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Question 4:
An alarm comes in for L007H. What does this a suffix stand for?

A: Tech Decon Task Force Ladder

B: High Rise Nozzle

C: Haz Mat Tech Unit

D:Hi-Rise Roof Team

Explanation:
A. D-Tech Decon Task Force (Engine or Ladder)
B. N-High Rise Nozzle (Eng)
C. H-Haz Mat Tech Unit (Eng)
D. Comm Ch 2 page 37

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Question 21:
Members are under the "Immediate Supervision" of an Officer in all of the following choices except?  

A:When they are within visual contact of the Officer.

B:When they are within Handie-Talkie contact of the Officer.

C: When they are working with a search line which is under the supervision of an Officer.

D: When they are working with hose line which is under the supervision of an Officer.

b Explanation:
When they are within VOICE contact of the Officer.
Acronym: SHSH (Sight, Hearing, Search Line, Hoseline)
Lads 3.2.1 11 Note

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Question 8:
E-300 and L-400 respond to 344 Fulton street for a CO activation in apartment 4C on the 4th floor. Upon investigation, the officers get readings on their GasAlert Extreme CO meters of 70 PPM. Based on this reading, the officers follow the procedures according to Haz-Mat chapter 4. Choose the incorrect procedure

A: Inform occupants that they have a potentially dangerous level of CO

B:Begin evacuation of the affected area and ventilate

C: If it is determined that an appliance is malfunctioning and thereby producing CO, it should be shut down

D:Attempt to reset the detector

b Explanation:
RECOMMEND that all persons leave the affected area and begin ventilation for CO readings greater than 9 PPM but less than 100.
100 PPM or greater, begin evacuation
Haz-Mat ch 4 pages 4-5

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Question 39:
At an Old Law Tenement fire, which size-up factor will determine the “severity of the life hazard and intensity of the fire?”

A:Time

B: Construction

C: Street Conditions

D:Occupancy

d Explanation:
Lads 3 1.4.1

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Question 10:
The following radio transmissions are heard at a fire: "L-120 to Battalion 44, we have a fire in apartment 3D, we have door control and we are in the apartment." "E-231 to L-120, the line is charged and ready for advance" These radio transmissions indicate all of the following except?

A:Indicates the Engine Company has a charged hoseline at the entrance door, ready to advance

B: The location of the fire apartment for the Engine Company, other members, and the IC

C: Confirms that interior conditions are tenable to begin operations and that the door is being controlled

D:The Engine Company Officer should direct the Engine Company to the fire area

d Explanation:
The Ladder Company Officer should direct the Engine Company to the fire area.
FFP Ventilation sec 5

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Question 18:
The Apparatus Collision Report (CD-19) shall be forwarded by the apparatus operator/officer within _________ of the apparatus collision/incident?

A:4 days

B:72 hours

C: 7 days

D: 48 hours

a Explanation:
96 hours/4 days
The officer in charge or the operator of the apparatus at the time of the collision/incident shall prepare and forward a Collision Packet through the chain of command, which consists of 2 copies of the CD-19
2 copies of the MV-104(s) when required
2 copies of the PD accident report when required
SB 56 sec 10

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Question 19:
For a fire in a vacant Rowframe building, positioned in a row of vacant Rowframes, which hoseline was stretched incorrectly?

A: The first to arrive engine company stretched a 3 ½" hoseline to supply a tower ladder, and then stretched a hoseline for use on the exterior of the building.

B: The first engine company positioned their apparatus to use the multiversal nozzle as the officer deemed it was necessary.

C:The first hoseline initially operated from the exterior until a tower ladder was placed into operation. The hoseline was then stretched into the fire building.

D:As the second hoseline was not needed to back up the first hoseline, it was stretched through an exposure to the rear yard.

c Explanation:
First Hoseline: Initially operate from the exterior until the tower ladder, multiversal, or a heavy caliber stream can be placed into operation. The hoseline is then stretched into the MOST SEVERE EXPOSURE.
D) Or this line can go to the opposite exposure.
RF 6.7 B

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Question 28:
The incorrect flagging column entry can found in which choice?

