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1
Q

Perhaps the biggest issue and frustration facing the ISO is the prioritization of necessary blank and blank.

A

Physical and mental functions

2
Q

The ISO must be blank to the needs of the IC as well as blank in the prevention of injuries to firefighters.

A

Reactive

Proactive

3
Q

The two most common approach is to ISO duties include the use of blank and the use of blank.

A

Checklists

Action models

4
Q

To be effective, checklists and action bottles must have certain qualities that make them usable:

A

Flexibility, adaptability, cyclicity, productivity, and reactiveness

5
Q

Most ISO tasks are blank in nature.

A

Cyclic

6
Q

Blank is a template that outlines a mental or physical process that considers inputs that lead to an output or outcomes.

A

Action model

7
Q

The biggest advantage of action models is that they furnish a template in which to process multiple inputs and a blank, blank, and blank way.

A

Logical, cyclic, and meaningful

8
Q

Process to handle incidents, a process having a defined starting point and desired ending point (goal accomplishment)

A

Linear thinking process

9
Q

The icy needs to think in a blank fashion, establishing a path and working toward a positive conclusion.

A

Linear fashion

10
Q

________ is depicted as a cyclic, four-arena model that allows the ISO to mentally process the surveying and analysis of typical answer activities and concerns.

A

Dodson/Vacra ISO action model

DVISO

11
Q

The DVISO action model components requiring evaluation and attention can be thought of as the?

A

Four R’s

12
Q

Hazard MEDIC

A
Monitor
Evaluate
Develop
Intervene
Communicate
13
Q

As an action model the monitoring portion of MEDIC is an __. The evaluation becomes an ____, and developing, intervening, and communicating become ___, or____.

A

Input
Analysis
Actions or outputs

14
Q

Ongoing surveys that are an exploratory examination of the incident scene conditions and activities.

A

Reconnaissance or recon

15
Q

The ____ component (MEDIC) is perhaps the most important, and difficult, one to execute

A

Evaluation

16
Q

Judgements are fifteen ____, and others may not perceive things the same way you do.

A

Perceptive

17
Q

The _____ portion of the MEDIC is crucial and will become the springboard for developing preventive measures (proactive needs) and interventions (reactive needs)

A

Evaluation

18
Q

Those spontaneous and reactive triggers you use to directly address evaluated hazards.

A

Interventions

Pg 166

19
Q

Are proactive actions you implement for forecasted hazards.

A

Preventive measures.

20
Q

____ are those deliberate, spontaneous, and reactive triggers you use to directly address a hazard that you’ve evaluated.

A

Interventions

21
Q

Imminent threats require a _____ intervention- a _______- to stop, alter, suspend, or withdraw responded to prevent almost certain harm.

A

Firm

Direct order

22
Q

The ic must be notified (via radio) of any _____ interventions.

A

Firm interventions

23
Q

Blank interventions are used for hazards presenting potential harm or damage and or typically communicated through blank methods during the course of the incident.

A

Soft

Face to face

24
Q

Interventions require Blank to deliver urgent and advisory messages.

A

Communication

25
Q

The act of communicating includes the ability to blank.

A

Listen

26
Q

Steps to help the ISO get dialed in:

A
  1. Confirm ISO assignment
  2. Collect info
  3. Confirm communication links
  4. Don appropriate PPE/ position ID
27
Q

Where no IC direction is given, the ISO should start the blank if no imminent threat needs an intervention.

A

MEDIC action model

28
Q

Focus areas that are common to all incidents:

A

Risk-taking level, personnel safety systems, and control zones

29
Q

The ISO must confirm with the IC the ______ that is at play for a given incident.

A

Risk taking level

30
Q

Low(risk-taking level):

A

No risk to the safety of members shall be acceptable when there is no possibility to save lives or property

31
Q

Activities that are routinely employed to protect property shall be recognized as inherent risks to the safety of members, and action shall be taken to reduce or avoid those risks. (Minimize risk for savable property)

A

Medium (risk-taking level)

32
Q

Activity that present a significant risk to the safety of members shall be limited to situations in which there is a potential to save endangered lives (risk a lot to save people)

A

High (risk-taking level)

33
Q

The blank gives the ISO a foundation from which to monitor and evaluate the conditions and activities taking place.

A

Declared risk profile

34
Q

Key phrases that signal the completion of significant technical objectives.

A

Incident benchmark

35
Q

All four sides of the Incident environment have been observed and notable factors have been communicated to the IC

A

360 complete

36
Q

A primary search of the incident environment has been completed

A

All clear

37
Q

The destructive incident force has been controlled but not illuminated

A

Under control

38
Q

Fire has been extinguished an overhaul and ventilation have been completed. No further loss is expected.

A

Loss stop

39
Q

The overall safety system for individual firefighters includes:

A

PPE, accountability systems, RICs, and responder rehab

40
Q

The individual safety systems that require ISO focus at all incidents are blank and blank.

A

Accountability systems and rehab

41
Q

Discipline of company officers and crews as their accountability system.

A

Informal accountability system

42
Q

The intent of each method of a accountability system is to track responders by blank, blank, and blank and provide a rapid method to do a blank

A

Number, function, and location

Personnel accountability report (PAR)

43
Q

Failure to work w/in the framework of the action plan is a form of?

A

Freelancing

44
Q

A firefighter working alone and is viewed as a dangerous and deadly enterprise

A

Freelancing

45
Q

The responsibility for establishing a systematic approach for the rehab of responders rest with the blank?

A

The individual fire department