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1

Which was responsible for developing the National Response Plan?

DHS

2

What event was used to make the NIOSH Publication
2004-144, Protecting Emergency Responders, Volume 3 more usable to the initial incident responder?

September 11 World Trade Center attack

3

How many chapters are currently in NFPA 1500 for the ISO to utilize?

12

4

What are enforceable rules of conduct which are designed to protect society?

laws

5

Which OSHA Title applies to the ISO at an incident scene?

29 CFR

6

What is the minimum requirement that the ISO must meet
according to the NFPA standard?

Fire Officer I

7

What is considered any set of rules, procedures or
professional measurements that are established by an
authority?

standards

8

Which type of safety officer as defined by the NFPA
standard is assigned and authorized by the fire chief as
the manager of the occupational safety and health program?

Health and safety officer

9

Which is a complete work designed to be adopted as law by
an authority having jurisdiction?

code

10

Which agency is responsible for investigating all
duty-related firefighter fatalities?

NIOSH

11

Which agency is the safety/health research arm of the
federal government?

NIOSH

12

Who has the task of enforcing and developing the code of federal regulations?

OSHA

13

Which type of law is established over time through the
judicial process?

case

14

Which is a work of law established by a rule-making
authority and serve to regulate an approach for which it
is written?

code

15

What does the acronym IDLH stand for?

Immediate danger to life and health

16

Which typically outline details and procedures that have
the force of law issued by an executive government
authority?

Regulations

17

Which agency issues and enforces regulations and provides training for issues regarding hazardous materials and
processes?

EPA

18

Which group was established in 1896 to address a multitude
of fire prevention and fire protection issues?

NFPA

19

Which offer procedures, directions and standards of care
without the force of law?

guides

20

What are enforceable rules of conduct which are designed to protect society?

laws

21

What is the first topical area listed in NFPA 1521?

Incident Management System (IMS)

22

Which agency is responsible for investigating all duty-related firefighter fatalities?

NIOSH

23

Who has the task of enforcing and developing the code of federal regulations?

OSHA

24

What is considered any set of rules, procedures, or professional measurements that are established by an authority?

standards

25

Which type of law is established over time through the judicial process?

case

26

What does the acronym IDLH stand for?

Immediate danger to life and health

27

Which group was established in 1896 to address a multitude of fire prevention and fire protection issues?

NFPA

28

Which agency issues and enforces regulations and provides training for issues regarding hazardous materials and processes?

EPA

29

What is the minimum requirement that the ISO must meet according to the NFPA standard?

Fire Officer I

30

Which is a complete work designed to be adopted as law by an authority having jurisdiction?

code

31

Which is a work of law established by a rule making authority and serve to regulate an approach for which it is written?

code

32

Which type of safety officer as defined by the NFPA standard is assigned and authorized by the fire chief as the manager of the occupational safety and health program?

HSO

33

Which is responsible for developing the National Response Plan?

NIOSH

34

Which agency is the safety/health research arm of the federal government?

NIOSH