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What are the 4 "C's" of the communication model

Connect
Convey
Clarify
Confirm

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This is the very basic premise that stands for the undeniable principle that before a sender can if actively transmit the desired message here she must ____with the receiver.

Connect

2

How should you contact the communications center?

Fairfax from R401

3

Once connected with the receiver the sender can_____ the message

Convey

4

This is similar to a read back of instructions given by a aircraft controller to an air craft pilot. It confirms not only that the message was received, but also that it was understood.

Clarify

5

How do you let the sender know that the message was received and understood?

A quick read back of the directive confirms both receipt of the message and understanding of the message

6

What is the phonetic alphabet?

A- alpha
B- bravo
C-Charlie
D- delta
E- echo
F- foxtrot
G- golf
H- hotel
I- India
J- Juliet
K- kilo
L- Lima
M- mike
N- November
O- Oscar
P- papa
Q- Quebec
R-Romeo
S-Sierra
T- tango
U- uniform
V- victor
W- whiskey
X- x-Ray
Y- Yankee
Z- Zulu

7

How do you advise command that the primary or secondary search is unfounded?

Search is all clear

8

What is the term MayDay used for?

On the fire ground for lost trapped or missing firefighter

9

When should you use the term emergency traffic

Non-fire ground, non-police event, emergency notification

10

What is the term priority traffic used for

Request to transmit urgent traffic

11

When should you use signal one over the radio

Immediate danger due to hostile event

12

When should you use signal to urgent on the radio

When police is needed immediately though your life is not in danger

13

When should you use signal to nonurgent on the radio

When the police is needed and may respond nonemergency

14

When should you use signal for on the radio

Need to convey sensitive information

15

When should you complete the situation report

Before you put your face piece on

16

If you can where should you complete your on scene report

In the cab

17

When should you fix any on scene report errors

During your situation report

18

The obscene report should be directed towards who?

First BC

19

What are the four radio reports?

Water supply

On scene report

Safety message

Situation report

20

What needs to be stated in a safety message?

Type of safety issue

Location of the safety issue

Request tones to be sounded

21

Should the safety message be repeated?

Yes

22

What is included in a PAR check?

PAR or not with the number of people

Location floor and quadrant

Air status