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  1. CFR---when should the exposure control plan be reviewed?
    reviewed and updated at least annually
  2. CFR---what is a casual exposure?
    is contact but without eye, mouth, other mucous membrane, non-contact skin, or parental contact(by injection) with blood or other potentially infectious material.
  3. cfr--- what is "non-casual" exposure?
    It is eye, mouth, other mucous membrane, non-intact skin, or parental contact(by injection) with blood or other potentially infectious materials
  4. If you have had a biological exposure whether on duty or off duty what should you do?
    Contact your company officer immediately.
  5. cfr---as the officer what should you do if member tells you of biological exposure?
    Have member fill out md-x3...give member copy and fax it over to medical officer on emergency duty..make entry into company journal
  6. cfr---what about member who as non-casual biological exposure?
    Contact bhs immediately
  7. What are some of the bloodborne diseases that are causes for concern for first responders?
    HIV, HBV and Hepatitis C
  8. cfr---what kind of disease is tuberculosis?
    It is an airborne disease, usually communicated when someone infected coughs
  9. cfr--Members who have either open lesions or weeping dermatitis, and who have direct patient care responsibilities, shall do what?
    Report to there company officer and refrain from patient care until a bhs doctor evaluates the member
  10. Cfr---when do you replace the sharps container?
    when it is 3/4 full..place in a double red bag or infectious waste container for disposal
  11. CFr---CFR-D Companies shall drop off Red Bag waste where?
    At there cfr depot---depot officers shall contact solid waste technologies for pickup...DO NOT place red bags outside for any reason
  12. Cfr---what is proper ppe for cfr runs?
    disposable latex gloves, disposable protective gowns, eye shield/face mask or goggles with appropriate mask, pocket mask, antiseptic towelettes, and biohazard bags.
  13. cfr---When should company officers have members check the location of infection control equipment on the apparatus and the quantity of supplies on hand?
    at roll call...If the location or status of this equipment changes during the tour, the Officer shall make a Company Journal entry to this effect.
  14. What shall be used when personnel are caring for patients with suspected infectious tuberculosis?
    The N-95 respirator...Respirators may only be worn by members who have been medically cleared, trained and who have passed a fit-test.
  15. cfr---If a BVM is not available during cpr or rescue breathing what should you use?
    a pocket mask with a one way valves hall be used to administer oral rescue breathing to avoid mouth-to-mouth contact and passage of saliva and respiratory air from victim to rescuer.
  16. Where can you obtain disposable body bags?
    They may be obtained from the Deputy Chief on the scene. If a Deputy Chief is not on the scene, the Incident Commander shall call a Deputy Chief to the scene....each ems command ambulance has 1
  17. What does PG stand for in CIDS?
    Pre-incident Guidline
  18. What buildings are mandatory that be entered into CIDS?
    Bowstring Truss(BWSTRG), CFR Hold (CFRH), Major Alteration (MJALT), Pre-Incident Guideline (PG), or Rehabilitated (REHAB)
  19. Immediate entry of an imminently hazardous condition into CIDS can be accomplished how?
    The administrative unit shall complete a CIDS entry using the “Blank CD-201” form link located with in the eCIDS application. This completed paper form shall be faxed via the chain of command with all endorsements to the Borough Commander or Command Chief. Once approved, the Borough Commander or Command Chief will fax the form tot he Fire Department Operations Center (FDOC) for immediate entry into both Starfire and the eCIDS application.
  20. If a building has a multi number address such as 100-110 main street...how should you enter this into CIDS?
    You must enter by putting every applicable address in individually if they have separate BIN numbers and then put an aka on each one....100 102 104 106 108 110...then aka 100-110 main street for each one
  21. If when entering cids a building has a distinct name(Grand Central Station) what should you do?
    You enter 2 separate cids entries one with the address and one with the name...in case only the name is given to dispatch during an emergency call
  22. cids entries---A building constructed of metal “C” joist or steel bar joist would be classified as a?
  23. cids entries---A Class 3 building renovated or repaired using any type of structural Light-Weight materials would be classified as?
  24. cids entries---A wood frame building using wood truss construction or laminated I beams would be classified as?
  25. If you discover potential cids entries not your administrative area what shall you do?
    immediately notify the administrative unit of the particulars
  26. Your CIDS entries must be approved by who in order to be officially entered?
    First the battalion then the division
  27. In order to put a facility as a CFRH(cfr hold) what requirement shall it meet?
     On duty personnel are trained in CPR.  Trained personnel are able to provide oxygen to the patient.  On duty personnel are trained in the use of a defibrillator, and all the necessary equipment is available to the trained personnel. All equipment and appropriately trained personnel are available during all hours of operation
  28. who has to approve a cfrh?
    Bureau of Operations and the Office of Medical Affairs...does not include segment one responses
  29. When an ERS box is received between 0800 and 2300 and there is no contact what is the response?
    No contact no response
  30. If an ERS box comes over between 2300 and 0800 hours and there is no contact what is the response?
    One engine is required
  31. what is fallback step 1?
    Discontinues single Engine response to NO-Contact ERS boxes between 2300 and 0800 hours
  32. what is fallback step 2?
    Requires the dispatch of one Engine Company to all electro mechanical boxes.
  33. what is fallback step 3?
