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  1. PROMPT, SAFE RESPONSE SHALL BE ATTAINED BY
    • >quickley mounting vehicle
    • >personnel are onboard, seated, seatbelts fastened
    • >waiting for bay doors to open fully
    • >leave in a standard manner
    • >knowing route to be taken
    • >driving defensively and professionally at reasonable speeds
    • >using audible warning devices when necessary
  2. ___ will confirm that all personnel and riders are onboard, wearing PPE, and wearing seatbelts
    company officer
  3. THE GUIDE MUST BE IN A POSITION BOTH TO___ and___ WITH THE OPERATOR.
    OBSERVE POSSIBLE HAZARDS AND COMMUNICATE
  4. BEFORE ACCEPTING A VEHICLE WHICH HAS BEEN IN A REPAIR FACILITY, IT WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ENGINEER/OPERATOR TO CHECK___and___ PRIOR TO PLACING THE VEHICLE INTO SERVICE.
    THE___ SHALL VERIFY THESE FLUID LEVELS AT HIS/HER EARLIEST CONVENIENCE.
    • THE WATER LEVEL OF BOOSTER TANKS (BY VISUAL OBSERVATION) AND ALL FLUID LEVELS
    • COMPANY OFFICER
  5. WHEN APPROACHING AND CROSSING INTERSECTIONS WITH THE RIGHT-OF-WAY (GREEN LIGHT, NO STOP SIGN, ETC.), JFRD VEHICLES SHALL
    NOT EXCEED THE POSTED SPEED LIMIT
  6. THE UNIQUE HAZARDS OF DRIVING ON OR ADJACENT TO THE FIREGROUND OR INCIDENT SCENE REQUIRE THE OPERATOR TO USE
    EXTREME CAUTION.
  7. FRCC WILL DESIGNATE A FLIGHT AND TALK GROUP FOR THE FOLLOWING:
    • >5 OR MORE UNITS
    • >ATU WITH LANDING ZONE UNIT
    • >MUTUAL AID ASSIGNMENTS
    • >SPECIAL EVENT RADIO COMMUNICATIONS
    • >NON-EMERGENCY FIELD COMMUNICATIONS
    • >MULTI-DEPARTMENT/ AGENCY COMMUNICATIONS
    • >NO EMERGEENCY FEILD EXERCISES
  8. A5 (EMS 2)
    SECONDARY EMS TALK GROUP. SPECIAL EVENT TEAMS WILL COMMUNICATE ON AND MONITOR A5, UNLESS DIRECTED BY FRCC TO AN ALTERNATE TALK GROUP.
  9. A6
    (CONVENTIONAL PATCH) WHEN UNITS REQUEST ATU TRANSPORT, A6 SHALL BE USED FOR ISOLATING THE LANDING ZONE UNIT AND THE ATU.
  10. A9
    (TRAINING 1) A9 MAY BE USED DURING FIELD TRAINING EXERCISES AT THE DISCRETION OF THE JFRD TRAINING ACADEMY.
  11. A10
    (FIRE PREVENTION AND INVESTIGATION) UNITS MAY USE TALK GROUP A10 AT THE DISCRETION OF FIRE PREVENTION DIVISION PERSONNEL.
  12. A11 AND A12
    A11 AND A12 ARE CONVENTIONAL, SIMPLEX RADIO FREQUENCIES USED FOR SHORT-RANGE COMMUNICATION WITHIN DISTANCES OF ONE MILE.
  13. UNITS MAY USE A13 AND A14 AT THE DISCRETION OF
    THE FRCC SUPERVISOR.
  14. A15
    (LATERAL) A15 IS USED FOR NON-EMERGENCY FIELD COMMUNICATIONS OR NON-EMERGENCY TRANSMISSIONS FROM FIELD UNITS TO FRCC.
  15. A16
    • A16 (ADMINISTRATIVE)
    • A16 IS USED AT THE DISCRETION OF JFRD ADMINISTRATION. A16 IS NOT MONITORED BY FRCC.
  16. B-FLIGHT
    FRCC WILL REBROADCAST THE ASSIGNED TALK GROUP___ AFTER INITIAL DISPATCH FOR THE BENEFIT OF RESPONDING UNITS.
