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1

Which class of standpipe system is intended solely for use by fire fighters?

I

Class l FF use only
Class II occupant only
Class III both

2

On a NFPA 704 symbol, which number represents the highest hazard?

4

3

When conducting a fire inspection, where should the inspection begin?

At the exterior of the building



On the bottom floor



On the top floor



It is up to the owner

At the exterior of the building

4

When a life-threatening hazard is discovered during an inspection, correction must occur __________.

within 72 hours



immediately



within 7 days



within a reasonable time period

Immediately

5

When non-life-threatening hazards cause failure of an inspection, a follow-up inspection should be conducted within _____ days.

7



14



30



45

30

6

A ______________ is defined as an itemized summary of estimated or intended revenues and expenditures.

fiscal analysis



budget



revenue plan



financial plan

Budget

7

What is the first step in the budget process?

Differentiation of capital and consumable items



Shadow analysis of prior period expenditures



Efficiency determination of goods versus services



Identification of needs and required resources

* Planning; Identification of needs and required resources


Preparing
* Implementing
* Monitoring
* Evaluating
* Revisiting

8

Which purchasing process is best suited for complex, technical items?

Purchase order



Requisition



Request for proposal



Bid by specifications

Request for proposal

9

Which NFPA standard pertains to an emergency services Incident Management System?***

1451



1500



1561



1600

NFPA 1561***

10

Which of the following is one of the three immediate command functions that must be accomplished as part of the first-arriving fire officers initial radio report?

Managing resources



Setting the action plan



Providing scene safety



Coordinating with outside agencies

Setting the action plan

11

When conducting an incident review for a building fire, the process should begin with ________________.

the initial 911 call



a review of the building



the first-arriving fire officer



the first officer to enter the structure

A review of the building

12

According to the Rules of Engagement, who makes the final decision regarding whether to proceed with an assigned objective?

The company tasked with achieving the objective



The safety officer



The operations chief



The incident commander

The company tasked with achieving the objective

13

Do not risk your life for lives or property that cannot be saved is which Rule of Engagement?

3

14

What is Rule 4 of the Rules of Engagement?

Observe the benchmarks of air management.



Maintain continuous awareness of fire conditions.



Extend limited risk to protect savable property.



Look for and respond to changes in the situation.

Extend limited risk to protect savable property.

15

90. According to the Rules of Engagement, a mayday should be declared if a fire fighter becomes separated from his or her partner and reconnection is not accomplished after _____ radio attempts.

3

16

93. Which Rule of Engagement focuses primarily on maintaining crew integrity?

6

17

94. A single fire fighter entering a structure alone is a violation of which Rule of Engagement?

6

18

95. Fire fighters operating inside of an unsavable building is a violation of which Rule of Engagement?

4

19

97. Initiating search and rescue operations in a structure with heavy, black, turbulent smoke pouring from every door and window is a violation of which Rule of Engagement?

3

20

100. Operating inside a hazard zone with no radio communication is a violation of which Rule of Engagement?

8

21

Rules of Engagement for Firefighter Survival

1. Size-Up Your Tactical Area of Operation.
2. Determine the Occupant Survival Profile.
3. DO NOT Risk Your Life for Lives or Property That Can Not Be Saved.
4. Extend LIMITED Risk to Protect SAVABLE Property.
5. Extend Vigilant and Measured Risk to Protect and Rescue SAVABLE Lives.
6. Go in Together, Stay Together, Come Out Together.
7. Maintain Continuous Awareness of Your Air Supply, Situation, Location and Fire Conditions.
8. Constantly Monitor Fireground Communications for Critical Radio Reports.
9. You Are Required to Report Unsafe Practices or Conditions That Can Harm You. Stop, Evaluate and Decide.
10. You Are Required to Abandon Your Position and Retreat Before Deteriorating Conditions Can Harm You.
11. Declare a May Day As Soon As You THINK You Are in Danger.

22

5 components of NIMS

1. Preparedness
2. Communications and Information Management,
3. Resource Management,
4. Command and Management,
5. Ongoing Management and Maintenance.

23

91. What is Rule 6 of the Rules of Engagement?

Maintain situational awareness through air management.



Constantly monitor communications for critical information.



Go in together, stay together, come out together.



Situational awareness is everyone’s responsibility

Go in together, stay together, come out together.

24

99. SCBA air supply management is a primary focus of which Rule of Engagement?

7

25

What are the two components to an IAP

1. Development of appropriate strategy
2. Development of tactics to accomplish the strategy

26

6 Steps to a pre incident plan

1. Identify Physical elements & Site considerations
2. Identify occupant considerations
3. Identify fire protection systems & water supply
4. Identify Special Hazards
5. Identify emergency operation considerations
6. Identify Special or Unusual Characteristics of common occupancy

27

Rules of Engagement for Firefighter Survival

1. Size‐Up Your Tactical Area of Operation.
2. Determine the Occupant Survival Profile.
3. DO NOT Risk Your Life for Lives or Property That Can Not Be Saved.
4. Extend LIMITED Risk to Protect SAVABLE Property.
5. Extend Vigilant and Measured Risk to Protect and Rescue SAVABLE Lives.
6. Go in Together, Stay Together, Come Out Together
7. Maintain Continuous Awareness of Your Air Supply, Situation, Location and Fire Conditions.
8. Constantly Monitor Fireground Communications for Critical Radio Reports.
9. You Are Required to Report Unsafe Practices or Conditions That Can Harm You. Stop, Evaluate and Decide.
10. You Are Required to Abandon Your Position and Retreat Before Deteriorating Conditions Can Harm You.
11. Declare a May Day As Soon As You THINK You Are in

28

3. Which type of code applies to existing buildings?






Building



Fire



Construction



Plan

Fire

29

5. A code developed by a standards-developing organization that is made available for adoption by authorities having jurisdiction is a(n) __________.



ordinance



standard



reference



model code

model code

30

13. A restaurant is an example of which type of occupancy?




Business



Industrial



Mercantile



Assembly

Assembly