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What is the vision statement for OKCFD?

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Building a premiere fire department through risk reduction, innovative emergency response and inclusiveness that exceeds community expectations.

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What is the mission statement of OKCFD?

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Respond quickly, safely, courteously, “Meet the Need”

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What is the OKCFD value statement?

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We are dedicated to service
Forged by integrity and professionalism
Commuted to excellence

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How many uniformed personnel for OKCFD?

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999

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How many civilian personnel for OKCFD?

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35

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How many total personnel for OKCFD?

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1034

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How many personnel for administration?

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14 total
8 uniform
6 civilian

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How many personnel for operations administration?

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13 total
11 uniform
2 civilian

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How many personnel for prevention?

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45 total
40 uniform
5 civilian

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How many personnel for support services?

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47 total
25 uniform
22 civilian

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How many personnel for EMS?

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6 uniform

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How many personnel for suppression?

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909 uniform

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Fire administration is under the direction of?

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The Fire Chief

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What three areas make up fire administration?

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Admin services
Public relations and marketing (PRM)
Safety

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Administrative services is under the direction of?

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The business manager.

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PRM is headed by a?

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District officer.

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Who is i charge of safety division?

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Safety chief.

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Support services is under the direction of?

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Deputy chief of support.

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Support services consists of?

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Facilities maintenance
Fire maintenance/logistics center
Fire dispatch
Fire information technology (FIT)
Human Resources

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Facilities maintenance is under the direction of?

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Facilities manager.

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How many facilities is OKCFD responsible for?

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37 fire stations and 9 OKCFD worksites.

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Fire maintenance/logistics center is under the direction of?

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A fire logistics supervisor.

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Fire information technology is under the direction of?

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A system support specialist IV (SSSIV).

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Fire prevention services is under the direction of?

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Deputy chief of prevention/fire marshal

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Fire prevention services is composed of?

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Public education
Fire investigation
Fire code compliance

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Where is Fire prevention services located?

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2300 General Pershing Blvd

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Fire code compliance is headed by?

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Assistant fire marshal of code compliance

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Fire investigation is headed by?

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Assistant fire marshal of fire investigation

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Public education is headed by?

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Assistant fire marshal of public education

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Operational services is under the direction of?

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Deputy chief of operations

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Operational services is composed of?

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Fire suppression
Special operations
Emergency medical services
Fire training
Emergency management

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OKCFD services a population of ?

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More than 650,000 over an area of 621 square miles.

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EMS is under the direction of?

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EMS chief

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EMS is located at?

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850 N Portland

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Fire training is under the direction of?

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Fire training coordinator

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Fire training is located at?

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850 N Portland

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Special operations is under the supervision of?

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Special operations officer

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Special operations is located at?

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1939 Exchange Avenue

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Emergency management is managed by?

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Emergency management liaison

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Emergency management is located at?

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Multi agency communications center (MACC) at 4600 N Martin Luther King

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Command of each incident will be established according to?

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ICS and NIMS procedures.

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If staffing falls below a minimum the deputy chief of operations will use a number of options to maintain what?

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Fire company availability

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Initial apparatus response to a residential fire alarm?

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4 engine companies, 1 ladder, 1CSL and 2 command vehicles.
Number of FFs for initial response will range from 24-30.

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Initial apparatus response to a commercial fire alarm?

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4 engines, 2 ladder company, heavy rescue company, Air 1, 1 CSL, and 2 command vehicles.
Number of FFs on initial response will range from 28-34.

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2nd alarm response will consist of?

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1 engine company and 1 ladder company.

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3rd alarm response will consist of?

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2 engine companies, 1 ladder company and command age will be sent.

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High rise fire alarm response will consist of?

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10 engine companies, 5 ladder companies, 1 heavy rescue, 1 hazmat, Air 1, 1 CSL, 3 command vehicles, 651 and the command page will be sent.

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Additional alarms above 3rd alarm response will consist of?

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2 engine companies and 1 ladder company.

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Medical calls will receive?

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1 engine or ladder company depending on the nature

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Automatic alarm response will consist of?

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1 engine company and may include 1 ladder company.

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High rise automatic alarm response will consist of?

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2 engine companies, 1 ladder company and 1 command vehicle.

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The dispatch of fire equipment takes an average of?

