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A standardized systematic approach is key in reducing _____, improving _____, ultimately ______ ______ of what can be a very chaotic situation.

stress; safety; gaining control

1

Based on Tactics II, what are the strategic options

Offensive; Transitional; Defensive

2

How is the critical flow rate calculated

Dividing the square footage of the involved fire area by three

3

What are the 4 supply operations

Forward Lay; Reverse Lay; Tying Tight; Delegating to another company

4

What are the fire attack methods

Direct; Indirect; Combination; with a current practice of direct

5

What are the 5 steps of the NFA Communication Model

1. Get attention of the intended receiver
2. Send the message
3. The receiver gets the message
4. The receiver interprets the message and repeats is back to the sender
5. Sender confirms that the message has been received and understood

6

Always coordinate _____ with ____ ____.

ventilation; fire attack

7

PPV Ventilation should only be utilized when the _____ _____ is ____ or under _____.

fire's location; known; control

8

With regards to Life Hazard, fires in ______ _____, kill a _______ number of _____

commercial bldgs; disproportionate; FFs

9

With regards to Life Hazards, where are victims found in residences?
36%
33%
22%
5%
3%

36% found in the escape path
33% found in bed
22% are unable to react (intoxication)
5% found where they attempted to extinguish the fire
3% found in irrational places (closet)

10

What type of building has the front door in center of front side; bedrooms opposite garage; kitchen straight back

Single family ramble

11

What type of bldg has front door and stairwell at the center ofthe house, bedrooms generally upstairs, kitchen and family room straight back from the front door

Single Family multiple floors

12

Under Tactics II, where does the first line go in a single family multiple floor fire. Where do the 2nd and 3rd lines go

-1st line to the lowest involved floor
-2nd backup the first
-3rd upper floors IF other lines are making progress

13

Per Tactics II, what type of building has shared exterior entrances (exterior hallway or landing shared with other tenants). Single story per unit, usually without garages and may have a common attic.

Garden Apts

14

Per Tactics II, what type of bldg has a single entrance, no shared walkways or balconies, multiple stories each residence, common to have a garage and may have common attic space.

Townhomes

15

Per Tactics II, what type of building has one main entrance with one or two doors on the end of the building with at least two stairwells.

Center Hallway Apartments

16

What are the biggest hazard issues of the Center Hallway Apts

High life hazard, numerous alarms, rapid fire extension via exterior, heavy smoke conditions in hallway during working fire

17

Deploying an attack line from the standpipe below the fire floor allows:

an escape route for firefighters

18

In Commercial Structures, fires will require higher ____ ____.

fire flows

19

In large area bldgs, re-evaluate the _____ _____ if progress is not ______ within a reasonable amount of time (________) after initial ____ ____.

fire attack; indicated; 10 minutes; fire attack

20

The first arriving unit ____ ___ ____ for the entire incident.

sets the stage

21

Division and Groups provide for additional _____ and _______ of FFs

safety; accountability

22

Divisions are _____

geographical

23

Groups are

functional

24

When is the timing for establishing divisions/groups? The best time to transition is when ____ _____ _____ _____ is assigned to an ____, or a given ____.

more than one resource; area (division); task (group)

25

Per Tactics II, what information is collected during a Mayday

1. Who's involved
2. What happened
3. Where located
4. When will air supply become a factor
5. How can we best help
6. Determin the local conditions