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(G1)when will you implement ICS All working fires and other type of emergencies
(G1)what are the 5 functions of ICS command, finance, logistics, operations, planning
(G1)who is responsible for all positions the IC
(G1)which functions can be delegated all but command
(G1)who will give location and name of ICP IC
(G1)where is the ICP normally located in front of the structure
(G1)which kind of command is unacceptable roving command
(G1)who will retain command until next CO arrives even though passing command 1st in officer
(G1)what are the 4 incident priorities life safety, incident stabilization, property conservation, customer service
(G1)what are the ICS levels single apparatus(still), multi apparatus
(G1)who assumes command 1st in until passed and assumed by BC or other
(G1)how is command handled if BC is delayed BC will assign command and they will acknowledge
(G1)when establishing command what info (6) should be communicated unit ID, describe bldg..(size, #floors, occupancy, fire conditions), actions, needs, who IC is , are you passing command
(G1)what is the definition of a working fire progressed beyond the incipient stage and requires a hose line
(G1)what 5 things are required when you have a working fire 2 in 2 out, accountability, ICS, rehab, and RIC
(G1)what are the 3 command options of the 1st in officer establish formal command post, or (nothing showing) investigate while maintaining command or pass command (attack fire while in command)
(G1)what should 1st in companies do during investigating perform primary staging
(G1)where should the 1st in engine park best utilization
(G1)where should the 1st in truck park best advantage
(G1)where should the next apparatus (2nd engine) park follow preplan or park at water supply or 1 block away
(G1)when should you attack fire while in command but passing immediate rescue, success of quick attack, immediate exposure hazard
(G1)who is safety officer IC until designated and announced
(G1)who does RIC report to IC
(G1)what will the BC do upon arrival assume IC, assign position to relieved officer, request CAN report, start accountability system, (usually operator)
(G1)on multiple alarm fires the BC will broadcast alarm #, who IC is, location of ICP, location of base, as staff arrive assign positions, have them don vest and get ICS packet and radio
(G1)who may relieve BC deputy or fire chief
(G1)why should BC formally establish rehab to prevent injuries
(G1)what are the fire ground expectations (15) establish ICP, clear comm, CAN reports, primary/secondary, water supply/pumping, exposure protect, forcible entry, 2 in 2 out, fire attack, backup/2nd line, vent, utilities, salvage, overhaul, investigate (cause/origin)
(G1)when do you use divisions designate a geographical area (outside)alpha, bravo, charlie, delta , (inside floors)1,2,3
(G1)when do you use groups functional assignments, 2 or more teams
(G1)what are rules teams should follow (6) single resource of 2 or more people, report to div/group sup or IC, stay in visual or voice contact, not limited to one location, identify co. and function when comm with IC or sup, not self assign
(G1)what are guidelines to follow in regards to resources always keep reserves, dispatch to base or stageing
(G1)what is base holding area for personnel and equipment but not ready for immediate deployment. place where resources can be moved to staging
(G1)who can run base and duties engineer that will provide security, stockpile gear and personnel, request more resources through IC, maintain minimum reserves
(G1)what is staging location where we can deploy within 2 minutes, located 2 floors below
(G2)what should you do if PD is dispatched on initial dispatch stage until ECD or PD clears units into scene
(G2)how should you stage assault call turn lights off, out of sight and line of fire, confirm location with ECD
(G2)how should request PD conveying severity of situation
(G2)how should request PD in non-emergency tell ECD reason
(G3)how should you secure a building after FD operations use existing material
(G3)what can you do for an unsecure buildings where a RP cant be reached PD can make special checks
(G4)what is the purpose of this multi haz emergency operations plan procedure identify the SFD role in fire suppression and related rescue operations during natural disasters, technological incidents, and war emergencies
(G5)what happens to unit identifier when filling keep normal designation, reserves retain # in emergency callback
(G5)what response code enroute to fill in code 2
(G6)what is the dispatch for carbon monoxide alarm when 1. people feel ill or 2. not ill 1. closest engine and truck, 2. first due engine code 2
(G6)what should you do when Co monitor reads between 10-99ppm warn occupants but don't mandate evacuation, no universal standard for ppm evacuation
(G6)what are the ppm trigger points safe up to 10ppm. Evacuation at 100ppm,
(G6)what should you have occupants do when 100ppm vent, turn off gas, advise to contact PGE
(G6)what are the 2 main causes of false alarms improper placement of detector, running car in garage
(G7)who should be notified for streetlight incidents ECD and request public works
(G7)how should you handle streetlight incidents clear area of people, treat as energized, wait for PGE to clear, may be Christmas light circuit
(G8)what are the homeland security rating colors high to low: red(severe), orange(high), yellow(elevated), blue(guarded), green (low)
(G9)who approves boarding of ships master of the ship
(G9)what materials aboard ships you should not use Co2, and where do you find it not for fuels that generate oxygen (nitrates). on the ships manifest
(G9)who do you consult with prior to using Co2 ship officer, conventional firefighting first, ECD makes the call for Co2
(G9)who do you notify for a serious shipboard fire office of the captain of the port, US coastgoard
(G9)how much Co2 do delivery trucks carry 10 to 20 tons, at 300 psi
(G9)normal application period for Co2 12 to 48 hours or more. 125 lb. per 100 cu foot reapply 20% of original from .5 hours to 6 hours depending on condition. entry made only after certified safe by chemist
(G9)where do you find fitting to attach hose to ship engine 1
(G10)what 4 things should you do when you realize you have a radiological incident notify ECD who will notify hazardous materials team. attempt t identify material. establish zones. start evacuation if necessary
(G10)what should you limit exposure and help activities to limit exposure to life saving operations, and wear full gear. limit help to people in immediate need. limit activities to those that prevent escalation or hazard
(G10)what should you do with contaminated and or injured people place them in a holding area (transfer point) until a physician can examine. inform hospital.
