downstream
    • If hasty search is not productive, refine the search
  19. What level of training should the Rescue Group Sup be in a swift water incident? 1209.8
    SRT1 Trained (Swift water Rescue Technician level 1)
  20. What 5 items is Rescue Group Responsible for on a Swift water incident? 1209.8.3
    • Upstream spotters
    • Downstream Safeties
    • Accessing victims
    • Stabilizing victims
    • Rescuing the victims using the lowest risk available
  21. What 3 items is medical group responsible on a swift water incident? 1209.8.4
    • Triage
    • Treatment
    • Transport
  22. What is the minimum # of Hazmat trained personnel at station 15 at all times? 1210.6
    5 (at least 1 of them needs to be a Captain)
  23. What is the 5 responsibility of the IC on a HAZMAT call? 1210.8
    • Formulating an action plan
    • Establish a command post
    • Requesting additional resources
    • Declaring a local emergency
    • Coordinating with other agencies
  24. What are the 3 responsibilities of the HAZMAT team? 1210.9
    • Assessment of the hazard
    • Providing the IC with technical assistance
    • Coordinate measures to minimize the hazard

    (Assessment, Tech assistance, Minimize hazard)
  25. What are the 2 responsibility of the Decon team on a HAZMAT? 1210.9
    • A decontamination plan
    • Supporting the HAZMAT team
  26. What are the 2 responsibilities of the HAZMAT medic? 1210.11
    • Assisting with the planning and coordination of EMS resources
    • Providing BLS and ALS care in the Exclusionary Zone
  27. What are the 3 responsibilities of the Safety officer on a HAZMAT call? 1210.12
    • Identifying and evaluating hazards dealing with fire operations and the public
    • Notifying the IC of any necessary corrective actions
    • Remain in constant communication with HAZMAT Medical /Group Sup and the IC

    (Identify Hazards, Corrective actions, Communicate with IC, Hazmat Med group)
  28. What are the 3 strategic priorities of a HAZMAT incident?
    • Protect life
    • Protect the environment
    • Protect property (in that order)
  29. What is the definition of a still water incident? 1211.5.1
    A body of water that is not moving and has NO current
  30. In a still water incident what is considered the Hot Zone? 1211.5.1
    The water area
  31. What is defined as the Warm zone in a Still water incident?1211.5.1
    Anything within 10 feet of the water's edge or in a rescue boat
  32. What is the definition of an Emergency search in still water incident? 1211.5.1
    A 1 hour period where equipment and resources are heavily committed to the recovery of a victim
  33. What is defined as the Body Recovery Search Phase of a still water incident? 1211.5.1
    After the 1 hour time period where it is presumed that resuscitation efforts would be unsuccessful
  34. What are the 4 tactical elements of Still water Rescue? 1211.8
    • Command
    • Search
    • Rescue
    • EMS
  35. The On scene report for Still Water shall include 3 items? 1211.8.1.1
    • The correct location
    • Report conditions (Hazards)
    • Request additional resources (PD, Search & Rescue)
  36. What info will the IC attempt to secure in a still water incident? 1211.8.1.2
    • # of victims
    • Point and time last seen
    • Victim?s condition and ability to swim
    • Description of victim (Clothing & Physical features)
  37. To aid in the search for victims in still water what 3 things can be done? 1211.8.2.1
    • Identify the point last seen
    • Mark the point last seen with a buoy
    • Mark the search zone with marker buoys
  38. When searching for victims in still water what 3 patterns can be used? 1211.8.2.2
    • Circular
    • Fan
    • Parallel
  39. If a vehicle is submersed in water what are 4 things you should do? 1211.8.2.2
    • Call for KCSO Dive team
    • Free dive in an attempt to locate the vehicle
    • Look for bubbles to find the vehicle
    • Speak with victims who have escaped
  40. What 3 things should you do if a submersed vehicle is found? 1211.8.2.2
    • Break the side window with a spring loaded punch
    • Reach in with arms to feel for victims
    • Wear a mask if possible
