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1

What three times at the request of the IC does CO monitoring take place?

1. During salvage and overhaul operations.
2. At Confined space and below grade incidents.
3. At CO detector alarm responses.

2

CAL OSHA's permissible limits to CO exposure is how many parts per million?

25 parts per million

3

Operation in CO atmosphere above ___ requires SCBA and PPE?

25 ppm

4

Use ____ ___ on all suspected or reported CO incidents, confined space, and below grade incidents

SCBA/PPE

5

CO monitoring at Emergency Incidents: While working in teams of two, in full PPE/SCBA a secondary reading shall be performed where previous readings is ____ppm or more.

25 ppm

6

While CO monitoring at Emergency Incidents, check _____ to ______ point.

Lowest to highest

7

CO monitoring at emergency incidents: The IC shall request Health Haz Mat to respond to the incident if: (4)

1. Anyone is showing signs of CO poisoning.
2. Monitoring indicates 25 ppm or greater.
3. The department orders the premises evacuated.
4. The IC feel the response by Health Haz Mat is needed.

8

CO monitoring at Emergency Incidents: The IC shall request the Gas Company to respond to the incident if: (5)

1. Anyone is showing signs of carbon monoxide poisoning.
2. Monitoring indicates 25 ppm or greater.
3. The department orders the premises evacuated.
4. The gas is shut off.
5. The IC feels a response by the GAs Co is needed.

9

CO Monitoring at Emergency Incidents: The IC shall request a response by the Haz Mat Task Force if: (3)

1. Anyone is showing signs of CO Poisoning.
2. Monitoring indicates a reading of 100 ppm or more
3. The IC feels a response by the HAZ MAT Task Force is needed.

10

Non Emergency Operations: Carbon Monoxide investigation, utilize the CO inspection check list form ____ in performing CO investigations or inspections.

Form 778

11

Non Emergency Operations: CO monitoring reading of less than 25 ppm in any occupancy: (6)

1. Inform the occupant that our instrument did not detect a potentially dangerous level of CO at this time.
2. Recommend the occupant check their detector.
3. Attempt to reset the detector.
4. Recommend the occupant contacts the gas co.
5. Call 911 if the alarm activates again.
6. Recommend the owner contact the Gas Co.

12

Non Emergency Operations: Readings of 25 ppm but less than 100 ppm, the ____ and ____ shall be requested to respond.

1. Gas Company
2. Health Haz Mat

13

Non Emergency Operations: Reading of 25 ppm but less than 100 ppm, when the CO level has been reduced to a safe level, the premises can be reoccupied at the descretion of the?

Health Haz Mat Officer

14

Non Emergency Operations: CO levels of 100 ppm or more, respond (3):

1. Health Haz Mat
2. The Gas Co
3. Haz Mat Task Force
(Health Haz Mat only, can have premises reoccupied once level of CO is reduced to a safe level below 25 ppm.

15

A flame which does not produce CO is what color?

Blue