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  1. 207.02 DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
    Lieutenants shall cooperate with and carry out the verbal and written instructionsof the company
    Captain, Station Captain, and District Chief.
  2. GENERAL PROMOTIONAL REQUIREMENTS
    Engineers who desire promotion to the rank of Lieutenant must comply with the following requirements prior to the application deadline for the promotional exam (except?__________________________________).
    (except JFRD Company Officer course, which may be completed afterpromotion).
  3. The Human Resources Department will audit each applicant within ____ business days after the closing of the application period.
    five business days after the closing of the application period.
  4. 207
    There are three options for obtaining Fire Officer I certification:
    • • State of Florida certification (10 classes plus state exam)
    • • JFRD certification (7 classes)
    • • NFPA certification (nationwide program, varies by state
  5. Current Florida Fire Officer I requirements can be found on the Florida State FireCollege website
    (www.fldfs.com/sfm/bfst/index.shtml).
  6. 207
    Note that the first four categories(Instructor, Management, Written Communications, and Technology) require ___ class each. The Emergency Services category requires _____.
    • one class
    • three.
  7. 207
    Class substitutions shall be limited, but may be granted by the __________ __________ _____________.
    Education ReviewCommittee.
  8. 207
    To apply for a class substitution, submit a ______ request to the Division Chief of _______ including a ________ and/or course description for consideration.
    • written
    • Training
    • transcript
  9. A proposed Florida Division of EMS certification entitled “____ _______” will count equally as Fire Instructor I, when adopted by the state.
    “EMS Instructor”
  10. The _______ ______ is any individual who is in charge of a company at a given time. This includes?
    • Company Officer
    • Captains and Lieutenants, and may temporarily include Engineers (when riding out-of-position).
  11. • Rescue Company Officers knowledge of
    • - required to have detailed knowledge in Emergency Medical Care and control of other emergency situations.
    • -are required to know the location of streets and the character of buildings within their respective response territory.
  12. 208
    Suppression Company Officers are required
    • - to have detailed knowledge in the prevention and extinguishment of fire and control of other emergency situations.
    • -to know the location of streets and water supply sources, as well as the character of buildings within their respective response territory.
  13. 208
    Company Officers shall, at all times, maintain discipline and harmony by the application of ______ ________.
    proper supervision
  14. 208
    Disagreements shall be settled within the various districts following the _______-_-_______.
    chain-of-command.
  15. Rule Infraction Charges
    The Company Officer shall furnish the charged individual with a ____ of the charges and shall forward the ______ report through the chain-of-command.
    • copy of the charges
    • original report
  16. 208
    Company Officers shall have the authority, with concurrence of the _____ Chief, to immediately ______ from duty any personnel under their supervision who aresuspected of substance abuse.
    • District
    • relieve
  17. The Company Officer shall implement the provisions of SAP 305 on SubstanceAbuse and shall immediately forward details of the incident to the ______________.
    Director/FireChief.
  18. 208
    Company Officers shall personally conduct practical drills to cover all aspects of their _________ and_________with probationary Firefighters assigned to them and/or any personnel who are newly assigned to the company on a permanent basis. A time span of __ ___ _____ ___ _____ __ _________ will be given to cover these items.
    • apparatus and equipment
    • 90 days from the date of assignment
  19. Company Officers shall ensure that any personnel permanently assigned to theircompany, regardless of time of service, learn the_______ _________outlined in SOP 211.03.01 and 211.03.02 (Probationary Firefighter Exams). A time span of __-______ ____ ____ ____ __ _________will be given to learn this information
    • territory information
    • 6-months from the date of assignment
  20. required evaluations of probationary Firefighters assigned to their company ________.
    monthly
  21. Probationary evaluations of recently promoted officers and Engineers shall be made?
    monthly for 6 months
  22. Company Officers shall be held responsible for all information contained in anyreport they submit. They shall ensure that all reports that they submit are:
    • • In proper form
    • • Accurate
    • • Legible
    • • Complete (giving full information pertaining to the assignment)
    • • Submitted by the designated time
  23. Who shall sign reports when the assigned officer is gone?
    Acting officers in the capacity in which they are acting
  24. 208
    They shall ensure that the apparatus and equipment under their supervision are maintained in a state of readiness
    Company Officer
  25. Company Officer shall refer all official matters relating to the JFRD through the?
    chain-of-command.
