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1

SHALL

Mandatory

2

FCC Communication w/IC

Via Admin channel w/o impact

3

Reporting new incident on Channel 1

"PRIORITY TRAFFIC" to report emergencies

4

OOC Response (Not planned need) time

En Route 3 minutes

5

OOC Staffing Issues handled by capt.

A beginning of the shift

6

Mayday reasons

Air Emergency, FF lost, FF life threatening situation

7

Minimum RIC Staffing

2 FFs and a Capt.

8

Air Status Reporting Levels

Operational, Low Air, Off Air

9

AAR Responsibility

IC

10

Staging

Direction of Travel to the scene as instructed and maintain radio silence

11

ROAM (Rule Of Air Management)

Exit prior to Low Air Alarm Activation

12

Road Closure

Purpose of Closure
Duration
Location of ICP
Road to be Closed

13

Capt. Responsibilities to Injured Personnel

Immediate and appropriate pre-hospital care
Notify FCC. All details. No names

14

Rehab minimum rest

10 min

15

Rehab (Individual/Crew)

Enter as a crew

16

Level 2 MCI

15-49

17

MCI 5 Tactical Elements

Command
Hazard Control
Medical Care
Victim Rescue
Victim Welfare

18

Operational Modes

Rescue
Recovery

19

Rescue Tactical Elements

Command
Fire/Hazard Control
Rescue
EMS

20

Rescue Incident Priorities

FF Safety
Victim Access
Medical Treatment
Rescue
Fire/Hazard Control
Hazard Stabilization

21

Physical Rescue Stages

Immediate Rescue Surface Casualties
Exploration/ Rescue from likely survivable places
Selected Debris Removal
General Debris Removal

22

Rope Rescue (high/Low)

45 degrees

23

Trench Competent Person responsibilities

Continuously monitor trench for signs of danger

24

Competent person demonstrates:

Experience/knowledge of soil types
Detect hazardous/cave in conditions
Take prompt corrective action of hazards or stop work
Has a audible evac alarm

25

Trench fall protect

Greater than 20 ft
Water in trench
Working over bell overhang
Permit-required

26

Haz atmosphere O2 concentrations

O2 below 19.5% and above 23.5%

27

Con Space onscene

Type of occupancy or area involved
Pertinent conditions observed
Access instructions/staging

28

Con space size-up

Location of Victims
Nature of the atmosphere within the space
Operational mode
Pertinent info

29

Division responsibilities

All within the division

30

Continuous water supply GPM

400

31

RIC Modes

Standby and Deployment

32

RIC Deployment first search location

Last known location

33

Night flying fire suppression (copter)

Human live are/will be threat
Structures are /will be threat
High suppress cost prevent
Fire behavior within threshold of control
Probability of success high
Objectives/outcome justify the risk

34

Asbestos at a structure fire

Any pre-80.
Respond HIRT
Wet down turnouts and equipment

35

Bomb Threats

No Code
Out of sight of the building occupants
Typically 1/4 mile

36

Radiological incidents Isolation perimeter

A reading no greater than 1 millirem per hour or
DOT recommended
Use dosimeters (1mR/hr)

37

Suspicious packages

Accept NO suspicious package at district facilities
Do Not touch (assess by Haz mat/law enforcement)
Minimum PPE latex gloves
Use appendix 1/2 decision matrix

38

How many people in a Civil Disturbance

3 or more

38

Civil Disturbance Staffing

4 person staffing

39

Civil Disturbance Briefing

Pertinent safety practices
Absence of weapons
Presence of body armor

40

Response to Acts of Violence (TEMS FRO)

Tactical Emergency Medical Support First Responder Operational

41

TEMS Specialist

SWAT members

42

TEMS Technician

First Responders with Advanced Tactical Medicine Training

43

Active Shooter Rescue Task Force (RTF)

Minimum 1 Law Enforcement Officer
2 Firefighters
Operate in warm zone

44

Acts of Violence Operational Zones

COLD ZONE-No threat.
Where support operates
WARM ZONE- Minimal or mitigated threat/RTFs. Law enforce has sole decision to enter.
HOT ZONE- Direct and Immediate threat. Fire DOES NOT operate.


45

SCAB-E

Mnemonic for the medical treatment process that is used in a hazardous area.
Situation, Circulation, Airway, Breathing, Evaluation.

46

Acts of Violence Tactical Elements

Command
Rescue
Medical Group
Force Protection
Victim Welfare

47

Acts of Violence First In Officer operational goals

Establish Unified Command with PD
Establish Comms Plan
Communicate Cold, warm, hot Zones
Develop Fire incident objectives

48

Water Tender Staffing

Two qualified operators. engineers or FFs good for mobile ops
One qualified operator static operations only

49

Air Guard

Contact incident aircraft in emergency situation

50

Two cases for Still Alarm

1. Suddenly come up on emergency
2. Field personnel notified of emergency and need to report

51

Who is responsible to keep or modify comms

IC

52

Who may move tactical radio traffic to the Command channel

IC

53

When is incident named

Declaration of "WORKING"

54

What channel for on scene reports?
Size-up and Progress reports?

