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01 A company officer who is instructed to “10-3” by the Borough Dispatcher would be correct to?
Select one:
a. Call the dispatcher by telephone
b. Call their quarters
c. Return t o their quarters

(Communications Chap. 8)
The correct answer is: Call the dispatcher by telephone

2

02 Engine 302 has been relieved from a fire outside of their assigned response area. To place the unit in service the officer should transmit would signal?
Select one:
a. 10-8 Code 1
b. 10-8
c. 10-8 Code 2

(Communications Chap. 8) (10-8 Code 1 is used by Chiefs when leaving qtrs. Other than their own)
The correct answer is: 10-8 Code 2

3

03 Engine 22 has just extinguished a small area brush fire in a local playground. No other units were required at this fire. The officer of Engine 22 would be correct to transmit which code?
Select one:
a. 10-19, 10-21
b. 10-18, 10-22
c. 10-18, 10-21
d. 10-19, 10-22

(Communications Chap. 8)
The correct answer is: 10-19, 10-21

4

04 The Bronx dispatcher has just requested that Ladder 17 “10-11”. Ladder 17 would be correct to take which action?
Select one:
a. Count from 1 to 11 for a radio test
b. Provide a preliminary report for the responding Battalion Chief
c. Repeat their last message
d. Stand by

(Communications Chap. 8)
The correct answer is: Count from 1 to 11 for a radio test

5

05 Engine 153 and Ladder 77 have just extinguished a car fire. The car has been stripped of all doors and wheels and has out of state license plates. The officers would be correct to transmit which one of the following codes?
Select one:
a. –com- (Communications Chap. 8) (10-24 for any car with plates or value greater than salvage)
b. 10-23
c. 10-24

The correct answer is: 10-24

6

06 Units arrive at the scene of a reported manhole fire and find smoke issuing from the manhole under pressure. The first arriving unit would be correct to advise the dispatcher that they are operating at a 10-25 with which code?
Select one:
a. Code 2
b. Code 4
c. Code 1
d. Code 3

(Communications Chap. 8) (Code 2 for blown manhole cover(s) or smoke issuing under pressure)
The correct answer is: Code 2

7

07 Which choice below would be the correct signal to transmit for an incinerator fire that has not extended from the shaft? (Communications Chap. 8)
Select one:
a. 10-32
b. 10-27
c. 10-29

(Communications Chap. 8)
The correct answer is: 10-27

10-27 Compactor or Incinerator Fire
Fire has not extended from compactor or shaft.

10-32 Defective Oil Burner
Fire has not extended from the firebox.

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08 Queens units have just extinguished a train car that was on fire in an underground subway station. Which choice below should be transmitted for this fire?
Select one:
a. 10-28 Code 3
b. 10-28 Code 2
c. 10-28 Code 1
d. 10-28 No Code

(Communications Chap. 8) (Code 2 for non-structural fires in the subway (train fire, fire on the tracks, etc.)
The correct answer is: 10-28 Code 2

9

09 A “10-31” should be transmitted for all but which one of the following incidents?
Select one:
a. A lock-out
b. A stuck elevator
c. A medical assignment that FDNY units did not perform patient care
d. A highway incident in which FDNY units blocked traffic for EMS

(Communications Chap. 8) (10-31 for calls for assistance other than medical assignments)
The correct answer is: A medical assignment that FDNY units did not perform patient care

10

10 Lt. Rob and his engine company arrive at the scene of an odor of smoke and find a nearby barbecue caused the smoke condition. Lt. Rob should transmit which one of the following codes?
Select one:
a. 10-33 Code 1
b. 10-33 Code 2

(Communications Chap. 8) (Code 1-odor of smoke, Code 2- any other type of odor)
The correct answer is: 10-33 Code 1

11

11 Engine 242 responded to a sprinkler activation caused by a surge in pressure in the system. The officer of this unit should transmit a “10-34” with which one of the following codes?
Select one:
a. Code 4
b. Code 1
c. Code 3
d. Code 2

