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  1. Which of the following is the Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Inspector?
    A. NFPA 1031
    B. NFPA 1002
    C. NFPA 1001
    D. NFPA 1901
    A. NFPA 1031 (Page 5)
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  2. Which of the following types of actions are considered to be necessary for the fire inspector to fulfill their responsibilities, for which fire inspectors are not generally held liable?
    A. Ministerial acts
    B. Discretionary Acts
    C. Both A and B
    D. None of the above
    B. Discretionary Acts
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  3. What type of action is described by the manner in which a fire inspector performs an act or enforces a policy for which fire inspectors may be held liable?
    A. Ministerial actions
    B. Both A and B
    C. Discretionary acts
    D. None of the above
    A. Ministerial actions (Page 8)
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  4. A fire inspector can be held liable if a person has moved from a position of safety to a position of danger because of the reliance on the expertise of the inspector. What is this called?
    A. A, B and C
    B. Indemnity
    C. A special duty
    D. Duty to inspect
    C. A special duty (Page 8)
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  5. Which of the following should be used by fire inspectors that will allow them to function within the normally-accepted legal guidelines?

    A. Inspectors should request a search warrant if entry for a code compliance inspection is denied.
    B. Fire inspectors should invite a representative of the building/occupancy to walk along during the inspection.
    C. Fire inspectors must request permission from the property owner/occupant to conduct an inspection.
    D. All of the above.
    D. All of the above. (Page 10)
  6. When a federal agency has established standards in a particular region, who is generally responsible for enforcing those standards?

    A. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
    B. The Consumer Risk Services
    C. The federal agency that established the standards
    D. The fire inspectors of each fire department in that region
    C. The federal agency that established the standards (Page 17)
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  7. A fire inspector’s report should:
    A. Inform
    B. Analyze
    C. Recommend
    D. All of the above are true.
    D. All of the above are true.
  8. Which of the following organizations publishes the National Fire Codes"?

    A. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
    B. The Building Officials & Code Administrators International (BOCA)
    C. The Southern Building Code Congress International (SBCCI)
    D. The International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO)
    A. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) (Page 18)
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  9. What action should be taken by the fire inspector if, during the course of a discussion with an owner or tenant, the discussion cannot be continued in a rational, calm manner?

    A. The fire inspector should take the owner or tenant into custody until they have reached a rational disposition.
    B. The fire inspector should contact the local law enforcement agency and have the owner/tenant arrested until they are willing to discuss things in a rational manner.
    C. Remain clam, advise the owner/occupant that you will pass the matter on to a higher authority and then the inspector should leave the property.
    D. None of the above. The fire inspector does not have to discuss anything with the property owner/ tenant if they choose not to.
    C. Remain clam, advise the owner/occupant that you will pass the matter on to a higher authority and then the inspector should leave the property. (Page 34)
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  10. Resistance heating is increased if the wire is not large enough (diameter) for the amount of current. Which of the following is another example of creating resistance heating?

    A. Both A and B.
    B. Overloading and extension cord with too many appliances.
    C. Wrapping an electrical cord tightly around an object.
    D. None of the above will either create or increase resistance heating.
    A. Both A and B. (Page 50)D.
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