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1) The FDNY has developed a Workplace Violence Prevention Policy in order to prevent and minimize instances of violence in the workplace between Department employees and all persons with whom they come in contact in the course of conducting their assigned tasks. Choose an incorrect statement regarding this policy. (PA/ID 1-2011 1.4, 1.5, 1.6)A) Any questions, concerns or suggestions regarding workplace violence prevention or this policy should be addressed to the Workplace Violence Prevention Coordinator, FDNY OSHA UnitB) In the event of a workplace violence emergency, employees are instructed to first report the emergency to their supervisor or the Workplace Violence Prevention Coordinator, and then call 911.C) A copy of the written Workplace Violence Prevention Policy is available on the FDNYIntranet.D) A member may request a hard copy of this policy from a supervisor or the FDNY OSHA Unit.

1. B1.6 In the event of a workplace violence emergency, employees are instructed to first report the emergency by calling 911, and then report to their supervisor or the Workplace Violence Prevention Coordinator, as described in Section 10 of the Workplace Violence Prevention Policy.

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2) During a day tour in Battalion 99, a Captain states to you that he had to recently secure an Order of Protection against a family member. He is concerned that the family member may attempt to contact him at the firehouse. You would be correct to advise the Captain to submit a copy of the Order of Protection to whom? (PA/ID 1-2011 9.1)A) Bureau of Fire InvestigationB) Bureau of Investigations and Trials (BITS)C) OSHA UnitD) Chief of Operations

2. A9.1 An employee who has secured an Order of Protection and is concerned that the person from whom protection has been sought may attempt to contact the employee at his/her work location should submit a copy of such Order to the Bureau of Fire Investigation.

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3) BC Thomas has just received a Workplace Violence Report from a Lieutenant in the engine company that shares quarters with the Battalion. BC Thomas takes the following actions. In which was he correct? (PA/ID 1-2011 11.1.1, 11.1.2, 11.1.3)1. He forwarded the report through the chain of command to the FDNY Workplace Violence Prevention Coordinator.2. Since he believed this matter was very likely to lead to a violent incident, he requested the guidance of the Workplace Violence Prevention Coordinator.3. He temporarily re-assigned one of the members involved to another firehouse after consulting with his chain of command.A) 1 onlyB) 1 and 2 onlyC) 1 and 3 onlyD) Correct in 1,2 and 3

3. D11.1 Forwarding the Workplace Violence Report11.1.1 Every supervisor who has received a Workplace Violence Report (or a verbal report) shall ensure that it is forwarded via the chain of command to the Workplace Violence Prevention Coordinator. All supervisors within the chain of command shall ensure that the report is forwarded on an expedited basis.11.1.2 The supervisor shall affirmatively seek the guidance of the Workplace Violence Prevention Coordinator on matters that are very likely to lead to an incident of workplace violence.

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4) The FDNY prohibits hazing/bullying of any of its employees by another employee, while on and off duty. Once informed or made aware of any such incident or allegation, all officers and supervisors must report the incident, in writing, up the chain of command to whom?(PA/ID 1-2013 4.4)A) Fire CommissionerB) Chief of DepartmentC) Chief of OperationsD) Borough Commander

4. B4.4 Any incidents or allegations of hazing or bullying shall be reported by supervisory personnel, in writing, up the chain of command to the Chief of Department. The Chief of Department, in consultation with and working in conjunction with BITs, will determine what action is appropriate following a reported incident of hazing/bullying, and whether such action shall be taken within the chain of command or by BITs.

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5) While visiting a firehouse for drill the topic of bullying/hazing comes up. Members of the firehouse made the following statements. Which statement should you have corrected?(PA/ID 1-2013 3.1, 4.2, 4.7)A) No FDNY member may consent to be a victim of hazing / bullying.B) Employees have the option to submit a report anonymously to BITS or EEO.C) Any supervisor who has been made aware of any acts of hazing must advise the victim of the services available to them by BHS and CSU.D) Any reported hazing/bullying incident that would also be considered a crime will be reported by the FDNY to BITS. Additionally, every officer has an affirmative obligation to report, directly and without delay, to BITS any and all information concerning conduct involving criminal activity.

