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What inclinations are considered low angle?
Less than 30 degrees
What are the 5 types of collapse?
- -Lean to
- -V type
- -A frame
In structural collapse, surface victims account for what %?
In structural collapse, lightly trapped victims account for what %?
Void space or non-structural entrapment accounts for what % of rescued victims?
In structural collapse, entombed victims account for what %?
What are the 3 horn signals and what do they mean?
- -3 short signals -evacuate area
- -1 long signal -cease operations
- -1 long, 1 short -resume operations
Cold water is defined as?
Colder than 70 degrees
What are the 9 hazard classes?
- 1. Explosives
- 2. Flammable Gases
- 3. Flammable Liquids
- 4. Flammable Solids
- 5. Oxidizers
- 6. Poisons
- 7. Radioactive
- 8. Corrosives
- 9. Misc.
What diamonds make up the 704 placard?
- -Blue, health
- -Red, flammability
- -Yellow, reactivity
- -White, special information/handling
What is the hazmat tactical priorities acronym and what does it stand for?
- I-identification/hazard assessment
- A-action plan
- P-public protection plan
- P-personal protective equipment
What are 2 categories of corrosives?
Acids and bases
On the PH scale, what make a acid and base?
- 0-6 acid
- 8-14 base
- 7 neutral
Describe cryogenic gases
They are colorless and invisible
What is the IDLH of CO?
What is the OSHA PEL for CO?
What is the flammable range for CO?
What is the minimum GPM required for a large tank with flame impingement?
What are the tactical objectives and their corresponding benchmarks?
- Life safety All Clear
- Incident stabilization Fire Under Control
- Property conservation Loss Stopped
What are AFDs 3 command modes?
- Investigative mode -nothing showing
- Mobile command mode -fast attack
- Command mode -stationary command post
What are the 3 levels of command?
What are the 4 sections of General Staff?
How often is Exposure Control training?
What is the NFPA standard for Fire Dept. Infection Control Program?
How long are exposure control records maintained?
3 years after training
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