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10-1

call your qtrs. by telephone

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10-2

RETURN TO QTRS.

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10-3

CALL THE DISPATCHER BY PHONE

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10-4

ACKKNOWLEDGMENT

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10-5

REPEAT MESSAGE

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10-6

STAND BY

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10-7

VERIFY ADDRESS

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**10-8**

In Service by radio / AVAILABLE ON AIR
Code 1 - Used only by Division or Battalion
**Code 2 - Used by any unit to indicate it is on the air outside its response area. When the Unit returns to its response area, the dispacher must be notified again using 10-8

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10-9

OFF THE AIR

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10-10

CURRENT LOCATION

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10-11

GIVE A RADIO TEST COUNT

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10-12

1ST ARRIVING UNIT GIVE PRELIMINARY REPORT

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10-14

ROSTER STAFFED ENGINE

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10-18

RETURN ALL UNITS EXCEPT 1 ENGINE & 1 LADDER

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10-19

RETURN ALL UNITS EXCEPT 1 ENGINE OR 1 LADDER

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10-20

PROCEED TO BOX LOCATION AT REDUCED SPEED

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10-21

BRUSH FIRE

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10-22

OUTSIDE RUBBISH

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**10-23**

ABANDONED DERELICT VEHICLE FIRE
A fire that has no value other than salvage and no owner can be located

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**10-24**

AUTO FIRE
A fire in a vehicle with PLATES or in any vehicle having a greater value than that of salvage

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**10-25**

MANHOLE OR TRANSFORMER FIRE OR EMERGENCY(WITHOUT CODE: SITUATION OTHER THAN DESCRIBED IN CODES 1,2,3,4
CODE 1: FIRE HAS EXTENDED INTO A BLDG.
**2 locations**
CODE 2: FIRE HAS BLOWN COVERS,OR SMOKE UNDER PRESSURE.
CODE 3: SMOKE IS SEEPING FROM A MANHOLE
CODE 4: FIRE OR SMOKE TRANSFORMER
**1 location**

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10-26

FOOD ON STOVE

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**10-27**

COMPACTOR OR INCINERATOR FIRE ( no extension out of shaft)

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**10-28**

SUBWAY OR RAILROAD SYSTEM-FIRE, EMERGENCY ( non medical) OR SMOKE CONDITION.
CODE 1: structural fire
CODE 2: non- structural fire
CODE 3: emergency ( non medical)

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**10-31**
**TQ**

ASSIST CIVILIAN
*TQ* All calls for assistance other than medical assignments, including a unit assigned to protect ems by diverting or blocking traffic at a highway incident, good intention calls, calls handled by other agencies, any type of investigation, searches and complaints, elevator emergencies, and lockouts

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10-32

DEFECTIVE OL BURNER ( no extension from firebox)

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10-33

ODOR CONDITION
CODE 1: odor of smoke
CODE 2: any other type of odor

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**10-34**

SPRINKLER SYSTEM EMERGENCY
CODE 1: defective sprinkler ( defective alarm valve, broken pipe etc.)
CODE 2: unwarranted sprinkler alarm- not defect ( surge in pressure, work on system)
CODE 3: sprinkler has been activated by heat source not associated w/ an accidental fire.
D-defective
U-unwarranted
H-heat source

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**10-35**
**TQ**
UNWARRANTED OR UNNECESSARY ALARM SYSTEM ACTIVATION

NO CODE: unwarranted alarm. alarm system activation caused by the defective condition low battery, no known cause no condition found requiring an emergency response

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10-35 codes

CODE 1: unnecessary alarm caused by alarm system testing or servicing
CODE 2: unnecessary alarm caused by construction activities
CODE 3: unnecessary alarm caused by ordinary household activities. ( toast, steam, aerosol spray)
CODE 4: unnecessary alarm caused by other known cause. ( cigarette smoking)
**No idea=NO Code
When this code is used a NYFIRS report must be completed

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**10-36**

vehicle accident or emergency
CODE 1: car accident or emergency requiring wash-down
CODE 2: car accident no injuries no wash-down
CODE 3: car accident w/ injuries
CODE 4: requires extrication
W-washdown
A-accident
I-injury
T-exTrication

