SOG (exam)2

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  1. __ arrival shall always have priority if __ arrival
    prompt response shall be attained by
    • Safe-speedy
    • Quiclky mounting vehicle
    • Ensuring personnel are onboard, seated, belts fastened
    • Waiting for bay doors completely open
    • Leaving in a standard manor
    • Knowing route
    • Driving defenceivly $ profesionally @ reasonable speeds
    • Using audible warning devicess when necessary
  2. -SOG vehicle operations-
    Operators shall report any condition that might temporarily or permanently impair their ability to safely operate a JFRD vehicle to
    Appropriate supervisor
  3. Eng/operators shall inspect their assigned vehicle daily to determine___.they shall check____. Then...
    • Its condition
    • Watwrevel visually, and all fluids
    • Complete and sign engineers daily app report
  4. -Apparatus inspection-
    Any defects, discrepancies, irregularities, or unsaved condition shall be immediately reported to____
    Their CO
  5. -Apparatus inspection-
    Any defects, discrepancies, irregularities, or unsaved condition shall be immediately reported to their CO. The CO shall...
    Contact TS personnel and be guided by their instructions
  6. All firefighting and EMS equipment shall be inspected ___. it must also be checked...
    • Daily
    • Before leaving emergency scenes and upon to quarters
  7. -Apparatus inspection-
    ___&___ will also be performed daily
    Maintenence and general cleaning
  8. -SPARE UNITS-
    the CO shall be responsible for...
    The vehicle and its equipment
  9. -Apparatus inspection-
    When returned they shall be____. Any necessary repairs shall be
    • Fueled and cleaned
    • Reported to TS Personnel
  10. -SPARE UNITS-
    If returned after normal work hrs...
    The CO shall notufy FRCC of where the unit is and if any repairs are needed
  11. -FUEL SUPPLY-
    Exception
    When en-route to or being operated at the scene, in wbich case it shall be refilled ASAP
  12. EXCEPT WHEN INVOLVED IN EMERGENCY RESPONSE, FIRE APPARATUS SHALL NOT BE DRIVEN ON
    PRIVATE DRIVEWAYS OR OVER PRIVATELY OWNED BRIDGES.
  13. -SOG/BACKING-
    OPERATORS OF JFRD VEHICLES SHALL AVOID BACKING WHENEVER POSSIBLE. WHERE BACKING IS UNAVOIDABLE, GUIDES SHALL BE USED
  14. -SOG/BACKING-
    THE GUIDE MUST BE IN A POSITION BOTH TO
    OBSERVE POSSIBLE HAZARDS AND COMMUNICATE WITH THE OPERATOR.
  15. Vehicle stuck ?
    TACTICAL SUPPORT PERSONNEL SHOULD BE CONTACTED FOR CONSULTATION BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO PULL OUT ANY JFRD VEHICLE WHICH HAS BECOME STUCK. THE ONLY EXCEPTIONS TO THIS ARE VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH WINCHES.
  16. TSF can be contacted on __ from__repairs needed after that...
    • A8 from 7-19-7 days a week
    • FRCC will be notified in lieu of service personnel
  17. BEFORE ACCEPTING A VEHICLE WHICH HAS BEEN IN A REPAIR FACILITY, IT WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ___ TO CHECK THE ___ PRIOR TO
    • ENGINEER/OPERATOR
    • WATER LEVEL OF BOOSTER TANKS (BY VISUAL OBSERVATION) AND ALL FLUID LEVELS PLACING THE VEHICLE INTO SERVICE.
  18. ACCEPTING A VEHICLE WHICH HAS BEEN IN A REPAIR FACILITY THE COMPANY OFFICER SHALL
    VERIFY THESE FLUID LEVELS AT HIS/HER EARLIEST CONVENIENCE.
  19. • IF IT BECOMES NECESSARY TO USE CENTER OR ONCOMING TRAFFIC LANES TO APPROACH CONTROLLED INTERSECTIONS (TRAFFIC LIGHT OR STOP SIGN), JFRD VEHICLES___THIS INCLUDES OCCASIONS...
    • MUST COME TO A COMPLETE STOP BEFORE PROCEEDING THROUGH THE INTERSECTION.
    • WHEN THE VEHICLE
    • HAS GREEN TRAFFIC LIGHTS
  20. •INCIDENT COMMAND•
    -purpose-
    To reduce life and property loss through...
