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1

when is an incident terminated?

once emergency personnel and investigative authorities have left the scene or the property has returned to the possession of the owner. p292

2

the environment within a structure fire can exceed ___ degrees F within three to four minutes

500 p292

3

flashover can occur at what degrees and timeframe?

1,110 within five minutes p 292

4

human survivability limit is what temperature?

212 degrees F p292

5

this is the stages of fire at which all surfaces and objects within a space have been heated to their ignition temperature, and flame breaks out almost at once over the surface of all objects in the space.

flashover p 292

6

this is a system that optimizes the utilization of all available resources, personnel, procedures, and equipment in order to promote safety and improve operational efficiency

Crew resource management (CRM) p 293

7

crew resource management originated in what industry?

air transport p293

8

any factors that interfere with communications, situational awareness, decision making, and teamwork.

barriers p 293

9

______ is designed to create a culture or climate of freedom in which personnel are encouraged to contribute to the safety and goals of mitigating the incident.

CRM-crew resource management p293

10

this is used in assisting personnel in identifying the first indicator of error occurring: the discrepancy between what is happening and should be happening.

CRM-crew resource management p293

11

In 2010, which section of the IAFC released its initial draft of rules of engagement for structural firefighting-increasing firefighter survival?

the safety, health, and survival section p293

12

extended limited risk to protect _____

savable property p 294

13

extend vigilant and measured risk to protect and rescue ______

savable lives p294

14

this is the basis for safe and efficient incident scene management?

the ICS p 295

15

NIMS is required to be used as a result of what?

Presidential Directive 5 p295

16

the act of directing, ordering, and/or controlling resources by virtue of explicit legal, agency, or delegated authority.

command p 296

17

PIO, safety officer, and liaison officer are all part of what?

command staff p 296

18

incident management personnel who report directly to the incident commander

command staff p 296

19

incident management personnel who represent the major functional sections

general staff p296

20

organizational level having responsibility for a major functional area of incident management which includes operations, planning, logistics, finance/administration and information and intelligence.

sections p296

21

organizational level having functional/geographic responsibility for major segments of incidents operations, organizationally located between section and division or group. also identified by roman numeral or functional area (such as command, operations)

branch 297

22

branches are identified by

roman numeral or functional area such as command or operations p 297

23

organizational level having responsibility for operations within a geographic area, organizationally between branch and single resources, task force, or strike team.

division p 297

24

a branch is organizationally located between ___

section or division or group p297

25

this organizational level is identified by roman numerals or functions areas such as command or operations

branch p 297

26

this organizational level is located between branch and signal resources, task force, or strike team.

division p 297

27

resources assigned to a division report to who

division supervisor p 297

28

this is an organizational level equal to division, having responsibility for a specified functional assignment at an incident such as ventilation, salvage, water supply, without regard to specific geographical area.

group p297

29

this organizational level does not have a geographical area.

group p297

30

when a groups assigned function has been completed what should happen.

it becomes available for reassignment p 297

31

organizational level that has a defined geographic area

division p 297

32

what is the difference between division and group

division is a defined geographic area and group does not have a specific geographical area. p 297

33

resources, documentation, demobilization, and situation units are examples of a _________

unit p. 297

34

organizational level within the sections that fulfill specific support functions, such as the resources, documentation, demobilization, and situation units within the planning sections.

unit p. 297

35

ventilation, salvage, and water supply are all examples of a ____-

group p 297

36

specified number of personnel assembled for an assignment, such as search, ventilation, or hose line deployment and operations.

crew p 297`

37

a crew operates under the direct supervision of who

a crew leader p 297

38

individual pieces of apparatus, engines, ladders/trucks, water tenders, bulldozers, air tankers, helicopters, and the personnel required to make them functional

single resources p 297

39

combination of resources (engines, ladders/trucks, bulldozers) assembled for a specific mission or operational assignment.

task force p297

40

once a task force's tactical objective has been met,, what happens

the force is disbanded individual resources are reassigned or released. p 297

41

difference between task force and strike team leaders

task force must have common communications capabilities and a designated leader. strike team must have common communications and lead must be in a separate vehicle. p 297

42

set number of resources of the same kind and type (engines, ladders/trucks, bulldozers) that have established a minimum number of personnel. the leader is in a separate vehicle

strike team p 297

43

unlike task forces, strike team do what throughout an incident.

strike teams remain together and function as a team through out an incident. p 297

44

this is necessary when an incident involves or threatens to involve more than one jurisdiction or agency.

a unified command p. 297

45

when may a unified command be appropriate within a single jurisdiction.

if multiple agencies are affected. p 298

46

in this command structure, representatives of all affected agencies or jurisdictions share the command responsibilities and decisions.

unified command structure p. 298

47

this type of command allows these individuals to interface with those who have the operational expertise required to resolve an incident.

unified command p298

48

NFPA 1561

standard for fire department incident management system p299

49

which NFPA standard requires the fire officer 1 to be able to develop an initial action plan.

NFPA 1021 p 299

50

this establishes the overall strategic decisions and assigned tactical objectives for an incident.

Incident action plan p 299

51

what determine the transfer of the command process

organizational policies p299

52

what type of IAP will be required for long duration events

a formal written IAP p299

53

which section can assist with the development of the IAP

planning section p 299