A:CV- for Chief's vacation

B: CM- Cleaning and maintenance

C:RXD- Scheduled to report for or be relieved from duty

D: EI- Exchange of information

a Explanation:
Chief's Visit
Guide to Company Journal Entries sec 5

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Question 39:
A knowledgeable Engine Officer should know which choice below to contain incorrect information regarding Low Rise Fireproof Multiple Dwellings (LRFPMD)?

A: Fires in LRFPMDs may be extinguished using 1¾” or 2½” hose, hand stretched from a pumper depending on the hallway length.

B: If hallways in LRFPMDs are small, that is, every apartment door is within 50’ of every stairway on that floor, then 1¾” hose can be stretched from the pumper when compatible with fire conditions.

C:If a LRFPMD has long hallways, that is, any apartment door is more than 50’ from any stairway on that floor, then the additional GPM available from 2½” hose may be needed and 2½” hose should be hand stretched from the pumper.

D:Division Commanders shall ensure that non-standpipe buildings where 2½” hose may be used are entered into CIDS.

d Explanation:
Division Commanders shall ensure that non-standpipe buildings where 1¾” hose may be used are entered into CIDS.
MD 7.6

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Question 2:
The most correct way to make a notification of an on-duty injured member can be found in which choice?

A: Immediate phone call to FDOC with full particulars

B: Via Dept radio to the Borough dispatcher with name and/or unit of member

C:Via Dept radio to the Borough dispatcher without requesting the mixer off with no name or unit number of member via dept radio

D:Via Dept radio to the Borough dispatcher requesting mixer off without transmitting the name or unit number of member

d Explanation:
As soon as possible thereafter, particulars shall also be telephoned to FDOC....THIS IS FOR AN INITIAL NOTIFICATION OF A FATALITY OR SERIOUS INJURED ON-DUTY MEMBER
The name or unit number of a member with a minor injury may be transmitted over dept radio after requesting "Mixer Off"
Also, Signal 10-45 shall not be used to indicate a fatality or injury to an on-duty member
Comm ch 8 sec 8.2.5 and 8.2.6

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Question 31:
The placement of an aerial ladder apparatus (tractor-trailer and rear mount) is dependent on each of the following  conditions with the exception of which choice?

A: Whether immediate rescue is apparent.

B:Where no immediate rescue effort is required, the number and type of windows shall be utilized to determine placement.

C:Smoke, heat or fire causing an exposure that would endanger a victim, a member or the ladder.

D: Area or street conditions that might hamper optimum positioning.

b Explanation:
Where no immediate rescue effort is required, the size of the frontage of the building to be covered in case of future need.
ACRONYM: FISH
Frontage
Immediate rescue
Heat/smoke/fire
Street/area conditions
Lads 2 2.1

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Question 33:
Most fires in rowframe buildings will be extinguished by first alarm units or an “all hands” assignment. As additional units may be required, all guidelines below should be followed with the exception of which choice?

A: When using all hands and the fire is not under control, it may be necessary to special call an extra engine and ladder to the scene.

B: When a floor is fully involved in fire from the front to the rear a full first alarm assignment is required. It is also advisable to call for an additional engine and ladder.

C:When two or more floors are fully involved, or a top floor fire has extended into the cockloft, a second alarm is required.

D:When two buildings are involved, we have a 2nd alarm situation. Prompt consideration must be given to transmitting a 3rd alarm when it extends beyond two buildings.

c Explanation:
When two or more floors are fully involved, or a top floor fire has extended into the cockloft, the need for a second alarm must be CONSIDERED.
RF 7.6

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Question 34:
Removal of manhole covers by FDNY personnel may reduce the infiltration of gas into surrounding properties during a natural gas emergency. Which is the most correct policy when removing manhole covers?