Command
So that all personnel can receive them

55

Reporting a New Incident

Command 1 "Priority Traffic"

56

Reporting incident Emergencies

Emergency Traffic for Events (structure collapse, etc.)
Mayday for FF life threatening emergencies

57

HT Emergency Button

Immediate peril and may not be able to request help over radio

58

Multi Agency Incidents

State Mutual Aid VHF V FIRE channels for interoperability

59

FCC authority to dispatch w/o Duty Chief Pre-auth

5 engines(single or S/T)
1 Truck
1 WT

60

FCC Duty Chief Dispatch Approval needed

District resources already committed (in/out of county)
Significant emergency activity
More resources in prior policy
Civil Disturbance

61

Closest resource dispatch (other agency)

Permission obtained first

62

MIRPS
ROSS

Multi agency Incident Resource Processing System
Resource Ordering and Status System

63

Station Sector

Geographic Area assigned to define administrative workload

64

Response Area

Fixed or dynamic area assigned by CAD

65

Drawdown %

50% committed to emergency activity

66

Move up Time Trigger

Over 30 minutes

67

Station coverage (300/100)

Don't cover with 300 when 100 available

68

Move up selection priority

Dual company stations
Acceptable auto aid coverage
Centrally located
Operational area mutual aid

69

Non emergency activities (max stations left open)

1 station at a time

70

Minimum coverage

Fill first Alarm

71

Support coverage vs engine coverage

Kept separate

72

3 BCs committed to incidents

Recall initiated

73

Immediate need S/T response time

3 mins

74

Planned need S/T

Outside one hour travel time
4-0 staffing
No on duty personnel to aug

75

S/T Leader Responsibilities

Report by phone to Duty Chief major changes
Maintain ICS form 214 OES Form 42
Contact roster and payroll on daily basis
Proper demob
Forward documents to fiscal

76

Engineers working down

To avoid FF mandates
Duty Chief approval

77

Planned need response over _______ hours should be dispatched at appropriate time for rest included.

2 hours

78

Qualified vs Certified (ICS)

Qual-Any position qualification recognized by CICCS and NIMS
Certified-ICS trainee position

79

Injury Notification (Duty group)

Injury to active or retired
Family
LODD
Working incident

80

Plan 1

Heighten readiness and est. planning process.
Preparatory action to augmenting staff

81

Plan 2

Prep to augmenting staff to a higher level
All employees need roster approval to leave work

82

Plan 3

Augment of staffing during high emergency activity

83

Injury to personnel or civilians or safety lapse reported to: (3)

IC
Duty Chief
Assistant Chief

84

Refusing risk:

Alternative solution
Assess risks
Ability to control those risks
Violation of safe work practices, defective equipment, environmental conditions, lacking qualifications

85

Blue Sheet
Green sheet

24 hour (B) overview
72 hour (G) complete narrative

86

Serious accident report given to:

Assistant Chief of Bureau of Emergency Services

87

SCBA removal criteria

CO below 25 PPM
O2 19.5%-23.5%
Airborne contaminates within normal limits

88

EMS clothing:

Gloves
Eye protection
Face mask
EMS Jacket

89

Horn signal "CEASE OPERATIONS ALL QUIET"

One long blast lasting 8-10 seconds

90

Air Horn Emergency Abandonment

One second blasts for 10 seconds
10 second pause
Repeated 3 times
Total 50 seconds

91

Air horn resume operations

One long blast and one short

92

Basic work unit in ICS

Company or crew

93

3 best ways to form a crew

1- regular company
2- Crew formed in staging or ICP
3- formed while operating on an incident

94

IC shall declare "MAYDAY" on what channels

Command and all tactical channels

95

IC must determine what about a MAYDAY for

Location
Condition
Status
Resource needs

96

MAYDAY may change:

Command Structure
Objectives
Strategy
Tactics
Comms

97

PAR in IDLH should include

Air status

98

Command can only occur......

Once

99

Transferring command when:

Only when immediate direct involvement necessary and command cant be maintained

100

Multi-Resource Response On scene

Correct location (if different)
Type of Facility/area
Conditions observed
Info relative to safe/efficient resolution
Key phrase

101

Size up Report given

Within few minutes of arrival
After thorough size-up
Command is transferred

102

Progress report

Location and extent of the fire
Incident emergencies
Changes in command structure
Changes in Comms
Escalate/deescalate
Termination of incident
Anytime additional alarm requested
Every 20 min

103

Responsible to initiate a PIA

Bureau of Emer. Services Assistant Chief
Duty Chief (in his absence)

104

Staging Area availability in minutes

3 minutes

105

Road Closure checklist

Purpose of closure
What road to be closed
Closed to ALL traffic? Open to residents?
Duration
Location of ICP

106

Injury to personnel causes hospitalization for any reason other than observation.....notify?

