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SOSA

AUC 225
4.4
O.O.D. Upon completing their assigned patrol duties shall fax to the battalion the following information:
S - the # Shut down
O - the # of illegally Opened hydrants
S - the # of Spray caps placed
A - Any areas experiencing dangerously low water pressures that could adversely affect firefighting operations.

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CCCMM

AUC 268A
IG investigates allegations of
C - Corruption
C - Criminal activity
C - Conflicts of interest
M - Misconduct
M - Mismanagement

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ABCD

AUC 268A -
3.1 Notification to BITS
A - Arrest of dept. employee
B - Boxing b/t brothers (physical altercations among brothers)
C - Confrontations (serious) w/civilians or PD
D - Drugs or alcohol (possession/on-duty) or
D - Dangerous misuse of dept. vehicles

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CAPSONG

Eng.Co. Ops.
Sec. 9.4.1 Required equipment
C - Chocks; door
A - Adapters; Special, as required
P - Pipe wrench (min. 18")
S - Spanner wrenches
O - Outlet; hand control wheel(s) for outlet valve
N - Nozzle; 2 1/2" controlling nozzle w/1 1/8" MST & 1/2" OST
Additionally -
Four (4) lengths of folded 2 1/2" hose.

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RISS

Eng.Co. Operations
Chapter 7
Sec. 7.6.8
3 1/2" hose is used to provide greater water flows with less friction loss. This hose should be used to:
R - Relay water to other engine companies
I - In-line supply for the 1st engine company
S - Supply standpipe and sprinkler systems
S - Supply LCS

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DALLAS

Eng.Co.Ops.
Sec. 7.6.3
The use of 1 3/4" hose would be INAPPROPRIATE and a company officer SHOULD NOT order it stretched if any of the following conditions exist:
D - The line is expected to be used from a purely defensive position
A - An advanced fire on arrival
L - A large volume of water is required to cool a superheated fire area
L - A large body of fire in a large UNCOMPARTMENTED area
S - When the officer cannot determine the SIZE or extent of the fire or fire area.

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IMMMAC

AUC 268A
Sec. 4.1 - the following situations require WRITTEN notification to the BITS:
I - Incompetence - Any instance of incompetence (I.e., repeated negligent of unsatisfactory performance of duties) so serious that the officer believes disciplinary charges are warranted.
M - Misconduct by a department employee NOT falling w/i the jurisdiction of the IG.
M - Misuse or Misappropriation of the department's time.
A - Follow-up info regarding the arrest of a member.
C - Charges; preference of charges against a member.

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SEAL

S - Status of elevators
E - Evacuation initiated by FSD
A - Access stairs serving the fire floor
L - Location of fire

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LODANCE

LODANCE
L- Location of the fire (If an MD, report the wing, floor apt.
number)
O - Occupants; If any occupants have been LOCATED or
are reported missing.
D - Difficulties or delays in gaining entrance to the fire area
or in advancing the line. Give reasons.
A - Access to the fire area
N - Number of apartments on the fire floor.
C - Conditions; fire conditions
E - Extending; Whether fire is extending and how it is
extending and the need for additional lines.

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IOUML

IOUML
I - Collapse IMMINENT
"MAYDAY - COLLAPSE IMMINENT"
O - Structural collapse has OCCURRED
"MAYDAY - COLLAPSE HAS OCCURRED"
U - Unconscious or Life threatening injury
"MAYDAY - INJURED MEMBER" or
"MAYDAY - UNCONSCIOUS MEMBER"
M - MISSING member
"MAYDAY - MISSING MEMBER" or
"MAYDAY - MISSING MEMBER LOCATED"
L - LOST or trapped
"MAYDAY - MEMBER TRAPPED" or
"MAYDAY - MEMBER LOST" (MEMBER LOCATED when
found).

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LUNIR
When a unconscious or member suffering from a life threatening injury is discovered -

LUNIR
L - Location
U - Unit of the injured member
N - Nature and extent of the injuries, if known
I - Identity of the injured member
R - Resources needed

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LIAR
When a missing member is located

LIAR
L - Location
I - Identity of the member to determine if it is the member(s)
reported missing
A - ANY imminent conditions that might affect the missing
member(s) e.g., fire nearby, out of air, etc.
R - Resources needed to reach safety

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LINA
Used when a member is lost or trapped

LINA
L - Location if known. If unknown, provide last recognizable
reference point such as, basement near oil burner
I - Identity of members involved
N - Number of members involved
A - ANY imminent conditions that might affect trapped
members such as fire nearby, out of air, etc.

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DCWIFE

DCWIFE
D - Danger of collapse
"URGENT - COLLAPSE FEARED"
C - Change in conditions; Anytime it will severely impact an
operation or the safety of members
"URGENT - Nature of the problem, location, members/
unit affected.
W - Water; Loss of
"URGENT - WATER LOSS"
I - Interior attack discontinued
"URGENT, URGENT, URGENT, Command to all units,
URGENT - ALL UNITS - URGENT, BACK OUT, BACK OUT
I - Non-life threatening injury
"URGENT - INJURED MEMBER"
*LUNIR*
F - Fire entering an exposure
"URGENT - FIRE EXTENDING (Location & nature of ext.)
Transmission of a 10-70
"URGENT - 10-70"

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*Every Good Lt. SOP Requires Corrective Measures*

1 - Explosives
2 - Compressed Gases
3 - Flammable Liquids
4 - Flammable Solids
5 - Oxidizers
6 - Poisons
7 - Radioactive Materials
8 - Corrosives
9 - Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods
*Every Good Lt. SOP Requires Corrective Measures*