Firefighter Safety

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Firefighter Safety
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2011-07-13 16:59:39
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  1. About how many fire fighter deaths in the United States occur on the fireground, compared to deaths that occur during training or during other routine duties?
    A. Nearly ten times as many
    B. About half as many
    C. About the same number
    D. About twice as many
    C. About the same number
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. How soon after a traumatic call should CISD be held?
    As soon as possible
  3. Approximately how many fire fighters are killed in the line of duty each year in the United States?
    100
  4. At a minimum, how much time should fire fighters spend in physical fitness training on a daily basis?
    1 hour
  5. Fire fighters should drink how much water for every 5 to 10 minutes of physical exertion?
    8 to 10 ounces
  6. What is the minimum number of fire fighters required to make up a firefighting team?
    2
  7. How are protective hoods worn?
    Over the face piece but under the helmet
  8. According to the applicable NFPA standard, how often must fire fighters have their SCBA face pieces fit-tested?
    A. Monthly
    B. Every 6 months
    C. Every 12 months
    D. Every 3 years
    C. Every 12 months
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. During routine SCBA checks, the pressure on the cylinder gauge must be in agreement with the regulator or remote pressure gauge within what range?
    A. 200 psi
    B. 100 psi
    C. 400 psi
    B. 100 psi
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Special procedures must be used when filling SCBA cylinders to ensure:
    A. that the percentage of injected helium into the breathing air is within 3% of 11%.
    B. that the air being used to fill the cylinder is not contaminated.
    C. that the cylinder does not become too cold during filling.
    D. that the fill includes a hydrostatic test of the tubing.
    • B. that the air being used to fill the cylinder is not contaminated.
  11. Which of the following is NOT produced by residential or commercial fires?
    A. Nitrogen dioxide
    B. Phosgene
    C. Carbon monoxide
    D. Hydrogen cyanide
    A. Nitrogen dioxide
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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