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30 seconds

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Response times of fire companies will vary depending on incident location with an average of ?

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5 minutes

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The fire department goal is to arrive on scene at any emergency in?

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7 minutes or less 70% of the time

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On a typical fire alarm response the IC will ensure what functions are accomplished as needed?

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Water supply, fire attack, back up lines, ventilation, search/rescue, and salvage/overhaul

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All functions well be base on addressing the incident priorities of?

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Life safety, incident stabilization, property/environment protection and conservation, and safety and accountability of personnel assigned to the incident.

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Through the words of our fellow FFs we have addressed five central themes concerning our lives in the fire service and they include?

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Commitment
Expectations
Environment
Communication
Leadership

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OKCFD is a premier department that has been tempered and strengthened by difficult challenges such as?

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The April 19th, 1995 Alfred P. Murrah Building bomboing and the May 3, 1999 tornado the strongest ever recorded.

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Commitment definition?

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To bind as by promise.

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Committed OKCFD employees do what?

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Raise the bar and set the standard for the fire service.

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We as FFs must commit ourselves to our organization’s?

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Vision and mission statements throughout our careers.

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While modern culture tells us to “just do it” OKCFD FFs show commitment by taking the time to?

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Just do it RIGHT.

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The words ___ and ___ should come to mind anytime someone says “Oklahoma City Firefighter”.

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Committed and dedicated.

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An organization’s pride is a combination of its member’s?

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Appearance, actions and intentions.

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The environment of the OKCFD can be compared to what?

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The weather in Oklahoma, dynamic and always changing.

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Showing respect for all members of OKCFD will minimize understandings and promote?

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Unity, productivity and loyalty.

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After the 1989 tragedy OKCFD implemented the ICS to?

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Control, stabilize and terminate emergency incidents with uniformity and control of personnel.

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effective communication also requires practicing?

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The art of effective listening.

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What is essential to the day to day operations of OKCFD?

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Strong leadership.

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Who came together to write the final version of the Oklahoma City standard aka the philosophy statement of the OKCFD?

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21 people ranging from Corporal to Battalion chief were selected from a list and placed on a committee and assigned to one of the five major themes (commitment, expectations, environment, communication, and leadership)

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What greatly enhances the spirit and effectiveness of the OKCFD?

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Pride in personal and uniform appearance.

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Personal appearance and uniform wear greatly enhance what?

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Esprit-de-corps

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What is the philosophy remains that the uniform will be?

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Plain, distinctive and standardized. The standardization includes a minimum number of authorized badges, insignia and patches.

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Who is responsible for enforcing uniform regulations?

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Immediate supervisors including all station officers, district officers, deputy chiefs and work section supervisors.

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Which uniforms must meet the standards set forth by the NFPA?

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Class B and C uniforms.

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What is recommended to be washed several times prior to use?

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Suspenders on bunker pants.

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Shirts will be tucked in at all times and only the ___ button may be undone.

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Top button.

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Long sleeve shirts can be rolled up no father than?

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Two cuff lengths except when a long sleeve tee shirt is worn underneath.

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Class A uniform shirt colors?

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White for chief officers.

Blue for personnel below rank of district chief.

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Class B uniform shirt colors?

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White for chief officers.

Blue for personnel below rank of district chief.

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Class C uniform shirt colors?

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Blue for all personnel.

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When do you wear a class A uniform?

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Formal uniform for:
Funerals, banquets, memorial services, and for award/presentation ceremonies.

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When do you wear a class B uniform?

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Public uniform for:
Pub Ed, fire prevention booths, recruiting events, promotional academies, FD meetings, ARB, pension board, promotions board, fair, opening night, school presentations, safety talks, career day, dinners, parades, inspections, walk throughs or building surveys.

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When do you wear a class C uniform?

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Daily work uniform for:
Daily activities, going to the store, while on Watch, going to fire training for hands on schools, Local 157 meetings, promotional exams.

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When do you wear class D uniforms?

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Physical fitness and lawn maintenance.

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Where is the name tag worn?

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Centered on flap of right shirt pocket 3/4” down from top edge.

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Where are OKCFD patches worn?

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On both sleeves centered 2” down from shoulder seam.

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What optional patches can be worn in lieu of the OKCFD patch?

