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All decon activities occur in what zone?

CRZ/Warm. Yellow barrier tape.

1

Contamination control line is boundary between the CRZ & __ zone?

Support zone. Yellow tape.

2

Emergency decon may or may not require formal establishment of decon system?

True

3

Gross decon can be ?

Emergency or non-emergency. Remove large amt of contaminants in short period of time.

4

Two types of gross decon?

Wet or dry.

5

Tech decon follows gross decon?

True

6

Victims should always be decon prior to medical treatment & transport?

F. Whenever possible

7

Civilians & emergency personnel can be decon together?

F. Separate - members may be operating on limited supply of air.

8

Structural FF gear protects FF from?

Heat & flame

9

CPC:

-little to no thermal protection
-no one suit offers protection from all hazardous materials

10

Level A:

Highest skin & respiratory protection. SCBA in vapor tight chemical clothing

11

Level B:

Highest respiratory; lower skin than A. SCBA w/ splash protection

12

Level C:

APR; PAPR

13

Level D:

Minimal protection; nuisance contamination only

14

Structural FF gear CPC?

Not cpc

15

APR?

IC authorizes.
CFOAM:
Contaminant ID
Filter cartridge is correct
O2 19.5-23.5%
Air monitoring on going(not complete)
Measured concentration

16

Primary objective of CPC ladder co?

To perform rescue operations of non-ambulatory victims in contaminated area or exclusion zone

17

When can CPC companies operate in exclusion zone?

Tech companies are monitoring the enviroment

18

10-80-No code:

Can be controlled by on scene units requires no add'tl resources. HMC1 & HM Batt can be contacted via disp, 800mhz, cell for technical info. HM batt & HMC1 may be requested to respond in.
-small qty
-material & it hazards id
-ppe ok
-special equipment & special training are not needed

19

10-80-1

***No contamination of civ/responders. Addtl resources needed***

20

Evacuation: best considered?

-immediate danger of fire or explosion
-potential for discharge is great, it has not taken place & time to relocate people
-discharge has taken place but people are sufficiently protected to permit time for evacuation
-people not yet in the path of release will be threatened by changing conditions

21

Sheltering in place is preferred alternative when:

-low to moderate toxicity
-totally released & dissipating
-small qty solid or liquid leak
-migrating vapor of low toxicity & qty & people are safer indoors
-release can be rapidly controlled at source

22

SRA located ?

Warm zone before decon

23

CCP?

Support zone/cold

24

Initial rescue activities should concentrate on?

Able bodied/ambulatory

25

HM: 1st ladder?

Hazard assessment.
Ladder 1 team 1: haz id
Team 2: info resources/back-up team 1

26

HM 2nd ladder?

Site access control.
L2 team 1: info resources
L2 team 2: initial exclusion zone

27

HM: 1st engine?

Water. Remain together as a unit. Can do cfrd.

28

HM Engine 2:

Site access control - can do cfrd

29

HM 3rd engine?

Cfrd

30

What tag - unable to follow simple commands?

Red. Also >30 respirations//absent radial.

Yellow: <30; radial present; able to follow simple commands

31

NFPA704 diamond

Red: flammability
Yellow: reactivity
White: special
Blue: health
0-4 4 most severe
W - with ---- thru it No water
OX - oxidizer

32

RED: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5?

4: flash pt below 73
3: flash pt below 100
2: flash pt above 100 not exceed 200
1: flash pt above 200
0: will not burn