Flashcards in Chapter 5: safety and risk management Deck (66):
what adresses and minimizes chances of harm by identifying and controlling factors that may lead to injury or death?
incident action plan
who developed "everyone goes home"?
national firefighters foundation (nfff)
the nfff 2004 summit established how many initiatives?
under who's supervision do ff's carry out iap?
what website monitors near misses?
what year established and by who?
2005/international association of fire chiefs (iafc)
above based on who's program?
aviation safety reporting system
4 habits to improve safety of crew?
physically fit/wear seat belts/safety in training/ integrity
based on 2011 nfff report leading cause of ff death?
percent of deaths between 2007-2011 accounted for cardiac arrests?
risk factors for cardiac arrest?
nfpa standard for fitness?
nfff recommendations for physical fitness?
regular medical checkups/exercise/eat healthy
accounts for largest percentage of traumatic deaths?
who has increased risk of mvc's?
over 40% of volunteers die in mvc's in their?
section____ of nfpa____regulates driving?
6.2.1/ nfpa 1500
nfpa____regulates minimum qualification for drivers?
wearing a _____ can reduce _____ ff deaths annually?
3 death factors in burning buildings? (ABouT)
asphyxia, burns and trauma
firefighter fatality retrospective study indicated 82% of fatal fire suppression incidents tallied in the report involved the death of?
leading factor in single ff deaths?
who establishes occupational safety and health administration?
idlh stands for?
immediately dangerous to life and health
nfpa 1500/osha regulate idlh with?
2 in 2 out
2 ff's in idlh should remain in?
verbal and visual contact
ric stands for?
rapid intervention crew
ric is defined as?
dedicated crew assigned for rapid deployment to rescue lost or trapped members
nfpa_____ regulates ric?
needed to track the identity, assignment and location of all firefighters operating in the scene?
personnel accountability system
nfpa______ regulates accountability system?
exception in overriding 2 in 2 out rule?
if there a chance for victim being saved alive
minimum size of interior work team?
assessment that weighs risks involved vs benefits gained?
risk/benefit starts with?
nfpa____regulates incident safety officer?
safety officer reports to?
organized structure to assign resources to accomplish stated objectives for incident?
incident command system
safety officer should report_____ to ic?
primary responsibility of safety officer?
identify hazardous situations/dangerous conditions
who can suspend or alter activities in situation of imminent hazard?
incident safety officer should have minimum?
fire officer 1`
incident safety officer can develop to provide safety at scene?
incident safety plan
if incident becomes to large safety officer can establish?
provides rest, rehydration, medical evaluation for extended operation?
fire officers should treat every call?
like a actual fire
at least how many members should have a radio?
nfpa standard for work uniforms?
when washing turnout gear?
follow manufacturers recomondations
nfpa standard for infection control?
important first step w/ exposure?
wash exposed area w/ soap and water
minimum info for exposures?
how exposure occurred/mode of transmission/entry point/use of ppe/medical follow up and treatment.
in charge of all accidental incidents in fd?
health and safety officer
unexpected event that interferes w/ fd operations?
3 phases of accident investigation?
id and collect physical evidence/interview witnesses/written documentation
on duty deaths from 1970's-2000's decreased?
what percent of injuries in 2011 occurred during fire ground operations?
number 1 type of injury?
second leading cause of ff fatalities?
3rd most common ff fatality?
hfac based on navy reports stand for?
human factors analysis and classification
hfac level 2?
preconditions to unsafe acts (mental, physical, psychological)
hfac level 3?
hfac level 4?
organizational influences (culture)