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Hazmat, rescue diver, EMT/paramedic, CISM/peer support, and USAR.

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Where is optional patch worn?

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On right sleeve.

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No more than 2 approved pins may be worn at the same time. They may be worn as?

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Tie tack or on uniform shirt right pocket above name tag.

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Which pins are approved pins?

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City of OKC service pin
CISM team pin
Union pin
Govenor’s ribbon
April 19, 1995 service pin

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Where are FF citation award pins to be worn?

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On class A uniform jacket above nametag.

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What is the medal of valor pin?

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Red pin with gold “V”
Highest distinction awarded to an active FF in cases where an individual risked their own life to save another.

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What is the meritorious service pin?

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Blue pin with gold “M”
Demonstrated exceptional achievement in the performance of assigned duties or made significant contribution to enhancing the effectiveness of OKCFD.

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Community service or humanitarian award pin?

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Bronze pin with gold “H”
Demonstrated commitment to community service and the citizens we serve on or off duty.

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Award of commendation pin?

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Silver pin with gold “C”
Demonstrated exceptional achievement and pays homage to the OKCFD mission statement “meet the need”.

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Belt and buckle specs?

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Belt is 1 1/2” black 10 oz leather trouser belt with rectangular buckle. Sergeants and below wear silver buckle.

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Name tag specs?

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1/2” x 2 3/8” with two rows of letters.
Top row is first initial and last name in 3/16” letters.
Bottom row is rank in 1/8” letters.
All letters in black and capital letters.

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FREC and FF collar insignia specs?

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OCFD 1 1/2” wide worn parallel with shirt neckline 1” from front edge and centered between neckline and collar bottom edge.

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Corporal and sergeant collar insignia specs?

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2 or 3 chevrons 3/4” wide worn with the point of the chevron up on a line from the point of the collar with 1/2” from the side of the collar on both sides.

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Lieutenant and captain collar insignia specs?

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1 or 2 bars 3/4” tall with the insignia positioned 1” from front edge and parallel from the front edge on center line of collar.

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Major collar insignia specs?

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Oak leaf 3/4” tall worn with the stem pointed down and 1” from front edge of collar on center line.

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District, battalion chief/shift commander, deputy, Fire Chief collar insignia?

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2, 3, 4 or 5 crossed bugles 3/4” tall worn with bugles pointing down and centered between the point of the collar and neckline.

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FREC, FF and corporal badge model?

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MTM elite badge # TT 5058

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FREC, FF and corporal badge size?

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2 3/8”

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FREC, FF and corporal badge finish?

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High polish silver

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FREC, FF and corporal badge seal?

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Generic FF scramble

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FREC, FF and corporal badge Top and Bottom circle text?

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OKLAHOMA CITY

FIRE DEPT.

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FREC, FF and corporal badge seal colorfill?

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None

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FREC, FF and corporal badge text colorfill?

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Black

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LT, CAP, Major badge model?

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MTM elite badge # TT 5058

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LT, CAP, Major badge size?

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2 3/8”

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LT, CAP, Major badge finish?

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High polish gold

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LT, CAP, Major badge seal?

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Generic FF scramble

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LT, CAP, Major badge Top and Bottom circle text?

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OKLAHOMA CITY

FIRE DEPT.

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LT, CAP, Major badge seal colorfill?

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None

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LT, CAP, Major badge seal text colorfill?

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Black

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District chief, battalion chief, shift commander and deputy chief badge model?

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MTM elite #TT 5059

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District chief, battalion chief, shift commander and deputy chief badge size?

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3 5/8”

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District chief, battalion chief, shift commander and deputy chief badge finish?

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High polish gold

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District chief badge seal?

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2 bugles

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Battalion chief and shift commander badge seal?

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3 bugles

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Deputy Chief badge seal?

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4 bugles

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District chief top ribbon?

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DISTRICT CHIEF

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Battalion chief top ribbon?

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BATTALION CHIEF

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Shift commander top ribbon?

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SHIFT COMMANDER

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Deputy chief top ribbon?

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DEPUTY CHIEF

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District chief and battalion chief badge seal color fill?

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Red

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Shift commander and deputy chief badge seal color fill?

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Blue

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Shift commander and deputy chief badge text color fill?

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Blue

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District chief and battalion chief badge text color fill?