    Requires the dispatch of two Engines, one Ladder, and a Battalion Chief to all reported incidents requiring a structural response(telephone/ERS). If information received indicates the need for a greater response, the dispatcher may send a full first alarm assignment...conflict with chapter 2 which states 1 and 1 plus chief
  34. If you receive a verbal alarm while responding to another box what should you do?
    In the event the unit is responding to another alarm and it is evident human life is not in jeopardy at the scene of the verbal alarm, the unit shall proceed to the original alarm after transmitting radio notification of a verbal alarm to dispatcher and receiving acknowledgement.
  35. What is the minimum response for reported fire or emergency on a bridge, tunnel, elevated or depressed vehicular highway, parkway or expressway for which there is no special alarm system box?
    minimum of two Engines, two Ladders and a Battalion Chief
  36. what is the response for a large refrigerant leak?
    Engine Company, Ladder Company, Rescue Company, Battalion Chief, Haz-Mat Company 1, Haz-Mat Battalion and the nearest available HMTU will be directed by the dispatcher to respond.
  37. when units are understaffed the total First Alarm response shall not exceed a total response of?
    (4) Engine Companies and (4) Ladder Companies
  38. In traditional private dwellings what is the estimated collapse time?
    1 hour
  39. However, when there is no ceiling to provide protection, therefore exposing structural components, failure can occur within?
    20 minutes
  40. In private dwellings constructed with lightweight materials, when fire extends from the building’s contents to its structural components, collapse may occur within?
    5 to 10 minutes
  41. What is always the primary consideration with buildings constructed of lightweight materials?
  42. What is of paramount importance when the fire has not extended beyond the contents and not to the structure yet?
    Positioning the hose line for early extinguishment
  43. Areas unsupported by columns with spans greater than 25’ are generally an indication that?
    lightweight construction is present
  44. Any member becoming aware of lightweight construction should do what?
    Immediately notify the IC
  45. The NYC Building Code requires lightweight constructed spaces between the ceiling and the floor above or the ceiling and roof above to be divided into approximately equal areas of?
    500 sq. ft. or less unless the building is equipped with an automatic sprinkler system.
  46. what are the 4 most common lightweight construction systems that may be encountered?
    • 1. lightweight parallel chord truss
    • 2. Laminated wood I beams
    • 3. Composite truss
    • 4.Metal c- joists
  47. Laminated wood I beams may span approximately how far?
    60 feet
  48. A heavy fire and smoke condition on a floor or in the cellar accompanied by little or no smoke condition on the floor or floors above may be an indication of?
    concrete or gypsum floor poured over corrugated steel (Q-decking) supported by C-Joists. The additional dead load may lead to early floor collapse; caution should be used at fires in buildings with this type of construction.
  49. The IC shall ensure all members on scene are made aware of the presence of lightweight construction. Once discovered, this information shall also be transmitted to?
    The borough dispatcher
  50. When lightweight construction is suspected what should be done?
    An immediate examination of ceiling voids shall be conducted as soon as possible
  51. Unless the fire is minor, or confined to a small area, the primary emphasis for afire in a lightweight building under construction is that of?
    An exterior Atttack
  52. The presence of smoke pushing at the floor line on the outside of a building maybe an indication of?
    A fire in a trussloft....When this warning sign is evident at a private dwelling fire, it is an indication that the probability of collapse is significantly increased
  53. In lightweight construction where does the 2nd hoseline go?
    To backup the 1st line....When the 2nd line is needed to address a potential life hazard or is directed by the IC to a location remote from the 1st hoseline, a 3rd hoseline must be positioned as a back-up line.
  54. What shall the IC special call for a fire in a building of lightweight construction?
    An additional engine
  55. Nozzle firefighters should use what method when in a lightweight construction building due to the increased potential for collapse?
    The leg forward method
  56. When fire is located in the cellar or the first floor and conditions prevent visual identification of the type of construction, an examination could be made in a similar attached exposure. This inspection shall be assigned by the IC to?
    An available unit
  57. Can the roof of a building made of lightweight construction be cut?
    under no circumstances shall the roof be cut in any peaked or flat roof building of lightweight construction.
  58. When the fire is on the top floor and there is clear indication that the fire has not entered the cockloft, roof operations shall be limited to:
     Checking the rear and sides of the building.  Venting the top floor windows, and skylights if present (see 4.3.7)  Inspecting HVAC duct vents for unusual heat.All members shall be removed from the roof upon completion of these duties
  59. Shall members be permitted to operate on the roof of a building of lightweight construction when the attic/cockloft is involved in fire?
  60. In lightweight construction, Before proceeding above the fire floor, members should determine:
     Location, and extent of the fire.  Presence of a life hazard (known or suspected).  Position and progress of the 1st and 2nd hoselines
  61. In lightweight construction, Key size-up indicators for the IC include:
    Extent of the fire. (light, medium, heavy) Location of the fire (top floor, cellar, void spaces, etc.)  Volume of smoke and fire (light, medium, or heavy)  Smoke action (pushing, twisting, or rolling under pressure)
  62. In lightweight construction, when is the best time to gather information on the specific type of support systems in lightweight buildings
    The construction phase
  63. Whenever lightweight construction is discovered, units shall:
    •  Follow all applicable procedures put forth in the BISP Manual. 
    • Enter the building/occupancy into eCIDS.  Conduct site familiarization drills during each phase of construction, ex. Framing, HVAC installation, finished plasterboard; this could enhance critical information to be entered in to eCIDS.
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