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1
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A/SAF-219

PPE is divided into the different compartments of the PPE Kit, what PPE is stored in the side, front, and main compartments?

A

Routine PPE is kept in the side and front compartments.
Heavier full body PPE is stored in main compartment.

2
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A/SAF-219

Individual BSI hooded coverall kits contain?

A

Coverall, gloves, red bio waste bag, boot covers, face shield and anti microbial wipes.

3
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A/SAF-219

Individual BSI gown kits contain?

A

Gown, gloves, head cover (bouffant), red bio waste bag, boot covers, face shield, anti microbial wipes.

4
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A/SAF-219

How many BSI hooded coverall kits carried on E, RL, LR, HM, R6 and dive?

A

5

5
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A/SAF-219

How many BSI gown kits carried on E, RL, LR, HM, R6 and dive in PPE bag?

A

5

6
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Number of bio clean up kits in PPE bag?

A

1

7
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How many pairs of nitrile gloves carried on E, RL, LR, HM, R6 and dive in PPE bag?

A

15

8
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How many sandwich size paper bags for N95s carried on E, RL, LR, HM, R6 and dive in PPE bag?

A

15

9
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How many permanent markers and pens carried in PPE bag?

A

1

10
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How many pairs of safety glasses/goggles carried on E, RL, LR, HM, R6 and dive in PPE bag?

A

5

11
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A/SAF-219

How many Scott SCBA APR canister adapters carried on E, RL, LR, HM, R6 and dive in PPE bag?

A

5

12
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A/SAF-219

How many APR canisters carried on E, RL, LR, HM, R6 and dive in PPE bag?

A

5

13
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A/SAF-219

How many large bio waste bag with tie carried in PPE bag?

A

2

14
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A/SAF-219

How many medium bio waste bag with tie carried in PPE bag?

A

2

15
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How many cup style N95 masks carried on E, RL, LR, HM, R6 and dive in PPE bag?

A

10

16
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A/SAF-219

How many flat style N95 masks carried on E, RL, LR, HM, R6 and dive in PPE bag?

A

10

17
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A/SAF-219

How many rigid plastic storage container with lid for N95 masks carried in PPE bag?

A

1

18
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A/SAF-219

How many disinfectant spray bottles carried in PPE bag?

A

1

19
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How many foaming germicidal spray can carried in PPE bag?

A

1

20
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A/SAF-219

How many individual BSI hooded coverall kits carried on BP, Tankers and chiefs car in PPE bag?

A

2

21
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A/SAF-219

How many individual BSI gown kits kits carried on BP, Tankers and chiefs car in PPE bag?

A

2

22
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A/SAF-219

How many pairs of nitrile gloves carried on BP, Tankers and chiefs car in PPE bag?

A

6

23
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A/SAF-219

How many sandwich size paper bags for N95s carried on BP, Tankers and chiefs car in PPE bag?

A

6

24
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A/SAF-219

How many pairs of safety glasses/goggles carried on BP, Tankers and chiefs car in PPE bag?

A

2

25
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A/SAF-219

How many Scott SCBA APR canister adapters carried on BP, Tankers and chiefs car in PPE bag?

A

2

26
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A/SAF-219

How many APR canisters carried on BP, Tankers and chiefs car in PPE bag?

A

2

27
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A/SAF-219

How many cup style N95s carried on BP, Tankers and chiefs car in PPE bag?

A

4

28
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How many flat style N95s carried on BP, Tankers and chiefs car in PPE bag?

A

4

29
Q

A/SAF-219

Each station will have laminated master inventor to aid in maintaining PPE kit inventories. The equivalent of how many surplus PPE supplies will be stored in the EMS closet at station?

A

The equivalent of 3x he combined full PPE kits on all apparatus housed in the station. Un-staffed apparatus like the LR do not add to station surplus inventory.

30
Q

A/SAF 219

Lysol brand IC Quaternary Disinfectant Cleaner Concentrate is effective against a variety of germs but specifically?

A

Bacteria: MRSA, STAPH, and TB.
Fungi: molds, yeast, mushrooms, and toadstools.
Viruses: HIV, HSV 1, Hep B.
Animal viruses: Avian Flu, foot and mouth disease.
COVID.

31
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A/SAF 219

How should you measure Lysol concentrate?

A

It has been proven best to use a syringe to draw out the appropriate amount of Lysol IC.

32
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A/SAF 219

Amount of Lysol IC in water for one quart spray bottle?

A

3ml or 0.0101 oz.

33
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A/SAF 219

Amount of Lysol IC in water for one gallon of solution?

A

14.78ml or 0.5oz.

34
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A/SAF 219

Amount of Lysol IC in water for five gallons of solution?

A

73.93ml or 2.5oz.

35
Q

A/SAF 219

Amount of contact time for general Lysol IC use?

A

10 minutes. Spray 6-8” from surface.

36
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A/SAF 219

Amount of contact time for coronavirus for Lysol IC?

A

Surface must remain wet for 1 minute.

37
Q

A/SAF 219

Amount of contact time for flu type A for Lysol IC?