  26. 208 CO
    They shall notify the _______ _______ of any unusual happenings or circumstances thatarise which are not covered by the JFRD Rules and Regulations, policies, or procedures.
    District Chief
  27. 208
    Who is responsible for preventing the waste of water, electricity, gas, and station clean-up supplies?
    Company officer
  28. 209
    who are the primary operators of JFRD apparatus?
    Engineers are the primary operators of JFRD apparatus
  29. 209
    Engineer knowledge
    • Engineers shall have a thorough knowledge of the operation of the apparatus to which they are assigned.
    • how to use all equipment carried on their apparatus, as well as that carried on apparatus with which they normally respond.
    • general knowledge of major streets and buildings in the City.
  30. Engineers assigned to the Operations (Suppression) Division shall know the
    locations of all streets, water supply sources, schools, commercial buildings, and other high life hazard structures in their first and second-alarm territories
  31. Engineers assigned to the Rescue Division shall know the
    streets and buildings in their first and second-due territory and shall know how to access all hospital emergency rooms used by the JFRD.
  32. _________ are responsible for the safe operation of their apparatus under both normal and emergency conditions.
    Engineers are responsible for the safe operation of their apparatus under bothnormal and emergency conditions.
  33. Engineers are directly responsible for company level _________ and _______ of all equipment carried on their apparatus.
    maintenance and cleanliness of all equipment...
  34. Upon completion of emergency assignments, the Engineer shall immediately assist the Company Officer and crew in
    preparing the apparatus for duty and placing it back into service as quickly as possible.
  35. Engineers shall cooperate with their Company Officer and offer _____ and ______ that would aid in the performance and efficiency of the company.
    advice and suggestions
  36. ENGINEER PROMOTIONAL REQUIREMENTS
    prior to the application deadline for the promotional exam
    • • Serve at least 12 months in the rank of Firefighter
    • • Hold a current EVOC certification (refresher training 24 months prior topromotion)
    • • Complete the following JFRD training classes:
    • JFRD Rescue Engineer (16 hours)
    • JFRD Pump Operations (40 hours)
    • JFRD Aerial Operations (40 hours)
  37. Newly promoted Engineers shall serve a minimum of ___ months assigned to the Rescue Division within__ months after promotion.
    • minimum of six months
    • within 18 months after promotion.
  38. Requirement for Rescue Division assignment shall be waived for new Engineers who have been
    previously been assigned to theRescue Division for at least the minimum six month period.
  39. _______ are the basic operational personnel of the JFRD.
    Firefighters
  40. Firefighters shall have a general knowledge of
    major streets and buildings in the City.
  41. 209 Firefighter Required Knowledge
    • the location of all streets and water supply sources in their first alarm territory.
    • location of all schools, commercial buildings,and other high life hazard structures in their first and second-alarm territories
  42. Firefighters shall posses a working knowledge of all basic ________ _______ related to the fire service.
    operational skills related to the fire service
  43. Under the direction of their Company Officer, Firefighters shall participate in thefollowing areas:
    • Company drills
    • • Maintain their physical condition and mental attitude in a manner that will allow them to perform any duties assigned to them
  44. Firefighters are responsible for the completion of training classes on all phases of JFRD activities that may be required of them by their ? (3)
    Company Officer, DistrictChief, or the Training Division.
  45. 213
    JFRD personnel working the 24-hour shift shall report to their assigned work location no later than _____ hours (____ time official) on their duty day.
    • 0800 hours on their duty day
    • (FRCC time official)
  46. 213
    Those working other than the 24-hour shift shall report no later than?
    the designated time for their shift
  47. Personnel shall remain on-duty:
    until?
    throughout the designated time, unless?
    • until relieved by oncoming personnel.
    • an approved leave has been obtained
  48. Before being considered as having made relief, personnel shall accomplish the following: (3)
    • 1. Placed their safety equipment on the apparatus.
