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  1. Victim Removal?


    Have
    Five
    Little
    Rats
    • Interior Stairs
    • Horizontal Exits
    • Fire Escapes
    • Ladders 
    • Ropes (LSR)
  2. 10-77 Signal at HRFPMD

    F.A.W.H.N
    • Fire visible from exterior on arrival
    • Advanced fire on arrival
    • Wind Impacted fire conditions
    • Heavy smoke on numerous floors
    • Numerous reports of persons in difficulty due to smoke
  3. Fast Unit Tools

    P Q R S T
    • Pak- Fast Pak
    • Quipment- normal equipment/tools
    • Rope- Search Rope
    • Stokes basket w/long board
    • Two to one- 2:1 Rope
  4. 2nd or greater alarms, ordered to roof of fire building or to adjoining or adjacent roof...

    H.U.L.L
    • Hose Roller
    • Utility Rope 
    • LSR
    • Life Belt
  5. Officer 1st to Fire Area Transmit to IC

    L.O.D.A.N.C.E
    • Location of fire
    • Occupants located or missing
    • Difficulty/delay gaining entrance or adv. line
    • Access to Fire Area
    • Number of Apts on fire floor (MD)
    • Conditions (fire)
    • Extension-how and need for lines
  6. Subway HT Relay 

    C.O.R.E
    Chauffeur-bottom of subway entrance stairs- if token booth within 50 yards, contact main dispatcher through token clerk

    OV-bottom of stairs leading to platform IF within 50 yards of Chauffeur

    Roof-on platform approx. 50 yards from stairs

    Engine Officer-on platform approx. 100 yards from Roof FF

    Additional HT's every 100 yards-if needed

    Subway Repeater Channel 14 and 15
  7. PD's-light weight construction

    key size up Indicators for the INCIDENT COMMANDER in Lightweight constructed buildings...

    E.L.V.S
    • Extent of the fire (light, heavy, medium)
    • Location of the fire (top floor, cellar, void spaces)
    • Volume of smoke and fire (light, medium, heavy)
    • Smoke Action (pushing, twisting, or rolling under pressure)
  8. AUC 225

    Officer on duty, upon completing their assigned patrol duties, during Phase II (low pressure water procedures), shall fax to the battalion, the following info

    I.S.S.A
    • number of Illegally opened hydrants
    • number Shut down
    • number of Spray caps placed
    • Areas experiencing dangerously low water pressures that could adversely affect firefighting operations
  9. Single Unit Operations 10-19

    M.O.B.S.

    M-Minor 

    W.O.O.S.S.I
    • Minor Emergencies:
    • Water Leak
    • Odor of smoke
    • Oil Burner
    • Steam discharge
    • Sprinkler discharge

    Outside Rubbish fire

    Brush Fires

    Stove (food on the stove)
  10. Placement of Aerial

    F.I.S.H.S
    • Frontage of building
    • Immediate Rescue
    • Street Conditions
    • Heat
    • Smoke
  11. Decisions NOZZLE TEAM CAN MAKE

    D.E.C.A.L.S
    • Direction of stream
    • Emergency- open nozzle
    • Crack down to gain control
    • Advancement rate
    • Line-call for more line
    • Sweeping floors
  12. Factors to NOT begin CPR

    L.O.R.D.D.
    • Lividity
    • Obvious Death
    • Rigor Mortis
    • Decomposition 
    • DNR
  13. Topics Discuss After Roll Call

    Dirty Rotten Cock
    • Dangerous areas/intersections
    • Route Modifications
    • Conditions-weather
  14. Reasons to NOT USE 1 3/4" HOSE

    D.A.L.L.A.S
    • Defensive position
    • Advanced Fire on Arrival
    • Large volume of water required
    • Large body of fire-large uncomp. area
    • Area-cannot determine size and extend of fire area
    • Standpipe Ops
  15. 10-36 Code 1-4

    W.A.I.T

    Vehicle Accident
    • 1-Washdown-no injuries, requiring washdown
    • 2-Accident-no injuries, no washodown
    • 3-Injuries - injuries
    • 4-Trapped-with or without injuries/EXTRICATION
  16. 10-34 CODE 1-3

    SPRINKLER SYSTEM EMERGENCY

    D.U.H.
    • Defective sprinkler device or system
    • Unwarranted-not defective (surge in pressure)
    • Heat source-not associated with accidental fire
  17. Victim Removal 

    FUCK DAT STUPID BITCH
    Front Difficult

    Simple Back
  18. Vacant Buildings-Exterior or Interior attack??
    First Arriving Officer/Size up

    A.L.E.N
    • Any know or indicated presence of Life 
    • Location and extent of Fire
    • Exposure problems
    • Number of units responding to initial alarm
  19. Fire Fighting priorities-Vacants

    L.E.C.E
    • Life
    • Exposures
    • Confinement 
    • Extinguishment

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