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    • NO ONE OTHER THAN REGULAR JFRD PERSONNEL SHALL BE PERMITTED TO RIDE ON A JFRD VEHICLE WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION FROM D/FC OR APPROPRIATE DIVISION CHIEF
    • Director or ap division chief
  2. PERSONNEL ARE PROHIBITED FROM REPRESENTING THE JFRD, IN OR OUT OF UNIFORM, AT ANY SOCIAL OR PUBLIC GATHERING WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM THE
    Director or duty div
  3. CO WILL IMMEDIATELY FORWARD DETAILS OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE TO
    Director
  4. ANY DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN JFRD TRANSPORT PROTOCOL AND LAW ENFORCEMENT’S DESTINATION DECISION WILL BE DIRECTED TO THE
    App district/batalion chief
  5. THE ONLY PRINTED REPORTS NECESSARY IN THE FIELD ARE THOSE NEEDED FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE REVIEW BY THE
    UNIT CAPTAINS, RESCUE DISTRICT/BATTALION CHIEFS AND QI STAFF.
  6. JFRD SOURCE PATIENT BLOOD/BODY FLUID EXPOSURE TRACKING FORM
    H/S OFFICER
  7. EXPOSURE INCIDENTS REQUIRE THAT THE FOLLOWING REPORTS BE COMPLETED:
    • JFRD EXPOSURE REPORT – FILLED OUT BY
    • THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFICER OR THE
    • COMPANY OFFICER AND FAXED TO H.Q. AT 630-0609.
  8. EFFECTIVE WITHIN 24 HOURS AFTER THE ARREST, OR WITHIN 24 HOURS OF RELEASE THE EMPLOYEE SHALL NOTIFY THE COMPLIANCE OFFICER. THE COMPLIANCE OFFICER WILL NOTIFY
    App division chief
  9. ENGINEER/OPERATOR
    IF POSSIBLE, POSITION VEHICLE IN A SAFE LOCATION OUT OF LANES OF TRAVEL.
    COMPANY OFFICER (OR PERSON IN CHARGE OF THE VEHICLE) SHALL
    • NOTIFY FRCC OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES, COMPANY STATUS, AND NEED FOR ADDITIONAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE
    • 2. REQUEST THE DISTRICT CHIEF
    • 3. REQUEST APPROPRIATE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY
    • 4. NOTIFY TACTICAL SUPPORT MANAGER OR CAR-8 THROUGH FRCC
    • 5. REQUEST CITY INSURANCE/CLAIMS ADJUSTER THROUGH FRCC
    • 6. WHEN THE SCENE IS STABILIZED, COMPLETE THE VEHICLE DAMAGE REPORT
  10. DEFINED AS AN INCIDENT THAT WAS NOT PREVENTABLE, OR THE INVESTIGATION INDICATES NO FAULT ON THE PART OF THE JFRD ENGINEER/OPERATOR OR COMPANY OFFICER (EXAMPLES: CITATION ISSUED TO A PRIVATE PARTY)
    Case I
  11. AN INCIDENT THAT HAS BEEN DETERMINED TO BE THE FAULT OF THE ENGINEER/OPERATOR AND/OR COMPANY OFFICER WHO VIOLATED JFRD RULES AND REGULATIONS, VIOLATED FLORIDA DRIVING STATUTES, MISJUDGED CLEARANCE, OR FAILED TO DRIVE DEFENSIVELY (EXAMPLES: BACKING INCIDENTS, ANY INCIDENT WHERE JFRD ENGINEER/OPERATOR IS CITED BY A LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY)