    • 2. Checked out SCBA and PASS alarm.
    • 3. Reported directly to either the Company Officer or the person being relieved.
  49. When working away from their regular assignment personnel should ?
    Personnel should carry all items they anticipate needing
  50. JFRD personnel whose assigned shift falls on any part of a legal holiday, shall
    report for duty and remain on-duty as usual, unless an approved leave has been obtained.
  51. Compensation for working on holidays shall be in accordance with ?
    the Union Contract
  52. Who must obtain oral leave permission from First Battalion Chief?
    Battalion and District Chiefs must obtain oral leave permission from the First BattalionChief (F-1).
  53. Personnel that wish to be away from their regularly scheduled work location must obtain permission from the?
    District Chief through the chain-of-command.
  54. To obtain permission for any leave, a Leave Request must be made in ?
    At least how many hours prior to the time the leave is to begin should request be made to the District Chief ?
    To obtain permission for any leave, a Leave Request must be made in ResourceManagement. The request must be made to the District Chief at least six hours prior to the time the leave is to begin.
  55. Time Swap Requests that have been approved by the Company Officer and District Chief do not require
    six-hour notice.
  56. The District Chief may waive the six-hour advance notice
    in the event of?
    In the event of an emergency or extenuating circumstance, the District Chief may waive the six-hour advance notice
  57. Before approving or disapproving any Leave Request what will be considered?
    Training, job efficiency, and other duties will be considered before approving ordisapproving any Leave Request
  58. Personnel calling in sick shall notify the on-duty Company Officer at their assignedstation no later than
    0730 on their scheduled duty day of their intention not to report forduty.
  59. Why should personnel calling in sick try to do so as early as possible?
    Personnel calling in sick should try to do so as early as possible to enable the District Chief to determine available staffing.
  60. Personnel intending to report for duty on the same shift for which they were granted Sick Leave shall contact the?
    This must be done at?
    • Company Officer at their assigned station directly.
    • least one hour prior to returning to work. The Company Officer shall relay the message to the District Chief.
  61. Bereavement LeaveRequests
    submitted in?
    submitted in Resource Management
  62. Bereavement Leave
    40-hour personnel shall receive up to __ days off without loss of pay.
    56-hour personnel shall receive ____-__hour shift off without loss of pay.
    • 40-hour personnel shall receive up to 3 days off without loss of pay.
    • 56-hour personnel shall receive one 24-hour shift off without loss of pay.
  63. Upon return to duty, proper documentation must be provided to the District Chief. This documentation shall include the following:(4)
    • • Name of deceased
    • • Relationship
    • • Date of funeral
    • • Location of the burial
  64. 213
    Military Leave
    Union Contract 21
  65. Employees requesting military leave are responsible for notifying their supervisors as soon as possible of the dates for such leave. The employee shall provide his/her supervisor with a _________________ at the time he/she requests militaryleave.
    copy of the official set of orders
  66. Employees who are requesting military leave will also print out a ____ _____ ___ ____ _____ ______ _____, attach a copy of the ______ _______ ______to it, and forward it to the Administrative Aideat Headquarters to be filed.
    • hard copy of the Military LeaveRequest
    • official military orders
  67. The________(employee signing a Time Swap Request in which they agree to work foranother) assumes responsibility for the time as stated.
    The ________ (employee being replaced) is relieved of responsibility to report for duty.
    • replacer
    • requester
  68. When employees on the same shift wish to swap time, the replacer shall obtain?
    The replacer shall then be responsible to ?
    The _______ is relieved of responsibility to report.
    • approved leave.
    • report for duty for the time for which they have obtained the leave.
    • requester
  69. Time Swaps between Company Officers and Firefighters shall only be permitted under? and with approval from the appropriate?
    • extenuating circumstances
    • Division Chief.
  70. Time swap unable to report
    3. OJI – If the replacer incurs a documented on-the-job injury prior to the time he/she has agreed to work, they are?
    The_______ shall be chargedAnnual/Personal Leave for that time
    • are relieved of the responsibility to report.