5. D4.6 Any reported hazing/bullying incident that would also be considered a crime will be reported by the FDNY directly to the Department of Investigation. Additionally, every officer and employee has an affirmative obligation to report, directly and without delay, to the Inspector General any and all information concerning conduct involving criminal activity. Notifications should be made directly to the Inspector General's Office at 212-825-2402.

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6) No Department related social media site or application is to be created or maintained, except as authorized by which of the following? (PA/ID 2-2013 4.1.2)A) Fire Commissioner and Office of Public InformationB) Chief of Department and Office of Public InformationC) Fire Commissioner and Chief of DepartmentD) Chief of Department and Chief of Operations

6. A4.1.2No Department-related social media site or application is to be created or maintained, except as authorized by the Fire Commissioner and OPI. This includes pages and sites dedicated to individual companies, EMS stations, civilian bureaus, affiliated organizations, photo sharing groups, etc. Requests for authorization are to be submitted to OPI via the Website/Social Media Registration Form attached to this policy.

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7) How many of the following statements are correct regarding the FDNY Social Media Policy? (PA/ID 2-2013 5.2)1. Members participating in social media are subject to all applicable Department and City policies even when using social media while off duty.2. Members shall never post photographs of themselves in uniform.3. Members may not offer merchandise featuring the FDNY logo or name for sale on social media, except through licensed vendors as authorized by the Fire Commissioner.4. Members are prohibited from taking photographs, videotaping or recording audio while working unless authorized to do so by the Office of Public Information.5. Employees should never use their City email addresses when participating in social media.A) 2 B) 3 C) 4 D) 5

7. C (1,3,4,5)5.2.5 FDNY personnel shall not post photographs of themselves in uniform, unless the uniform was worn during an event for which a uniform is required. FDNY personnel are prohibited from posting a photograph of themselves if, at the time, the wearing of a uniform is prohibited. These prohibitions will not apply to photographs taken at official Department ceremonies (e.g., promotions, Medal Day). Employees must ensure that any photographs posted on social media sites pursuant to this exception must comply with the regulations set forth in Section 5.2.2 above.

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8) FDNY employees are prohibited from engaging in any type of social media contact with minors with whom they interact in the course of the FDNY employment unless authorized by a Department Assistant Commissioner (or higher rank) or ______________. (PA/ID 2-1013 5.2.8)A) Their Company Commander (or higher rank)B) A Battalion Chief (or higher rank)C) A Deputy Chief (or higher rank)D) The Office of Public Information

8. C5.2.8 Employees are prohibited from engaging in any type of social media contact (e.g., "friending,” or "following") with minors with whom they interact in the course of their FDNY employment, unless specifically authorized by a Department Assistant Commissioner (or higher rank) or Deputy Chief (or higher rank). Such unauthorized communications may be deemed inappropriate and create an appearance of impropriety.

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9) The FDNY Professional Workplace Policy requires Battalion Chiefs to confer with every assigned Company Commander to discuss items that will contribute to a positive working environment among unit personnel (i.e. supportive leadership, anti-hazing/bullying, etc.). How often are Chiefs required to hold these discussions? (PA/ID 2-2017)A) WeeklyB) MonthlyC) QuarterlyD) Semi-annually

9. B1.1 Battalion Commanders shall, at least once each month, confer with every assigned Company Commander regarding maintaining a professional workplace. The conference shall include, but not limited to, a discussion on such items that will contribute to a positive working environment among unit personnel (i.e. supportive leadership; professional ethic; anti-hazing/bullying; previous, ongoing or potential inter-personal disputes; and other important Department initiatives.) Items that require immediate attention and notification shall be reported accordingly.

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1) An Incident History Printout is a written chronological record of an operation or incident, which lists the receipt and transmission of an alarm, the units that were dispatched, and information received by the dispatcher at the scene. It can be used by Chief Officers in preparation of fire reports. Within ____ days of any incident this report can be received on theteleprinter in quarters by contacting ___________. (Communications Ch.2 2.3.2)A) 5 / Borough DispatcherB) 5 / Field Communications UnitC) 10 / Borough DispatcherD) 10 / Field Communications Unit

1. BWithin five days of the occurrence of any incident, an Incident History Printout can be received on the teleprinter in quarters. To obtain the Incident History Printout contact the Field Communications Unit.

