Search and Rescue

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Search and Rescue
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2011-07-04 11:30:46
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  1. If fire fighters become disoriented and must rely on the hose line to find their way out, how can the
    couplings help?
    A. The male couplings point
    toward the nozzle.
    B. The male couplings point toward the way out.
    C. The couplings do not indicate direction, but
    can be banged on the floor to signal for help.
    D. The Higbee cut points toward the side of less
    pressure.
    B. The male couplings point toward the way out.
  2. What condition is the victim in when the exit assist is appropriate?
    A. Unresponsive, and unable to walk
    B. Responsive, but unable to walk
    C. Responsive, and able to walk
    D. Unresponsive, but able to walk
    C. Responsive, and able to walk
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. Which of the following provides a faster removal from a dangerous area?
    A. Clothes drag
    B. Blanket drag
    C. Lower extremities drag
    D. Webbing sling drag
    D. Webbing sling drag
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. When using the clothes drag, what supports the victim’s head?
    A. A roll of blanket
    B. The victim’s hands
    C. The rescuer’s arms
    D. The victim’s arms
    C. The rescuer’s arms
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. How should an unconscious child be carried down a ladder?
    A. Vertically, in the crook of one arm
    B. Cradled across the rescuer’s arms
    C. Across the shoulders
    D. Over one shoulder
    B. Cradled across ther escuer’s arms
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. What is the second search priority?
    A. The exterior of the structure
    B. The area directly above the fire
    C. The area between the fire and the main exit
    D. The area directly under the fire
    B. The area directly above the fire
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. In the two-part marking system for indicating which rooms have been searched, what symbol means a search is presently underway in a particular room?
    A. A one-headed arrow pointing up or right
    B. A horizontal line with no slash through it
    C. A circle with no line through it
    D. A slash; one line of the letter X
    D. A slash; one line of the letter X
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. What is the most efficient method for removing an unconscious or unresponsive victim from a dangerous location?
    A. Sling hoist
    B. Carry
    C. Drag
    D. Web hoist
    C. Drag
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. What is one instance in which the blanket drag would be preferable?
    A. Victim is a child.
    B. Victim is not breathing.
    C. Victim is not dressed.
    D. Victim has a leg injury.
    C. Victim is not dressed.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. When using a webbing sling drag, what helps support the victim’s head and neck?
    A. The rescuer’s hands
    B. The webbing sling
    C. A roll of blanket
    D. The victim’s forearms
    B. The webbing sling
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. How many fire fighters are necessary to fully execute a long-backboard rescue?
    A. One
    B. Three
    C. Two
    D. Four or more
    D. Four or more
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. When fire fighters are climbing down a ladder carrying an unconscious child, where should their hands
    be?
    A. One on a rung, the other on a beam
    B. Sliding down the beams
    C. On the same rung
    D. On different rungs
    B. Sliding down the beams
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. What is a drawback of the two-person seat carry?
    A. Difficult to travel long distances
    B. Difficult to maintain victim’s weight
    C. Difficult to move through doors
    D. Time consuming
    C. Difficult to move through doors
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. What is the only way to confirm everyone has safely evacuated a building?
    A. Question occupants.
    B. Question witnesses.
    C. Conduct a head count.
    D. Conduct a thorough search.
    D. Conduct a thorough search.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. The overall plan for an incident must focus on the life-safety priority as long as ________ operations are still underway.
    A. salvage
    B. size-up
    C. search and rescue
    D. fire suppression
    C. search and rescue
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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