A

Surface must remain wet for 2 minutes.

38
Q

A/SAF 219

Amount of contact time for hypochlorous acid?

A

10 minutes.

39
Q

A/SAF 219

What is sodium hypochlorite?

A

Bleach.

40
Q

A/SAF 219

How should you measure out sodium hypochlorite (bleach) concentration?

A

It has proven best to use a syringe to draw out the appropriate amount of bleach.

41
Q

A/SAF 219

Amount of contact time for sodium hypochlorite (bleach)?

A

10 minutes.

42
Q

A/SAF 219

Amount of bleach concentrate in water for one quart spray bottle?

A

1mL or 0.033oz.

43
Q

A/SAF 219

Amount of bleach concentrate in water for one gallon of solution?

A

3.78ml or 0.127oz.

44
Q

A/SAF 219

Amount of bleach concentrate in water for five gallons of solution?

A

18.9m or 0.64oz.

45
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A/SAF-219

OSHA states that an EPA registered disinfectant or diluted bleach solutions in what concentrations are acceptable for clean up of a contaminated surface or item?

A

5.25% household bleach
1:10 1 cup bleach to 9 cups water
1:64 or one quarter cup bleach in gallon of water.

46
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A/SAF-219

What form is completed for a communicable disease risk exposure?

A

OSDH form 207

47
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A/SAF-219

Who completes items 1-13 on OSDH form 207?

A

Employee exposed to communicable disease.

48
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What is item 11 on OSDH form 207?

A

Description of exposure. Be as descriptive as possible and attach additional sheets to form if needed. Include area of body exposed, to what extent and how long exposed.

49
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A/SAF-219

Who completes items 14-19 on OSDH form 207?

A

EMS chief or designee.

50
Q

A/SAF-219

Who completes items 20, 2 and 22 on OSDH form 207?

A

Hospital personnel.

51
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A/SAF-219

Where do the copies of OSDH form 207 go?

A

Green copy stays wit treating facility. Yellow copy will be sent with other required paperwork to fire admin and not be scanned in to email to OKC risk management.

52
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A/SAF-219

All employee exposure and medial records shall be maintained in accordance with?

A

OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.20
Kept and maintained at the City Clinic for 30 years.

53
Q

A/SAF-220

OSHA 29.910.106?

A

Flammable and combustible liquids

54
Q

A/SAF-220

OSHA 29.910.107?

A

Spray finishing using flammable and combustible materials

55
Q

A/SAF-220

OSHA 29.910.100?

A

Explosives and blasting agents

56
Q

A/SAF-221

OSHA 29.910.134?

A

Respiratory protection standard

57
Q

A/SAF-221

OSHA 29.910.139?

A

Respiratory protection for M. Tuberculosis

58
Q

A/SAF-221

Respirators protect the user in what 2 basic ways?

A
  1. Removal of contaminants from the air.
  2. Supplying clear respirator air from another source.
59
Q

A/SAF-221

How do particulate respirators protect the user?

A

Filtering out airborne particles.

60
Q

A/SAF-221

How do “gas mask” style respirators protect the user?

A

Filtering out chemicals and gases.

61
Q

A/SAF-221

How do airline respirators protect the user?

A

By using compressed air from a remote source.

62
Q

A/SAF-221

How do self contained respirators protect the user?

A

By including their own air supply.

63
Q

A/SAF-221

What NIOSH federal regulations recommends respiratory use?

A

42 CFR Part 84.

64
Q

A/SAF-221

The OKCFD Air Source C.A.R.T. System provides an uninterrupted supply of breathing air for ___ air supplied respirators or air driven tools.

A

Three.

65
Q

A/SAF-221

How does the OKCFD Air Source C.A.R.T. System provide continuous air supply?

A

By rotating fully charged cylinders.

66
Q

A/SAF-221

How long are the OKCFD Air Source C.A.R.T. System umbilical airlines?

A

Limited to 300 feet.

67
Q

A/SAF-221

The 3m Scott Air-Park X3 Pro SCBA meets which NFPA standard?

A

NFPA 1981/1982 2018 edition.

68
Q

A/SAF-221

What delivers enhanced visibility of the SCBA when operating in low light conditions?

A

3M Scotchlite Reflective material.

69
Q

A/SAF-221

How many times will the red light on the far left of the HUD flash when the VIBRALERT is actuated?

A

Rapidly 10 times per second.

70
Q

A/SAF-221

The HUD on the Scott X3 Pro Air-Pak consists of how many rectangular lights to represent cylinder pressure?

A
  1. Full, 3/4, 1/2, and 1/3.
71
Q

A/SAF-221

What does the fifth round red light indicate on the Scott X3 Pro Air-Pak?

A

Low battery.

72
Q

A/SAF-221

When the SCBA begins the HUD will utilize and illuminate ___ lights for how long?

A

All five lights for 20 seconds.

73
Q

A/SAF-221

What is shown on the HUD for a full cylinder?

A

Two green lights glowing near the center of the display.