A: Removal of sewer manholes covers can be performed by FDNY personnel only when requested by the on scene utility company gas representative

B: Removal of electric manhole covers by FDNY personnel may be performed only when requested by the on scene chief

C:Under no circumstances, shall electric manhole covers be removed

D: Round manhole covers should be removed by at least 3 FFs utilizing the manhole hooks carried in all battalion vehicles

E:Under no circumstances shall rectangular or square electric manhole covers be removed

e Explanation:
A- Can be removed with the approval of an on-scene Chief Officer
B- When requested by a utility company gas representative on the scene and approved by an on-scene Chief Officer
C- See choice B
D- 2 FFs utilizing the 2 manhole hooks for use in removing electric manhole covers carried in all battalion vehicles
Emergency Procedures Natural gas 9.2.4 sec 3

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Question 1:
Two officers discussing still water operations identified which incorrect comment?

A: When a report is received that individuals are stranded due to flooding, a Water Rescue Team consisting of a Water Rescue Company and an Engine Company will be dispatched. The Water Rescue Team will be equipped with a 14-foot Flat Bottom Boat, waders, CWS’s, and PFD’s.

B: When the Water Rescue Company is a Ladder Company, an Engine Company will be dispatched to transport the Flat Bottom Boat. Priority will be given to dispatching the Engine that is quartered with the Ladder Company, when available.

C:When the Water Rescue Company is an Engine Company, they will transport the Flat Bottom Boat, and a neighboring Engine Company will be dispatched to assist in operations.

D:Members of Water Rescue Companies trained in the use of Cold Water Suits shall don the suits prior to commencing operations. The remaining members of the Water Rescue Team shall be equipped with waders and a PFD. Only under extreme circumstances should a member enter the water without a Cold Water Suit or waders and a PFD.

d Explanation:
No member shall enter the water unless equipped with a Cold Water Suit or waders and a PFD.
AUC 159 Add 7 4.1-4.4

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Question 3:
Which choice below is incorrect regarding NYC Transit’s Emergency Evacuation Device (EED)?

A: The EED is a yellow, 7-foot long device with steps on the front and a flat surface on the backside. A non-skid surface is applied to both sides. Each unit weighs approximately 42 pounds.

B:Keys to remove EEDs from their mounting brackets are only available at full-time token booths. are secured with a corrosion resistant padlock. If a key cannot be obtained, the locks can be forced using conventional forcible entry methods.

C:When positioned against the side or end doors of a subway car the EED will reach the roadbed at approximately a 70° angle (safe for ascent / descent) and the steps will provide a horizontal stepping surface. A notch cut in the beams on one end of the ladder helps to anchor the EED in position against the car and or platform.

D: These devices are constructed of fiberglass reinforced plastic and are electrically nonconductive for use within the confines of the subway environment.

b Explanation:
Keys to remove EEDs from their mounting brackets are available at EVERY token booth.
AUC 207 Add 11 2.1-2.3, 3.4

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Question 21:
During company drill, a probationary firefighter made which incorrect comment about chainsaw operations?

A: Use extreme caution when cutting small size brush and saplings which may easily catch the chain and pull you off balance.

B:The most dangerous kickback zone is the upper 90 degree quadrant of the blade.

C:A circle of danger of a radius of at least 10' should be established before the commencement of cutting. The saw operator, control person and officer should be the only personnel in this area during cutting.

D: If a branch, tree section or other object is hanging, leaning or otherwise damaged, members are to prevent access to the danger area by unauthorized persons. If practical, the object should be stabilized by lashing or shoring. Cutting it down is not to be attempted.

c Explanation:
The SAW OPERATOR and CONTROL PERSON will be the only personnel in this area during cutting. The OFFICER is to monitor conditions and relay orders received from the officer in command. If possible, the officer is positioned as to permit visual contact with the control person.
TB Tools 24 3.10.1 B, 4.4, 5.3, Figure 5

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Question 29:
A newly promoted company officer should be able to identify which incorrect comment below regarding units with “reduced staffing”?

