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1

District familiarization will assist the driver operator to make informed decisions regarding apparatus positioning

Pre incident planning

2

Incident ______ determines advantageous position of attack pumper

Size up

3

The position of the initial company along with local operating guidelines and orders from the ______ will set the scene for later arrival apparatus to support.

Incident commander

4

When fire conditions are evident upon arrival the driver operator should place the apparatus in a safe position that offers the _______

Best tactical advantage

5

Pull the apparatus past the front of the building, if feasible when arriving at an incident where no fire is evident (investigation mode). This position allows personnel on the apparatus to view _______ sides of the building.

3

6

When laying supply hose into the fire scene, lay the hose to the _______ of the street if at possible.

Side

7

In certain instances the _______ method apparatus placement maybe used to position aerial apparatus at a fire scene.

Inside outside method

8

If the building is less than five floors tall, the attack pumper is positioned on the side of the street _________ to the building and aerial apparatus are placed ______ of the pumper

Closest and outboard

9

In cases where the fire building is greater than five floors the attack pumper takes the _______ position to allow the aerial apparatus maximum reach to the building.

Outside

10

On some occasions as when a static water supply is I use the pumper may need to locate at the source. If the distance is great, a ________ or water shuttle may be necessary to achieve support to the sprinkler or standpipe.

Relay

11

______ operations are required when a pumper must be supplied from a static water supply source such a dry hydrant, storage tank, lake or stream.

Drafting

12

In many jurisdictions, the most common source of water is a _______.

Fire hydrant

13

Through practice the driver operator will learn to judge the proper distance to place the apparatus from the hydrant. This distance must be judged from the ________ rather than the curb line because hydrants are located different distances from the curb.

Hydrant

14

To avoid blocking the street apparatus the driver operator must stop close to the curb with the pump intake a few feet short of being in line with the ________.

Hydrant

15

A good way to minimize the chance of the intake hose kinking is to put __________ in the hose when making the connection between the hydrant and pumper.

Counter clockwise twists

16

Use similar precautions and judgements when positioning pumpers with front and rear intakes. The driver operator should stop the apparatus either a few feet short or a few feet beyond the hydrant to allow the the intake hose to _______.

Curve

17

With _________, one strong hydrant is used to supply two pumpers. Generally, the pumpers are in close proximity to each other as both of them are being used as attack pumpers at the same incident.

Dual pumping

18

Operations are actually a form of relay pumping with the pumpers positioned close together rather than evenly spaced in the supply hose layout.

Tandem pumping

19

In tandem pumping operations apparatus may be located up to ______ apart.

300 ft

20

Some wildland fire apparatus are capable of conducting mobile _______ attack operations.

Pump and roll

21

The boundary between wildland and structural development often referred to as the _________, is a challenging environment for fire fighting operations.

Wildland/urban interface

22

Position the apparatus on the _________ of the structure to minimize exposure heat and blowing embers

Leeward side

23

Any fire attack should begin with the apparatus positioned in an ________a natural man made barrier that will prevent the fire from encircling the vehicle or crew.

Anchor point

24

Spotters must be equipped with hand lights, wear high visible clothing, and remain within the drivers operators _______ at all times.

Field of view

25

Vehicles should not be driven over ______ unless the weight of the apparatus is known to be within the capacity of the structure.

Bridges

26

Driver operators should not attempt to ______ steams with a vehicle unless it has been specifically designed to operate in such conditions.

Ford

27

When progressing along the edge of the fire, a crew should sure to completely extinguish the fire. This may be accomplished working in tandem. Additional personnel and apparatus may be used to _______ after the initial fire attack and patrol the fire line to ensure extinguishment is complete.

Mop up

28

Is often used on any multi unit response of two or more units. If the first arriving unit has no immediate orders for later arriving apparatus, the officer may call for ______ to be implemented while the incident is investigated. Upon transmittal of this order other units stop approx, block away from the scene in their direction of travel and await further orders.

Level 1 staging

29

Is implemented when numerous units are responding to operate at the same incident, particularly those that require mutual aid or result in the transmittal of multiple alarms.

Level 2 staging

30

The _________ advises the panning section or IC as to the status of resource availability.

Staging area manager