    • requester shall be chargedAnnual/Personal Leave for that time
  71. Personnel having jury duty on the same day of their scheduled 24–hour work shift:
    released from jury duty prior to 1200 hours that same day shall?
    not released from jury duty by 1200 hours will ?
    • prior to 1200 hours that same day shall report to work.
    • jury duty by 1200 hours will not be required to report back to work that day.
  72. Personnel will be released from duty with the JFRD no later than _____ hours on anyscheduled work shift immediately preceding a jury duty day.
    no later than 2000 hours
  73. Personnel who fail to respond to a recall after proper notification shallbe subject to disciplinary action. Personnel may, however, be exempt when on ________ _______. This exemption does not apply during periods of ?
    • approved leave.
    • General Emergency(ie, Hurricane Warning)
  74. The procedure for all JFRD stations/facilities following an inspection by a State orFederal agency is as follows: (3)
    • 1. Notify the District Chief.
    • 2. Notify the Field Safety Officer or Division Chief of Training and advise of the results.
    • 3. If a citation is issued, forward it to the Field Safety Officer by hand. If unable to hand deliver, contact the District Chief on that same day.
  75. 214
    Prior to the commencement of any type of gathering, approval shall be obtained from the following individuals through the chain-of-command:
    • 1. Station Captain
    • 2. District Chief
    • 3. Director/Fire Chief
  76. 214
    RVs or boats brought to the station shall not be left there more than ?
    4 consecutive shifts.
  77. Personnel shall not leave their station, the fireground, or any other assigned dutieswithout permission from the?
    Company Officer
  78. For shifts that fall on legal holidays, the normal station work routine and trainingschedule shall be the same as on Sunday unless otherwise directed by the ?
    DeputyDirector/Fire Chief.
  79. Participation in games or recreational activities of any kind will be permitted onlybetween the hours of ______and _______, other duties permitting
    1000 and 2300
  80. For stations located adjacent to churches, no outside activities will be allowed while worship services?
    • are being held;
    • nor within 30 minutes prior to
    • or 30 minutes after such services.
  81. 214
    Sleeping will be permitted in the?
    bunkroom only.
  82. Sleep Hours
    Evening?
    Daily rest periods? Mon-Sat, Sun.and Holidays
    • Evening sleeping hours will be between 2000 hours and 0700 hours.
    • Daily rest periods are permitted between 1300 and 1700, Monday through Saturday.
    • Daily rest periods are permitted between 1200 and 1700 on Sunday and on Holidays.
  83. Rest periods will be subject to the (2)
    • workload of the company
    • at the discretion of the Company Officer.
  84. Rest Periods
    One other exception may be granted in cases of
    illness or excessive fatigueoccurring in the line-of-duty.
  85. Mattresses shall be aired out
    each Wednesday
  86. Floor Watch duties and responsibilities will be established at each station by the ________ ________ to insure continuity of the administrative function of the station.
    Station Captain to insure continuity of the administrative function of the station.
  87. Floor Watch duties shall be rotated evenly according to
    standard station procedures.
  88. Floor Watch in every station shall be maintained between the hours of
    0700 and 2300.
  89. Personnel on Floor Watch shall remain in close proximity to telephones and alarm terminals; and shall be responsible for the
    and shall be responsible for the proper receipt and relay of all alarms and messages to station personnel.
  90. If an official visit is announced ahead of time, all personnel will be
    present in the appropriate uniform of the day to greet the official.
  91. Visitation by families and friends of on-duty personnel will be regulated by thefollowing
    • • Courtesy
    • • Restricted Area
    • • Time Limit
    • • Non-Interfering
    • • Detrimental to Morale
  92. All visits shall terminate at ____ hours except by permission of the ________ _______.
    2300 hours except by permission of the CompanyOfficer.
  93. A long distance call may be made or received with the provision that the call be collect or billed to the home phone or credit card of the
    individual making or receiving the call.
  94. The time limit for a single personal phone call on any JFRD phone shall be.
    5minutes
  95. To find needed phone number personnel shall?
    Personnel shall make every effort to use the telephone directory to find needed phone numbers.
