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1

A ________ can be defined as the option or approach that a ISO uses to help remind firefighters to be situationally aware and to perform in a safe and predictable manner.

safety trigger

2

While no standard exists, most people associate the color _____ with safety.

green

3

An _________ threat is best defined as an act or condition that is judged to present a danger to persons or property that is so urgent and severe that it requires immediate corrective or preventative action.

imminent

4

A ________ threat is an activity, condition, or inaction that is judged to have the capability, but not immediacy, to cause harm to persons or property and thus warrants monitoring and/or operational modification.

potential

5

A _________ can be defined as awareness or suggestive communications made to crews or command staff that cause them to modify their observations and activities to prevent injury from a potential issue.

soft intervention

6

A ____________ can be defined as a direct order to immediately stop, alter, suspend, or withdraw personnel, activities, and operations due to an imminent threat.

firm intervention

7

ISO Traps: (3)

Bunker Cop
CYA Mode
The Worker

8

A majority of the NIOSH investigations into multi-firefighter fatality incidents fault communication failures, most of which are caused by three barriers:

equipment (radio) issues
human factors
administrative controls (SOPs/training)

9

While radio communication is essential, _______ is the preferred (and most effective) method for communications with the IC and outside crews.

face-to-face

10

As a rule, the ISO should have a face-to-face communication with the IC every _____ at routine incidents and more frequently if conditions or factors change.

15 minutes

11

CAN report

Conditions
Actions
Needs