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1

NFAPA 1500 states "activities that present a significant risk to the safety of members shall be limited to solutions in which there is potential to save endangered lives"

True or false

True

2

What is the NFPA 1500 Standard?

Management of fire dept safety and health program

3

List 4 ways to categorize hazardous energy

1. Stable; not likely to change
2. Stable; may change
3. Unstable; may require attention
4. Unstable; requires immediate attention

4

Which example is not considered a form of hazardous energy?

Fire

5

Suspension systems in vehicles contain many forms of hazardous energy except?

Pressure vessels

6

A ___________ has the capability of energizing the earth in a concentric ring of up to 30 feet depending on the voltage of the source.

Downed power line

7

Which power lines have the capability of carrying 115,000 to 1,000,000 volts?

Transmission lines

8

Examples of valued properties such as ___________ are physical properties whose losses will cause harm to the community.

A hospital
Utility infrastructures
A place with historic significance
All of the above

9

Firefighters have the potential to be trapped or Injured as conditions on scene deteriorate in a matter of seconds.

True or false

True

10

Firm intervention is used to stop, alter, or suspend activities that pose a(n) __________ to firefighters.

Imminent threat

11

Match each term.
Rx
Rest
Rehydration
Refueling

Rx- medical monitoring and treatment
Rest- a time-out to stabilize vital signs
Rehydration- the replacement of fluids
Refueling- provides nourishment to improve sustainable energy

12

As a rule, firefighters should strive to drink ______ during periods or work.

A quart of water an hour

13

Which example below does not help prevent thermal stress injuries?

Over exertion

14

Using external methods or devices (such as hand and forearm immersion, misting fans, or ice vests) to reduce an elevated body core temperature is know as?

Active cooling

15

Passive cooling uses what types of methods to bring down human core temperatures?

Shade
Rest
air movement
All of the above

16

Match symptoms with heat injury.

Heat cramping- painful muscle spasms
Heat stroke- hot,flushed, and dry skin
Heat exhaustion- dehydration, nausea, cold clammy skin
Transient Heat fatigue- physical exhaustion

17

Define what an ISO Action Model is?

Cyclic 4 area model allows ISO to mentally process surveying/ monitoring of typical incident activities and concerns
Resources - Risk- Report-Recon

18

The ability to process multiple inputs is one benefit of using a checklist over an action model.

True or false

False

19

The factors that influence over exertion are related to

Ergonomics, physiology ms rehab efforts

20

For recon evaluation at structure fires the ISOS must evaluate three different environmental dimensions. What are they?

Principle hazard
Environmental integrity
And physical surroundings

21

According to the rescue profile, when obvious death or no chance for he victim to survive a typical classification of ________ is given

Zero

22

True or false
The risk management profile is classification used to determine the probability that a victim will survive the environment.

False

23

The collapse zone is the area where firefighters are exposed to

Trauma
Debris
Thrust of collapse
All of the above

24

The hot zone is

IDLH atmosphere that poses the greatest risk to rescuers

25

The warm zone is

A limited access area that also supports the operation

26

The cold zone

A clean zone that poses no risk or injuries to rescuers.

27

What is the no entry zone

Area where nobody is allowed in

28

What is the color for each zones tape
Hot zone
Warm zone
Cold zone
No entry zone

Hot- red
Warm-yellow
Cold- green
No entry- red with white chevron

29

The ISO should call for a PAR any time the operational mode has changed and any time there is a?

Mayday report
Report of flashover or collapse
Or incident benchmark is declared
ALL OF THE ABOVE

30

Define a PAR report

An organized reporting activity designed to account for all personnel working at an incident.

31

What is considered the most risky incident type that fire and rescue departments respond to.

Structure fire

32

True or false
The four different personal safety issues that the ISO must manage at structure fires are personnel accountability systems, the need for control zones, rehab effectiveness, and radio transmissions

True

33

Collapse zones, IDLH zone, support zones and no entry zones are all different examples of

Control zones

34

Failure to work within the framework of the action plan is called

Freelancing

35

The ISO should do all of the following upon arrival at an incident except?

Assume command

36

What are the three resources that the resource component of ISO action model is intended to evaluate

Time
Personnel
Equipment

37

Which example is not the one of the three factors that an ISO would read as he or she performs a 360-degree reconnaissance trip of the scene?

Fire

38

Which component below is not a part of the ISO action model?

Reward

39

The ISO must recognize and request a _________ anytime the ISO is requested to go into an IDLH environment.

Assistant ISO

40

Which is a benefit of using a checklist over an action model?

Uniformity