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2) BC Harris, working in Battalion 16, has just received a response ticket to respond to a 3rdalarm fire in a multiple dwelling. He notices his unit is listed as “BC16P” on the ticket. BCHarris would be correct to believe he is responding as which unit to this fire?(Communications Ch.2 Page 37)A) Resource Unit LeaderB) Safety OfficerC) Staging Area ManagerD) Communications Unit Leader

2. CBattalion Chief High Rise UnitC Communications Unit LeaderD Tech Decon Task Force LeaderF Foam CoordinatorH Hi-Rise Roof ChiefK Division Task ForceP Staging Area ManagerR Resources Unit LeaderS Safety OfficerT Transit Liaison Officer

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3) On a hot summer night you are working in Battalion 40 when you arrive at the scene of an active manhole fire. You decide to request the response of a “FireIce Unit”. After this unit is assigned you should expect to see which suffix following the unit on the response ticket?(Communications Ch.2 Page 37)A) FB) TC) CD) I

3. DC CFR-D EngineD Tech Decon Task Force EngineF FAST Unit F FAST UnitH Haz Mat Tech Unit I FireIce Unit K Division Task ForceL Lobby Control Unit N High Rise NozzleP High Pressure Engine S Communications Unit T Transport Backup UnitW Water - Ice Rescue UnitY Systems Control Unit

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4) BC Walsh is working in Battalion 7 and transmits a 10-76/2nd Alarm for a fire on the 15th floor of a 30-story high-rise office building. Additional units are dispatched as per the following response ticket:---------To Fill 10-76-----------E014L L20F BC06R BC08SBOX 0123 - 456 7th AveW 34 ST W 35 STC=Commercial Fire 25th FloorIncident #8908/14/18 153012Based on this information, BC Walsh would be incorrect to believe which one of the following choices? (Communications Ch.2 Page 37, ICS Chap.2 Addendums 2,4 and 5, High Rise Office 5.3.1B)A) The officer of Engine 14 should take a position at the elevator lobby and will operate on the Tactical ChannelB) Ladder 20 will be assigned to the Fire Sector Supervisor.C) The Chief in Battalion 6 will operate on the Command Channel and cannot be used forfirefighting purposes.D) The Chief in Battalion 8 will operate on the Tactical Channel and his/her aide should switch to the Command Channel.

4. C The Resources Unit Leader shall operate on the Tactical Channel. The Resources Unit Leader assigned firefighter shall have his handie-talkie on the Command Channel for relay of messages to the Incident Commander

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5) CIDS information is available to responding units via the teleprinter or MDT dispatch message. Choose an incorrect statement regarding CIDS information.(Communications Ch. 4 4.1.1, 4.2.1, 4.2.3, 4.4.2B)A) Chiefs receiving CIDS messages beginning with the FD designation “PG” shall refer to such guidelines when necessary while responding to and managing incidents at these locations.B) The address and/or Special Name/Place of the building is the key to the CIDS program.C) CIDS data can only be provided if the address and/or Special Name/Place of the building is known.D) If a building has a single address posted, but has multiple addresses listed in the FDNY BIS or FDNY Map Applications, prepare a CIDS for each address listed in the application. List the other addresses as “AKA” in the “Transmitted Data” portion of each CIDS entry.

5. DSingle Building - Multi-Number Address Range Posted - Multiple Addresses and/or Address Range(s) Found During Research- When a single building has an address range posted on the building, Example“100-112 Williams Ave.”, the unit officer must enter a CIDS message for the first and last posted address numbers of such range. The combinednumber 100-112 should also be included in the "Transmitted Data" portion of each CIDS entry (Example- “AKA 100-112 Williams Ave.”). The unitofficer shall determine if additional CIDS entries are required for any other applicable addresses or AKA’s associated with the building. See the 2nd & 3rd paragraphs of section 4.4.2.Note: The above example only applies when an address range is posted on the building

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6) While sitting in your Battalion office, a brand new Lieutenant who is working in the engine walks in and asks you for help in filling out a CIDS entry correctly. You state the following points to him. In which point made were you incorrect? (Communications Ch. 44.4.1, 4.4.2D)A) To ensure clarity and readability of the message, do not split words at the end of a line.B) If the building is newly constructed, or undergoing a major renovation, the year the building was constructed or renovated must be included at the end of the entry.C) Grammatically correct sentences are not required.D) Use dashes to separate thoughts or information. There is no need to skip a space if you use a dash.