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**10-37**

MEDICAL ASSIGNMENT NOT ASSOCIATED WITH FIRE OPS
CODE 1: victim deceased
CODE 2: victim/patient NOT breathing w/ resuscitation or may be suffering a serious apparently life threatening cause
CODE 3: victim/patient IS breathing & suffering from a non-serious apparently not life threatening injury or illness
CODE 4: medical assignment where the unit is 10-84, has no pt. contact & EMS is on scene
**note**SIGNAL 10-45 with appropriate sub code shall be transmitted in lieu of 10-37 for thermal burn injuries which occur as direct result of heat and flame
The officer transmitting 10-45 for this type of burn injury shall request the response of BC to scene
Where doubt exists as to which signal to transmit, a BC shall be requested to scene

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**10-38**

CARBON MONOXIDE RESPONSE
CODE 1: detector activation: CO investigation ( low battery, defective detector, unwarranted alarm, etc.)
CODE 2: detector activation: CO incident ( CO meter reading 1-9 PPM)
CODE 3: detector activation: CO emergency ( CO reading greater than 9 PPM.)
CODE 4: no detector activation: CO incident or emergency ( specify) e.g. no detector present in affected area, detector present in area but didnt activate.
**IF PEOPLE HAVE SYMPTOMS ITS AN EMERGENCY**

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10-39

FD STANDING BY

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**10-40 **

UTILITY EMERGENCY
CODE 1: gas emergency
CODE 2: electrical emergency
CODE 3: water condition
CODE 4: steam leak

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**10-41**

FIRE MARSHALL INVESTIGATION REQUIRED (SPECIFY CODE)
CODE 1: occupied structure or vehicle
CODE 2: unoccupied structure
CODE 3: unoccupied vehicle
CODE 4: vacant structure or structures NOT intended for dwelling purposes.( e.g. vacant bldg's., bldgs under construction/demolition, detached garages, sheds
**garage is either 1 or 4, car is either 1 or 3

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10-44

REQUEST FOR AMBULANCE

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**10-45**

CIVILIAN DOA OR SERIOUS INJURY ( fire related only)
CODE 1: deceased- black tag
CODE 2: life threatening injury- red/orange tag
CODE 3: non-life threat injury- yellow tag
CODE 4: non-serious inj/ ambulatory- green tag
**at the scene of operations including vehicle fires the signal 10-45 shall be transmitted upon the discovery of any fatality or injured civilians as a result of the fire operation. The IC shall ahve this information transmitted over the Dept radio ASAP
**EMS COLOR TAG**
Black-code 1
Red/Orange-code 2
Yellow-code 3
Green-code 4

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10-47

POLICE RESPONSE

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10-48

POLICE RESPONSE FOR HARASSMENT

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10-51

SUSPENSION OF OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES

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10-60

MAJOR EMERGENCY RESPONSE
NO CODE: major emergency incident w/ the potential for multiple casualties e.g. collapse of a P.D. , derailment of a subway car
CODE 1: enhanced tech rescue resources required
CODE 2: enhanced tech rescue resources required LARGE SCALE

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**10-66**

MISSING, LOST, TRAPPED, OR SERIOUSLY INJURED MEMBER & ADDTL. RESOURCES ARE REQUIRED
1 additional Rescue Co
1 additional Squad Co
1 additional FAST unit
1 additional CFR Engine (additional if one was already assigned ie 10-76, 10-77
Public Information Officer if not previously assigned
These 5 plus chiefs report to ICP everyone else staging

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**10-70**

WATER SUPPLY IS REQUIRED
**a notification that the 1st due enging does not have a positive water source will be an Urgent message from the unit transmitting the signal
**it will also be an URGENT HT transmission to all units on scene
**examples of situations that would require 10-70
1 dead or frozen hydrant
2 unable to access hydrant
3 unable to hook up to hydrant
4 Insufficient hydrant pressure
5 no water/insufficient pressure at stand pipe
**2nd ariving engine will be designated water resource unit and will do so by:
1 inline pumping
2 water relat
3 or check standpipe for open alves, broken pipe, check valves etc

