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  1. 411 Hazardous Materials
    What is the authority at a Hazmat incident derived from?
    Interagency Hazardous Materials Response SOG
  2. 411 Hazardous Materials

    What is required by federal law at a hazmat incident?
    • Establishing Incident Command
    • and
    • Safety Officer
  3. 411
    What is the objective of size-up?
    • Identify the product involved
    • Assess nature and severity of problem
    • Gather info to formulate a valid Incident action plan
  4. 411 Hazardous Materials

    What is the primary consideration in the size-up of any Hazmant incident?
    Identification of the materials involved?

    This is the prime responsibility of the first arriving unit
  5. 411 Hazardous Materials

    How does the Incident Action Plan begin?
    with a thorough on-scene analysis by the first arriving company officer
  6. 411 Hazardous Materials

    What should be done immediately after identifying the hazard?
    Establish Control Zones
  7. 411 Hazardous Materials

    What is the success of Decon based on?
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  9. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Who determines the size of Decon and the number of stations?
    Hazmat Team
  10. 411 Hazardous Materials

    The Degree of decon and the decontamination agents will be determined by who?
    Hazmat Team
  11. 411 Hazardous Materials

    The properties of the hazardous materials involved determine the method of decontamination.  What are they?
    • Health Hazards
    • Effects on skin
    • Toxicity
    • Reactivity
    • Solubility
  12. 411 Hazardous Materials

    What are the general methods of decontamination?
    • Dilution
    • Absorption
    • Degradation
  13. 411 Hazardous Materials

    After decontamination, all JFRD personnel, upon  exiting the Decon Zone will be required to?
    Undergo medical evaluation.  

    These personnel will be observed in the Rehab Area for a minimum of 30min
  14. 411 Hazardous Materials

    What are the DOT hazard classes?
    • 1.Explosives
    • 2.Compressed Gasses
    • 3.Flammable Liquids
    • 4.Flammable Solids
    • 5.Oxidizers
    • 6.Toxic
    • 7.Radioactive
    • 8.Corrosives
    • 9.Miscellaneous Hazardous Materials
  15. 411 Hazardous Materials

    What is the initial isolation distance for Class 1 Explosives?
  16. 411 Hazardous Materials

    BLEVE conditions
    What is the minimum gpm to be applied to pressure vessels?  Where should it be applied?
    • 500gpm minimum
    • Applied at each point of flame impingement

    Additional streams should be applied to the vapor space
  17. 411 Hazardous Materials

    What is the expansion ratio of propane?
  18. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Heavier than air?
    Flammable range?
    • 1.5 times heavier than air
    • Flammable range- 2.1% - 9.5%
  19. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Anhydros Ammonia
    Heavier than air?
    Lighter than air

    Can ignite and explode

    Shipped as a poisonous gas (non-flammable)
  20. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Heavier than air?
    Flammable range?
    • Lighter than air
    • Flammable range- 5% - 15%
  21. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Ruptured Natural Gas Line
    Response Safety-before entering hot zone?
    • Full PPE w/SCBA
    • Minimum 1-3/4" charged handline
    • PKP staged w/FF not charged
    • Secure ignition sources
    • Minimal personnel in Hot Zone
  22. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Residential Gas Lines?
    • 1/2" - 3/4" poly or plastic
    • Feed into metal transitional risers
    • Low pressure, low volume
    • Directionally fed
  23. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Comercial gas lines?
    • 1" - 2" poly or plastic
    • Feed into metal transitional risers
    • Higher pressure and volume than residential
    • Directionally or loop fed
  24. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Primary Feeder gas lines?
    • 2" - 24" poly or metal lines
    • Feed entire areas of city or large neighborhood
    • High Pressure, High Volume
    • Directionally or loop fed
  25. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Actions taken for ruptured gas lines.
    3.Primary Feeders?
    4.Relief Valves or Regulators?
    1.OIC may try to stop leak or wait for Hazmat