74
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What is shown on the HUD for a 3/4 full cylinder?

A

Single green light glowing.

75
Q

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What is shown on the HUD for a 1/2 full cylinder?

A

Single yellow light flashing slowly.

76
Q

A/SAF-221

What is shown on the HUD for a 1/3 full cylinder?

A

End of service time indicator with the red light at the far left of the HUD flashing rapidly at 10 times per second.

77
Q

A/SAF-221

What is shown on the HUD when the PAK-ALERT distress alarm goes into Pre-Alarm?

A

The lights will flash in an alternating pattern in addition to the lights showing the current cylinder level.

78
Q

A/SAF-221

What is shown on the HUD when the batteries require changing?

A

The low battery indicator at the right of the HUD will light for 20 seconds and then begin to flash slowly.

79
Q

A/SAF-221

How long can the batteries power the HUD after the low battery indicator is actuated?

A

The batteries have sufficient life to operate the HUD longer than the longest station of the cylinder installed on the SCBA.

80
Q

A/SAF-221

All Air Purifying REspirators (APR) used against airborne pathogens will be NIOSH approved and protect against particles of what size and efficiency?

A

1 micrometer in size in the unloaded state with 95% or greater filter efficiency.

81
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A/SAF-221

Do not use APRs in what situations?

A

Protection against oil aerosols, gases, vapors or asbestos.

Atmospheres containing less that’s 19.5% oxygen.

When concentrations of contaminants exceed 10x the permissible exposure limit.

82
Q

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When will fit testing for approved masks be performed?

A

Any time there is a 10% weight gain or loss, injury, facial scarring, change in facial or dental structure or fails a fit check.

83
Q

A/SAF-221

What percentage of TB infectious people develop TB disease in their lifetime?

A

5-10%

84
Q

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What should you use if soap and water are unavailable to clean your hands?

A

Hand sanitizer that is at least 60% alcohol.

85
Q

A/SAF-221

All incidents requiring interior attack or operations in IDLH conditions the IC will maintain compliance with the 2-in 2-out requirements of which respiratory standard?

A

OSHA 1910.134

86
Q

A/SAF-221

Personnel not assigned to Fire Suppression should check their SCBA how often?

A

Every Friday and complete the monthly inspection form on Vector Solutions.

87
Q

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How often should hydrostatic testing occur?

A

Every 5 years from the manufacture date located on the cylinder.

88
Q

A/SAF-221

Where can the repair form for SCBAs be found?

A

FD WEB FORMS.

89
Q

A/SAF-222

Cancer types responsible for higher risk of dying for FFs are?

A

Respiratory: lung, mesothelioma.

GI: oral cavity, esophageal, large intestine.

Kidney.

90
Q

A/SAF-222

Contamination definition?

A

Contamination occurs when a foreign substance gets on, or in clothing, equipment or body (absorption, ingestion, inhalation or direct skin contact). And implies these substances should be avoided because of their potential negative health effects.

91
Q

A/SAF-222

Any SCBA Park taken to the air shop will be ___ before it is dropped off for service.

A

Decontaminated.

92
Q

A/SAF-222

When will Apparatus Operator ensure the inside of the apparatus is cleaned?

A

At the beginning of each shift, before going to the Fire Logistics Center (FLC) for service, prior to station tours, apparatus demonstrations and anytime the apparatus may have been contaminated after an emergency response.

93
Q

A/SAF-222

Establishing a Clean Cab Concept for the apparatus will reduce the potential of?

A

Secondary exposures.

94
Q

A/SAF-222

When should all surfaces within the cab of the apparatus be cleaned?

A

At the beginning of a shift.
After every incident and/or event where the apparatus encountered smoke or other contaminants.
As necessary.

95
Q

A/SAF-222 air monitoring using the Multi Gas (5 gas) Air Monitor will be used to monitor?

A

Carbon monoxide.
Hydrogen cyanide.
Hydrogen sulfide.
Oxygen.
LEL.

96
Q

A/SAF-222

What is the permissible limit (PEL) recommendation for carbon monoxide (CO)?

A

> 35ppm

97
Q

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What is the permissible limit (PEL) recommendation for hydrogen cyanide (HCN)?

A

> 4.7ppm

98
Q

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What is the permissible limit (PEL) recommendation for hydrogen sulfide (H2S)?

A

> 10pm in 10 minutes.

99
Q

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What is the permissible limit (PEL) recommendation for oxygen (O2)?

A

<20.9%

100
Q

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What is the permissible limit (PEL) recommendation for LEL?

A

10% of LEL

101
Q

A/SAF-222

What is the preferred and most effective method of Fire Scene Decon after a smoke exposure?

A

Wet Decon.

102
Q

A/SAF-222

When is Dry Decon an acceptable option?

A

When the IC and/or ISO determine the outside temperature is deemed to be too cold for Wet Decon.

103
Q

A/SAF-222

What types of wipes and towelettes should not be used to wipe off skin for Decon?

A

Those containing alcohol (ethanol, ethyl, isopropyl) and benzalkonium.