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1

Techniques used by fire personnel to gain entry into buildings, vehicles, aircraft, or other areas of confinement when normal means of entry are locked or blocked.

Forcible Entry

2

What two steps should be taken prior to forcing entry?

Try before you pry, Look for a lockbox.

3

All types of door latches, locks, and locking devices.

Locksets

4

Name the three traditional lock types.

Mortise, Cylindrical, Rim

5

Common as a commercial exterior door.

Mortise Lock

6

Most common type of lockset found in residents. Some of the easiest to pry open. Two types; key in knob and tubular dead bolt.

Cylindrical Lock

7

Mounted on the inside of the door surface. Used as a supplemental lock for doors that may or may not have another lock type.

Rim Lock

8

Name three types of Rim Lock

Night Latch (door locks when it closes), Dead Bolt, Vertical dead bolt (impossible to open by spreading the door from the jamb).

9

Name three types of high security locks.

Multiple bolt locks (extends at least 2 dead bolts 1" long into jam), Electronic Keyless Locks (most operated by battery power, used in areas with continuous security and controlled access), Electromagnetic (Shutting off the power will release the door).

10

Name 5 locking devices.

Padlock, Drop Bar, Door Chain, Door Limiter, Surface Bolt, Internal Mounted Bolt.

11

Name two types of pad locks and their characteristics.

Standard ( shackles are 1/4' or less, not case hardened steel) Heavy Duty (case hardened steel shackles longer then 1/4", Many have "toe and heel" locking).

12

Classic supplemental locking devices for residential doors.

Door Chain

13

Similar to a supplemental security lock found in a hotel room.

Door Limiter

14

Flush bolts are installed in the edge of one side of a set of double doors. Permits one side to remain locked while the other door is used for entry or exit.

Internal Mounted Bolt

15

Name the four categories of forcible entry tools.

Cutting, Prying, Striking, Pushing/Pulling

16

Most common type of cutting tool for fire fighters.

Axe

17

Comes in a 6 or 8 lbs head. Used for cutting, prying, or digging.

Pick head Axe

18

Because of its versatility it can be used in both structural and ground cover fires.

Flat head Axe

19

Used to cut bolts, iron bars, pins, cables, hasp, chains, and some padlock shackles. Should not be used to cut case hardened steel.

Bolt Cutters

20

May be needed to cut security bars, grilles, or gates that can not be easily cut using bolt cutters, rebar cutters, or rotary saws.

Cutting Torch

21

Manually or powered hydraulic cutting tool. Used to cut rebar in concrete walls or security bars.

Rebar Cutters

22

Name four types of power saws used in the fire service.

Circular , Rotary, Reciprocating, Chain

23

Name three power sources for power saws.

Battery, Gasoline, Electric

24

T or F Never use a power saw in a flammable atmosphere. Its motor or sparks from cutting can ignite the atmosphere.

True

25

Can cut wood, masonry, or metal. Depends on what blade is on it. Spins up to 6000rpm

Rotary Saw

26

When equipped with the proper blade, this saw is ideal for cutting sheet metal body panels, structural components on cars, as well as metal doors and wall panels in structures.

Reciprocating Saw

27

Commonly used saw in forcible entry, ventilation, rescue, and overhaul. Powered by gasoline, electricity, compressed air, or hydraulic power. Should be equipped with kick back protection , chain brake, carbide tipped chain, and a depth gauge.

Chain Saw

28

Device consisting of a bar turning about a fixed point (fulcrum), using power of force applied at a second point to lift or sustain an object at a third point.

Lever

29

Support or point on which a lever turns in raising or moving something.

Fulcrum

30

Constructed from a single piece of high carbon steel, 30-36" long, One end is beveled into a wedge or fork. Opposite end may be a hook, pike tip, or adz (wedge at a right angle).

Manual Pry tools (includes rambars)