  41. What 2 things should you not do if a submersed vehicle is found? 1211.8.2.2
    • Enter the vehicle
    • Open eyes under water, due to possible presence of petroleum products
  42. What level of training should the Rescue group sup be in a Still water rescue? 1211.8.2.3
    SRT1 Trained (Swift water Rescue Technician level 1)
  43. What 3 items is the rescue Group responsible for on a Still Water incident? 1211.8.3
    • Accessing
    • Stabilizing
    • Rescuing the victim
  44. What 3 items is the Medical Group Responsible for on a Still Water incident? 1211.8.4
    • Triage
    • Treatment
    • Transport
  45. How many EMT-1CD Fire personnel should be at every EMS Call 1400.7
    Minimum of 3
  46. What 4 things should all FD personnel have on or available to prevent exposures to communicable diseases? 1400.7.2
    • Medical Aid Coat
    • Gloves
    • Eye protection
    • Respiratory Protection
  47. Who is responsible for patient extrication and care until the scene is stabilized? 1400.9.2
    Fire Department personnel
  48. If working near patients what should you wear under suppression gloves on medical aid rescue calls? 1400.9
    2 sets of medical aid gloves
  49. What 4 pieces of info must be documented on all EMS calls? 1400.11.1
    • Dispatch of fire companies
    • On-scene observations
    • Patient info
    • Patient treatment
  50. Does the Defibrillator record voice information? 1400.11.3
  51. What are the 5 obvious death criteria's? 1400.12
    • Decapitation
    • Massive crush injury and/or evisceration of the heart, lung or brain
    • Incineration
    • Rigor-mortem lividity
    • Decomposition
  52. In the field what are the 3 criteria that life support can be discontinued? 1400.12.3
    • Order from a MD
    • Obvious death is further established
    • DNR orders are presented and valid
  53. As a General rule, who makes the coroner request? 1400.12.4
    The law enforcement agency with jurisdiction
  54. If law enforcement is absent, who will remain on scene until the coroner arrives? 1400
    Fire Department personnel
  55. What are the 4 factors to decide how many ambulances are needed? 1400.13
    • Severity of injury
    • # of patients
    • Delayed extrication time
    • HAZMAT Exposure
  56. What are the 3 factors to request an Air Ambulance? 1400.14
    • Response time/travel time
    • Severity of injury
    • Difficulty reaching patient
  57. What are the 4 criteria for a "Med-Alert"?1400.15
    • 5 or more patients
    • Evacuation of a medical facility
    • A medical hazard potential to a large population
    • A contaminated HAZMAT patient
  58. What are the 3 goals of triage? 1400.17.1
    • Assess the patient?s condition
    • Determine the urgency of the patient?s condition
    • Assign a priority to the patients for treatment and transport
  59. When can you activate a "Step 1" Trauma Activation? 1400.18.1
    • GCS <14
    • Systolic BP < 90
    • Respiratory rate <10 or=>29
  60. When can you activate a "Step 2" Trauma Activation, 9 criteria?s? 1400.18.2
    • Penetrating injury to head, neck, chest, torso, or above the knee or elbow
    • Flail chest
    • Combination trauma with burns
    • 2 or more proximal long bone fractures
    • Pelvic fractures
    • Open or depressed skull fracture
    • Paralysis
    • Amputation above the wrist or ankle
    • Time-sensitive injury with vascular compromise
  61. When can resuscitation effort be stopped that do not meet the obvious death criteria, 6 reasons? 1401.7
    • Patient wearing an approved Medic-Alert Medallion
    • A valid Physician?s order form
    • A Valid durable power of attorney for health care form
    • Living will containing Do not Resuscitate orders
    • A Physician who is physically present orders the EMT to stop
    • A base station Physician orders to stop
  62. What are 3 ways that a valid DNR form should be ignored? 1401.10.5
    • If the patient is conscious and states he wishes resuscitation measures
    • If the patients physician is on scene and withdrawals the DNR order
    • If base station physician orders you to ignore the DNR
  63. What are 5 incidences that we can deploy rescue paramedics? 1402.5.2
