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45. Which of the following NFPA® standards provides guidelines for design and installation of smoke and heat venting equipment?
NFPA® 80



NFPA® 204



NFPA® 402



NFPA® 472

NFPA 204***

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28. Which of the following BEST describes why preincident surveys should not be conducted alongside inspections?

NFPA® 1620 discourages it.



Property management may not be as cooperative.



Company officers are more likely to miss crucial items.



The company officer mandates them to occur separately.

Property management may not be as cooperative.

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82. Which of the following NFPA® standards addresses two-in/two-out and initial rapid intervention crew (IRIC) procedures?

NFPA® 1001



NFPA® 1031



NFPA® 1500



NFPA® 1581

NFPA 1500

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2. The majority of model code families relating to buildings and fire safety in North America are based on use of the building or structure and:

occupancy type.



construction materials



age and condition of the structure.



built-in fire detection and suppression systems.

occupancy type.***

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3. The three contents-hazard classifications of occupancies by NFPA 5000® and NFPA® 1 are:

low, medium, and high.



low, ordinary, and high.



slow, moderate, and fast.



slow, moderate, and extreme

low, ordinary, and high

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5. The OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) (Subpart Z, Toxic and Hazardous Substances, 29 CFR 1910.1200) requires employers to identify hazards in the workplace, as well as train:

employees how to recognize those hazards.



responders how to recognize those hazards.



employees which specific identification system to use.



responders in identifying and understanding the hazard.

employees how to recognize those hazards.

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7. Which of the following BEST describes the U.S. and Canadian Safety Color Codes?

Provides clear markings for means of ingress and egress



Denotes the level of risk associated with a facility’s interior finishes



Used to determine the exact nature of hazardous material found in an occupancy



Can provide clues to the nature of hazardous materials in buildings and facilities

Can provide clues to the nature of hazardous materials in buildings and facilities

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25. The standard mounting height for a portable fire extinguisher with a gross weight not exceeding 40 pounds (18 kg) is:

Top not more than 2 feet (600 mm) above floor.



Top not more than 3 feet (900 mm) above floor.



Top not more than 4 feet (1.2 m) above floor.



Top not more than 5 feet (1.5 m) above floor.

Top not more than 5 feet (1.5 m) above floor.

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28. Which of the following BEST describes why preincident surveys should not be conducted alongside inspections?

NFPA® 1620 discourages it.



Property management may not be as cooperative.



Company officers are more likely to miss crucial items.



The company officer mandates them to occur separately.

Property management may not be as cooperative.**

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29. Building codes: ***

enforce existing preincident plans.



determine resale value of a building.



regulate the construction of government structures.



define the type of construction used to build structures.

define the type of construction used to build structures.****

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35. Assigning duties for unit members and ensuring availability of necessary survey documents are processes that should be completed:

during the preincident survey.



after the written report is submitted.



when preparing for a preincident survey.



at the conclusion of the preincident survey.

when preparing for a preincident survey.

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36. preincident survey?

What type of insurance does the occupant have?



What potential hazards to firefighter safety exist?



What is the fire extinguisher maintenance schedule?



What is the history of code violations in the structure?

What potential hazards to firefighter safety exist?

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43. Unless organizational policy dictates otherwise, the starting point for the interior survey is:

defined in NFPA® 1620.



identified in OSHA regulations.



a matter of personal preference.



up to the building owner/occupant

a matter of personal preference.**

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84. In Laymans RECEO-VS model, overhaul is a term used to describe:

limiting fire to the area of origin.



replacing contaminated atmosphere.



making a scene secure from rekindle.



identifying life-safety aspects at scene.

making a scene secure from rekindle.

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99. Which of the following is one of the three primary components that defines the range, scope, and tasks of a fire officers supervisory activities?

Resource management



The needs of the department



Tradition/past practice



The municipality’s personnel regulations

The municipality’s personnel regulations*****

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Four categories of psychomotor skills

1. Initial
2. Plateau
3. Latency
4. Mastery

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4. The NFPA® 704 standard includes the widely recognized method for indicating the presence of _____ at commercial, manufacturing, institutional, or other fixed-storage facilities.
marking systems
emergency plans
hazardous materials
portable fire extinguishers

hazardous materials

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6. The two most common types of Canadian Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) labels are:
supplier and storage.
workplace and hazard.
supplier and workplace.
workplace and container.

supplier and workplace.

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9. Which of following is created through documentation for every occupancy that the organization inspects?
Field sketches
Inspection history
Code requirements
Liability limitations

Inspection history

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11. Regardless of the type of system or means of activation, all fire detection/signaling systems must:
meet ANSI Z535.1 safety color codes.
be labeled with correct product identifier.
meet NFPA® 72, National Fire Alarm Code®.
use the International Code Council (ICC) codes

meet NFPA® 72, National Fire Alarm Code®.

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14. The purpose of a(an) ___ is to increase the capability of providing detailed information to occupants and/or emergency responders who are on the premises.
central station system
auxiliary alarm system
coded remote station system
emergency voice/alarm communications system

emergency voice/alarm communications system

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17. Which of the following public fire alarm systems are necessary in jurisdictions with a large call volume to prevent being inundated by fire calls?
Type A
Type B
Class I
Class II

Type A

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20. Which of the following fire extinguishing systems is used MOST often where rapid extinguishment is required but reignition is unlikely?
Dry-pipe system
Wet-pipe system
Dry chemical systems
Wet chemical systems

Dry chemical systems

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22. Halogenated agent systems are principally effective on which classes of fires?
Class A and Class B
Class B and Class C
Class C and Class D
Class D and Class K

Class B and Class C

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32. Which type of roof may use bowstring trusses as main supporting members?
Flat
Dome
Arched
Pitched

Arched

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34. B.Electrical systems
Door hardware
Rugs and floor coverings
Furniture and accessories

Door hardware

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52. Which of the following types of facility survey drawings shows side views of structures that depict the number of floors in a building?
Plot plans
Elevations
Floor plans
Dimensions

Elevations

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55. According to the NFPA®, the upper human survivability limit is approximately:
120° F (49° C)
212° F (100° C)
500° F (260° C)
1,110° F (599° C)

212° F (100° C)

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74. Which of the following fuel types are classified as Class A fires?

Cellulose type fuels
Energized electrical wiring
Flammable/combustible gases
Combustible metals in vehicles

Cellulose type fuels

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75. Class B type fuels include:

combustible metals.
energized electrical wiring.
flammable/combustible liquids.
commercial kitchen deep fat fryer.

flammable/combustible liquids.