6. B If submitting or approving officers deem necessary, and space allows, the date the building was constructed or altered can also be included within the “transmitted data” to provide insight into the construction techniques used

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7) Battalion Chief Jones is covering a 9x6 tour in Battalion 57 when he is called to a building that a unit is conducting BISP at. The building is a 4-story brownstone that has been renovated using metal "C" joists throughout. When entering a CIDS entry for this building, the officer would be correct to identify this building with which one of the following construction classes?(Communications Ch.4 Page 7)A) CL2LW B) CL3 C) CL3LW D) CL4LW

7. C A Non-Fireproof structure renovated or repaired usingany type of structural Light-Weight materials would beclassified as CL3LW.

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8) A Battalion Chief receives a phone call from a Captain working in a Ladder Company in her Battalion. The Captain states he has just entered a CIDS entry into the eCIDS application for “Immediate Entry” due to numerous imminently hazardous conditions found. After viewing the pending eCIDS, what step should the BC now take to have the entry entered immediately?(Communications Ch.4 4.3.3)A) Approve the entry, and then phone the administrative DC to inform the Chief of the pending immediate CIDS.B) Approve the entry, and then phone the BISP Unit to inform them of the pending immediate CIDS.C) Approve the entry, and then phone FDOC to inform them of the pending immediate CIDS.D) Approve the entry. No further action is required; the CIDS entry will automatically be entered into the system.

8. A Upon notification, the administrative BC shall enter the eCIDS application to view the pending immediate CIDS. If approved, the BC shall notify the administrative DC by phone to inform the Chief of the pending immediate CIDS.

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9) A second alarm has been transmitted for a commercial fire in the Rockaways. Battalion 47is the Incident Commander and Battalion 39 has been assigned as the All-Hands Chief.Battalions 54, 51 and 58 have been assigned, in this order, on the 2nd Alarm. The BC in Battalion54 should know that he will be assigned what duty? (Communications Ch.5 5.6)A) Resource Unit LeaderB) Safety OfficerC) A Sector/Group SupervisorD) Staging Area Manager

9. C* 3rd Battalion Chief shall be designated as a Sector/Group Supervisor. (2nd Alarm Chief)

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10) All recommendations for unit alarm assignment changes shall be submitted through the chain of command to the ____________ for final endorsement. (Communications Ch.55.5.3C1)A) Chief of CommunicationsB) Chief of PlanningC) Chief of OperationsD) Chief of Department

10. D1. All recommendations for unit alarm assignment changes shall be submitted through the chain of command to the Chief of Department for final endorsement. BC and DC endorsements are required. If the change is approved, it will be forwarded to the Alarm Assignment Unit.

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11) While attending a Division Conference, the topic of understaffed and reduced staffed unit response policy is discussed. The following statements were made during the conversation. Which statement made was incorrect? (Communications Ch.6 6.9.1, AUC 287 8.2.2)A) A reduced staffed ladder company responding to an alarm shall transmit to the dispatcher “We are responding with 4 firefighters”.B) If the two initially assigned ladder companies report that they are responding with 4 firefighters, a 3rd ladder company will be assigned on the initial alarm.C) If the two initially assigned ladder companies report they are responding with 4 firefighters and a 10-75 is transmitted, a 3rd ladder company will be assigned for firefighting and a 4th ladder designated the FAST Unit D) When notified that a company is responding understaffed (less than 4 firefighters) the dispatcher shall special call another unit (Engine for Engine, Ladder for Ladder) to respond in addition to the understaffed unit. The total 1st Alarm response shall not exceed 4 Engines and 4 Ladders.