A: A reduced staffed unit is a Ladder, Rescue, or Squad company staffed with four firefighters. When this occurs, the Company Officer shall determine which outside position (OV/ROOF) will be staffed. This decision shall be based in part on the unit’s response area.

B: Upon arrival, if the necessity exists, the Officer may reassign the position of the outside firefighter (OV to ROOF or ROOF to OV). The Officer shall inform the IC and units operating of the unstaffed position.

C:A reduced staffed unit responding to alarms shall transmit to the dispatcher “We are responding understaffed”. If the Officer is having difficulty getting this message to the dispatcher due to heavy radio traffic, the Officer shall transmit an “Urgent” to the dispatcher to ensure the message is heard.

D:An additional Ladder Company (above the Fast Truck) shall be assigned to a 10-75 when both of the two initially assigned Ladder Companies report responding with four firefighters.

c Explanation:
A reduced staffed unit responding to alarms shall transmit to the dispatcher “WE ARE RESPONDING WITH FOUR FIREFIGHTERS”.
An understaffed unit is any unit staffed with less than four firefighters. An understaffed unit responding to alarms shall transmit to the dispatcher “We are responding understaffed”.
AUC 287 8.2.1-8.3.2

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Question 36:
During a collapse operation, it is necessary to identify the location of known and potential victims. Units conducting searches for these victims use the letter "V" to denote their location. Choose the incorrect statement made in regards to the letter "V"

A:A large "V" 12" in height is painted near the location of a known or potential victim

B: An arrow may need to be added next to the "V" pointing towards the victim's location if not clearly visible or if not immediately nearby

C:A circle is painted around the "V" when the location of a potential victim has been confirmed, either visually, vocally, or by hearing sounds that would indicate a high probability of a victim

D: When a victim is confirmed deceased, a circle is painted around the "V" and a horizontal line through the middle of the "V"

E: When the deceased victim(s) have been removed, a circle is painted around the "V" with a horizontal and vertical line through the middle of the "V"

a Explanation:
2 feet in height
FFP Collapse Operations add 2 secs 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5

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Question 7:
Today is February 1, 2019 and you are working in L-500 for 9x6 tour when you receive a ticket to fill out alarm. You and your FFs board the apparatus and proceed to 44-45 Carlton st in the Borough of Brooklyn. En-route, the dispatcher tells you that L-500 is designated the FAST Unit for a fire on the 4th floor of a 6 story 100x100 "H" type multiple dwelling.  As the FAST Unit officer, the operational considerations for this fire include all of the following except?

A: FAST Unit search team shall make entry to locate, package, and remove the member if possible

B: FAST Unit removal/resource team will stage at the entrance and be available to assist

C:In an "H" type building, the FAST Unit officer can use a 2 sided approach where the search team makes access via the interior and the removal team makes access via the exterior of the building

D:Due to the size and type of building, the FAST Unit shall remain intact and not split up

d Explanation:
The FAST Unit shall remain intact and not split up when dealing with large commercial or complex buildings
Choice "C" is good as written...Just cant split company for large commercial or complex buildings
MMID ch 2 sec 7.3 and 7.4

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Question 8:
In a private dwelling of lightweight construction, when the fire is on the top floor and there is clear indication that the fire has NOT entered the cockloft, roof operations shall be limited to each of the following except?

A: Checking the rear and sides of the building.

B: Inspecting HVAC duct vents for unusual heat.

C:Cutting inspection holes and monitoring for the presence of smoke and fire at these cuts.

D:Venting the top floor windows, and skylights if present.

c Explanation:
Note: All members shall be removed from the roof upon completion of these duties (in Choices A, B and D)
When fire is on the top floor and there ARE indications that it has extended to the attic/cockloft, the IC shall be immediately notified, and members shall not be permitted to operate on the roof. Any fire present in the attic/cockloft represents the potential for a partial or complete collapse of the roof.
PD Ch 6 4.3,10, 4.3.11 PD Ch 6

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Question 12:
To remove metal gates often found on fire escape windows of nonfireproof tenements,  you would be most correct in which tactic described below?