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Black

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Fire Chief badge model?

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MTM elite badge #TT 5059

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Fire Chief badge size?

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3 5/8”

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Fire Chief badge finish?

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High polish gold

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Fire Chief badge seal?

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5 bugles

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Fire Chief badge top ribbon?

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FIRE CHIEF

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Fire Chief badge seal colorfill?

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Blue

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Fire Chief badge text colorfill?

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Blue

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Class A uniform ensemble?

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Class B uniform shirt with appropriate collar insignia, badge and nameplate, can be worn under the class A blazer.

Navy blue polyester or wool blend trouser without pocket flaps, pleats or cuffs.

Navy blue clip on or regular tie, females may wear a navy blue crossover tie.

Navy blue or black socks when visible.

Plain black round toe shoes or boots.

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Class A uniform blazer specs?

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Uniform blazer shall be navy blue, polyester or wool, flying cross brand.

Major and below single breasted Style No. 34800

Chief officers will be the double breasted Style No. 34892

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Class A uniform purchase requirements?

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All personnel hired after July 1, 2019 will be required to purchase updated Class A uniform.
Personnel hired before will have until July 1, 2022 to comply with updated standard.

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Class A uniform name tag location?

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Worn on right side of uniform blazer with top of name tag aligned with top of breast badge in single breasted uniform blazers. Top of name tag on double breasted uniform blazer will be aligned with bottom of breast badge.

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Number of patches on OKCFD Class A uniform blazer?

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One. No patches worn on right sleeve.

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Sleeve braid for FF and corporal on Class A uniform blazer?

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One 1/4” silver

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Sleeve braid for sergenat on Class A uniform blazer?

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Two 1/4” silver

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Sleeve braid for lieutenant on Class A uniform blazer?

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One 1/4” gold

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Sleeve braid for captain on Class A uniform blazer?

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Two 1/4” gold

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Sleeve braid for major on Class A uniform blazer?

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One 1/4” over one 1/2” gold

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Sleeve braid for district chief on Class A uniform blazer?

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Two 1/2” gold

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Sleeve braid for battalion chief on Class A uniform blazer?

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Three 1/2”

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Sleeve braid for shift commander on Class A uniform blazer?

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Three 1/2” and one 1/4” gold

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Sleeve braid for deputy chief on Class A uniform blazer?

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Four 1/2” gold

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Sleeve braid for Fire Chief on Class A uniform blazer?

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Five 1/2” gold

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Service Maltese Cross on Class A uniform blazer?

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One 3/4” Maltese Cross for each five years of service with OKCFD. Worn on left sleeve above the top sleeve braid and be the same color as the sleeve braid.

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Collar insignias worn with Class A uniform blazer?

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For district chief and above.

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Buttons on Class A uniform blazer?

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Silver or gold depending on rank and will have the letters “FD” in the center.

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Class A formal uniform hat for majors and below?

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Navy blue Fire Bell Crown Cap Style No. 07NS4C0
FF, corporal and sergeant will have silver band and cap badge. Lieutenant and above will have gold band and gold cap badge.

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Class A formal uniform hat for district cheif and above?

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Ordered through fire administration to ensure consistency. Specs on file at fire admin.

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Polo and wicking polo shirt specs?

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Navy blue or white polo shirt. Can be worn with optional class C shorts.
Approved styles:
Blauer Performance Polo Style #8139 and #8134

Flying Cross Vertx Shirt, Cold Black Technology Style #VTX4000NV or VTX4000 WH

5.11 Performance Polo Style #71049

Corner Stone Polo Style 100% Polyester

Workrite Midnight Navy

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Class B and C uniform trouser specs?

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Navy blue 100% nomex trousers withou pocket flaps, pleats or cuffs:

Lions, 100% Nomex #2106

Flying Cross 100% Nomex

Workrite 100% Nomex
Full cut 7 1/2 oz Nomex 3A #402-NMX75NB
Regluar Cut #400NMX75NB

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Class B and C uniform EMS trouser specs?

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Approved styles are:
Navy Blue Lions Nomex “attack pant”
#WDO135SR-10

Blauer Nomex Pant Style #8210N EMS Pant

Flying Cross Nomex Stule #V98300 EMS Pant

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Fire Marshal windbreaker specs?