CAL OSHA

107

injury to personnel immediate duties

Go to hospital
Meet with MD
Contact HR
Employee wishes
Provide info to FCC and Duty Chief

108

Injury to personnel secondary duties

Contact family and advise
Contact FCC with info for release
Consult Duty Chief and PIO

109

Death, serious injury, illness member of the public or employee IC must notify.....

CAL OSHA

110

Report to CAL OSHA includes

Location of incident
Name/job of reporting party
Description of illness/injury
Where transported

111

Serious injury/illness not reported by IC. Capt. Responsible for:

Notify Duty Chief and CAL OSHA through FCC

112

Investigator requested when:

Fire origin suspicious or evidence of a crime
Serious injury or loss of life
Large loss fire ($50000 or greater)
Potential for cost recovery

113

Accidents in district vehicles significant damage

Injuries
Damage to private vehicles or private parties
Damage to district vehicles
Report/document per Occurance report
Report to FCC immediately
BC response
Email supervisor next business day

114

District vehicle accident info exchange

Drivers license info
License numbers
Make, model, year of vehicles
Names of passengers
Proof of insurance

115

District Drivers info to give:

Drivers license
County risk management address/phone number
Engine company/work assignment

116

MCI on scene

Type of incident
Correct location
Hazards

117

MCI Size Up Report

Type of incident
Number of patients and severity of injuries
Declare MCI Level
Complexity of rescues
Severity of hazards
Staging location
ICP location

118

MCI Progress Report

Updates
Patient count
Status of patients
When MCI component complete

119

Duodote inspection

Quarterly (open Container) and B-checks (label)

120

Collapse Rescue tactical elements

Command
Rescue
Hazard Control
EMS

121

Collapse Rescue Size Up

Life Hazards
Location of Victims
Type of Construction
Extent of building damage
Location/extent of fire
Exposures
Commitment of resources

122

Collapse Progress Report

Condition updates
Search and rescue status
Primary search complete
Safety info for affected areas

123

Minimum edge protection line diameter

8 mm

124

Rope rescue tactical elements

Command
Rescue

125

Rope rescue on scene

Type of rescue
Pertinent info
Instructions for staging

126

Rope rescue size up

Life hazards
Location of victims
Description of rescue technique
Commitment of resources

127

Rope rescue progress report

Updates
Rescue status

128

Trench Rescue Size Up

Number of Victims/last known location
Operational mode/Survival profile
Type of collapse (depth, width, length
Soil conditions (Compact, saturated, running)
Other hazards
Commit of resources

129

District personnel shall not enter unshored trenches for what depth (compact/saturated)

Compact >5 ft
Saturated > 4 ft

130

Confined Space Defined

Large enough to do enter and perform work
Limited or restricted for entry or exit
Not designed for continuous employee occupancy

131

Permit Required Confined Space

Hazardous Atmosphere
Potential of engulfment
Can be trapped/asphyxiated by converging walls
Other recognized safety of health hazard

132

Confined Space Hazardous Atmoshere

>10% LFL (lower flammable limit)
Combustible Dust exceeds LFL (approx 5 ft visibility)
O2 not between 19.5%-23.5%
Radiological
IDLH

133

Confined Space On scene

Type of Occupancy/Area
Pertinent conditions observed
Access instructions

134

Mandatory equip to bring to commercial vessel fire

SCBA, spare cylinder, and structure bundle

135

Commercial vessel deck numbering

Different on every ship. Speak to ship's Capt. ASAP for layout.

136

Commercial Vessel tactical elements

Command
OPS/Fire Supp
RIC/Rescue
Hazard Control
Containment
Exposure
Support
Dewatering
Ships systems/utilities

137

Commercial Vessel on scene

Type and size of vessel
Berth (or mooring)
Ships cargo (if possible)

138

Commercial Vessel Size up

Location/extent of fire
Port assets at risk

139

Commercial Vessel incident priorities

Life Safety
Search and rescue
Confine to involved deck for port protection and functions
Fire containment via ships damage control personnel
Protect environment and ships property

140

Railroad incident on scene

Type of train or area involved
Estimate number of train cars and occupants
Access instructions and staging

141

Railroad incident size up report

Life hazards
Probable number of patients
Presence of a hazard on train or nearby
Location/extent of fire
Exposures

142

Railroad Progress Report

Condition updates
Search/rescue status or stage
Primary Search complete
Safety info
Expected commitment.

143

Request for railroad closure/stoppage

Exact area of the tracks to be closed
Anticipated duration
Location of ICP

144

Authorized train speed for Ventura County

79 mph

145

Railroad stop distance from 80 mph

1.75-2 miles

146

Train stop hand signal

15 feet from track train on your left. Wave light or flare horizontally across track.
Train will blast horn twice to acknowledge