A: These gates are always on the outside of the window.

B: The gate is attached to the window frame with wood screws.

C:Use either the fork or adz end of the halligan tool to pull the gate loose at the locking device.

D: If severely exposed to heat or smoke at the lock side, cease removal and notify the IC.

b Explanation:
A) These gates are always on the ROOM SIDE of the window and will first require opening or removing the window.
C) Use either the fork or adz end of the halligan tool to pull the gate loose at the side OPPOSITE THE LOCKING DEVICE.
D) If severely exposed to heat or smoke opposite the locking device of the gate, removal may be accomplished at the LOCK SIDE.
Lads 3 5.3.2 3 a, b

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Question 14:
The students of one Ladder Company were sitting around on the apparatus floor talking about gas leaks in a structure and the following statements were made. Which is the only one that is CORRECT as stated?

A: If at any time gas levels reach above 60% of the LEL, treat the affected area as a “Potential Blast Zone”.

B:If the leak can be found and levels can be kept at less than 80% LEL by venting, members may continue to operate.

C:Treat the affected area as a “potential blast zone” if levels cannot be limited to less than 20% LEL by venting, the leak cannot be found and there are indications the leak is coming from an outside subsurface source.

D: Ladder companies have a gas detector designed for detecting natural gas in voids.

b Explanation:
NATURAL GAS EMERGENCIES
B IS CORRECT – Section 3 2nd Bullet point
A – If levels reach 80% of the LEL or higher, treat the area as a “Potential Blast Zone”. Section 3 4th Bullet point
C – If levels cannot be limited to less than 10% LEL by venting and… Section 3 pg. 32 bottom
D – Haz Mat 1, HMTU’s and Squads have a gas detector designed for detecting natural gas in voids.
Section 3 5th Bullet point.

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Question 19:
You, the Lieutenant, have arrived to a fire in St Phillip Neri Church located at 3021 Grand Concourse, in the Bronx. Since this is your first tour out of FLSTP, the tactics for Engines and Ladders are fresh in your mind. Choose the tactic that was carried out incorrectly.    

A:To effectively extinguish fire spreading to the attic or bell tower, the 1st hoseline should be stretched up the spiral stairs leading to the attic or bell tower area

B: When the fire is located in a large open area, the initial hoselines will generally be 2 1/2"

C: After a size-up for a cellar fire, which indicated operations will be in close quarters, the 1st 1 3/4" hoseline should be stretched to the entrance door that provides the quickest access to the cellar in order to extinguish the fire 

D:For a first floor fire, the 2nd arriving Ladder Company will ensure that the cellar is examined for fire

a Explanation:
FFP Places of Worship
A- In most cases when fire does spread into the attic or bell tower, it cannot be extinguished by the use of handlines due to the limited access to the space and lack of ventilation. FFs will have to be withdrawn and an exterior operation employed...sec 6.4.1
B- sec 6.1.2
C- sec 6.1.3
D- 1st ladder will attempt an examination of the cellar for fire...the 2nd ladder will ENSURE the cellar is examined for fire...sec 7.3.1 and 7.3.2

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Question 22:
Maintenance of the Department’s Positive Pressure Ventilation Fans is essential to ensure optimal performance when in use. Which choice is incorrect?

A:Fans shall be inspected daily at the start of the 9x6 tour.

B:At MUD, fans shall be started and allowed to run at full RPM for 15 minutes. A visual inspection of the fan belt and tightness check should be conducted prior to starting the fan.

C: The run time for these fans is 2 to 3 hours at full throttle.

