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IN ROWFRAME BUILDINGS WHAT IS THE ROOF ACCESS IN PRIORITY ORDER?

1. AERIAL LADDER

2. 2ND DUE AERIAL LADDER

3. ADJOINING, BUT NOT IMMEDIATE ADJOINING BUILDING

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FOR 1ST DUE TOWER LADDERS AT BROWNSTONE, WHAT IS ROOF ACCESS IN PRIORITY ORDER?

1. TOWER LADDER

2. AERIAL LADDER

3. ADJOINING BUILDING

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THE 1ST ARRIVING LADDER, AN AERIAL LADDER AT BROWNSTONE TYPE BUILDING HAS THESE OPTIONS, IN PRIORITY ORDER, OF ROOF ACCESS?

1. FIRST AERIAL

2. SECOND AERIAL

3. ADJOINING BUILDING

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FOR 1ST DUE TOWER LADDERS AT ROWFRAME, WHAT IS ROOF ACCESS IN PRIORITY ORDER?

1. TOWER LADDER

2. FIRST AERIAL TO ARRIVE

3. ADJOINING, BUT NOT IMMEDIATE ADJOINING BUILDING

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FOR A FIRE IN A HRFPMD WHICH STAIRS DOES THE 1ST ROOF MAN USE TO GET TO THE APT. ABOVE?

ATTACK STAIRS

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FOR A FIRE IN A HRFPMD WHICH STAIRS DOES THE 2ND ROOF MAN USE TO GET TO THE APT. ABOVE?

ATTACK STAIRS

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IN PRIORITY ORDER, HOW DOES THE LCC GET TO THE ROOF AT A HRFPMD?

- BLIND SHAFT ELEVATOR (ELEVATOR DOES NOT SERVICE FIRE FLOOR)

-IF NO BLIND SHAFT ELEVATOR-

- IF FIRE ABOVE 7TH FLOOR TAKE ELEVATOR 2 FLOORS BELOW FIRE FLOOR AND PROCEED UP TO ROOF VIA EVACUATION STAIRS

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IN PRIORITY ORDER, WHAT IS THE ACCESS TO THE ROOF IN LRFPMD?

-ATTACHED ADJOINING, IF INDIVIDUAL BLDG. HAS 2 SEPARATE SECTIONS PROTECTED BY FIRE DOORS THE USE OF THE PROTECTED SECTION IS PRIORITY

- ENCLOSED EVACUATION STAIR

- AERIAL/TOWER LADDER

++SPECIAL SITUATION++
ISOLATED BLDG-SINGLE STAIR-NO AERIAL/TL ACCESS
STAIRWAY NOT IDLH-ROOF MAY BE ORDERED UP INTERIOR STAIR TO ROOF PROVIDED THE APT. DOOR IS CONTROLLED/MAINTAINED CLOSED BY LCO

STAIRWAY IDLH-MUST BE TEAMED UP W/ANOTHER MEMBER AND ABOVE ACCOMPLISHED

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IF THE 1ST DUE ROOF AT A LRFPMD DETERMINES THAT A LSR RESCUE IS NOT VIABLE FROM THE ROOF, HE SHALL REDIRECT THE 2ND DUE ROOF TO THE APT. ABOVE. IF THE 2ND DUE ROOF HAS ASCENDED ABOVE THE APT. ABOVE, WHAT STAIRS WILL HE DESCEND TO APT. ABOVE?

EVACUATION STAIRS

++If the 1st Roof Firefighter determines a LSR operation is not practical from the roof level, then the following options are available:
If the 2nd Roof Firefighter has not already reached the roof, the 1st Roof Firefighter should immediately direct that member to the apartment directly above the fire apartment. The 2nd Roof Firefighter shall bring their assigned tools including the LSR to the apartment directly above the fire apartment. In buildings with two enclosed stairs, the 2nd Roof Firefighter may descend the evacuation stairway to the apartment directly above the fire apartment.++

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IN PRIORITY ORDER, WHAT IS THE ACCESS TO THE ROOF IN LRFPMD?

-ATTACHED ADJOINING, IF INDIVIDUAL BLDG. HAS 2 SEPARATE SECTIONS PROTECTED BY FIRE DOORS THE USE OF THE PROTECTED SECTION IS PRIORITY

- ENCLOSED EVACUATION STAIR

- AERIAL/TOWER LADDER

++SPECIAL SITUATION++
ISOLATED BLDG-SINGLE STAIR-NO AERIAL/TL ACCESS
STAIRWAY NOT IDLH-ROOF MAY BE ORDERED UP INTERIOR STAIR TO ROOF PROVIDED THE APT. DOOR IS CONTROLLED/MAINTAINED CLOSED BY LCO

STAIRWAY IDLH-MUST BE TEAMED UP W/ANOTHER MEMBER AND ABOVE ACCOMPLISHED

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FOR A FIRE IN A HRFPMD WHICH STAIRS DOES THE 2ND ROOF MAN USE TO GET TO THE APT. ABOVE?