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**10-75**

NOTIFICATION OF A FIRE OR EMERGENCY
**the officer transmitting the 10-75 shall also state if it is for fire or emergency and if a building is involved state:
1 location of fire
2 Height of bldg
3 Type of bldg

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**10-76**

NOTIFICATION OF A **FIRE** IN A HIGH RISE BLDG. ( ALL BLDGS. 75' OR ABOVE)

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**10-77**

NOTIFICATION OF A **FIRE** IN A HIGH RISE M.D. ( ALL BLDGS 75' OR ABOVE)

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**10-80**

HAZARDOUS MATERIAL INCIDENT

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**10-80 NO CODE**

Incident can be controlled by on scene units and reqires no addl resources

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What are the guidelines for transmitting 10-80 NO CODE?

S - release of Small quantity
I - the material and its hazards have been Identified
P - firefighters Ppe provides adequate protection
S - Specializes training and equipment are not needed

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**10-80 CODE 1**

An incident that requires additional resources not carried by regular field units to mitigate a spill or release that reqires specialized training, knowledge, equipment, or PPE

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T/F Transmission of a 10-80 Code 1 does not involve contamination of civilans or responders

True

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**10-80 CODE 2**

An incident that involves a spill or release with 4 or less contaminated civilians or responders and requires HAZMAT resources for possible rescue, mitigation, and decon

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**10-80 CODE 3**

A MASS DECON incident where 5 or more civilians and responders are contaminated and add'l dept resources are needed above the CODE 2 level

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**10-80 CODE 4**

A MASS DECON response requiring MASS DECON TASK FORCES (MDTF) to decontaminate a large number of victims as quickly as possible

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How many add'l MASS DECON TASK FORCE (MDTF) units at an incident with a large volume of contaminated victims

1 MDTF for every 250 contaminated victims

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**10-84**

FIRST UNIT TO ARRIVE

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Eng 321 is responding to report of a car fire on Gerritson Ave. Upon arrival at Gerritson Ave, there are no signs of a car fire. When should the E321 officer hit the 10-84 button on his MPT?

10-84 transmitted immediately upon arrival at the reported location and the dispatcher shall be notified that investigation is taking place

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L169 is responding to an auto accident reported on the Belt pkwy and Knapp st. While responding the members see an accident involving 2 cars on the Belt pkwy and Coney Island Ave. In this instance what shoulf the officer of L169 do?

Hit 10-84 on the MPT upon arrival at the accident and notify dispatch so that units responding may be aware that the incident is at this location

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**10-86**

FLUOROPROTEIN FOAM OPERATION

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**10-87**

HIGH EXPANSION FOAM OPERATION

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10-85

FIRE MARSHALL REQUIRES EMERGENCY POLICE ASSISTANCE

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**10-91**

MEDICAL EMERGENCY EMS-FIRE UNITS NOT REQUIRED

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For what reasons would a 10-91 be given by dispatcher?

1 EMS on scene
2 EMS downgrades the job to a segment that does not require a fire unit response
**medical emergency incidents only

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10-92

MALICIOUS FALSE ALARM

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10-99

UNIT WILL BE OPERATING FOR AT LEAST 30 MINUTES
unit will state the reason it will be unavailable

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When should a unit prioritize their message by giving an URGENT message to dispatch?

1 second or greater alarms
2 **calls for additional units, ambulances, special units, or 10-75
3 Dispatchersorders to units away from quaters to respond to alarms
4 Deployment of Units or important messages to units at fire or emergency operations
5 **report of apparatus breakdown while unit is responding to alarm
6 transmission of alarms and broadcast address of fire
7 **Report that unit has stopped to extinguish fire while responding to another alarm
8 **signal 10-70

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At what times should the officer notify Borough dispacher when relocating to another Unit?

1 when in the response district of the unit they are covering
2 when returning to their own quaters
3 when back in their own response district

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When would the officer be correct in not giving a preliminary report at a box?

when special called to and automobile, grass, rubbish, or similar outside fire

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