D: When running fans at an incident, exhaust hoses must always be attached to the operating fan in order to limit and control the introduction of CO inside the structure.

b Explanation:
At MUD, fans shall be started and allowed to run at full RPM for “5” minutes. A visual inspection of the fan belt and tightness check should be conducted prior to starting the fan.
TB Tools 32 1, 3.3, 4.1, 4.2

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Question 27:
Please read the explanation... You just went 10-84 for a class 3 alarm involving a private dwelling. Upon further investigation, you suspect a possible illegal drug factory or type of clandestine lab inside. You approach with caution and request the response of Haz-Mat 1. In addition to Haz-Mat 1, who else should you notify?

A:PD and Fire Marshals only

B: Fire Marshals and Department of Health only

C: O.E.M., PD, Fire Marshals

D:BC, DC, PD, Fire Marshals and Department of Health

d Explanation:
*** This info is found in 2 sections of our manuals. Haz-Mat ch 2 Reference 1 and ERP add 3 sec 8.7.5
*** ERP add 3 sec 8.7.5 for clandestine labs states "Upon discovery of any type of lab the following notifications shall be made" BC, DC, Haz-Mat, PD(including Bomb Squad when necessary), and BFI
Haz-Mat ch 2 Reference 1 states "PD and dept of health"

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Question 33:
When operating at a taxpayer fire, company officers need to be well- versed in wood and steel trusses. Choose the incorrect statement made about trusses.

A:Protected open web steel joists are particularly vulnerable to elevated temperatures of a fire and may collapse after only 5 or 10 minutes

B:"I" beams protruding above the roof surface or roofs built in step fashion with one store roof slightly higher than another sometimes give false impression of fire division walls. The side walls of such protrusions are made of wood sheathing and are easily detected by striking them with a tool to differentiate them from a masonry wall

C: Open web steel joists come in standardize lengths, depths, and carrying capacities. They are used to span long distances up to 60 feet

D: Wood truss roofs appear to fail without warning. The roof does not sag or get "spongy." Steel trusses tend to "stretch" when losing their strength because of elevated temperatures, but wood tends to "snap"

a Explanation:
Unprotected
Taxpayers page 6 and 7

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Question 38:
The Department has created a Rehabilitation Manager Unit to oversee the day to day operations of all five RAC Units and provide direct supervision at the scene of fires and emergencies. The Rehabilitation Manager will respond on each of the following signals except?

A:2nd and greater alarms

B: When special called by the IC

C:10-80 Code 1

D: 10-60

c Explanation:
AUC 230 Add 1 5.1, 5.2

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Question 40:
Which statement below regarding the common features of Row Frame buildings is described incorrectly?

A: Common or poorly fire-stopped cockloft and cornice permits rapid fire spread into exposures. The term “Row Frame” is derived from the fact that these are constructed in rows, often running the length of the entire block.

B:To gain entrance to the roof from the interior of the building, there is a bulkhead which is reached by an interior stairway from the top floor.

C: Lack of fire stopping at cellar ceilings may permit fire travel from one building to another. Sometimes the cellar runs under more than one building with no separation.

D:There are many variations in the construction of these buildings. Light and airshafts are found in some, while not in others. Usually the buildings of longer length will have the shafts. Air and light shafts are of wood, and fire in shafts rapidly assumes blowtorch proportions.

b Explanation:
To gain entrance to the roof from the interior of the building, there is a scuttle which is reached by an iron ladder from the top floor. The scuttle is usually near the skylight over the stairs.
RF 5.2.5, 5.2.6, 5.2.7, 5.2.9

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Question 1:
Examples of conditions that should be considered for inclusion in the CIDS program include all of the following except?

A: High-Rise MDs where a three length stretch would not be sufficient

B: High-Rise MDs with communication systems

C:High-Rise MDs with sprinklers only in below grade areas

D:Non-standpipe low-rise fireproof MDs where 1 3/4 hose may be used

Explanation:
A. MD sec 6.7.1 Note
B. MD sec 6.21.2.Note
C. MD sec 6.27.6 Buildings with sprinkler systems should be entered on CIDS.
D. MD sec 7.10