  96. Personnel answering JFRD telephones shall speak ______ and ______and shall ______properly in order to be understood
    slowly and clearly and shall enunciate
  97. The procedure for answering telephones at JFRD stations is to answer by giving the:
    • • Specific station number or facility title
    • • Rank and last name
  98. The procedure for answering any JFRD cellular phone is to answer by giving the:
    • • Unit number
    • • Rank and last name
  99. 214 cellular phones
    While on-duty it is recommended that ringers be .
    turned off or the phone placed on vibrate
  100. Telephone, radio, computer, printer, or software problems shall be relayed to
    ITD(Information Technologies Division).
  101. Requests for station equipment problems shall be submitted through
    FireWeb utilizing the Help Desk link.
  102. 214 equipment
    After 1700 hours, or on weekends or holidays,serious problems shall be relayed to
    FRCC.
  103. When any equipment is noted as being lost, found, stolen, or damaged in any way,it shall be
    immediately reported to the Company Officer.
  104. 214 station procedures
    After equipment lost, found, stolen, or damage has been reported to the Company Officer shall then report it to the _______ ______.
    whats the following process?
    • The Company Officer shall then report it to the District Chief.
    • The District Chief will make a thorough investigation and, if necessary, notify the appropriate Division Chief in writing.
    • The Division Chief may then take further action if necessary.
  105. Personnel are responsible for notifying the Company Officer of any changes in their _______ ________and shall update it on _____ ______ under __________ ________.
    Personnel are responsible for notifying the Company Officer of any changes intheir Contact Information and shall update it on FireWeb under ResourceManagement.
  106. 214 Contact information
    The Company Officer will ensure that the log is updated and that the appropriate changes have been made on ?
    FireWeb
  107. 215
    Bulletins shall be ____ and _______ immediately by all personnel and then filed in numerical order
    read and initialed immediately
  108. 215
    usually contain information of a temporary nature (Street and WaterUpdates, companies in spares, etc.).
    will be kept as long as the information is applicable
    Bulletins are generated by FRCC and are sent out over the EDAS system.
    EDAS (Emergency Data Alert System) Bulletin
  109. 215.02
    Types of bulletins:
    • EDAS (Emergency Data Alert System) Bulletin
    • Informational Bulletin
    • Instructional Bulletin
    • Memorandum
    • Safety Bulletin
    • Training Bulletin
  110. Bulletins are consecutively numbered, written messages that cover a specific instance but which do not change, alter, or amend any rules, policies orprocedures.
    will be discarded after January 15th of each year, unless updated.
    Informational Bulletin
  111. Bulletins are consecutively numbered, written documents that may change, alter, amend, or clarify JFRD rules, policies, or procedures.
    shall be considered to be part of the Rules and Regulations andSOPs/SAPs/SOGs.
    Failure to comply with ? may result indisciplinary action.
    will be reviewed each year, and either discarded or adopted as part of the Rules and Regulations, SOPs, etc.
    Instructional Bulletin
  112. signed messages covering a variety of subjects, general in nature,which do not change policy or procedure.
    may be discarded after January 15th of each year, unless updated
    Memorandum
  113. informational messages relating to specific subjects that affectthe health, welfare, safe practice, or equipment of JFRD personnel.
    will be kept as long as the information is applicable
    Safety Bulletin
  114. are consecutively numbered, written messages that will designate any training required for a given period as regulated by the TrainingDivision.
    These may also contain information on mandatory policies or procedures regarding training, safety, or related subjects.
    These bulletins may be discarded after January 15th of each year, unless updated
    Training Bulletins
  115. Personnel listed on the Training Bulletin are expected to be at the scheduled training at the assigned time.
    Who shall advise the Training Academy staff if any conflicts are found?
    Company Officers and District Chiefs shall review the Training Bulletin searching for any errors and personnel assigned to their company who are on leave.
  116. 216
    The following is considered the PPE required on all Suppression calls: (8)
    • • Helmet
    • • Turnout Pants
    • • Turnout Boots
    • • Turnout Coat
    • • Turnout Gloves
    • • Hood
    • • Facemask
    • • SCBA
  117. 216
    For PPE required on Rescue calls refer to
    • SOG 430 (EMS)
    • 422 (Infection Control).
