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1. Regarding the use of CIRS, it would be correct to state that the Medical Officer must be
notified via FDOC for all? (SB 7—2.1, 2.2.1, 2.2.2, 3.5)
1. Injuries
2. Biological Exposures
3. Non-Biological Exposures
4. Illnesses (the Flu) not related to an exposure, which stop a member from continuing on
duty
A. 1,2,3 B. 1,2,4 C. 1,3,4 D. 2,3,4 E. 1,2, 3, 4

b

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2. Which one of the following injuries may be classified as a “Minor Injury”? (SB 7 - 2.1.3)
A. A small 2nd degree bum injury
B. A sprained ankle with mild swelling
C. A member trips and falls resulting in fainting or blackout for a few seconds
D. Mild conjunctivitis
 

d

Small abrasions
 First degree burns
 Mild conjunctivitis
 Minor contusions
 Foreign body in eye, already removed
 Lacerations, not requiring sutures
 Minor sprains and strains with no swelling or discoloration

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A. The Officer cannot initiate a non-biological exposure report without first notifying the medical officer


B. When initiating the exposure report on CIRS, the Officer should enter all 9’s in the 16 digit space


C. The Captain may utilize Group Reporting for herself and all 4 firefighters, provided they
have the same non-biological exposure, no symptoms, and were all working in the same unit


D. The exposure reports must be initiated and submitted no later than 7 days from the date of
the exposure. Within 7 days from the date of the exposure, if modifications are made to the
report, the report will continue to be categorized as original
 

d

Exposure Report for a member who does not exhibit symptoms can be initiated without medical officer notification.

The FDID number consists of 16 digits and can be found on the lower left side of the response ticket.

Any member not
assigned (e.g., detailed and working in that unit for the tour) must be entered separately.

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4. A member will be placed on “Medical Leave” if a member is granted “Remainder of the
Tour” by the on-duty medical officer. (SB 7 - 2.1.2)
A. Agree or D. Disagree?
 

d

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5. At 0545 hours, E283 returns to quarters from an EMS run where one member had a
biological exposure. The officer should be aware that this Biological Exposure report must be
entered into CIRS? (SB 7 — 4.1 Note)
A. Within 24 hours B. Within 7 days C. By the end of the tour D. Immediately

d

Biological exposures must be entered into CIRS immediately

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6. Members of E92 return from a Haz-Mat job where they were exposed to a chemical and
now all the members from Engine 92 are coughing and wheezing on their return to quarters. In
this situation, it would be correct for the Officer to prepare? (SB 7 — 3.8)
A. Only an exposure report
B. Only an injury report
C. Both an injury report and an exposure
 report
D. Both a C1RS-1 report and an exposure
 report
 

c

The exposure that caused the injury or illness and the fact that a Biological or
Non-Biological Exposure Report has been prepared shall be noted in the narrative of the
Injury Report. A notation shall also be made in the narrative of the Exposure Report that an
Injury Report has been prepared.

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7. Officers preparing injury / exposure reports would be incorrect to think? (SB 7-4.1,4.3)


A. Injury and exposure reports may be initiated and submitted with or without the members
signature


B. Injury and exposure reports may be initiated and submitted with or without the narrative


C. All injuries sustained in quarters require the Officer on duty to notify the administrative
Battalion Chief


D. Injuries in quarters investigated by the Administrative Battalion require the BC to forward
a letterhead report to the Chief of Safety

d

The administrative Battalion Chief shall forward a letterhead report to
the Chief of Operations

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8. All levels of Command (Supervisors—Company Officers; Reviewers—Battalion Chiefs)
should access CIRS , to provide any required review / recommendations?
(SB 7—3.3, 6.1)
A. Every tour B. Daily C. Weekly D. Monthly
 

b

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9. BC Question - If a member sustains a burn, smoke or heat exhaustion injury, it would be
incorrect to state that? (SB 7—5.1-5.4, 6.2.3)
A. A new screen in CIRS will automatically open for the Officer preparing the report
containing a burn, smoke, heat exhaustion injury report
B. Bum, smoke, heat exhaustion injury report recommendations on how to prevent future
injuries must be written by Supervisors for firefighters, by Officers when preparing their own
report, and by Battalion Chiefs, Deputy Chiefs and the Borough Commander
C. The Bureau of Operations and Safety Command will receive an electronic notification
when a burn, smoke, heat exhaustion injury report is completed
D. A burn, smoke, heat exhaustion injury report screen is only available to Battalions,
Divisions and Boroughs and shall be reviewed daily to provide required recommendations

d

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10. BC Question - When reviewing an injury or exposure report, a Chief should not return a
report for clarification that is missing a member's signature and / or narrative. (SB 7—6.2.1)
A. Agree or D. Disagree?
 

a

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11. Captains are required to post a summary of occupational illnesses and injuries for the
preceding year every? (SB 7—Add 1, 1.3)
A. Jan 1st
 thru March 31st
B. Feb 1st
 thru April 30th
C. Jan 1st
 thru July 31st
D. Feb 1st
 thru Dec 31st
 

b

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12. A letterhead report shall be forwarded to the Chief of? (SB 7—Add 2—1.3)
A. Operations, if three or more members suffer injuries during the same tour, resulting in
medical leave within 7 days of that tour
B. Safety, if three or more members suffer injuries at the same tour, resulting in remainder of
the tour or medical leave that tour
C. Operations, if three or more members suffer injuries at the same incident, resulting in
medical leave that tour
D. Safety, if three or more members suffer injuries at the same incident, resulting in medical
leave that tour
 

c

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