Flashcards in Chapter 11 Delivery Of Emergecy Services I Deck (138)
Fire can exceed 500°F within _______.
The potential for flashover occurs within ________.
Human Survivability limit is ________°F.
___________ is a system that optimizes the utilization of all available resources, personnel, procedures, and equipment in order to promote safety and improve operational efficiency.
Crew Resource Management
________ are critical to success at any operations.
_________ is the necessity of maintaining a level of attentiveness at any event.
___________ during an emergency relies on the use of risk/benefit analysis.
__________ are any factors that interfere with communications, situational awareness, decision-making, and teamwork.
What are the 11 Rules of Engagement for Firefighter Survival?
1 size up
2 determine occupancy survival profile
3 Do not risk your life for live/property that cannot be saved
4 Limited risk to protect savable property
5 Vigilant and measured risk to protect and rescue savable life
6 Go in together, stay together, come out together
7. Continuous awareness of your air supply, situation, location and fire conditions
8 Constantly monitor fire ground communications
9 Report unsafe practices or conditions
10 Abandon your position and retreat before deteriorating conditions can harm you
11 Declare a mayday as soon as you THINK you are in danger
_________ requires emergency responders to gain control of the scene as quickly as possible and maintain that control throughout the incident.
Incident Scene Management
________ is the basis for safe and efficient incident scene management
Essential to all emergency incident scene management is the management of these (4) emergency response resources:
Company officers must use ________ on all incidents no matter how small or large they are.
The act of directing, ordering, and/or controlling resources by virtue of explicit legal, agency, or delegated authority.
Incident management personnel who report directly to the IC.
Incident management personnel who represent the major functional sections.
The organizational level having responsibility for a major functional area of incident management.
The organizational level having functional/geographical responsibility for major segments of incident operations.
The organizational level having responsibility for operations within a defined geographic area.
The organizational level, equal to division, having responsibility for a specific functional assignment at an incident without regard for a specific geographical area.
The organizational level within the sections that fulfill specific support functions.
The specific number of personnel assembled for an assignment.
Individual pieces of apparatus and the personal required to make them functional.
Any combination of resources assembled for a specific mission or operational assignment.
A set number of resources of the same kind and type that have an established minimum number of personnel.
A ____________ is necessary when an incident involves more than one jurisdiction or agency.
Unified command structure
In the unified command structure, representatives of all affected agencies or jurisdiction share the __________ & ___________.
NFPA 1021 requires the Fire Officer I to be able to develop an _______
Initial action plan
____________ will determine the transfer of command process.