    • Victim entrapment in a vehicle prior to ambulance arrival
    • Victim entrapment in a vehicle and ambulance paramedic cannot safely access the pt
    • High or low angle rescue requiring specialized equipment & training
    • Confined space/trench collapse rescue
    • Swift water rescue
  64. How often shall the seals on the Paramedic bags be inspected? 1402.6.2.1
  65. When does patient care transfer to the Ambulance paramedic during a rescue? 1402.7.2
    Immediately once the ambulance paramedic determines they can safely access the pt
  66. What are the 4 criteria for a "Confirmed Working Fire" 1500.5.1
    • ECC has received multiple calls
    • A responding unit reports smoke showing
    • The ?Report on Conditions? indicate a working fire
    • The nature of the report leads the dispatcher to strongly suspect a working fire
  67. When interior teams are working on a "Working Fire" what 3 things must happen? 1500
    • At least 1 must have a radio
    • They have to be able to communicate thru voice and visual means
    • Stay in close proximity to each other to be able to render aid if one arises
  68. What is a requirement of 1 of the RIC team member? 1500.9.2
    Act as the accountability member
  69. What does OATH stand for?
    • O -Okay-             1 tug or light flash
    • A -Advance          2 tugs or light flashes
    • T -Take up slack   3 tugs or light flashes
    • H- Help-              4 tugs or light flashes
  70. Can 1 member of the 2in-2out crew be assigned additional duties? 1500.9.4
    Yes, as long as they do not jeopardize the safety of any firefighter working the incident
  71. What are 3 additional positions that a member of the 2 in-2 out can hold? 1500.9.4
    • IC
    • Pump Operator
    • Safety Officer
  72. May a member of the explorers be assigned to RIC? 1500.9.5
  73. May a member of the Reserves be assigned to RIC? 1500.9.6
    Yes, but only under the direction of the company officer
  74. What is the minimum # of personnel that can make up a Rapid Intervention Crew?
  75. While in "Standby Mode" as RIC what 4 things should you do? 1501.5.5
    • Gather rescue equipment
    • Obtain a briefing
    • Perform an exterior reconnaissance
    • Soften the structure
  76. What is the radio designation for the RIC during a deployment? 1501.5.6
    They maintain their Engine/Truck company Designator
  77. What should be assigned if a rescue scenario becomes more complex or more than one RIC is assigned? 1501.5.7
    The IC should designate a Rapid Intervention Group Supervisor
  78. Who should fill the position of Rapid Intervention Group Supervisor? 1501.5.7
    BC, Safety Officer or Captain
  79. If a company officer is assigned Rapid Intervention Group Sup, What does his crew do?
    • Engineer - will be the scribe
    • Firefighter - will be the attendant
  80. What are the 3 levels of Rapid Intervention? 15018
    • 2-in & 2-out
    • Rapid Intervention Crew
    • Rapid Intervention Group
  81. What are the 7 Items the RIC officer shall receive in the briefing from the IC? 1501.13
    • Strategic mode (Offensive or Defensive)
    • Current tactics & Incident Organization
    • Known Hazards
    • Contingent Rapid intervention plans
    • IAP
    • Personnel assigned to RIC
    • Personnel assigned to the incident (Telestaff roster)
  82. The RIC officer?s walk around should look for 5 size-up items? 1501.15
    • Building construction type and size
    • Special Hazards
    • Occupancy type
    • Means of Egress
    • Determine Fire location & attack crew progress
  83. Where is an equipment checklist located for RIC? 1501.18
    Located on all trucks
  84. What 10 items must happen when a FF is down, missing or trapped? 1501.20
    • Deploy RIC
    • Assign RIC group supervisor
    • Clear radio frequency
    • Secure radio frequency, re-assign units to a separate channel and do a PAR
    • Determine down FF name and crew designator
    • Determine last know location
    • Determine remaining air supply
    • Determine if FF is in contact with a hose line
    • Order additional resources
    • Establish medical group and order additional EMS resources
