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In order for search and rescue operations to be effective, searches must be ____ and ____.

rapid ; thorough

1

The act of locating, inside a structure, victims who are not able to selfexit.

SEARCH

2

A rapid and effective search of the fire bldg, either before or during fire suppression operations, for victims who have not exited the bldg.

PRIMARY SEARCH

3

A thorough and systematic search of the fire bldg, conducted after the primary search, for any victims still in the bldg.

SECONDARY SEARCH

4

The removal of a victim who cannot self-exit.

RESCUE

5

The removal of a victim who CAN self exit.

EVACUATION

6

Within ICS, what is the difference between Groups and Divisions

Groups-always responsible for a specific functional assignment

Division-responsible for any task within a defined geographical area (search and rescue, fire attack, check for extension)

7

What is a critical component of fire scene safety and efficiency?

Good communication

8

As a communication tool, what are potential problems using the radio

1. Can provide a false sense of security
2. Sometimes teams are unable to get air time when needed
3. Dead Spots in bldgs block transmissions
4. Potential for being on the wrong TAC channel

9

What does OATH stand for

Ok - 1 tug on rope
Advance - 2 tugs on rope
Take-up - 3 tugs on rope
Help - 4 tugs on rope

10

Which coupling is followed to exit

Male coupling - practice reading the coupling with gloves donned

11

Preparation for _____ ___ _____ begins before any ______ are received

search and rescue; alarms

12

A great exercise to run through with the crew on a typical EMS run, inspection, or service call is for the _____ to have the _____ guess the location of the _____ as they walk up to the house or business.

officer; crew; stairs

13

Prior to the alarm (responding), listen to the dispatch and key in on what information is being given. Combine what you hear with what you know, such as:

1. Time of day/Day of week
2. Type of occupancy
3. Season
4. Weather conditions

14

Firefighters approaching an emergency scene should employ a process of ______ __ ______ for search and rescue.

reading the building

15

What are the means to address life safety in an action plan

1. Primary/Secondary Search
2. Fire Extinguishment / Ventilation
3. Determine when Search and Rescue is needed

16

What are the 3 ways to implement search and rescue when determining if it's needed.

1. Protect the victims in place
2. Provide a means of self evacuation for the victims
3. Locate, protect, and remove unconscious victims

17

What is the rule of thumb for starting a search

Search as close as possible to the fire, where viable victims may be and then work back towards the non IDLH area

18

When is the dangers to residential occupants typically the greatest

Between 10pm - 6 am (during sleep)

19

When searching residential occupancies at night, where do focus on the search for victims

Sleeping areas
Escape routes from bedrooms to exits
Just short of exits
Behind doors or below windows

20

In commercial occupancies, occupant loads are greater during what time?

8am - 8pm

21

Commercial occupants tend to ____ the same way they entered due to ____ or lack of _____.

exit; habit; familiarity

22

On the fire floor, the primary strategy in search and rescue is to ______ _____ ___ ____

quickly extinguish the fire

23

What are the 6 search methods?

Perimeter Search
Hoseline Search
Rope Search
Oriented Search
Wide-open Occupancy Search
Commercial Structure Search

24

What is the most common type of search method

Perimeter Search

25

Which search method can serve as a means of orientation or egress.

Hoseline Search

26

Which search method is used to be a guide while searching, maintaining orientation and facilitating egress.

Rope Search

27

Name the 4 search techniques

TIC
Flashlight Sweep
Follow the leader
Spread out/perpindicular
Marking doors and rooms

28

What are the 3 types of flashlights and their uses for the flashlight sweep search technique

Mag light - for general search
Big beam (orange rechargeable from the rigs) - lighting up exitways
Personal lights - for lighting up the crew

29

Always conduct a search with a _____ _____ of ______ in mind.

secondary means; escape

30

Search for adults and children ______. Adults will try to _____and are more likely to be found in ____ _____ and near _____ and _____.

differently; escape; exit paths; doors / windows

31

Whenever you find an adult, ______ do a _____ ______ sweep ______ them.

ALWAYS; 360 degree; around

32

Adults will try and _____ and children may _____ from the fire and thus from the searching firefighters.

escape; hide

33

What is communicated with command following your mayday

Who I am/the team I'm on
My problem
My current location/where I entered
My needs
How much air I have
I am taking the 'following' actions...(activating my PASS, following the nearest coupling out, using my rope bag)