(G10)what should you do if incident involves fire treat as danger of collapse, explosives or noxious material then segregate personnel, apparatus, clothing and equipment until checked for radiation
(G11)how many agencies in day to day mutual aid agreement 23
(G11)how will we handle request ECD contact BC who will determine amount and type. BC respond unless just fill request. OP chief is told
(G11)how does SFD request aid IC will notify mutual aid coordinator through life comm. specify personnel and equipment needs and command post
(G12)how do you handle water romoval attempt to stop leak. chief or captain determines if water can be removed. if not advise use yellow pages at owners cost
(G13)what must drivers do before moving rig responsible for seating and seat belting
(G13)what is code 3 speed limit no more than 15 mph over. may respond code 2 if officer deems necessary. shut down on freeway if cant keep up with traffic
(G13)what are some rules when driving code 3 do not pass unless clear communications and safe. north / south have right of way
(G13)how do you handle intersections signal / stop sign - slow enough to halt to avoid traffic. controlled - no faster than 15 over
(G13)when operate wig/wag day only
(G13)what are the en-route requirements code 3 in 60 sec. 95%, code 2 in 75 sec. 95%
(G13A)are air horns required no. don't use within 2 blocks of hospital
(G13B)what are driver and captain responsibilties when seatbelts are worn drivers-ensure. captains/drivers-jointly responsibly for determining that all passengers seat belts are secured and receive a verbal response prior to moving.
(G13B)what is passengers responsibilties when seatbelts are worn passengers-responsible for alerting the driver if the apparatus starts moving prior to them securing their seatbelt
(G13B)who is to confirm this use of seatbelt policy all employees but especially captains when educating new employees and riders of their expectations
(G14)when will on duty staff respond to all major incidents and fires. via pager. go en route with ECD. complete sunpro report
(G15)when will RIC be assigned anytime ff or civilians exposed to IDLH, from first alarm. 2nd truck or 4th engine
(G15)what should IC do if put all first in to work send email to ops chief within 24 hours
(G15)who does the RIC report to the IC or RGS
(G15)what are 5 responsibilities of RIC monitor tac and ch.6, assemble RIC equipment, perform recon and report concerns to IC (by 2), report to ICP for face to face if possible, prep bldg for rapid intervention
(G15)what first 6 things should the IC do upoon knowledge of FF down and activation of RIC 1. clear radio for emergency traffic, 2. confirm channel FF is on and assign new tac, 3. ECD designates dispatcher and monitors rescue channel, 4. consider time clock for RIC, 5. who chat where air, 6. designaate RIC sup brief and deploy
(G15)what last 7 things should the IC do upoon knowledge of FF down and activation of RIC 7. use accountability system, 8. search with ropes, 9. additional alarms/EMS, 1conduct PAR on 10. operational channel, 11. additional RICS, 12. medical group, 13. manpower pool and give loacation
(G16)who has overall safety responsibility IC, will assign job ASAP, but not responsibility
(G16)what is ISO primary responsibility responder safety, has authority to focus on safety aspect of incident, is eyes and ears on safety maters
(G16)what are some ISO duties issue corrective instructions and inform IC, monitors and assesses safety hazards, unsafe situaations and develops measures for ensuring personnel safety
(G16)where will ISO stay ISO is not restricted to one location
(G16B)when should you refill SCBA bottles before 4200
(G16B)when should you check your air at an incident ECD's 10 and 5 min. broadcast,
(G16B)what must CO do in regards to air bottles ensure personnel monitor own air and periodically check, exit prior to low air alarm with partner
(G17)what is the CO responsible for in regards to accountability safety, tracking, and control of personnel
(G17)who implements accountability IC, ISO will insure conducted properly, IC or ISO may appoint accountability officer
(G17)what the color codes for the PAT blue red green black yellow
(G17)where do you get a new PAT DOT, inspected annually with PPE
(G17)how handle PAT when at hospital or on dispatch hospital- captain moves to helmet, dispatch- take all safety equipment and PAT
(G17)where is VIT kept on captain side of cab, reachable from ground level, engineer ensure returned
(G17)who is responsible for retrieving tags each person and CO ensure compliance
(G17)who runs accountability board and how accountability officer, as a team moves to diff area their tag must be moved
(G17)what is a command assignment board and where is it and who does it keep track of those in command roles, aat the command post, by the IC or operator
(G17)what are the 3 levels of accountability 1. on apparatus, 2. accountability board at command post, 3. point of entry cnotrol