(Communications Chap. 8) (
The correct answer is: Code 2

12

12 An engine and ladder respond to a Class 3 alarm in a private dwelling. Upon arrival they determine the alarm was due to a low battery condition. The officers would be correct to transmit which signal?
Select one:
a. 10-35 Code 4
b. 10-35 No Code
c. 10-35 Code 1
d. 10-35 Code 3
e. 10-35 Code 2

(Communications Chap. 8) (low battery is a “No Code”)
The correct answer is: 10-35 No Code

13

13 Engine 292 and Ladder 154 operated at a motor vehicle accident in which there were no injuries but the ladder company used their Hurst tool to remove the driver’s door in order for the occupant to be removed. These units should now transmit which code for this accident?
Select one:
a. 10-36 Code 4
b. 10-36 Code 3
c. 10-36 Code 1
d. 10-36 Code 2

(Communications Chap. 8) (Code 4- accident, with or without injuries, with a trapped victim requiring extrication)
The correct answer is: 10-36 Code 4

14

14 Captain Kennedy and her engine company respond to an EMS run and find an elderly female with minor burns to her arm. The patient states she received the burns from her stove burner while cooking. Captain Kennedy would be correct to now transmit which code?
Select one:
a. 10-37 Code 2
b. 10-45
c. 10-37 Code 4
d. 10-37 Code 3

(Communications Chap. 8) (10-45 with appropriate sub-code for thermal burns due to heat from a flame)
The correct answer is: 10-45

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15 What signal should be transmitted by a unit that operated at a carbon monoxide emergency with readings of 19 ppm found in an apartment?
Select one:
a. 10-38 Code 1
b. 10-38 Code 4
c. 10-38 Code 2
d. 10-38 Code 3

(Communications Chap. 8) (Code 3 for more than 9ppm)
The correct answer is: 10-38 Code 3

10-38 Carbon Monoxide Response
Any type of Carbon Monoxide Response
Code 1: Detector Activation: Carbon Monoxide Investigation (low battery,
defective detector, unwarranted alarm, etc.)
Code 2: Detector Activation: Carbon Monoxide Incident (CO Meter
Reading of 1-9ppm)
Code 3: Detector Activation: Carbon Monoxide Emergency (CO Meter
Reading of greater than 9ppm)
Code 4: No Detector Activation: Carbon Monoxide Incident or Emergency
(Specify) e.g.: no detector present in affected area, detector present
in affected area, but did not activate.

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16 While performing BISP Ladder 116 assists a civilian who is having chest pains. In order to request an ambulance to their location Ladder 116 should transmit which one of the following signals?
Select one:
a. 10-44
b. 10-47
c. 10-48

(Communications Chap. 8)
The correct answer is: 10-44

17

17 An engine and ladder just extinguished a car fire on Woodhaven Blvd. The car was unoccupied at the time of the fire and the officers feel the fire was suspicious. Which code should be transmitted to notify the Bureau of Fire Investigation?
Select one:
a. 10-41 Code 3
b. 10-41 Code 1
c. 10-41 Code 2
d. 10-41 Code 4

(Communications Chap. 8) (Code 3 for unoccupied vehicles)
The correct answer is: 10-41 Code 3

18

18 A fire victim who is deemed to be an “Orange” tag by EMS is considered to be a 10-45 with which code?
Select one:
a. Code 4
b. Code 2
c. Code 3
d. Code 1

(Communications Chap. 8) (Orange/Yellow tag victims are a Code 3)
The correct answer is: Code 3

19

19 Engine 230 arrives first for a fire out of a window on the 7th floor of a 10 story high rise apartment building. The officer of this company should transmit which code?
Select one:
a. 10-77
b. 10-75
c. 10-76

(Communications Chap. 8)
The correct answer is: 10-77

20

20 Units operating at the scene of a child struck by a car are being harassed by civilians and require an immediate police response. Which signal should they transmit to request police?
Select one:
a. 10-13
b. 10-47
c. 10-48
d. 10-44

(Communications Chap. 8) (10-48 for PD assistance when members are being harassed)
The correct answer is: 10-48