Flashcards in Evolutions 16, 18, 21, 21a Deck (13):
When transporting a 24' ladder two men are positioned at each end of the ladder with the fly in and grasp the upper beam.
True or false
False, the fly faces out
Evol. 16 1.1
When transporting a ladder who gives the command to lift?
The rear man
Evol. 16 1.2
When a ladder is being placed at its objective how is the ladder placed?
Ladder is positioned on beam parallel to building, fly facing away from building, butt directly below objective.
Evol. 16 2.1
When carrying a vertical ladder who gives the command "ready, lift"?
The man facing the direction of travel
Evol. 16 5.3
When raising the 35ft ladder the raising member should take position where?
On the street side of the ladder about 1/3 the distance from the tip, facing the tip. Taller man near tip.
Evol. 16 8.2
When extending the 35ft ladder as a 3 man team raising men place their left hand ______ and their right hand ______.
About head high, waist high
Evol. 16 9.1
When hoisting the portable ladder to the roof the officer is going to the roof with how many members and what 4 tools?
4 members, tools= utility rope, ladder roller, life belt, forcible entry tools.
Evol. 18 3.1
When hoisting a portable ladder the man on the ground inserts the rope where on the ladder?
Between the two marked rungs
Evol. 18 3.5
What knot is used to hoist a portable ladder and how many feet is it tied from the end of the rope?
Bowline, 9 feet from end
Evol. 18 notes #3
When using a metal aerial as a water tower what is the maximum psi at the nozzle?
Evol. 21 3.6
What angle from the ground does the metal aerial being used as a water tower need to be at?
Evol. 21 3.5
When operating a metal aerial as a water tower the maximum extension of fly ladder (tip to ground) with 1 1/2 inch tip, under extreme conditions, is 80ft.
Agree or disagree
Evol. Notes H