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How are radio transmissions made

In a concise, business like manner, utilizing clear text or plain language under most circumstances

1

Radio Signatures:
Fire Chief

100

2

Radio Signatures:
D/C Operations

101

3

Radio Signatures:
D/C Support Services

102

4

Radio Signatures:
A, B, C Plt BC off duty

111
112
113

5

Radio Signatures:
Commander, Training Division

120

6

Radio Signatures:
Assistant Training officer - Capt

121

7

Radio Signatures:
Assistant Training officer - Lt

122

8

Radio Signatures:
Fire Marshal

130

9

Radio Signatures:
Assistant Fire Marshal - Plans Review

131

10

Radio Signatures:
Assistant Fire Marshal - Inspections

132

11

Radio Signatures:
Fire Prevention Officer

133 - 139

12

Radio Signatures:
Supply/Maint

141and 142

13

Radio Signatures:
Fire Prevention Officer

143

14

Radio Signatures:
Emergency Manager

145

15

Radio Signatures:
Emerg. Management Ed. Coordinator

146

16

Radio Signatures:
Fire Education Coordinator

147

17

Radio Signatures:
Fire Prevention Officer

148

18

Radio Signatures:
Chaplain

150

19

Radio Signatures:
CLO

160

20

Radio Signatures:
Commander, EMS Division

170

21

Radio Signatures:
EMS Admin Officer -Capt.

171

22

Radio Signatures:
EMS Training Officer -Lt

172

23

What is included with the initial size up

Description of the occupancy
Address correction if necessary
Size -small, medium or large
Number of stories
Type of construction (steel, masonry or wood frame)
Type of occupancy (townhouse, apartment with interior hallways or garden style apartment, office commercial, single family residence, light industrial
Description of fire conditions
nothing showing, light/heavy smoke, light/heavy fire showing and location
fully involved
fire spreading
Actions to be taken -consider additional units
Establish command

24

When does dispatch request an initial sizeup

If such report isn't transmitted within one minute of arrival by first arriving unit.

25

When does a BC not issue a full sizeup

If the incident is under control prior to arrival

26

Why are the VHF radios maintained

Primary purpose of providing backup if the 800 MHz system fails
VHF radios can be used in mobilization events which occur outside a compatible 800 MHz system

27

What is considered the back-up channel in the event of the trunked 800 MHz system?

154.400 MHz channel is to be used as b/up.

28

Bellevue Fire Dept radios shall be set to....

Zone A, Fire Dispatch-1, alias 11A-FDISP-1

29

Who is notified for a temporary exchange of portable radios (for the purpose of repair)

On duty BC and Supply and Maint. Commander

30

Zone Identifier definition

The 2-digit identifier, assigned by Zone, which indicates the home Zone; i.e., Zone 1 = 10, Zone 3 = 30, Zone 5 = 50

31

How will engine 5 respond in Seattle on MAZONE 5?

Engine 10-05