    15 SECONDS
  17. FRCC SHALL REPEAT ALL OF THE FOLLOWING TRANSMISSIONS FROM FIELD UNITS, INCLUDING PERTINENT ADDITIONAL INFORMATION RECEIVED FROM ON-SCENE PERSONNEL:
    DISPOSITION UPDATES, EMS ALERTS, W SIGNALS, MAYDAYS, SIGNAL 34S
  18. UNITS EN-ROUTE TO MAINTENANCE FACILITIES WILL ADVISE FRCC WHEN
    OUT-OF-POSITION, ON-SCENE, RETURNING-TO-QUARTERS, AND BACK-IN-POSITION.
  19. UNITS REQUESTING TO LEAVE FIRST-DUE TERRITORY WHILE REMAINING IN SERVICE WILL:
    • >SECURE PERMISSION FROM THE APPROPRIATE DISTRICT CHIEF
    • >COORDINATE THROUGH FRCC
  20. DURING MULTI-UNIT ASSIGNMENTS, COMPANIES STAGING AT HYDRANTS WILL ADVISE THEIR LOCATION FOR THE BENEFIT OF
    THE IC
  21. DURING ALL INCIDENTS INVOLVING__,__,__,__, OR __. FRCC WILL BROADCAST ON THE TALK GROUP INVOLVED, THE LOCATION AND DURATION OF THE INCIDENT IN __ INCREMENTS.
    • >THE INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM, SIGNAL 34, MAYDAY, AND CARDIAC OR TRAUMA REDS,
    • >10-MINUTE
  22. THE 10-MINUTE INCREMENTS WILL BEGIN WITH
    IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMAND, OR WHEN A CARDIAC OR TRAUMA RED IS ADVISED
  23. ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT PERSONNEL WILL REPORT EN-ROUTES AND ON-SCENES VIA
    CELLULAR PHONE, MDT, OR ON THE APPROPRIATE TALK GROUP WHEN DISPATCHED.
  24. ON ARRIVAL ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT PERSONNEL SHALL REPORT TO
    THE INCIDENT COMMANDER FOR INSTRUCTIONS.
  25. DURING MULTI-UNIT RESPONSES, UNITS SHALL REPORT ALL ON-SCENES
    DIRECTLY TO FRCC.
  26. FRCC WILL ADVISE RESCUE UNITS OF HOSPITAL STATUS REGARDING
    INTERNAL DISASTER.
  27. UNITS ADVISING TRAUMA ALERT, STROKE ALERT, STEMI ALERT, CARDIAC RED, OR TRAUMA RED WILL DO SO AS SOON AS PRACTICAL, GIVING:
    • CRITERIA
    • HOSPITAL DESTINATION
    • ETA TO HOSPITAL
  28. UNITS REQUESTING ASSISTANCE FROM OTHER AGENCIES SHALL SPECIFY
    NATURE AT THE TIME OF REQUEST.
  29. OFFICERS SHALL CONTACT___ FOR INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE REQUESTING TIRE AND WRECKER SERVICE FROM
    • >TACTICAL SUPPORT FACILITY
    • DURING TACTICAL SUPPORT FACILITY BUSINESS HOURSFRCC.
    • >FRCC.
  30. AFTER TACTICAL SUPPORT FACILITY BUSINESS HOURS, OFFICERS SHALL CONTACT FRCC IF THE UNITIS OUT-OF-SERVICE DUE TO____ OR____
    A MECHANICAL FAILURE OR IF THE APPARATUS REQUIRES TIRE REPLACEMENT RESULTING IN THE UNIT BEING OUT-OF-SERVICE UNTIL REPLACEMENT IS COMPLETED.
  31. UNIT REQUESTS FOR TIRE SERVICE MUST PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:
    • MOTOR POOL NUMBER
    • MILEAGE
    • TIRE SIZE
    • LOCATION OF THE TIRE ON THE APPARATUS
    • NATURE OF REQUEST (PROBLEM WITH TIRE OR RIM)
  32. UNIT REQUESTS FOR WRECKER SERVICE MUST PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:
    • MOTOR POOL NUMBER
    • MILEAGE
    • TYPE OF APPARATUS/UNIT
    • LOCATION OF APPARATUS/UNIT
    • NATURE OF PROBLEM
  33. DISPATCHES OF UNITS IN QUARTERS:
    IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF FIELD PERSONNEL TO NOTIFY FRCC IMMEDIATELY IF THE UNIT DISPATCHED:
    • • IS NOT IN QUARTERS
    • • IS NOT APPROPRIATELY STAFFED TO HANDLE INCIDENT
    • • HAS LIMITED CAPABILITIES AND IS UNABLE TO HANDLE INCIDENT
  34. AVAILABLE UNITS:
    IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF FIELD PERSONNEL TO NOTIFY FRCC IMMEDIATELY IF THE UNIT DISPATCHED:
    • • IS NOT APPROPRIATELY STAFFED TO HANDLE INCIDENT
    • • HAS LIMITED CAPABILITIES AND IS UNABLE TO HANDLE INCIDENT
    • • IS NOT CLOSEST RESPONDER AT ITS CURRENT LOCATION
  35. WHAT WILL DICTATE THE INITIAL ASSIGNMENT DISPATCHED.
    THE TYPE AND AMOUNT OF INFORMATION RECEIVED
  36. ONLY THE ____OR____ MAY REQUEST CANCELLATION OF RESPONDING UNITS PRIOR TO THE ARRIVAL OF JFRD OR JSO PERSONNEL
    PATIENT OR COMPLAINANT
  37. FRCC SHALL UPGRADE AN ASSIGNMENT BASED UPON INFORMATION RECEIVED FROM __,__,__,OR__ PROVIDED RESPONDING UNITS HAVE NOT ARRIVED.
    A COMPLAINANT, ANOTHER AGENCY, FIELD PERSONNEL, OR JFRD VOLUNTEER PERSONNEL
  38. ___ WILL BE ASSIGNED AS THE PRIMARY SUPPRESSION APPARATUS ON EMS CALLS IN THE BALDWIN AREA
    BRUSH 43
  39. FRCC SHALL CONTACT ___FOR ASSISTANCE TO ALL INCIDENTS OCCURRING ON THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA CAMPUS.
    UNF POLICE
  40. TANKERS WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED WHEN THEY APPEAR IN THE SUGGESTED ASSIGNMENTS IN FIRE DISTRICTS___ AND UPON FIELD REQUEST.
    16, 19-59, 301
  41. THE APPROPRIATE POLICE AGENCY WILL BE DISPATCHED FOR TRAFFIC CONTROL ON THE INITIAL DISPATCH OF STRUCTURE FIRES INVOLVING
    • HOSPITALS, NURSING HOMES, CONVALESCENT CENTERS, HIGH RISES,
    • INCLUDING INCIDENTS INVOLVING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND MASS CASUALTY.(MISSHAPED COWS MC)
  42. THE COMMAND VAN WILL BE ASSIGNED TO CONFIRMED W3 OR GREATER INCIDENTS INVOLVING
    • DUPLEXES, RESTAURANTS,
    • AND ALL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENTS INVOLVING A FULL ASSIGNMENT OR GREATER AND ALL MASS CASUALTY INCIDENTS.(MISSHAPPED COWS MC)
  43. AN AIR TRUCK WILL BE ASSIGNED TO CONFIRMED W3 OR GREATER INCIDENTS INVOLVING
    • HOSPITALS, NURSING HOMES, CONVALESCENT CENTERS, HIGH RISES
    • DUPLEXES, RESTAURANTS,
    • HIGHLIFE HAZARD OCCUPANCIES (MISSHAPED COWS MC)
  44. LADDER COMPANIES ARE PRIMARY DISPATCH TO ALL
    SPECIAL DETAILS, LOW HANGING WIRES, WIRES DOWN, WIRES ARCING OR SPARKING, AND CHILDREN LOCKED IN VEHICLES WITHIN THEIR FIRST-DUE TERRITORY.
  45. THE APPROPRIATE SUPPRESSION DISTRICT CHIEF SHALL BE ASSIGNED TO ANY INCIDENT REQUIRING
    MORE THAN TWO SUPPRESSION COMPANIES.
  46. THE SPECIAL OPERATIONS CHIEF (FIRE 4) WILL RESPOND TO:
    • HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENTS • SPECIAL OPERATIONS INCIDENTS • INCIDENTS REQUIRING DEPLOYMENT OF THE JACKSONVILLE METROPOLITAN MEDICAL RESPONSE SYSTEM (MMRS)• INCIDENTS REQUIRING DEPLOYMENT OF THE USAR TEAM
  47. THE APPROPRIATE RESCUE DISTRICT CHIEF SHALL BE ASSIGNED TO ANY INCIDENT REQUIRING
    MORE THAN TWO RESCUE COMPANIES.