11. B6.9.1Ladder Companies with 4 Firefighter Staffing• An additional Ladder Company (above the Fast Truck) shall be assigned to a 10-75 when both of the two initially assigned Ladder Companies report responding with 4 firefighters.• The additional Ladder Company shall be the 3rd Ladder Company, and the 4th Ladder Company shall be designated as the Fast Truck.

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12) BC Scott is working in Battalion 17 when the dispatcher announces that “Fallback Step 3” has been implemented due to the heavy volume of incidents occurring in the borough. BC Scott would be correct to think all of the following response protocols will now occur except for which one? (Communications Ch.6 6.4.3C)A) 3 Engines, 1 Ladder and 1 BC will respond to initial structural responses.B) On a verified second source, 3 Engines, 2 Ladders and 1 BC will respond to structural responses.C) 1 Engine and 1 Ladder will respond to odors of gas or similar odors.D) Minimum responses, based on CIDS or Box numbers, will still receive the required minimum response.

12. D• Minimum responses, based on CIDS or Box numbers, are suspended. Responses will be based on information received.NOTE:FALLBACK procedures may be instituted step-by-step, or Step 2 or 3 could be opted for at the outset.

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13) From the choices listed below, choose an incorrect statement regarding Battalion Chiefs having their alarms transmitted to a quarters other than their own. (Communications Ch.2 2.12.4)A) Chiefs may have their alarms forwarded to another quarters when visiting for more than 15 minutes.B) Upon arrival at the quarters being visited, the dispatcher is notified by radio or telephone that the Battalion is 10-9 at the quarters of the visited unit.C) When the Battalion receives an alarm via the teleprinter at the quarters that is being visited, the house watch firefighter must acknowledge the alarm on the teleprinter display or via telephone.D) When leaving the quarters where the Chief has been visiting, the signal 10-8 Code 1 must be given verbally to the dispatcher.

13. CAcknowledgments, however, must be made via radio or MDT.

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1) You are working in Battalion 22 on a 6x9 tour and respond to a private dwelling fire. When you arrive the 1st due OV firefighter reports to you that he entered a 2nd floor window alone after hearing a victim in a bedroom. The victim was removed to EMS and the fire is extinguished. Since an individual member acting alone conducted this rescue, you, as the IC, must forward a report detailing the full particulars to whom? (MMID Ch.1 1.4)A) The Chief of DepartmentB) The Chief of OperationsC) The Chief of SafetyD) The Chief of Training

1. BNote: In all incidents of such individual action, the Incident Commander shall forward areport detailing the full particulars to the Chief of Operations. A thorough review of eachof these incidents will be conducted.

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2) At working fires, a Safety Team must be available at all times. The FAST Unit will serve as the Safety Team. Prior to the arrival of the Fast Unit, the Safety Team will normally be made up of which of the following? (MMID Ch.1 2.1)A) The Control firefighters of the 1st and 2nd arriving engines.B) The Backup and Control firefighters of the 2nd arriving engine.C) The Control firefighter of the 1st arriving engine and the LCC of the 1st arriving ladder.D) The LCC and OV of the 1st arriving ladder.

2. B2.1.1 The Safety Team shall normally be made up of the Backup and Control firefighters of the second arriving engine. However, there will be times when entry into an IDLH atmosphere is necessary prior to the arrival of the first two engine companies.

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3) Each ___________ has been issued a Firefighter Removal Training Kit, which includes amannequin outfitted in condemned bunker gear, a personal harness and an SCBA harness withcylinder. (MMID Ch. 2 Add.2 1.1)A) Borough CommandB) DivisionC) BattalionD) Firehouse

3. C1.1 Each Battalion has been issued a Firefighter Removal Training Kit which includes thefollowing equipment: Mannequin outfitted in condemned bunker gear and personal harness. SCBA harness with cylinder.

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4) BC Kennedy is the IC at a fire in the cellar of a brownstone building when the Can FF of the 1st Ladder Company transmits a MAYDAY message stating he is lost in the cellar. BC Kennedy assigns the FAST Unit into the building to assist the lost firefighter. BC Kennedy must now take all but which one of the following actions? (MMID Ch.4 2.3)A) Notify the dispatcher that the FAST Unit has been put to work and request a replacement FAST Unit.B) Transmit a Signal 10-66 over the Department Radio.C) Announce over the handie-talkie tactical channel that the FAST Unit has been put to work, and all units shall continue with their present assignment.D) Establish a Safety Team until the arrival of the replacement FAST Unit.

