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COMMUNICATIONS 10 ADD 2 - EXPOSURE IDENTIFICATION

Buildings separated by __________________ from the fire building, should not be identified as exposures unless the volume of fire or complexity of the incident causes an exposure problem.

MORE THAN 30 FEET

Buildings separated by MORE THAN 30 FT from the fire building, should not be identified as exposures unless the volume of fire or complexity of the incident causes an exposure problem.

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COMMUNICATIONS 10 ADD 2 - EXPOSURE IDENTIFICATION

The system uses a series of numbers and letters to develop an identification code which is directly related to the building or occupancy the communicator is talking about. This system always uses as a reference point, the view as seen by a person _____________ at the fire building.

STANDING IN FRONT OF AND LOOKING AT

The system uses a series of numbers and letters to develop an identification code which is directly related to the building or occupancy the communicator is talking about. This system always uses as a reference point, the view as seen by a person STANDING IN FRONT OF AND LOOKING AT the fire building.

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COMMUNICATIONS 10 ADD 2 - EXPOSURE IDENTIFICATION

Numbers indicate _______ and letters indicate ________.

- Numbers indicate direction (front, left, rear and right).

- Letters indicate distance from the main fire building or fire.

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COMMUNICATIONS 10 ADD 2 - EXPOSURE IDENTIFICATION

When "0" is used as the first digit, it indicates _________.

FIRE BUILDING OR FIRE AREA

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COMMUNICATIONS 10 ADD 2 - EXPOSURE IDENTIFICATION

"0" - when used in any other position "0" refers to a ___________ of the building which is identified by the number following the "0" or the letters following the "0".

SUBDIVISION

"0" - when used in any other position "0" refers to a SUBDIVISION of the building which is identified by the number following the "0" or the letters following the "0".

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COMMUNICATIONS 10 ADD 2 - EXPOSURE IDENTIFICATION

"1" - is used to indicate ___________ the main fire building or the ____________ the front of the main fire building.

STREET IN FRONT OR THE BUILDING OPPOSITE

"1" - is used to indicate the street in front of the main fire building or the buildings opposite the front of the main fire building.

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COMMUNICATIONS 10 ADD 2 - EXPOSURE IDENTIFICATION

"2" - is used to indicate any building or area to the _________ of the main fire building.

LEFT

"2" - is used to indicate any building or area to the left of the main fire building.

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COMMUNICATIONS 10 ADD 2 - EXPOSURE IDENTIFICATION

"3" - is used to indicate any building or area to the ________ of the main fire building.

REAR

"3" - is used to indicate any building or area to the rear of the main fire building.


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COMMUNICATIONS 10 ADD 2 - EXPOSURE IDENTIFICATION

"4" - is used to indicate any building or area to the _______ of the main fire building

RIGHT

"4" - is used to indicate any building or area to the right of the main fire building

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COMMUNICATIONS 10 ADD 2 - EXPOSURE IDENTIFICATION

"A" - is used to indicate the ________ building or subdivision from the main fire building or fire area.

"B" - is used to indicate the ________ building or subdivision.

"C" - is used to indicate the _________ building or subdivision.

"D" - is used to indicate the __________ building or subdivision.

"E" - is used to indicate the __________, and so on down the alphabet.

"A" - is used to indicate the second building or subdivision from the main fire building or fire area.

"B" - is used to indicate the third building or subdivision.

"C" - is used to indicate the fourth building or subdivision.

"D" - is used to indicate the fifth building or subdivision.

"E" - is used to indicate the sixth, "F" is the seventh, and so on down the alphabet.

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COMMUNICATIONS 10 ADD 2 - EXPOSURE IDENTIFICATION

Wings are identified from _________ looking from the front of the building: If necessary, each wing can be further subdivided from front to rear using the terms ________, _________, and _______.

Wings are identified from LEFT TO RIGHT looking from the front of the building: If necessary, each wing can be further subdivided from front to rear using the terms FRONT, CENTER, and REAR.

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COMMUNICATIONS 10 ADD 2 - EXPOSURE IDENTIFICATION

The part of the building connecting each wing shall be designated the _______ and shall be referred to as the___________ ,etc.

THROAT

THROAT BETWEEN "A" WING AND "B" WING

The part of the building connecting each wing shall be designated the THROAT and shall be referred to as the THROAT BETWEEN "A" WING AND "B" WING, etc.

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COMMUNICATIONS 10 ADD 2 - EXPOSURE IDENTIFICATION

What is "plain speak" exposure identification?

Plain speak exposure identification is the process of identifying building and/or occupancies by name, occupancy type, address or any other distinctive characteristic.

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COMMUNICATIONS 10 ADD 2 - EXPOSURE IDENTIFICATION

TRUE/FALSE

Plain speak shall only be used for fireground communications. Plain speak exposure identification shall not be used in preliminary and progress reports to the Borough Dispatcher.

TRUE

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