    Case II
  12. AN INCIDENT WHICH OCCURRED BECAUSE THE ENGINEER/OPERATOR AND/OR COMPANY OFFICER DISPLAYED NEGLIGENCE, A WILLFUL DISREGARD FOR JFRD RULES AND REGULATIONS OR FLORIDA DRIVING STATUTES (EXAMPLES: EXCESSIVE SPEED, AGGRESSIVE DRIVING, FAILURE TO YIELD, DUI ON DUTY)
    Class III
  13. DISOBEYING TRAFIC LAWS BY APPARATUS DRIVERS (tanker)
    • FAILURE TO YEILD AT A NEGATIVE INTERSECTION
    • ● CROSSING THE CENTERLINE
    • • COMMONLY DONE AT INTERSECTION
    • ● PASSING VEHICLES ON THERE RIGHT SIDE
    • • CIVILLIANS ARE TOLD TO MOVE TO THE RIGHT
    • ● PASSING IN A NO PASSING ZONE
    • ● WRONG WAY ON ONE WAY STREETS OR LIMITED ACCESS HIGHWAY
    • • ONLY SHOULD BE DONE WHEN LAW ENFORCEMENT HAS CLOSED THE ROADWAY
    • ● TRAVERSING ACTIVATED RAILROAD CROSSIGS
    • ● FAILURE TO COME TO A COMPLETE STOP, WHEN CROSSING IS NOT EQUIPPED WITH LIGHTS OR CROSSING ARMS
  14. FAILURE TO YEILD RIGHT OF WAY BY CIVILANS
    ● SOME OF THE MORE COMMON PROBLEMS INCLUDE
    • UNPREDICTABLE BEHAVIOR CAUSED BY PANIC WHEN EMERGENCY VEHICLESS ARE APPROACHING
    • • FAILURE TO OBEY TRAFFIC REGULATIONS OF DIRECTION
    • • FAILURE TO STOP SIGNS OR RED LIGHTS
    • • FAILURE TO YEILD RIGHT OF WAY TO EMERGENCY VEHICLESS
    • • EXCESSIVE SPEED
    • • INATTENTIVENESS OR INABLILITY TO HEAR EMERGENCY VEHICLES
  15. FIRE APPARATUS DRIVERS MUST BE COGNIZANT THAT THEY HAVE LITTLE CONTROL OVER THE WAY CIVILIANS REACT TOWARDS THEM BY:
    • ALWAYS DRIVE DEFENSIVELY
    • • NEVER PUT THEMSELVES IN A SITUATION WHERE THERE ONLY ALLTERNATIVE IS CRASHING
    • • THERE IS VIRTUALLY NO ACTION BY A CIVILIAN DRIVER THAT DEFENSIVE DRIVING CAN NOT COMPENSATE FOR AND AVOID A CRASH
    • • EDUCATING THE PUBLIC ON PROPER DRIVING TECHNIQUES WHILE BEING APPROCHED BY EMERGENCY VEHICLES CAN NOTICEABLY REDUCE POTENTIAL HAZARDS
  16. PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH EXCESSIVE SPEED:
    • UNABLE TO NEGOTIATE A CURVE
    • ● UNABLE TO STOP BEFORE HITTING SOMETHING
    • ● WEIGHT SHIFT WHEN SLOWED CAUSES THE TANKER TO SKID OR OVERTURN
    • ● CONTROL IS LOST AFTER HITTING DEFECT IN THE DRIVING SURFACE
    • ● TIRES LEAVING THE ROAD SURFACE
  17. COMPLETION OF A TRAINING PROGRAM CAN MINIMIZE THE DANGERS WITH
    LIMITED EXPERIENCE
  18. CUTOM-BUILT APPARATUS POSE A PROBLEM, A MORE SIGNIFICANT PROBLEM IS WITH
    RETRO OR HOME BUILT APPARATUS.