4. B2.3 The IC shall immediately notify the dispatcher when the FAST unit is being put to work, and request a replacement FAST unit. The IC shall transmit Signal 10-66 if necessary. The IC shall also announce over the handi-talkie tactical channel, that the FAST unit has been assigned to address the member in distress and all units shall continue with their present assignment. Prior to the arrival of the replacement FAST unit, a Safety team shall be established.

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5) Prior to the arrival of the FAST Unit, the IC shall designate any of the following for possible assistance or rescue:1. Safety Team2. Companies in reserve3. Companies available for immediate reassignment4. Members available for immediate reassignment5. Uncommitted chauffeurs or full and light duty aides.How many of the above are correct?A) 2 B) 3 C) 4 D) 5

5. C#s 1, 2, 3, 43.1 Prior to the arrival of the FAST unit, the IC shall designate any of the following forpossible assistance or rescue: Safety Team. Companies in reserve. Companies available for immediate reassignment. Members available for immediate reassignment. Uncommitted chauffeurs or full duty aides.

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6) BC Lincoln, the IC at a fire in a rowframe building, hears the following transmission “MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY, we have an unconscious member down on the first floor”. BC Lincoln takes the following actions. In which action was he incorrect? (MMID Ch.4 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.6)A) Immediately acknowledges the MAYDAY message, and verifies the injured member’s identity with the member assigned to the EFAS.B) Ensured the operating units continue fire suppression efforts.C) Conferred with the FAST Unit regarding a plan of action.D) Consulted with NYPD supervisor for police escort to hospital, if necessary.

6. A5.1 When a MayDay/Urgent has been transmitted for a member in distress, the Incident Commander shall: Prior to acknowledging the MayDay/Urgent transmission, pause momentarily to obtain the transmitting member’s Internal Radio Identification Code, which may be obtained from either the Battalion HT or FAST Radio.Additionally, the identity of the member transmitting the message should be verified by the member assigned to monitor the Emergency Fireground Accountability System (EFAS). Gain control of the HT frequency as per Communications Manual Chapter 9 and direct that all non-essential HT traffic cease.

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7) Choose an incorrect statement regarding the activation of the Emergency Alert Button(EAB) on the handie-talkie. (MMID Ch.4 6.4, Communications Ch.11 2.7.2)A) The output will increase from 2 to 5 watts.B) It will produce a distinctive set of Beacon tones on the affected member’s HT.C) If within range, the company, position, and name of the member who pressed the EAB immediately displays in the EFAS.D) The Beacon tones will sound at regular intervals (every 4 seconds), unless an incoming message is transmitted. The Beacon tones will sound immediately after the incoming message is complete.

7. D The activation of the Emergency Alert Button on their HT will increase the output from 2 to 5 watts. It will also produce a distinctive set of Beacon tones on the effected member’s HT. Be advised, the Beacon tones take priority over received audio; that is, the HT that transmitted the emergency will cut off incoming transmissions to the member in distress in order to sound the beacon at regular intervals (every 4 seconds).

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8) The officer of an engine company extinguishing a fire in a taxpayer has just notified you, the IC that a member from her company is missing. You take the following actions. In which were you correct? (MMID Ch.4 6.8)1. Obtained the last know location, assigned unit, name and assignment of the missing member.2. Attempted to contact the member.3. Inquire on the Tactical Channel if any member knows the location of the missing member, ensuring only positive responses are given.A) 1,2 and 3B) 1 and 2 onlyC) 1 and 3 onlyD) 2 and 3 only

8. D6.8 The IC shall consider the following when notified of a Missing Member: Obtain the following from the member transmitting the May Day: Last known location or reference point. Unit member is working in that tour. Name of affected member. Assignment (e.g., roof, nozzle) If the identity of the member is known, attempt to contact the member. Inquire on the tactical channel if any member knows the location of the missing member. The IC shall request only positive responses to be given. Conduct a roll call.