ATTACK STAIRS

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FOR A FIRE IN A HRFPMD WHICH STAIRS DOES THE 1ST ROOF MAN USE TO GET TO THE APT. ABOVE?

ATTACK STAIRS

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AT A BROWNSTONE FIRE, WHEN USING AN AERIAL LADDER FOR ROOF ACCESS WHICH FF ASSISTS THE LCC IN SETTING UP THE APPARATUS FOR ROOF ACCESS?

ROOF FF

++When using aerial for access to roof, have the roof firefighter assist the chauffeur in setting up the apparatus for the operation.++

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FOR A FIRE IN A HRFPMD WHICH STAIRS DOES THE 1ST ROOF MAN USE TO GET TO THE APT. ABOVE?

ATTACK STAIRS

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FOR A FIRE IN A HRFPMD WHICH STAIRS DOES THE 1ST ROOF MAN USE TO GET TO THE APT. ABOVE?

ATTACK STAIRS

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FOR 1ST DUE TOWER LADDERS AT ROWFRAME, WHAT IS ROOF ACCESS IN PRIORITY ORDER?

1. TOWER LADDER

2. FIRST AERIAL TO ARRIVE

3. ADJOINING, BUT NOT IMMEDIATE ADJOINING BUILDING

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PRIORITY ORDER TO THE ROOF FOR THE 1ST ARRIVING AERIAL AT A ROWFRAME BUILDING?

1ST AERIAL LADDER

2ND AERIAL LADDER

ADJOINING BUILDING BUT NOT IMMEDIATE ADJOINING

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AT CAST IRON/MILL LOFT BUILDINGS, WHAT IS ROOF ACCESS IN PRIORITY ORDER?

1.ADJOINING BUILDING
2.AERIAL LADDER
3.FIRE ESCAPE

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FOR A TOP FLOOR FIRE IN A BROWNSTONE, WHERE IS THE AERIAL LADDER POSITIONED FOR ROOF ACCESS?

ADJOINING BUILDING

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THE 1ST ARRIVING LADDER, AN AERIAL LADDER AT BROWNSTONE TYPE BUILDING HAS THESE OPTIONS, IN PRIORITY ORDER, OF ROOF ACCESS?

1. FIRST AERIAL

2. SECOND AERIAL

3. ADJOINING BUILDING

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CAST IRON/MILL LOFT ROOF ACCESS?

CAST IRON/MILL LOFT ROOF ACCESS:

ADJOINING BUILDING
AERIAL LADDER
FIRE ESCAPE

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THE 1ST ARRIVING LADDER, AN AERIAL LADDER AT BROWNSTONE TYPE BUILDING HAS THESE OPTIONS, IN PRIORITY ORDER, OF ROOF ACCESS?

1. FIRST AERIAL

2. SECOND AERIAL

3. ADJOINING BUILDING

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AT A HRFPMD HOW DOES THE 1ST DUE ROOF MAN GET TO THE APT ABOVE W/KO CURTAIN-HALLIGAN-HYDRA RAM?

ELEVATOR 2 FLOORS BELOW THEN PROCEEDS ABOVE VIA ATTACK STAIRS

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IN ROWFRAME BUILDINGS WHAT IS THE ROOF ACCESS IN PRIORITY ORDER?

1. AERIAL LADDER

2. 2ND DUE AERIAL LADDER

3. ADJOINING, BUT NOT IMMEDIATE ADJOINING BUILDING

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AT A HIGH RISE OFFICE FIRE, THE 3RD DUE TRUCK IS RESPONSIBLE FOR GOING TO THE FLOOR ABOVE THE FIRE. HOW WOULD THE 3RD DUE TRUCK CORRECTLY GET TO THE FLOOR ABOVE?