  19. POOR MAINTENANCE CAN RESULT IN A CRASH THIS IS PARTICULARLY TRUE OF
    Braking systems
  20. THE DANGERS OF IMPROPERLY MAINTAINED BRAKES OR ANY VEHICLE SYSTEM ARE ACCENTUATED BY THE
    HEAVY WEIGHT OF THE VEHICLE
  21. MAY BE THE MAIJOR FACTOR LEADING TO A CRASH
    THE DESIGN OF THE APPARATUS
  22. ONE OF THE MOST COMMON DESIGN PROBLEMS FOR NEW APPARATUS IS A VEHICLE THAT IS
    Over its leagal wight
  23. APPARATUS DESIGN FACTORS ONE OF THE MOST COMMON is
    TRYING TO CARRY TO MUCH WATER FOR A SPECIFIC CHASSIS
  24. SAFE APPARATUS ARE TURNED UNSAFE WHEN THE OWNER MODIFIES THE APPARATUS. THIS MODIFICATION OFTEN RESULTS IN A CRASH. COMMON EXAMPLES INCLUDE
    • ADDING WEIGHT TO AN EXISTING APPARATUS
    • • INCREASE EXISTING WATER TANK
    • • MODIFYING AN EXISTING APPARATUS
  25. RECORDS SHOW THAT A LARGE PERCENTAGE OF SERIOUS CRASHES CAN BE ATTRIBUTED TO TANKERS THAT WERE CRAFTED FROM
    Non fire service vehicles
  26. FUEL OIL OR GASOLINE TANKERS ARE COMMONLY MODIFIED FOR FIRE DEPARTMENT TANKRES AND THEY ARE NOT DESIGNED FOR THE HEAVY LOAD OF WATER THIS ADDED WEIGHT
    CREATES SIGNIFICANT SAFETY ISSUES
  27. STAIGHT CHASSIS FIRE DEPARTMENT TANKERS WEIGHING IN EXCESS OF
    25 tons are common
  28. IN MOST CASES WHERE AGE IS CITED AS THE CAUSE OF A CRASH, A COMBINATION OF
    AGE, IMPROPER MAINTENANCE, AND METAL FATIGUE LEAD TO THE FAILURE
  29. HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO HAVE HIGH CENTERS OF GRAVITY AND THE PROBLEMS FROM THIS CONDITION
    TANKERS AS WELL AS ARFF VEHICLES, AERIAL APPARATUS, BRUSH FIRE APPARATUS, COMMAND VEHICLES, AMBILANCES, AND SOME FIRE DEPARTMENT PUMPERS THE PROBLEMS ARE MAGNIFIED WHITH TANKERS BECAUSE OF THE WEIGHT
  30. THE FORCES OF A MOMENTUM ARM ARE INCREASED IF
    THE ARM IS LENGTHENED OR THE WEIGHT AT THE END OF THE ARM IS INCREASED
  31. RAODS WITH HIGH CENTER CROWNS TO FACILITATE WATER RUNOFF
    ● SOMETIMES THE CROWN IS SO ELEVATED THAT VEHICLE HAS A CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT OF LEAN TO THE OUTSIDE
    • THIS IS PARTICULARLY HAZARDOUS FOR UNBAFFLED OR TOP-HEAVY TANKERS
     INCREASES TENDENCY TO
    Tip over
  32. OUTSIDE BANKED CURVES CAUSE THE VEHICLE TO BECOME
    UNSTABLE AND OVERTURN
  33. ● INSIDE BANKED CURVES INCREASE SAFETY, HOW
    • THEY COUNTERACT THE CENTRIFUGAL FORCES
  34. ★ ROADS THAT ARE UNABLE TO SUPPORT THE WEIGHT OF HEAVY FIRE APPARATUS
    MAY BE A
    THIN LAYER OF ASPHALT OVER LIGHT GRADE GRAVEL
  35. DOWNHILL GRADES. HAZARDS
     UNABLE TO NEGOTIATE A CURVE OR STRIKING A VEHICLE DUE TO THE INABILITY TO STOP
  36. Any one for adult airway
    THE PATIENT RECEIVES ACTIVE AIRWAY ASSISTANCE BEYOND THE ADMINISTRATION OF O2
  37. Adult one Circulation