    Effective organazational control
  21. •INCIDENT COMMAND•
    This system provides a __ which will assist in developing___as the incident dictates or escalates
    • Dynamic guideline
    • An effective command structure
  22. The time involved in implementing the ICS should produce time savings, through...
    More effective incident control
  23. The ICS can be subdivided into 2 stages:
    • •Initial responce ICS
    • •Extended operations ICS
  24. Initial operations ICS is
    Implemented within the first operational period (approximately first 12 hrs) utilized in the majority of incidents requiring ICS
  25. •Extended operations ICS is
    • When operations extend beyond one operational period or when complex planning is required.
    • Full activation of the NIMS
  26. •INCIDENT COMMAND•
    What are the Operating requirements
    • Adaptability
    • and
    • Expandability
  27. ICS is mandatory on
    Incidents Involving 5 or more units
  28. Command procedures are designed to accomplish
    • Fix the responsibility for command
    • Ensure strong, direct, and visible command is est. As eraly as possible
    • Provide system for orderly trans. of com.
    • Outline activities and responsibilities of com.
  29. The IC must assume responsibility for
    • •Front of SOG•
    • safety of all personnel
    • Remove,protect,treat
    • ocupants
    • Stop fire or hazard
    • Conserve property
  30. •INCIDENT COMMAND SOG•
    Initial radio report
    • Unit ID on-scene
    • Description
    • Conditions-tactics
    • Radio des-"command"
  31. Officer of the 1st arriving company shall assume command if
    • Unit that est. Command does not have an officer
    • AND
    • chief not yet on scene
  32. Assumption of command is discretionary for...
    Ranks above district chief
  33. Specialty chiefs___will not assume command at
    • At their discresion
    • Incidents involving their specialty, skills needed elsewhere
  34. Command is transferred only when
    Transfer procedures have been completed
  35. Officers that wish to assume command will___may occur by
    • First communicate with the IC being releaved,
    • Radio contact
    • Face to face is perfered
  36. tactical worksheets facilitate___ carried by...
    • Assumption of command
    • All chiefs
  37. Tactical worksheets are
    A basic written IAP
  38. Command is responsible for the following tasks
    • 1 est com
    • 2 size up
    • 3 radio report
    • 4 IAP
    • 5 LIFE SAFETY
    • 6 assign sectors
    • 7 progress reports
    • 8 review and eval attack
    • 9 additional units
    • 10 safety perimeter
    • 11 info to media
    • 12 terminate ICS
    • 13 document on JFIRS
  39. The CO of 1st arriving unit must decide commitment. Will fall under 1 of the following
    • Nothing showing
    • Fast attack
    • Command
  40. •IC-SOG•Command options
    Nothing showing
    CO will direct incoming units
    To staging
  41. •IC-SOG•Command options
    Fast attack
    situations require__
    CO will provide__ to incoming companies__
    Should last__
    • Immediate action to stabilize the situation
    • Necessary direction
    • Before commiting
    • Be breif - few minutes
  42. •IC-SOG•Command options
    Command-
    The company officer will est___ and___
    • Command position and maitain
    • Commit his company and arriving units to the best advantage
  43. •IC-SOG•
    Benchmarks
    • Primary serch
    • Situation under control
    • Secondary serch
  44. Benefits of sectoring
    • Increases safety
    • More managable span of control
    • Reduces radio communications
    • Allows command to communicate directly with sector officers
    • Concentration of overall strategy and resource allocation
  45. Sectors may be designated as
    Direction, area, floor #, function
  46. Specialty teams should not be separated when
    • Requested for specific function
    • Dispatch proto includes them as addition to normal responce
  47. CO may have to operate as a
    • CO
    • SO
  48. Main reason for sectoring?
    Will enhance the safety factor for personnel?
    • Safety of personnel
    • Assignment of complete crews
  49. Staging level based on
    Size and complexity of the incident
  50. Level I staging
    • Require strategic positioning ut no on-s ene reserve
    • Standard for all incidents requiring full assignment or greater
    • Wait instruction from IC
  51. Level II STAGING
    • On-scene reserve of personnel
    • Staging officer and formal staging area
    • Ack. From FRCC only
    • CO report to SO
    • Other personnel report to SO
  52. ___ will designate and est. Rehab area
    Uncommited rescue
  53. Informal rehab
    • May be set up at any incident Invol es monitoring personnel and ensuring they are properly hydrated
    • Take place in bake of rescue or any suitable area
  54. Formal rehab
    • Large scale large duration
    • Require RO
    • Confer with command to ensure personnel are cyceled through
  55. Duties/responsibilities of command (7)
    • Leadership and direction
    • Tactics and stratigies
    • IAP
    • Determine strategic objectives assigning resources
    • Make changes
    • Staging area and SO
    • Rehab area and RO
  56. SO must have the capabilities in these areas:
    • Communicating with companies in there sector
    • Control of position and function of working companies

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