•TAKE ELEVATOR TO 2 FLOORS BELOW FIRE FLOOR THEN TAKE ANY STAIR OTHER THAN THE ATTACK STAIR TO THE FLOOR ABOVE

5.1 The third arriving ladder company shall:
A. Report to the ICP .
1. Determine if the fire floor has been verified by either the 1st or 2nd arriving ladder company.
2. Obtain an elevator that provides the safest access to the fire area and place the car on "Firemen Service."
3. Proceed to a floor at least two floors below the fire floor
B. Upon arriving at the floor below the fire, obtain as much information as possible from the 1st or 2nd arriving ladder company OR by a rapid survey or reconnaissance of this floor and stairway serving it. Signs posted in elevator lobbies ("YOU ARE HERE" signs) can also be used for such familiarization.
The officer and members shall then:
1. Determine the number of stairways serving the fire floor and the floor above.
2. Proceed to the floor above the fire via a stairway other than the attack stairway.
3. Determine which stairway is the best stairway to be used by the occupants for evacuation and advise the ICP.
4. Examine the floor above the fire and report to the ICP the following: a. The heat and smoke conditions. b. The status of the evacuation. c. Any extension of the fire. d. Presence of Access Stairs - down to fire floor or upward to floor above.
5. Examine all stairways for occupants and smoke condition.
6. Remove all occupants from the attack stairway for a reasonable distance above the fire floor and prevent its use by the occupants.
7. If difficulty is encountered in clearing the attack stairway of occupants, the officer shall advise the first arriving ladder company or the Fire Sector Supervisor or Fire Branch Director if established, to withhold the attack until the occupants have been safely removed.
8. Conduct a primary search of the floor above the fire.

C. When operations are completed on the floor above the fire, the officer shall report to the Fire Sector Supervisor/Branch Director either physically or via HT.

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AT HIGH RISE OFFICE BUILDING FIRES THE 4TH DUE LADDER IS ASSIGNED TO THE ROOF, HOW DOES THE 4TH DUE LADDER GET TO THE ROOF?

•BLIND SHAFT ELEVATOR
•NO BLIND SHAFT ELEVATOR THEN 2 FLOORS BELOW & TAKES ANY STAIR EXCEPT THE ATTACK STAIRS TO THE ROOF

8.6.1 The Fourth arriving ladder company shall:
A. Report to the ICP.
1. Each member shall be equipped with an extra SCBA cylinder.
2. Obtain an elevator that provides the safest access to the roof.
a. If the fire is on a floor that is not serviced by the high-rise bank of elevators, the high-rise bank will be used if it is in a blind shaft.
b. If the fire is on a floor that is serviced by the high-rise bank of elevators, they shall proceed to a location below the fire floor and then use a stairway other than the attack stairway to proceed to the roof. If the high-rise bank of elevators is used, assign a member equipped with a HT to operate the "Firemen Service" elevator until relieved.

B. Upon arrival at the roof area, the officer shall:
1. Report the following conditions to the IC.
a. Smoke and heat conditions in the area and in the stairways.
b. The presence of any building occupants.
c. All means available for roof ventilation, especially over stairways and elevator shafts.
d. Any unusual conditions.
e. Fire or occupants at windows visible from roof.
C. Not undertake roof ventilation unless ordered by the Incident Commander.
D. Determine the identification of all stairways and elevator shafts so that when ordered, the correct ventilation can be carried out.
E. Conduct a primary search of the top five floors.
F. Remove any occupants to a safe area or assure the occupants that they are safe to remain where they are.
G. Remain in the roof area to monitor and report any changing condition until otherwise ordered by the IC.
H. A logical assignment after roof operations would be the upper floors of elevator bank serving the fire floor.
I. Operate under the control of the IC until the SAE Group is established. They shall then operate under the command of the SAE Group Supervisor.

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AT A FLAT ROOF PRIVATE DWELLING THE 1ST DUE ROOF MAN MUST GET TO THE ROOF WITH A HALLIGAN, 6FT HALLIGAN HOOK & LSR. HOW DOES HE GET TO THE ROOF?

•AERIAL LADDER
•TOWER LADDER
•PORTABLE LADDER
•ATTACHED ADJOINING BUILDING:
A.WOOD BUILDING:SCISSOR LADDER TO ADJOINING BUT NOT IMMEDIATE ADJOINING
B.BRICK BUILDING:BUILDING THAT OFFERS EASIEST ACCESS TO ROOF

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AT HRO HOW DOES THE 3RD DUE TRUCK GET TO THE FLOOR ABOVE THE FIRE FLOOR?

•ANY STAIR OTHER THAN THE ATTACK STAIRS

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WHAT IS THE PRIORITY ORDER OF ROOF ACCESS AT A PEAKED ROOF PRIVATE DWELLING?

•TOWER LADDER
•AERIAL LADDER
•PORTABLE LADDER

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