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2 rules of thought in human resource management
scientific and humanistic management
Maslow's Hierarchy of needs:
- Safety Security Order
- Social and Affection
- Esteem and Status
4 components of rehab
4 step method for fire training/instructing
Types of power as developed by French and Raven
Gary Yuki updates powers in 2 types
What aspect of problem solving is most difficult?
4 types of special extinguishing agents
- wet and dry chemical
- carbon dioxide
Enviormental noise contains two parts
Layman's 5 step size up process:
- plan of operation
What are the 2 components to an Incident Action Plan?
- Develop strategy
- Develop tactics
3 activities in Crew Resource Management
How long do suspensions normally run?
What are the 3 phases of investigation?
- The Identification and Collection of evidence
- Interview of witnesses
What are documents developed by a standards developing organization
What is a Law enacted by an authorized subdivision of a state such as a city, county, or town
Laymans 5 step size up process
1. Facts 2. Probabilities 3. Situation 4. Decision 5. Plan of Operation
National Fire Academies Size up process consists of :
Phase 1: Preincident InfoPhase 2: Initial Size upPhase 3: Ongoing Size Up
What are the 2 components to an IAP
1.Development of appropriate strategy2. Development of tactics to accomplish the strategy
3 activities in Crew Resource Management are
1. Avoidance 2. Entrapment 3. Mitigation
what are the components of the Triangle of Leadership
trust & respect / Leadership skills / Effective leadership
What are 2 skills needed for subordinates to express concerns to superiors?
Inquiry / Advocacy
Inquiry / Advocacy
Name the levels of HFACS
level 1: Unsafe actsLevel 2: Preconditions to unsafe actsLevel 3: Unsafe SupervisionLevel 4: Organizational Influences
Which level of HFACS is the most dificult to analyze & includes the operating culture of a department?
Level 4: Organizational Influences
Which level of HFACS analyzes substandard conditions / practices of the individuals involved:
Level 2: Preconditions to Unsafe Acts
5 steps for developing a training program
1. Assess Needs2. Establish Objectives3.Develop the training program4. Deliver the Training 5. Evaluate the impact
a moral , mental & physical state in which all ranks respond to the will of the leader is known as:
what is minimum water supply at live fire training?
95 gallons per min. / from 2 separate sources / 150% of needed supply should be sought