    2.Done by Hazmat or gas company

    3.Done by Hazmat or gas company

    4.Consult gas company or Hazmat before taking offensive control actions
  26. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Reportable quantities for hydrocarbons?
    ERMD - 10gal or more

    FDEP - 25gal or more

    USCG - spill in navigable waterway.  NO specific amount

    Spill reaches or potentially reaches nav. waterway - ERMD, State Warning Point, USCG
  27. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Class 5 Oxidizers response procedure?
    If involved in fire- try cooling with large amounts of water, if not possible withdraw and let it burn
  28. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Organic Peroxides- special properties?
    Detonation likely if they are heated beyond transport temp
  29. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Class 6 Toxic- procedures?
    Determine signs and symptoms of exposure and monitor all personnel.

    Consider letting it burn

    • Prevent spills from reaching storm/sewer/water
    • Dig trenches, dike
  30. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Class 7 Radioactive
    1.Dosimeter or Digilert 50?

    2.Hot zone?
    • 1.All personnel in hot zone use dosimeters
    • Digilert 50 alarms set at .1mR/hr or 100cpm.
    • Set alarm prior to use
    • Area beyond where digilert alarms considered exclusion zone

    2.Any area with an exposure level of 2mR/hr or greater
  31. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Class 7 Radioactive procedures?
    • If involved in fire:
    • try to extinguish
    • evacuate downwind
    • do not overhaul fire
  32. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Class 8 Corrosives procedures?
    • Avoid smoke/fumes
    • Use water to cool containers, use caution, may be water reactive
    • Corrosives may also be oxidizers and/or ignite
  33. 411 Hazardous Materials

    Chemical warfare agents groups?
    • Blister
    • Blood
    • Choking
    • Irritants
    • Nerve
  34. 411 Hazardous Materials

    DuoDot kit
    Used for?
    Nerve agent and organophosphate exposure
  35. 411 Hazardous Materials

    DuoDote kit

    3 sets of auto-injectors

    • Atropine- 2.1mg
    • 2-Pam-Chloride- 600mg

    Decon victim asap after DuoDote treatment
  36. 411 Hazardous Materials

    How many times more lethal are Biological agents than Chemical agents?
    1000 times
  37. 412 Train Derailments

    Who can supply needed info on materials carried on the train?
    • The Railroad Chief Dispatcher
    • as well as
    • The Conductor
  38. 412 Train Derailments

    Where can you find the waybills on a train?
    • Located in the 
    • Locomotive
    • Caboose
    • or with 
    • Conductor
    • or in
    • All three locations
  39. 412 Train Derailments

    What electrical hazards are there on a locomotive?
    440v DC generators
  40. 413 MCI

    What are the MCI levels?
    • MCI 1 - 5-10 victims
    • MCI 2 - 11-20
    • MCI 3 - 21-100
    • MCI 4 - 101-1000
    • MCI 5 - >1000 or when regional resources are exhausted or overwhelmed
  41. 413 MCI

    Is the MCI level determined before or after triage?
    Determined prior to triage
  42. 413 MCI

    What officers are designated by command as additional units arrive?
    • Triage Officer
    • Treatment Officer
    • Transport Officer

    • Depending on complexity:
    • Landing Zone
    • Extrication
    • Hazmat
    • CISD
  43. 413 MCI

    Who is the Medical Branch Officer and what does he oversee?

    What FOG outlines this positions duties?
    First arriving Rescue Chief

    Oversees Med ops (Triage,Treatment,Transport sectors)

    FOG #3
  44. 413 MCI

    Who is the Triage Officer?

    What FOG outlines this positions duties?
    CO of first arriving Rescue Unit

    FOG #4
  45. 413 MCI

    Who is the Treatment Officer?