    THE PATIENT LACKS A RADIAL PULSE WITH A SUSTAINED HEART RATE GREATER THAN 120 BEATS PER MINUTE OR HAS A SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE OF LESS THAN 90 MMHG
  38. Adult one BEST MOTOR RESPONCE
    – THE PATIENT EXHIBITS A SCORE OF FOUR OR LESS ON THE MOTOR ASSESSMENT COMPONENT OF THE GLASGOW COMA SCALE OR EXHIBITS THE PRESENCE OF PARALYSIS; OR THERE IS THE SUSPICION OF A SPINAL CORD INJURY OR THE LOSS OF SENSATION
  39. Adult one longbone fracture
    – THE PATIENT REVEALS SIGNS OR SYMPTOMS OF TWO OR MORE LONGBONE FRACTURE SITES (HUMERUS, RADIUS, ULNA, FEMUR, TIBIA OR FIBULA)
  40. ADULT ONE. CUTANEOUS
    THE PATIENT HAS 2ND OR 3RD DEGREE BURNS TO 15% OR MORE OF THE TOTAL BODY SURFACE AREA; OR AMPUTATION PROXIMAL TO THE WRIST OR ANKLE; OR ANY PENETRATING INJURY TO THE HEAD, NECK OR TORSO (EXCLUDING SUPERFICIAL WOUNDS WHERE THE DEPTH OF THE WOUND CAN BE DETERMINED)
  41. Adult one Longbone fracture
    THE PATIENT REVEALS SIGNS OR SYMPTOMS OF TWO OR MORE LONGBONE FRACTURE SITES (HUMERUS, RADIUS, ULNA, FEMUR, TIBIA OR FIBULA)
  42. Adult two AIRWAY
    THE PATIENT HAS A RESPIRATORY RATE OF 30 OR GREATER
  43. Adult Two CIRCULATION
    THE PATIENT HAS A SUSTAINED HEART RATE OF 120 BEATS PER MINUTE OR GREATER
  44. Adult Two. BMR
    THE PATIENT HAS A BMR OF 5 ON THE MOTOR COMPONENT OF THE GLASGOW COMA SCALE
  45. ADULT TWO CUTANEOUS
    THE PATIENT HAS A SOFT TISSUE LOSS FROM EITHER A MAJOR DEGLOVING INJURY OR A MAJOR FLAP AVULSION GREATER THAN 5 INCHES; OR HAS SUSTAINED A GUN SHOT WOUND TO THE EXTREMITIES OF THE BODY
  46. Adult TWO LONGBONE FRACTURE
    THE PATIENT REVEALS SIGNS OR SYMPTOMS OF A SINGLE LONGBONE FRACTURE RESULTING FROM A MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION OR A FALL FROM AN ELEVATION OF 10 FEET OR GREATER
  47. Adult TWO AGE
    THE PATIENT IS 55 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER
  48. ● ADULT 2 MECHANISM OF INJURY
    – THE PATIENT HAS BEEN EJECTED FROM A MOTOR VEHICLE (EXCLUDING ANY MOTORCYCLE, MOPED, ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE, BICYCLE, OR THE OPEN BODY OF A PICK-UP TRUCK); OR THE DRIVER OF THE MOTOR VEHICLE HAS IMPACTED WITH THE STEERING WHEEL CAUSING STEERING WHEEL DEFORMITY
  49. PED ONE AIRWAY
    IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN OPTIMAL VENTILATION, THE PATIENT IS INTUBATED; OR THE PATIENT'S BREATHING IS ASSISTED THROUGH SUCH MEASURES AS MANUAL JAW THRUST, CONTINUOUS SUCTIONING, OR THROUGH THE USE OF OTHER ADJUNCTS TO ASSIST VENTILATORY EFFORTS
  50. PED ONE CIRCULATION
    – THE PATIENT HAS A FAINT OR NON-PALPABLE CAROTID OR FEMORAL PULSE; OR THE PATIENT HAS A SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE OF LESS THAN 50 MMHG
  51. PED ONE CONSCIOUSNESS