  118. 216
    Issued safety equipment shall be
    maintained in good condition.
  119. 216.03
    Personnel involved in the initial attack stages of fire suppression are to wear
    issued turnout gloves.
  120. Gloves shall be properly inspected after ______ _______to determine that all ______ are intact and that no cuts or tears have occurred.
    • each use
    • seams
  121. Lightweight workers gloves may be utilized for situations other than fire
    suppression (______,_______,_______.), with the approval of the ________ ________.
    • (overhaul, hose pickup, extrication, etc.)
    • Company Officer.
  122. Helmets
    shall be worn?
    Never be worn without?
    Maintained?
    • be worn during all fireground operations or other hazardous situations.
    • never to be worn without chinstraps in place.
    • be maintained per manufacturers' recommendations
  123. During the initial attack stages of fire suppression or other hazardous situations what shall be worn in conjunction with the helmet?
    The protective hood shall be worn in conjunction with the helmet during the initial attack stages of fire suppression or other hazardous situations
  124. Turnout boots
    How are they to be worn?
    when are they worn?
    when are they inspected?
    • be worn with turnout pants pulled over the boot.
    • during all fireground situations and during hazardous conditions involving chemicals.
    • inspected after each use to determine if any cuts, tears, punctures,
    • etc., have occurred.
  125. 216.07.01
    TURNOUT PANTS AND COAT
    worn?deemed necessary by?
    to wear PPE as issued, with?
    Do not expose turnout pants and coat
    • on all Suppression calls and certain Rescue calls when deemed necessary by the Company Officer.
    • to wear PPE as issued, with all vapor barriers in place.
    • to direct sunlight for extended periods while not in use.
  126. All personnel below the rank of District Chief shall carry the following items in their turnout coat at all times:(4)
    • • Hose Strap
    • • Flashlight
    • • Sprinkler Wedge
    • • Marking device
  127. DONNING
    No protective equipment is to be donned while any apparatus is moving unless it ?
    can be accomplished while properly seated with seat belt fastened
  128. All equipment is to be worn until
    • relieved from the immediate fireground/incident perimeter
    • instructed by the Company Officer.
  129. Reflective markings on turnout coats will be colored as follows:
    • Chiefs –
    • All Others –
    • • Chiefs – Red or White
    • • All Others – Yellow
  130. Helmets will be colored as follows:
    • Chiefs –
    • Captains and Lieutenants –
    • Engineers and Firefighters –
    • Hazardous Materials Team –
    • • Chiefs – White
    • • Captains and Lieutenants – Yellow
    • • Engineers and Firefighters – Black
    • • Hazardous Materials Team – Red
  131. Helmets will be marked with the appropriate
    rank designation
  132. Proper eye protection must be used when
    operating or testing any power tools
  133. Any changes to the PPE used by the JFRD shall be authorized by the
    • • Safety Committee
    • • Director/Fire Chief
  134. 217
    Who shall be held strictly responsible for assuring that all personnel under their supervision are in the appropriate uniform at all times while on-duty.
    Company Officer
  135. Issued items
    Approved items
    • are those provided to personnel by the JFRD.
    • are those provided by personnel which conform to JFRD standards and which have been reviewed and accepted through the chain-ofcommand.
  136. 217
    Uniforms shall present a _____ ______ and be maintained in ______ _______
    at all times.
    neat appearance and be maintained in good condition at all times.
  137. Shoes and boots shall be kept
    polished and in good repair.
  138. When boots are worn,
    all buckles, zippers, or closers shall be fastened and pants shall be worn outside the boot.
  139. On-duty personnel when outside the
    bunkroom or locker area shall ?
    shall be in the appropriate uniform
  140. No part of the JFRD uniform is permitted to be worn while off-duty unless on
    official JFRD / City of Jacksonville business or while in transit to or from work.
  141. Socks worn with the JFRD uniform shall be
    black or as issued or approved.
  142. Personnel assigned to Marine Units may wear
    issued or approved shorts in lieu of the issued Nomex pants and may also wear approved deck shoes in lieu of the issued or approved black shoes. This shall apply to Class C and D uniforms only.