(G17)how is level 2 accountability done 3 or more units, working fire, 2nd alarm or greater CO takes to ICP or AO, RIC collect VIT and set up board, if an assessment of personnel status is needed IC calls for PAR
(G17)how is level 3 accountability done point of entry contorl, IC appoints sufficient personnel standing by (2 or more) 5 min. before relief is due
(G17)what are 7 reasons IC will conduct a PAR contact lost for unreasonable length of time, explosion, sudden extension, collapse, pass alarm, radio alarm, IC feels it is necessary
(G17)what info (6) is recorded by entry control person name, co., entry time, assignment, psi, exit time
(G17)what is reported on a PAR and by whom # of FF under supervision including self, by division/group/team leader
(G17)what should be done for a man down activation immediate attempt made to find missing FF, not found in reasonable time activate RIC
(G18)what 8 things should IC do for collapse rescue activate RIC, point of entry control, MCI, unified command, seek expert, designate RGS(T3), technical survey, utilities, secure site
(G18)which is the most dangerous type of search in collapse void space search
(G18)when should you end selected debris removal when all victims reported missing are accounted for
(G19A)what does a dive tam consist of 4 members, diver, backup, 90% ready, line tender(trained), may dive with 3
(G19A)who is assigned support apparatus T2, responds to all dive calls as dive RIC and complete shore support duties
(G19B)who (4) is contacted for OES dive rescue OPS chief who must approve, E6 captains, program manager and assistant
(G19B)how many members are on the dive team 14
(G19B)who contacts ECD to inform operator of daily status when dive deployed ranking member
(G19B)what equipment (4) is assigned to OES dive deployment OES truck and trailer, van, command vehicle, logistics trailer
(G19B)what things (4) should be done upon return to stockton after dive deployment inspect vehicles, inventory equipment, letter to ops chief by ranking officer, hold critique
(G19B)which forms when, and why must be completed by all members on dive deployment (OES42) prior to relief, transferred to another incident, completion of assignment, for pay reimbursement , (FD57A) overtime request <24 hours, (ICS214) daily log
(G20)what office notifications are made for LODD or serious injury BC to OPS chief to FD CHIEF
(G20)what will happen if a death occurs OPS chief create a team to notify family (chaplain & BC) notified in 2 hrs in county, contact OPS chief prior to meeting family, don't park in front of house, if outside county local fire dept make notification, family support liaison will be appointed
(G20)when should FD chief contact family within 24 hours
(G20)when will info on death be released not until family is notified
(G20)what will happen if serious injury OPS chief creates 2 person team, a BC or captain not involved becoming the family liaison and offering family transport to hospital
(G21)who is dispatched to elevator call engine , truck
(G21)what is the best way to handle elevator call simplest way first
(G21)what do you find on the inside of the mechanical room door name and phone of the elevator service company
(G21)what are the 2 types of elevators hydraulic and cabler
(G21)what are the most frequent causes of elevator problems electrical malfunctions and door malfunctions
(G21)where will you find the firefighter key knox box
(G21)where will you find the elevator power switch the elevator machine room and clearly marked
(G21)how do you unlock the escape hatch from outside the car
(G21)what is fire service mode fire service control phase I and II
(G21)what is fire service control phase I built after 1973 elevator travel 25-70 ft.(low rise) on recalls all elevators to lobby and doors open
(G21)what is fire service control phase II built after 1973 elevator travel >70 ft.(high rise)on off or bypass, bypass will allow elevator to override any smoke detectors activated and can be operated normally with FF key in place
(G21)What are 2 rules of FF Key Not attached to any other key, not be removable when in bypass mode
(G21)How does fire service mode work Hold "door close" until door is closed
(G21)How do we handle elevator problems in city bldg ECD notify CBM who will contact elevator company if unable to rescue victims by simple means, forcing entry, notify Ops chief - advise of damage, don’t delay rescue
(G21)How to handle stuck in elevator when no life threat Confirm mechanic en route, Locate car, passengers check stop button, recycling power at elevator control room, turn power off and have occupant attempt to open car door, unable to open then use elevator tool
(G21)How to handle stuck in hydraulic elevator when life threat Turn power off, hydraulic - MANUAL LOWERING VALVE, if door won’t open when power back on then use elevator tool then force entry.
