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1. the ic must evaluate the __ __ __ before an effective safe action plan can begin

critical incident factors


2. the initial size up must id the __ __ and __ of the incident problem

what where and when


3. the size up of the critical incident factors is the basis for choosing the proper strategy formulating the IAP and concludes with a quick, simple __/__ __ response

go/no go


4. to conduct a rapid systematic accurate size the ic uses a combination of what four basic tools

previous experience, visual, reported reconnaissance, pre-incident planning


5. having seen actual conditions developed an action plan tomeet those conditions and then reviewing the outcome of how that action worked is a practical way to evaluate where the incident is now and how to anticipate where it is headed is what

previous experience


6. the ic decide on the strategy for the incident based upon his initial observations of conditions is what tool



7. information not directly available visually to the ic from the fast attack or command post position is acquired by the ic assigning personnel to standard geographic and functional assignments covering the incident site is what tool



8. the ics strategic role within the overall accountability system involves maintaining an awareness of

who is where, doing what, working for who, and how long they have worked


9. resource status, resource assignment, personnel inventory, benchmarking of completion times of standard functions, a time scale should be included on every __ __

tactical worksheet


10. standard __ __ __ are a list of the basic items that the ic must consider when evaluating tactical situations

critical incident factors


11. what are the critical incident factors.

building, fire, occupancy, life hazard, arrangement, resources, actions, special circumstances


12. once the critical factors have been identified the ic can address the hazards in the __



13. certain types of info have a greater effect on incident outcomes, especially as they pertain to ff safety and survival. these significant pieces of info are best described as

red flags


14. fire that does not react to standard attack actions, 1 way in 1 way out access situations, large open spaces, unsupported roof/floor areas with no upright columns, poor or no vent are examples of, reports that do not match what the ic is seeing

red flags


15. eval of critical factors, applying risk management plan., select the correct strategy, develop a iap, translate the plant into tasks, assign companies to complete tasks, is part of the

incident evaluation system


16. good info emerges out of consistently starting ops with a standard evaluation system to determine the __ __ __ present

critical incident factors


17. the ic must gather info using a combination of __, __, and __ ifno to stay current throughout the incident

visual, preplans, and reoprted/recon


18. effective __ __ requires accurate information about present conditions and pessimistic forecasting about future conditions

risk managment


19. a regular part of a standard outcome is that crews are __ __

not injured

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