    What FOG outlines this positions duties?
    CO of second arriving Rescue Unit

    FOG #5
  46. 413 MCI

    What FOG outlines the duties performed by the Transportation Officer?
    FOG #6
  47. 413 MCI

    What FOG outlines the duties performed by the Staging Officer?
    FOG #7
  48. 413 MCI

    The re-triage of patients should never be accomplished by who?
    the Triage Officer
  49. 413 MCI

    Where is the JFRD MCI trailer kept?
    Station 33
  50. 413 MCI

    When triaging patients, independent decisions should be made for each victim is what amount of time?
    should be done in less than 60sec
  51. 413 MCI

    When assessing patients using RPM, what are you assessing during the "R" portion? How?
    Resp rate 30 per min or less move on to perfusion

    Resp rate 31 per min or more, tag red

    • Not breathing, open airway:
    • Spontaneous breathing- tag red
    • Absent breathing- tag black
  52. 413 MCI

    When assessing patients using RPM, what are you assessing during the "P" portion? How?
    Capillary refill 2sec or less, move to mental status

    Capillary refill 3sec of more, tag red

    Any major bleeding should be controlled at this time
  53. 413 MCI

    When assessing patients using RPM, what are you assessing during the "M" portion? How?
    • Patients ability to follow simple commands
    • Orientation to TIME,PLACE,PERSON

    A&Ox3, tag green

    Any signs of altered level of consciousness, tag red
  54. 413 MCI

    Why would a patient be tagged yellow?
    Depending on injuries (burns, fractures, bleeding, etc.)
  55. 414 Extrication

    When is size-up concluded?
    When all six sides of the vehicle and all hazards have been visualized and assessed.
  56. 414 Extrication

    What is the action circle?
    Immediate area around the involved vehicles where PPE is required and which will remain of non-essential personnel.
  57. 414 Extrication

    Who maintains the integrity of the action circle?
  58. 415 ATU

    Who can cancel an ATU?
    Paramedic in charge of the patient
  59. 415 ATU

    What are the landing zone requirements?
    60'x60' daytime

    100'x100' night time

    free of wires, poles, loose objects and loose sand

    Ground slope less than 10°

    Open approach and take-off paths
  60. 415 ATU

    What are the distances emergency personnel and bystanders clear of the touchdown area?
    100' for emergency personnel

    200' for bystanders
  61. 417 Elevator Emergencies

    Where are Disconnecting switches/breakers usually located?
    • Basement of hoistway
    • Elevator machine room
    • Near Elevator machine room door
  62. 418 Confined Space

    Personnel should await arrival of a District Chief before making entry into a Confined Space if what conditions exist?
    • Victim is deceased
    • Victim is out of line of sight
    • Victim is greater than 20' from opening
    • Entry cant be made with SCBA properly donned
  63. 418 Confined Space

    What are the Command positions at a confined space incident?
    • IC
    • ISO
    • Accountability Officer
    • Rehab Officer
  64. 418 Confined Space

    Confined space should be sufficiently ventilated so that levels of combustibles and toxic substances dont reach levels of?
    Combustibles do not exceed 10%LEL

    Toxic substances dont reach their TLV
  65. 418 Confined Space

    What is engulfment?
    Effective capture of a person by a liquid or flowable solid
  66. 418 Confined Space

    What records need to be kept at a Confined Space entry incident?
    Confined Space Entry Checklist - Attendant

    Confined Space Medical Checklist- Rehab Officer

    Confined Space Entry Command Sheet- IC
  67. 419 Rope

    What is the minimum rope carried on an Engine?
    2 - Utility Lines (1/2" x 200')
  68. 419 Rope

    What is the minimum rope carried on Engines 43 and 48?
    • 1 - Life Safety Line (1/2" x 200')
    • 2 - Utility Lines (1/2" x 200')
  69. 419 Rope

    What is the minimum rope carried on Ladder Trucks?
    • 3 - Utility Lines (1/2" x 200')
    • 2 - Life Safety Lines (1/2" x 200')
    • 1 - RIT rope (6mm x 130')
  70. 419 Rope

    What is the tensile strength of 1/2" Lifeline?
  71. 419 Rope

    When does Nylon static kernmantle rope become sticky?
    Sticky at 445°

    Melts between 480° and 500°
  72. 420 Skyway

    What are the hours that there is no operator on duty in the Skyway Control Center?
    • 2330 Friday
    • to
    • 0400 Mon
  73. 420 Skyway