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Navy blue 100% nylon shell with optional 100% cotton lining.
Right breast embroidered with first initial and last name above rank. Below ran should be the designation “inspector” or “investigator”.
Left breast embroidered with 3” gold badge with FIRE and MARSHAL above and below badge.
The words “FIRE MARSHAL” will be embroidered on the back in gold with the word “MARSHAL” being 8 1/2” across and 1 1/2” in height.

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Work shirt specs?

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Right breast embroidered with first initial and last name. Left breast embroidered with OKCFD logo.
Allowable brands:
Game #810 Navy Firefighter’s Workshirt
5.11 #72321 Navy Job Shirt
5.11 #72314 Navy Job Shirt
Blauer #4630X Job Shirt

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Work sweater specs?

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Dark Navy Blauer 1/4 Zip Style #228
OKCFD approved patches worn both sleeves 2” down from seam and centered.
Badge holder over left breast.
Name plate holder over right breast centered with badge holder.
Sweater can be worn as Class B option.

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Rain gear specs?

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Blauer Style No. 26990
GORE-TEX Material
2” SCOTCHLITE Reflective trim on hi-vs side around chest and cuffs

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Ball cap specs?

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Ball cap will be navy blue cap with red bill. Front of ball cap will say “OKLA CITY FIRE”. Wording on back of cap can be either FIRE-RESCUE or individual fire company identification in red or white print.

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FD work boots/shoes specs?

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Round toe and all black in color. Athletic shoes not permitted with trousers.

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Class C T-shirt specs?

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DFND Brand Tech T-4 in either traditional or raglan cut is the only approved shirt for OKCFD. Can be worn as undershirt under Class B shirts.

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Shirts with station logo policy?

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Worn as an option with approval from Fire Chief. If transferred the shirt may be worn for 90 days.

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Class C shorts policy?

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No long sleeves or stocking caps will be worn with Class C shorts. Navy blue 65/35 blend with cargo pockets. Allowable brands:
Blauer street gear style #8840X
Flying cross style #47330
5.11 Tactical series style #73308-724

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Class D uniform policy?

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Don bunker pants or dual certified pants over gym shorts or sweat pants on ALL emergency calls.

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Sweatshirt policy?

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Navy blue 80% cotton with appropriate embroidery and logo. Class D sweatshirts may be worn under structural PPE on incidents when temperature is below 32F.

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Sweat pants policy?

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Navy blue in color. 80% cotton. Open or elastic leg with or without pockets. Logo embroidered on left.

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Workout/wicking shirts and shorts policy?

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Navy blue in color. OKCFD logo can be all white. No fire station or name/rank identification is required. Tank top, sleeveless and v-neck styles not allowed. a Class B or C uniform shirt will be readily available on the apparatus in the event of an emergency response.

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ATMR (All Terrain Medical Response) member uniform specs for special events?

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Shirts: Red moisture wicking polo 50% polyester/50% cotton. Right breast first initial last name above rank. Left breast with OKCFD logo. Back will be silk screened “OKLAHOMA CITY RESCUE” in the same manner as uniform T-shirts.
Shorts: Olympic hollywood uniform shorts OHS147. Police blue in color or Class C uniform shorts.

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Hair, jewelry, clothing, cosmetics or any other appearance item shall not interfere with proper fit of?

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PPE for head, eyes, face, body, hands, feet and respiratory system.

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Members in uniform may wear a wristwatch and a?

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Medical bracelet.

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The bulk of the hair will not interfere with the wearing of?

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SCBA, head gear or other PPE.

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Hair will not be worn in an extreme or fad style such as?

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Corn rows, pigtails, carve cut, dog ears, mohawk or duck tails.

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Hair length policy for females and males?

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Females not longer than 6 inches below bottom of Class B collar in the rear.

Males hair shall not extend below the Class B uniform collar.

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Hair will not extend greater than ___ inches outward or upward?

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3 inchest.

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Sideburn policy?

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Sideburns kept neatly styled and not extend below earlobe.

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Facial hair policy?

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Members will be clean shaven. Mustaches will not extend more than 1/2” below corners of mouth or extend sideways in a manner to appear unprofessional.

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Cosmetics policy?

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In good taste as determined by employee’s supervisor. Lipstick must be conservative and complement the uniform.