  143. 217.03.03
    Patches
    District Chiefs and above shall
    • have the JFRD patch on the left shoulder for Class A or B uniform shirts.
    • A Florida EMT/Paramedic or approved station patch may be worn on the right shoulder.
  144. 217.03.03
    Patches
    All ranks below District Chief
    • shall have the JFRD patch on the left shoulder for Class A, B or C uniform shirts.
    • A Florida EMT/Paramedic or approved station patch may be worn on the right shoulder.
  145. DISPOSAL OF UNIFORMS
    217.04
    • ensure that uniform items being disposed of are discarded in a manner that would prevent them from being found and worn by individuals who are not part of the JFRD.
    • All patches and insignia relating to the JFRD shall be removed from any uniform article prior to disposal.
  146. When wearing the Class A or Class B uniforms, the only acceptable undershirt shall be
    • a plain, white, short-sleeve T-shirt.
    • It shall be clean, free of any rips or stains, and without any kind of printing.
    • The navy blue JFRD T-shirt may not be worn with the Class A or Class B uniform.
  147. WINTER MONTHS
    October 1 through April 30
  148. During winter months,
    What may be worn under the Class C uniform shirt?

    What time can personnel may elect to wear approved navy blue sweatshirts or approved long-sleeve T-shirts in lieu of the Class C uniform shirt?
    • long-sleeve sweatshirts, long-sleeve T-shirts, or thermal undershirts
    • These undershirts must be navy blue with no unapproved writing or designs.

    From 2000 to 0800,
  149. JFRD WORK JACKET
    patch standards?
    The standards for patches on work jackets are the same as those for the Class A, B or C uniform shirts.
  150. CLASS A UNIFORM
    CLASS B UNIFORM
    • The Class A uniform shall be worn while attending all official ceremonies
    • (funerals, promotions, graduations, etc.).

    The Class B uniform shall be worn at all official functions not requiring the Class A uniform
  151. Class A
    Battalion and District Chiefs
    (9) issued
    • • Issued white long-sleeve uniform shirt
    • • Black tie
    • • Issued black belt
    • • Issued belt buckle
    • • Navy blue dress pants
    • • Black dress shoes
    • • Issued dress jacket
    • • Issued badge
    • • Issued dress cap (worn while outdoors)
  152. Class A
    Captains and Lieutenants
    issued (8)
    • • Issued white long-sleeve uniform shirt
    • • Black tie
    • • Issued black belt
    • • Issued belt buckle
    • • Navy blue dress pants
    • • Black dress shoes
    • • Issued badge
    • Issued dress cap (worn while outdoors
  153. Class A
    Engineers and Firefighters
    issued (7)
    • • Issued white uniform shirt
    • • Black tie
    • • Issued black belt
    • • Issued belt buckle
    • • Navy blue dress pants
    • • Black dress shoes
    • • Issued badge
  154. CLASS B UNIFORM
    Battalion and District Chiefs
    the uniform of the day
    worn from 0800 to 2000
    Monday through Friday and consists of the following:(5)
    • • Issued white uniform shirt
    • • Issued black belt
    • • Issued belt buckle
    • • Issued blue Nomex pants or navy blue dress pants
    • • Issued or approved black shoes or boots
  155. CLASS B UNIFORM
    Captain through Firefighter
    • • Issued white uniform shirt
    • • Issued black belt
    • • Issued belt buckle
    • • Issued blue Nomex pants
    • • Issued or approved black shoes or boots
  156. CLASS C UNIFORM
    Battalion and District Chiefs
    elect to from 2000 to 0800
    weekends and holidays 0800 to 0800
    It consists of the following:(5)
    • • Issued white pullover shirt
    • • Issued or approved belt
    • • Issued or approved belt buckle
    • • Issued blue Nomex pants or navy blue dress pants
    • • Issued or approved black shoes or boots
  157. The Class C uniform
    Captain through Firefighter
    uniform of the day for all ranks below District Chief.
    worn from 0800 to 2000 and consists of the following:(5)
    • • Issued blue Nomex uniform shirt
    • • Issued or approved belt
    • • Issued or approved belt buckle
    • • Issued blue Nomex pants
    • • Issued or approved black shoes or boots
  158. CLASS D UNIFORM
    worn during station clean up, daily apparatus
    checks, under turnout gear, or when reporting to the training academy for outside evolutions.
    may also be worn from 2000 to 0800.