  48. ON SUPPRESSION INCIDENTS, THE FIRST-ARRIVING UNIT WILL PROVIDE AN INITIAL REPORT FOR THE BENEFIT OF OTHER RESPONDING UNITS. THE INITIAL REPORT WILL INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
    1. UNIT IDENTIFICATION AND ASSUMPTION OF COMMAND 2. BUILDING DESCRIPTION (OCCUPANCY, SIZE, CONSTRUCTION) 3. OBVIOUS FIRE CONDITIONS AND INITIAL TACTICS (“SMOKE SHOWING FROM SECOND FLOOR”,”LAYING OUT”, “ATTEMPTING RESCUE OF OCCUPANTS”, ETC.)4. FIRE CLASSIFICATION
  49. SUPPRESSION BENCHMARKS
    • • INCIDENT COMMAND
    • • ALL CLEAR
    • • SITUATION UNDER CONTROL
  50. ACTIVATING THE ORANGE EMERGENCY ALARM BUTTON SETS OFF AN ALARM ON ALL RADIO POSITIONS IN FRCC,
    DISPLAYING THE UNIT’S PORTABLE RADIO ID NUMBER.
  51. ACTIVATING THE ORANGE EMERGENCY ALARM BUTTON SETS OFF AN ALARM ON ALL RADIO POSITIONS IN FRCC, DISPLAYING
    THE UNIT’S PORTABLE RADIO ID NUMBER.
  52. PRESSING THE EMERGENCY ALARM BUTTON THE PORTABLE’S TALK GROUP AUTOMATICALLY OPENS IN FRCC FOR
    10 SECONDS.
  53. THE EMERGENCY ALARM BUTTON MUST BE RESET. TO RESET, THE USER MUST
    HOLD THE BUTTON DOWN UNTIL RECEIVING A LONG STEADY TONE (APPROXIMATELY FOUR SECONDS), THEN RELEASE.
  54. SIGNAL 34 IS UTILIZED IN THE EVENT OF A
    FIREFIGHTER(S) IN A POTENTIALLY LIFE-THREATENING SITUATION DURING A ROUTINE RESPONSE, WHILE CONDUCTING NON-EMERGENCY DUTIES, OR WHILE OPERATING AT AN EMS SCENE.
  55. IF UNIT IS ON AVAILABLE STATUS AND DOES NOT ADVISE PRESENT LOCATION WITH THE SIGNAL 34, FRCC WILL CONTINUE ATTEMPTING TO CONTACT THE UNIT AND NOTIFY ___OF THE SITUATION.
    THE APPLICABLE BATTALION/DISTRICT CHIEF
  56. An emergency assistance request Assignment shall consist of
    • Maximum investigative assignment
    • Rescue district chief
    • Rescue unit
    • Appropriate law enfor ement agency
  57. STATIONS___WILL BE COVERED AT ALL TIMES.
    40, 48, 54, AND 55
  58. INCIDENT INQUIRY REPORT
    ____WILL DOCUMENT THEIR COMMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS AFTER THEY HAVE SPOKEN WITH ALL PERSONNEL THAT RESPONDED TO A SPECIFIC INCIDENT IN QUESTION AND COMPLETED AN INCIDENT INQUIRY RESPONSE (LOCATED ON FIREWEB)
    CHIEF OFFICERS
  59. RESCUE DISTRICT CHIEFS MAY SUGGEST AND COORDINATE WITH THE ___FOR RESCUE TRANSFERS TO DEPLETED AREAS AND FOR STAND-BY ASSIGNMENTS.
    FRCC ASST. SUPERVISOR
  60. Units will notify___of incident report problems
    FRCC
  61. FD 300
    completed by
    • (available)
    • All secondary units
  62. The haz-mat teams work in conjunction with...
    Each other
  63. •Special operations teams •
    Comprised of ____ will respond to
    • Conf. Space
    • Hjgh angle rescue
    • Trench collapse
    • • INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY INCIDENTS INVOLVING ENTRAPMENT
    • • STRUCTURAL COLLAPSE
    • • EXTRICATIONS INVOLVING TRACTOR TRAILERS, BUSES, TRAINS OR MULTIPLE VEHICLES.
    • • HIGH RISE STRUCTURE FIRES
    • • CONFIRMED W-3’S INVOLVING COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS (IC SHOULD CONSIDER USING THE SPECIAL OPS TEAM AS RIT)
  64. Secondary RIT is
    Respond to
    • L-4, HR-4, and F-4
    • All W-3s involving large commercial structures or a 2nd alarm in any type of structure
    • (SOT assignments # 63)
  65. THE USAR TEAM WILL BE ACTIVATED BY__TO ASSIST WITH___.
    • ADMINISTRATIVE REQUEST
    • MASSIVE URBAN SEARCH AND RESCUE INCIDENTS THAT MAY REQUIRE LONG RANGE JFRD INVOLVEMENT.