    THE PATIENT EXHIBITS AN ALTERED MENTAL STATUS THAT INCLUDES DROWSINESS, LETHARGY, THE INABILITY TO FOLLOW COMMANDS, UNRESPONSIVENESS TO VOICE, TOTALLY UNRESPONSIVE, OR IS IN A COMA; OR THERE IS THE PRESENCE OF PARALYSIS, THE SUSPICION OF A SPINAL CORD INJURY, OR A LOSS OF SENSATION
  52. PED ONE FRACTURE
    ● – THERE IS EVIDENCE OF AN OPEN LONG BONE (HUMERUS, RADIUS, ULNA, FEMUR, TIBIA, OR FIBULA) FRACTURE; OR THERE ARE MULTIPLE FRACTURE SITES OR MULTIPLE DISLOCATIONS (EXCEPT FOR ISOLATED WRIST OR ANKLE FRACTURES OR DISLOCATIONS)
  53. PED ONE CUTANEOUS
    – THE PATIENT HAS A MAJOR SOFT TISSUE DISRUPTION INCLUDING MAJOR DEGLOVING INJURY OR MAJOR FLAP AVULSION; OR 2ND OR 3RD DEGREE BURNS TO 10% OR MORE OF THE TOTAL BODY SURFACE AREA; OR AMPUTATION PROXIMAL TO THE WRIST OR ANKLE; OR ANY PENETRATING INJURY TO THE HEAD, NECK, OR TORSO (EXCLUDING SUPERFICIAL WOUNDS WHERE THE DEPTH OF THE WOUND CAN BE DETERMINED)
  54. PED TWO CONSCIOUSNESS
    THE PATIENT EXHIBITS SYMPTOMS OF AMNESIA; OR THERE IS LOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESS
  55. PED TWO CIRCULATION
    THE CAROTID OR FEMORAL PULSE IS PALPABLE, BUT THE RADIAL OR PEDAL PULSES ARE NOT PALPABLE; OR THE SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE IS LESS THAN 90 MMHG
  56. PED TWO FRACTURE
    THE PATIENT REVEALS SIGNS OR SYMPTOMS OF A SINGLE CLOSED LONG BONE FRACTURE (DOES NOT INCLUDE ISOLATED WRIST OR ANKLE FRACTURES)
  57. PED TWO SIZE
    PEDIATRIC TRAUMA PATIENTS WEIGHING 11 KILOGRAMS OR LESS, OR THE BODY LENGTH IS EQUIVALENT TO THIS WEIGHT ON A PEDIATRIC LENGTH AND WEIGHT EMERGENCY TAPE (THE EQUIVALENT OF 33 INCHES IN MEASUREMENT OR LESS)
  58. THE GOAL OF DECONTAMINATION AFTER A POTENTIAL EXPOSURE TO BIOTERRORISM AGENTS IS TO
    REDUCE THE EXTENT OF CONTAMINATION BY THE PATIENTS AND TO CONTAIN THE CONTAMINATION TO PREVENT FURTHER SPREAD OF THE DISEASE.
  59. FOR MANY BIOLOGICAL AGENTS, PATIENT DECONTAMINATION ?
    Decon may not be necessary
  60. RECOMMENDED FOR RINSING EYES
  61. CLEAN WATER OR SALINE SOLUTION
  62. PATIENTS WITH SUSPECTED EXPOSURE TO ANTHRAX POWDER REQUIRE DECONTAMINATION
    PRIOR TO RESCUE TRANSPORT. THE DESTINATION HOSPITAL MUST BE NOTIFIED PRIOR TO RESCUE ARRIVAL AT THAT FACILITY.
  63. DROPLET PRECAUTIONS ARE USED FOR PATIENTS SUSPECTED TO BE INFECTED WITH MICROORGANISMS TRANSMITTED BY
    LARGE PARTICLE DROPLETS, GENERALLY LARGER THAN 5 MICRONS IN SIZE,
  64. AIRBORNE PRECAUTIONS ARE USED FOR PATIENTS SUSPECTED TO BE INFECTED WITH MICROORGANISMS TRANSMITTED BY AIRBORNE DROPLET NUCLEI
    SMALL PARTICLE RESIDUE, 5 MICRONS, OR SMALLER IN SIZE
  65. AIRBORNE PRECAUTIONS REQUIRE EMS PERSONNEL TO WEAR RESPIRATORY PROTECTION THAT MEETS THE
    MINIMAL NIOSH STANDARD FOR PARTICULATE RESPIRATORS, N95.