  85. What are the 9 responsibilities of the RIC group supervisor? 1501.22
    • Report to the command post
    • Remain on RIC channel + monitor new command channel
    • Maintain communication with lost FF
    • Evaluate resource needs
    • Track RIC crew status, do CAAN reports at 8 minute intervals
    • Debrief exiting crews
    • Assign RIC group resources as necessary
    • Deploy additional crews to assist with extrication
    • Assign truck crews to soften the structure
  86. What are the 4 primary search tactics? 1501.23.1
    • Search rope
    • Hose line
    • Wall oriented
    • TIC
  87. Who is responsible for accountability of personnel assigned to them? 1502.8
    All division and group supervisors
  88. What should happen if it becomes necessary to assign a person from one crew to another crew? 1502.12
    Make a face to face or make the transfer via the radio
  89. What info should the city fire officer state to the IC on a county incident? 1502.12
    The unit that is on-scene and how many personnel are on board
  90. Who is responsible for maintaining an ICS form 201 (Tactical worksheet) 1502.13
    The IC
  91. What are the 4 purposes of the tactical worksheet ICS form 201
    • Identify units assigned
    • Track the command structure
    • Establish where unit have been assigned
    • Determine the physical/geographical layout of the incident
  92. Who shall keep a daily shift roster in their vehicle? 1502.13.2
    The BC
  93. What time frame should a PAR not exceed? 1502.14
    20-30 minutes
  94. What are the 5 times a PAR should be initiated?1502.14
    • A shift from offensive to defensive attack
    • An emergency radio traffic signal is transmitted
    • The IC, OPS or PLANS request it
    • Units have been operating for longer than 30 minutes
    • OPS declares control on the fire
  95. Who is responsible for conducting a PAR? 1502.14.2
    The Planning section chief (when established)
  96. The actual Personnel Accountability Report may be conducted by?1502.14.1
    The Planning section chief or resources unit leader
  97. If a FF is idnetified as Down/trapped/missing during a PAR, what needs to happen? 1502.14.1
    The IC shall initiate "Emergency Radio Traffic"
  98. What are the 3 types of Emergency Radio Traffic? 1503.5
    • General Emergency Report
    • Personnel Accountability Report
    • Firefighter down/trapped/missing Report
  99. What communication traffic (in the opinion of the IC, the reporting personnel or ECC) is deemed critical life safety issues? 1503.5.1
    "General Emergency Report"
  100. What procedure is used following a tactical shift or following an emergency evac of the building? 1503.5.1
    A "Personnel Accountability Report"
  101. What report is used as a notification that fire personnel are in trouble and need immediate assistance? 1503.5.1
    Firefighter down/trapped/missing Report
  102. Who is responsible for clearing repeated channels for Emergency Radio Traffic? 1503.6
  103. What is the alert tone for Emergency Radio Traffic? 1503.6.2
    5 successive signals, 3 second delay, followed by 5 successive signals
  104. Who shall be responsible for clearing non repeating channels for Emergency Radio Traffic? 1503.7.1
    The IC
  105. After the conclusion of Emergency Radio Traffic the IC shall transmit? 1503.7.1.3
    "Emergency all clear..."resume radio traffic"
  106. Who can notify their supervisor of a condition that warrants an immediate evacuation of the building? 1504.10
    Any FF
  107. Who shall initiate the Emergency Abandonment procedures? 1504.10.3
    The IC
  108. How many times will the verbal command be repeated to evacuate the building during an Emergency Abandonment notification? 1504
    2 times
  109. When using the Air horn to evacuate, how should it be sounded? 1504.12.1
    3 sec on 1 sec off done 3 times followed by 10 seconds of silence this will be repeated for a total of 3 times.  Total alarm time should be 50 seconds
  110. What are the 4 types of an Electrical Emergencies
    • Downed power lines (any type of call)
    • Vehicles in to a structure
    • Vehicles into a power pole or pad mounted transformer
    • Class C fires