  66. Must be used in conjunction with another description
    • Armed
    • Civil desturbance
    • Hit and run
    • Illeagal substance
    • Infectious incident
    • Family disturbance
    • Special detail (may be used alone)
    • Traffic accident
  67. ___ contacts animal control
    JSO
  68. Does not indicate automatic police dispatch
    • DOS
    • Gas or chemical leak, spill, or oder
    • Medical alarm (if requested)
  69. FRCC WILL CONTACT VIA RED PHONE FOR
    Ifectious incident
  70. OFFICIAL STANDARD INCIDENT DESCRIPTIONS WILL BE USED IN
    OFFICIAL JFRD WRITTEN DOCUMENTS, INCIDENT PRINTOUTS FROM FRCC, AND DURING RADIO COMMUNICATIONS
  71. STANDARD INCIDENT DESCRIPTIONS
    AUTOMATIC POLICE DISPATCH
    • ARMED
    • ATTEMPTED SUICIDE
    • BOMB THREAT
    • CIVIL DISTURBANCE
    • CONSTRUCTION/INDUSTRIAL INCIDENT
    • DISCHARGING FIRE ARM
    • DUI
    • ELECTROCUTION
    • FAMILY DISTURBANCE
    • GSW
    • HIT AND RUN
    • ILLEGAL SUBSTANCE
    • INTOXICATED
    • MURDER
    • PSYCHIATRIC
    • RAPE
    • STABBING/CUTTING
    • TRAFFIC ACCIDENT
    • WMD
  72. FOLLOWING ARE STANDARD PHRASES TO BE USED IN JFRD RADIO TRANSMISSIONS
    • BUSY
    • CALL
    • CAN YOU COPY
    • DID YOU RECEIVE MESSAGE
    • EMERGENCY TRAFFIC
    • END OF MESSAGE
    • MESSAGE DELIVERED
    • RECEIVING POORLY
    • VISITORS/OFFICIALS
    • WHAT IS MY CCR NUMBER
  73. STANDARD ABBREVIATIONS
    ATC
    KH
    PL
    CMP
    ABD
    • ATTEMPTING TO CONTACT
    • KEY HOLDER
    • PARKING LOT
    • COMPLAINTANT
    • ABDOMEN
  74. REQUEST FOR STATION EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS SHALL BE SUBMITTED THROUGH ___ OR ____
    FIREWEB UTILIZATING THE HELP DESK OR BY CALLING THE RADIO DUTY PAGER AT 499-5204
  75. FRCC WILL RELAY CANCELLATION REQUEST FROM _____ TO RESPONDING UNITS
    UNITS ON-SCENE OR JSO PERSONNEL
  76. DURING MULTI-UNIT REPSONSES, THE DOWNGRADING OF AN INITIAL ASSIGNMENT MAY OCCUR IF AN ON-SCENE UNIT PROVIDES
    AN INITIAL REPORT, A FIRE CLASSIFICATION, AND THE APPROPRIATE DISTRICT CHIEF ADVISES FRCC TO "COMMENCE ROLL CALL"
  77. MISROUTED EMERGENCY RESCUE REQUESTS FROM ON-BASE NAVAL HOUSING WILL BE RECEIVED AND RELAYED BY FRCC TO
    THE NAS REGIONAL DISPATCH CENTER
  78. FRCC WILL DISPATCH A RESCUE WHEN ASSISTANCE IS REQUESTED BY THE
    NAVAL FACILITY
  79. APPARATUS STAFFING SHALL BE DETERMINED BY
    THE DIRECTOR/FIRE CHIEF OR HIS/HER DESIGNEE
  80. TO MAINTAIN ____, UNITS SHALL BE TRANSFERRED BY FRCC INTO _____
    • SUFFICIENT COVERAGE AND DECREASE RESPONSE TIME
    • DEPLETED AREAS WHEN NECESSARY
  81. THE CLOSEST AVAILABLE RESCUE UNIT WILL TRANSFER TO THE BEACHES AREA WHEN BOTH R55 AND R71 ARE:
    • OUT-OF-SERVICE FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME
    • TRANSPORTING TO A HOSPITAL WEST OF THE INTRA-COASTAL WATERWAY
  82. OFFICERS WILL MAKE AN ENTRY IN THE DAILY LOG FOR
    EACH TRANSFER AS IT OCCURS
  83. ____ WILL BE ASSIGNED TO ALL INCIDENT INVOLVING THE DECON UNIT
    FIRE 4 AND A HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TEAM

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