  66. ISOLATION PRECAUTIONS (EXPOSURE TO SUSPICIOUS POWDER) –
    ● STANDARD AND AIRBORNE PRECAUTIONS ARE USED FOR THE CARE OF PATIENTS WITH EXPOSURE TO SUSPICIOUS POWDER (ANTHRAX), UNTIL PATIENTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL SURFACES ARE PROPERLY DECONTAMINATED
  67. THE MOST COMMON FORM OF THE ATURAL DISEASE IN ADULTS.
    FOOD-BORNE botulism
  68. SUSPECTED TO HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO BOTULINUM TOXIN SHOULD BE CAREFULLY MONITORED FOR EVIDENCE OF
    RESPIRATORY PARALYSIS AND DECOMPENSATION
  69. ISOLATION PRECAUTIONS for botulism
    ● STANDARD PRECAUTIONS ARE USED FOR THE CARE OF PATIENTS WITH BOTULISM
  70. DOES NOT PLACE PERSONS AT RISK FOR DERMAL EXPOSURE OR RISK ASSOCIATED WITH RE-AEROSOLIZATION; THEREFORE, DECONTAMINATION OF PATIENTS IS NOT REQUIRED
    CONTAMINATION WITH BOTULINUM TOXIN
  71. EFFECTS ON THE CNS SYSTEM ARE NOT AS SEVERE AS ORGANOPHOSPHATES BECAUSE OF THE INABILITY OF CARBAMATES TO PENETRATE THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
    EFFECTS ON THE CNS SYSTEM ARE NOT AS SEVERE AS ORGANOPHOSPHATES BECAUSE OF THE INABILITY OF CARBAMATES TO PENETRATE THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
  72. EFFECTS ON THE CNS SYSTEM ARE NOT AS SEVERE AS ORGANOPHOSPHATES BECAUSE OF THE INABILITY OF CARBAMATES TO PENETRATE THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
    CARBAMATE
  73. PED GCS
    ADOLESCENT
    EYE OPENING
    • Spontaneous. 4
    • To speach. 3
    • To pain. 2
    • None. 1
  74. PED GCS
    ADOLESCENT
    BEST VERBAL RESPONSE
    • ORIENTED. 5
    • CONFUSED. 4
    • INAPPROPRIATE WORDS. 3
    • INCOMPREHENSABLE SOUNDS. 2
    • NONE. 1
  75. PED GCS
    ADOLESCENT
    BEST MOTOR RESPONSE
    • OBEYS. 6
    • LOCALIZES. 5
    • WITHDRAWS. 4
    • ABNORMAL FLEXION. 3
    • EXTENSOR RESPONSE. 2
    • NONE. 1
  76. PED GCS CHILD
    EYE OPENING
    • Spontaneous. 4
    • To speach. 3
    • To pain. 2
    • None. 1
    • Same as child and infant
  77. PED GCS INFANT
    EYE OPENING
    • Spontaneous. 4
    • To speach. 3
    • To pain. 2
    • None. 1
    • SAME AS ADOLESCENT and child
  78. PED GCS CHILD
    Best verbal response
    • ORIENTED
    • APPROPRIATE. 5
    • CONFUSED. 4
    • INAPPROPRIATE
    • WORDS 3
    • Incomprehensable words OR NONSPECIFIC
    • SOUNDS. 2
    • NONE. 1
  79. PED GCS CHILD
    Best motor response
    • Obeys commands. 6
    • Localizes painful stimulus. 5
    • Withdraws in response to pain. 4
    • Flexion in response to pain. 3
    • Extension in responce to pain. 2
    • None. 1
  80. PED GCS INFANT
    Best verbal response
    • Coos and babbles. 5
    • Irritable, cries. 4
    • Cries in response to pain. 3
    • Moans in response to
    • Pain. 2
    • None. 1
  81. PED GCS INFANT
    BEST MOTOR RESPONSE
    • Moves spontaniously and purposely. 6
    • Withdraws in response to touch. 5
    • Withdraws in response to pain. 4
    • Decorticate posturing
    • (abnormal flexion)
    • In response to pain. 3
    • Decerebrate posturing (abnormal extension)
    • In response to pain. 2
    • None. 1

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