    Battalion Chief through Firefighter
    • • Issued or approved JFRD T-shirt
    • • Issued or approved belt
    • • Issued or approved belt buckle
    • • Issued blue Nomex pants
    • • Issued or approved black shoes or boots
  159. The Class E uniform
    may be worn during physical training
    Battalion Chief through Firefighter
    • • Issued or approved JFRD T-shirt
    • • Blue gym shorts or sweatpants
    • • Athletic shoes
  160. 217
    Rank insignia are to be placed on the collars of the
    Class A, B, and C uniform shirts.
  161. Class C insignia are to be of the _____-___ type for the ranks of ______ and ______.
    sewn-on type for the ranks of Captain and below.
  162. Class A and B insignia are of the ____ ___style as issued.
    gold pin style as issued.
  163. 217
    District Chiefs and above
    shall have their rank insignia on the _____ and __
    uniform shirts.
    Class A and B
  164. Trumpet insignia shall be worn with the
    • mouthpiece pointing up
    • the barrel parallel to the front edge of the collar.
  165. Axe insignia shall be worn with the
    • blades pointing up
    • the handle parallel to the front edge of the collar.
  166. Bar insignia shall be worn with
    the bars parallel to the front edge of the collar
  167. All collar rank insignia shall be spaced
    5/8 inch from the front edge of the collar

    evenly spaced from top to bottom.
  168. The following shall be the rank insignia for JFRD chiefs and officers
    • Director/Fire Chief 5 gold crossed trumpets
    • Deputy Director/Fire Chief 4 gold crossed trumpets
    • Division Chief 4 gold crossed trumpets
    • Battalion Chief3 gold crossed trumpets
    • District Chief3 gold crossed trumpets
    • Engine/Marine Captain2 gold trumpets
    • Ladder Captain 2 gold axes
    • Rescue Captain2 gold bars
    • Engine/Marine Lieutenant1 gold trumpet
    • Ladder Lieutenant1 gold axe
    • Rescue Lieutenant1 gold bar
  169. Dress Jacket
    Gold button style rank insignia shall be worn in the
    center of the upper lapel of the dress jacket.
  170. Dress Jackets shall have the ______ JFRD patch sewn on ____ shoulder.
    current JFRD patch sewn on each shoulder.
  171. Rank is also denoted by ___" _____on the ____ sleeves of the dress jacket
    ½” stripes on the lower sleeves of the dress jacket
  172. Dress Jacket
    Maltese crosses are worn?
    Each Maltese cross represents?
    shall be placed ?
    Engineers and Firefighters, who do not wear stripes, shall place Maltese crosses?
    on the left sleeve of the dress jacket to denote years of service.

    five years of service with the JFRD.

    • ½ inch above the stripes.
    • three inches from the bottom of the jacket sleeve.
  173. Years of service patch
    District Chiefs and above shall place them where on their uniform shirt?
    them on the left sleeve of a Class A or B uniform shirt.
  174. Years of service patch
    All ranks below District Chief shall place them where on their uniform shirt?
    left sleeve of a Class A, B or C uniform shirt.
  175. Years of Service patches
    If worn on a short-sleeve shirt?
    If worn with a long-sleeve shirt?
    • it shall be placed one inch above the lower hem and centered under the JFRD patch.
    • it shall be placed one inch above the upper cuff seam and centered under the JFRD patch.
  176. Metal nameplates shall be
    white uniform shirt?
    dress jacket?
    be centered just above the right pocket of the white uniform shirt.

    worn with the dress jacket, they shall be centered just above right the breast pocket
  177. Badges shall be worn with what class uniform and where should they be?
    • Class A uniform.
    • They shall be centered just above the left pocket of the white uniform shirt or dress jacket.

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