    Where is the FM-200 extinguishing system used?
    • Control Room
    • Computer Room
    • Signal Room
  74. 420 Skyway

    Car capacity?
    • 56 people
    • 28 per car
  75. 421 Respirator

    HEPA mask shouldnt be reused when?
    • Mask gets wet with water
    • Mask contacts body fluids or feces
    • Mask is damaged
    • Mask is older than 6 months
    • Air exchange becomes difficult
  76. 421 Respirator

    SCBA's meet which NFPA requirement?
    NFPA 1981
  77. 421 Respirator

    How often should storage equipment used for filling SCBA bottles be tested?
    Every 3 months
  78. 422  Infection Control

    What stations have extractors?
    5, 21, 24, 28, 32, 59, Training Academy
  79. 426 Crime Scene

    What is a major factor in preserving and protecting a crime scene?
    Situational awareness
  80. 427 Open Burning

    What hour are burning permitted?
    0900 - 1hr prior to sunset
  81. 427 Open Burning

    What are the distances for open burning?
    100' from any public highway or road

    300' from any occupied building for residential

    1000' from any occupied building for commercial unless using AIR Curtain (300')
  82. 428  Request Investigator

    Request the State Fire Marshal when any fire with projected dollar loss exceeding?
    1 million dollars
  83. 432 Aircraft

    Operations on airfields is controlled by who?
    • JAA
    • FAA
    • TSA
  84. 432 Aircraft

    What is an alert 2?
    Aircraft having major difficulties.  Difficult or crash landing possible.  

    Crews will stage at pre-determined locations.  Additional JFRD will be requested at the discretion of JFRD ARFF OIC
  85. 432 Aircraft

    JIA staging areas?
    • Barnstormer
    • Pecan
    • Pecan
    • Pace
  86. 432 Aircraft

    Cecil staging?
    • Aviation Dr
    • 103rd st
  87. 432 Aircraft

    Craig staging?
    Aviation Dr.  East of tower
  88. 432 Aircraft

    Herlong staging?
    Main gate, Guardian Dr.
  89. 435 MCI Response Unit

    Who has keys to it and where is the unit kept?
    • Station 33
    • Keys are in a lock box at the station
    • F7 and R104 have a set of keys
  90. 436 Emergency Incident Rehab

    What are the timeframes that determine member goes to rehab?
    rest 20min following complete use of 45min bottle

    20min rest after 40min of intense work without scba
  91. 436 Emergency Incident Rehab

    What are the Rehab forms?
    Form 1- vitals and individuals specific info

    Form 2- info about the company
  92. 436 Emergency Incident Rehab

    When are vitals taken?
    upon entry and every 10min
  93. 436 Emergency Incident Rehab

    Release requirements?
    Minimum 20min unless otherwise directed by Rehab officer

    • Systolic <150 and >90
    • Diastolic <90 and >60
    • Pulse <120
    • Temp <101°F
    • CO reading on Zoll
  94. 436 Emergency Incident Rehab

    When are Rehab logs forwarded to Health and Safety Officer at HQ?
    by Wed of each wk
  95. 401

    What is "A1, A2, A3" used for?
    A1 - main suppression 4 or less units

    A2 - dispatch

    A3 - EMS 1 (4 or less units)
  96. 401

    What are "A5 and A6" used for?
    A5 - EMS 2 (special events)

    A6 - Conventional Patch
  97. 401

    What are "A8 and A9" used for?
    A8 - Support

    A9 - Training 1
  98. 401

    What is "A10" used for?
    A10- Fire Prevention
  99. 401

    What is "A11 and A12" used for?
    A11, A12 - Conventional, simplex, short range
  100. 401

    What is "A13 and A14" used for?
    A13- JFRD/JSO common

    A14- JFRD/JEA common
  101. 401

    What is "A15 and A16" used for?
    A15- Lateral

    A16- Admin.