ODP Study Materials

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ODP Study Materials
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Flash cards from all of the study materials referred to in PCFD ODP Module I.
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  1. Spot Apparatus in a Trench Rescue Scenario...
    150' away and block Traffic up to 300' away
  2. Isolation Zones in Trench Scenario
    • Hot Zone: 0'-50'
    • Warm Zone: 50'-150'
    • Cold Zone: 150'-300'
  3. Trench Rescue Soil Types
    • Type A: Most Stable
    • Type B: Medium Stability
    • Type C: Least Stable
  4. Rope Rescue Angles
    • Low Angle: Up to 40 degrees
    • Steep Angle: 40-60 degrees
    • High Angle: Anything steeper than 60 degrees
  5. Carbon Monoxide
    • Levels at or above 35 ppm: Evacuate/Full PPE
    • IDLH is 1200 ppm
    • Questar should be notified, the structure evacuated, and ventilation procedures began at levels above 9 ppm
  6. Methane (CH4)
    • Odorless, colorless, non-toxic.
    • Specific Gravity is 0.55
    • Explosive Range is 5-15% - A1 starts at 5%, A2 starts at 10%
  7. Primary Hazard in Trench Rescue
    SECONDARY COLLAPSE
  8. What is a "Waler" ?
    12' 6x6 Post
  9. A Permitted Confined Space contains or has the potential to contain a hazardous atmosphere
    True!
  10. CO has an IDLH of ... ?
    1200 ppm
  11. A Z-rig has a mechanical advantage of 5:1
    False!
  12. Methane is extremely dangerous because it is heavier than air and will settle into basements
    False!
  13. On our monitors, Which CH4 alarm goes off at 5% LEL?
    A1
  14. Tangible reasons for seeking leadership
    Training and Instruction
  15. Intangible reasons for seeking leadership
    Desires for adventure, security or recognition; feeling of belonging
  16. Extremes of Leadership Styles
    Authoritarian and Persuasive
  17. Two Responsibilities of Leadership
    Responsibility to ensure mission accomplishment, Responsibility to subordinates
  18. Elements of Leadership
    The Leader, the group, and the situation
  19. Leadership Qualities that enable one to inspire or motivate others
    • JJ DID TIE BUCKLE
    • Justice
    • Judgement
    • Dependability
    • Integrity
    • Decisiveness
    • Tact
    • Initiative
    • Enthusiasm
    • Bearing
    • Unselfishness
    • Courage
    • Knowledge
    • Loyalty
    • Endurance
  20. 11 Principles of Leadership
    • Be Technically and Tactically proficient
    • Know yourself and seek self-improvement
    • Know your men and look out for their welfare
    • Keep your men informed
    • Set the example
    • Ensure the task is understood, supervised, and accomplished
    • Train your men as a team
    • Make sound and timely decisions
    • Develop a sense of responsibility among your subordinates
    • Employ your command in accordance with your capabilities
    • Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your actions
  21. Four indicators of Leadership
    • Morale
    • Esprit de corps
    • Discipline
    • Proficiency
  22. Steps to Reconnaisance
    • OSMEAC
    • Orientation
    • Situation
    • Mission
    • Execution
    • Administration
    • Command and Signal
  23. Six Troop Leading Steps
    • BAMCIS
    • Begin to plan
    • Arrange Resources
    • Make Reconnaissance
    • Complete the Plan
    • Issue the orders
    • Supervise
  24. What is the Span of Control?
    The Number of people one supervisor can supervise effectively
  25. What are the four management principles used under a paramilitary type of leadership?
    • Unity of Command
    • Span of Control
    • Division of Labor
    • Discipline
  26. What are the four functions of management?
    • Planning
    • Organizing
    • Leading
    • Controlling
  27. What is a Standard Operating Procedure?
    Written organizational directives that establish or prescribe specific operations or administrative methods to be followed routinely
  28. What is being observed in an emergency incident simulation?
    Your ability to command and control
  29. What does Theory X say?
    Workers need to be driven
  30. What are the four psychomotor skill levels?
    • Initial
    • Plateau - Competence
    • Latency
    • Mastery
  31. 3 Federal Regulations that affect every firefighter are:
    • Bloodborne Pathogens - 29 CFR 1910:1030
    • HazMat Awareness/Ops - 29 CFR 1910:20
    • SCBA Fit Testing - 29 CFR 1910:134

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