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Active shooter:
Experience has shown that the number one cause of preventable death in victims of penetrating trauma is ______.

Hemorrhage

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Active shooter/MCI:
In order to Focus on early hemorrhage control to improve survivability,
The Hartford Consensus’ recommendations the acronym _____.

THREAT.

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Active shooter:
What does the acronym THREAT stand for?

T- Threat suppression
H- Hemorrhage
RE- Rapid Extrication to safety
A- Assessment by medical providers
T- Transport to definitive care

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When MFC receives a call for a shooting, and determines that shooting is ongoing, how many of the following resources will be dispatched?

BC, EMS, CP, E, LF, ALS,800

2 Battalion Chiefs
2 EMS Captains
1 Command Post Company1 Light Force
2 Engines
4 ALS RAs
2 BLS RAs

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Active shooter:
The second arriving Battalion Chief should normally be assigned as the _______.

Rescue Group Supervisor

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Active shooter:

_______ is configured to extract viable patients from the Warm Zone or Casualty Collection Point to the treatment areas.

Rescue group

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Active shooter:

What does CCP stand for?

Casualty Collection Point

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Active shooter:
If no Warm Zone or CCP exists, the _______ will have the responsibility of coordinating the movement of patients to treatment areas.

Triage unit leader

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Active shooter:
The elements of the IAP may vary based on the situation, but what are the key components that the fire department will be responsible for establishing?

(MFC-R)
Medical group
Fire group
Communication plan
Rescue group

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Active shooter:
The _____ Group is configured to manage the triage, treatment, and transportation of casualties

Medical group

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Active shooter:
The _____ Group is configured to suppress fires and coordinate the non-EMS operational fire discipline needs of the incident.

Fire group

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Active shooter:
Is the Casualty Collection Point in the hot, warm or cold zone?

Warm zone

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Active shooter:
Is the Treatment Area in the hot, warm or cold zone?

Cold

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Active shooter:
Is the Staging area in the hot, warm or cold zone?

Cold

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Active shooter:
Is the Perimeter established by law enforcement in the hot, warm, or cold zone?

Warm

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Active shooter:
The ________ is the location from which SWAT Command coordinates SWAT operations

Tactical Operations Center (TOC)

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Active shooter:
If a fire occurs and the suspect’s location cannot be determined, what is the firefighters course of action?

Protect exposures, attempt to extinguish fire from protected location.

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Active shooter:
When no other options of fighting a fire are available, what can be used to control the spread of fire when approach by firefighters is unsafe?

Helicopter water drop

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Active shooter:
Can firefighters enter or move through a Hot Zone to deploy ladders, hose lines, or other equipment?

No, Never

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Active shooter:
What does RTF stand for?

Rescue Task Force

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Active shooter:
______is a team deployed to provide point of wound care to victims where there is an ongoing ballistic or explosive threat (i.e., active shooter or terrorist event).

Rescue task force (RTF)

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Active shooter:
Rescue Task Forces are teams treat, stabilize, and remove the injured from the ______ Zone to an area where they can receive definitive care and/or transport to the hospital while wearing ballistic protective equipment with force protection.

Warm zone

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Active shooter:
What is the minimum personnel configuration that can make up a Rescue Task Force?

2 fire dept medical personnel
2 force protection officers

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Active shooter:
What would be the largest reasonable combination of personnel for an RTF?

4 fire dept personnel
4 force protection officers

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Active shooter:
When the RTFs are operating in the Warm Zone, can triage be performed?

No

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Active shooter:
What does the "S" stand for in LCES when implemented at an active shooter?
(Lookouts, Communication, Escape Routes, _______)

Safe refuge

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Active shooter:
How many tiers are in the LAFD TEMS program and what are they?

3 Tiers
Tier 3- FRO
Tier 2- technician
Tier 3- specialist

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Active shooter:
Which TEMS tier is used to support SWAT operations(i.e., warrant service, sting operations, hostage rescue, etc.) and other tactical law
enforcement incidents?

Tier 1- specialist

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Active shooter:
Which TEMS Tier did not have a SWAT course but are paramedics used to provide support to TEMS Specialists and/or medical support at other tactical law enforcement incidents.

Tier 2- technician

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Active shooter:
Which TEMS Tier allows members to be assigned to a RTF?

Tier 3- FRO, first responder operations

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Active shooter:
Law enforcement officers use the acronym IARD when dealing with an active shooter. What does IARD stand for?

Immediate Action/Rapid Deployment

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Active shooter:
Any unsearched area where a threat may be present should be considered a hot, warm, or cold Zone?

Hot

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Active shooter:
An area already searched by law enforcement officers but could still be within the range of gunfire and/or a subject could be hiding in an unsearched area or return to an area that has been searched is classified as hot, warm or cold zone?

Warm zone

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Active shooter:
Law enforcement officers use the terms inner and outer perimeter. Are both of these areas considered an IDLH to fire department personnel?

Only the inner perimeter

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Active shooter:
______ is a Team of up to 4 police officers who deploy behind Contact Teams into the Hot Zone with the goal of extracting viable patients to a Casualty Collection Point or treatment area

Rescue Team

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Active shooter:
_______ is an Initial team of up to 4 police officers who deploy to the shooter’s location with the goal of initiating contact to contain or eliminate the active shooter

Contact Team

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