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Visits of school children in groups to firehouses, while company is present, shall follow a policy of cooperation with the Board of Education and other recognized educational institutions.

A. Third and fourth grade classes shall have one adult supervisor for each ___ children.
B. Classes of fifth grade and over shall have one adult supervisor for each ___ children.
C. Visits shall be of no more than ____ hour duration, between 0900 hours and 1700 hours.
D. Classes below the third grade shall have one adult supervisor for each four (___) children.

A. Third and fourth grade classes shall have one adult supervisor for each 15 children.
B. Classes of fifth grade and over shall have one adult supervisor for each 30 children.
C. Visits shall be of no more than one hour duration, between 0900 hours and 1700 hours.
D. Classes below the third grade shall have one adult supervisor for each four (4) children.

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MEMBERS SUBJECT TO RECALL

During the period that the recall is in effect, all members, with the exceptions noted below, shall be subject to recall duty in accordance with the recall order.

18.11.2 Exceptions: members on the following leaves are not subject to a recall order:

1. Medical
2. Military
3. Bereavement
4. Special
5. Emergency

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19.2.15 Officers on duty with companies are authorized to arrange directly with the representative of the local troop for visits of Scout Troops to quarters.

Visiting troops are to be accompanied by authorized adult personnel, with at least one adult for every ___ children. Visits shall not exceed ___ hour

Visiting troops are to be accompanied by authorized adult personnel, with at least one adult for every 20 children. Visits shall not exceed one hour

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Power take-offs on hydraulically operated aerial ladders and tower ladders shall not be operated for instruction purposes for periods exceeding _______________________.

thirty minutes

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Regs. 15

Company Journals shall have a _____________ retention period.

Company office record journal shall be retained for ______ years.

Company fire record journals shall be retained for _______ years.

Reports received shall be filed at point of final receipt, and copies of all reports forwarded retained at points of origination for at least ________ year.

Reports of deaths, accidents, injuries to civilians or members, and other unusual occurrences shall be retained ____________________.

Company Journals shall have a 20 year retention period.

Company office record journal shall be retained for ten years.

Company fire record journals shall be retained for ten years.

Reports received shall be filed at point of final receipt, and copies of all reports forwarded retained at points of origination for at least one year.

Reports of deaths, accidents, injuries to civilians or members, and other unusual occurrences shall be retained until otherwise directed.

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Ch. 30 REPORTS

Unless otherwise indicated in Department Directives, Orders, Rules and Regulations the following instructions shall be adhered to:
A. Reports shall be forwarded in single copy.
B. Reports shall be promptly forwarded through official channels.
C. Reports shall be addressed to the Chief of Operations.

Negative reports shall not be forwarded unless directed.

If due to extenuating circumstances, the officer in the chain of command cannot timely endorse the report, designated alternates shall sign their name (for) and print the name of the officer for whom they are signing (i.e. Lt. (signature) John Doe for Captain (name printed).

Rubber stamp "signatures" shall not be used on any report being forwarded to Department Headquarters. Names shall be clearly indicated under every signature.

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Ch. 30 Reports

Reports of special importance or of a nature similar to the following shall be preceded by an immediate telephone communication to the Deputy and Battalion Chief on duty:

A. Unusual occurrence at a fire or elsewhere.
B. Loss of life or serious injuries to members or civilians at a fire or elsewhere.
C. Accidents to apparatus, or the placing of a company or apparatus out of service.
D. Structural or occupancy hazards imminently dangerous to life or property.
E. Depletion in a unit of manual strength required for fire duty.

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Ch. 30 REPORTS

Monthly reports, unless otherwise indicated, shall be dated the first of the month, and shall be in Department headquarters not later than the third.

Quarterly reports shall be dated on the first day of January, April, July, and October, to reach their destination not later than the third.

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Ch. 30 COMMANDING OFFICERS - REPORTS

Water rescue (2 copies): Forwarded to Bureau of Personnel after a successful water rescue during course of which member entered water; and shall include name, rank, unit, and request for official form.

Death of An Active Member: Include all compensatory time, annual leaves, personal leave day, adjusted tour that are outstanding and owed to such member by the Department.

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Maintaining accurate daily company journal entries is the responsibility of every officer. Which statement would be contrary to FDNY journal entry policies?

A: EEO personnel, after presentation of official identification, in lieu of signing-in may use their employee identification number for entry into the journal.

B: Members scheduled to report for duty or to be relieved from duty, prior or subsequent to regular change of tours, shall personally enter in Company Journal the time and reason for reporting to and leaving quarters.

C: Pages 500 running backward to 498, inclusive, must be ruled and indexed to record visits of chief officer.

D: In the quarters of all units, page 494 in the Company Journal must be ruled and titled for entries by MSU members and Chief Officers.

D. Regs 15.2.1 In quarters where a Battalion Depot (mask cylinders) is located, page 494 in the Company Journal shall be ruled and titled for entries by MSU members and Chief Officers.


Explanation:
A. Regs 20.3.10 EEO personnel, after presentation of official identification, in lieu of signing-in may use their employee identification number for entry into the journal.
B. Regs 15.1.9 Members scheduled to report for duty or to be relieved from duty, prior or subsequent to regular change of tours shall:
1. Personally enter in Company Journal the time and reason for reporting to and leaving quarters.
2. Report in person to the Officer on Duty, advising him/her of reason.

C. Regs 15.2.1 Pages 500 running backward to 498, inclusive, shall be ruled and indexed to record visits of chief officer.

D. Regs 15.2.1 In quarters where a Battalion Depot (mask cylinders) is located, page 494 in the Company Journal shall be ruled and titled for entries by MSU members and Chief Officers.

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If a fire occurs in a vehicle, other than an ADV or one for which a 10-41 code 3 has been transmitted, the Incident Commander shall attempt to notify the owner.

If this is not possible, the Dispatcher shall be requested to inform the Police Communications Bureau of the make, model license number and location of the vehicle.

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Large capacity ammonia refrigeration systems

Volume of water to be supplied depends upon the capacity of the system and is indicated by the size of the pipe from the siamese or inlet to the mixer. (Pipe 1 1/4 inch to 2 1/2 inch requires a volume of 100 to 700 gallons of water per minute)

The officer on duty with the unit supplying the water shall determine the necessary pressure to provide the required volume of water.

Control valve boxes shall be opened by a Fire Department alarm box key.

After water is started, the ammonia valve shall be opened fully.

Water shall be supplied to the mixer while danger of excessive pressure exists.
Water supply shall not be shut down until the ammonia valve is closed.