(G21)How to handle stuck in Cable elevator when life threat Turn power off, electric traction lowering, tool to release friction brake, turn drive shaft to lower by hand, reset brake, use elevator tool then force
(G21)When and how should you force entry into elevator door In life threat emergency only (fire, communication can’t be established, medical emergency or passenger panic
(G21)What are the 4 levels of technical rescue 1. Operational, 2. Medium, 3. Light, 4.basic
(G22)What are the staffing levels Co. 3 have 6 heavy T3 Captain will be heavy
(G22)What records will be maintained FD-151 for all drills, at company 3 and DOT for one year including certs, B truck captain responsible
(G22)Who dispatched on rescue request E3, T3, R3, BC, OP1, ambulance, hazmat 10 (if confined space)
(G22)What must be assigned on every rescue call 1. Safety officer, certified, ensure safety briefing is done. 2. RGS (T3 capt.) tactical control over all rescue operations
(G23)How do you handle mass bee sting Isolate and deny, full ppe, scba, rescue and treat, 11/2. With 3% AFFF or AFFF extinguisher, ECD will notify the Agricultural Commissioner after confirmation from the first in officer
(G24)What is hazardous materials response level 1 1. One engine, No evacuations or notifications required
(G24)What is hazardous materials response level 2 2. SFD Hazmat team, Evacuation, materials need to be identified, tested, sampled contained, extinguished, navigable waterway or storm drain, sewer drain, creek, slough, canal, vehicle fluid spills = or > 40 gallons
(G24)What is hazardous materials response level 3 3. Assistance of the SJ County Team, Fires allowed to burn, BLEVE, evacuation, multijurisdictional, civilian injuries or death
(G24)What is hazardous materials response level 4 4. State or federal
(G24)What should the first arriving engine do on haz mat response SLOW DOWN and assess, uphill, upwind, upstream, keep apparatus out of danger, safety, isolate, notify
(G24)What is the primary goal in ICS for level 2 or greater Establish an Incident Action Plan based on life safety, incident stabilization, and environment/property conservation
(G24)What is the objective of size-up Identify the nature and severity of the immediate problem and to gather sufficient information to formulate an effective action plan, If smell a distinct odor back out, must wear full protective clothing for all hazardous materials incidents
(G24)What are the objectives in identification The type, quantity, possibility of contamination, immediate exposure, hazards presented
(G24)What are some sources for identification (6) Labels, placards, MSDS, pre-plan, personnel at scene, DOT guide
(G24)What should the action plan provide Safety, evacuation, control of situation, stabilization of material, decontamination, disposal or removal, notifications
(G24)When should you not shelter in place If in flammable atmosphere
(G24)What are the responsibilities of HGS Oversee leaders of - entry, decontamination, site access control, technical reference and safe refuge, setup of zones, assign assistant safety officer
(G24)How will haz mat disposals be handled Contain/ cover material to prevent waterway contamination, private property - owner, city or county property – ECD will advise corp yard or county public works of type and amount of material for pick up, freeway - CHP is responsible
(G24)How do you handle spills <40gal On road – absorbent and tow truck or HMRT, off road in dirt – notify HMRT who notify county environmental health, waterway – same, significant potential for public exposure – same, spills other than vehicle fluid – same
(G24)Who has haz mat IC authority Agency having primary traffic investigative authority or jurisdiction event occurred, pipeline – calfire, waterway – USCG, aircraft – NTSB, Radiological – DOD, DE, EPA
(G25)How do you handle capacitors with PCBs Notify HMRT who notify EPA, full PPE, control runoff, don’t use water, usually rectangular box (pre 1977), 6" by 6" yellow label on power pole or electrical installation
(G26)How do you handle haz mat OES notification After consult with HMRT BC have ECD notify, spill <40 gal
(G26)In regards to haz mat incidents, what responsibilities are public officials charged with Reporting spills and leaks and potential spills and leak that pose a threat to public health, safety, environment or property
(G26)When should notifications happen for haz mat incidents Immediately or during normal hours will be based upon the size and nature of the incident and the officer in charge will make that determination
(G26)Who will ECD notify for absorbent pickup Public works
(G27)Where can you get an air monitoring device During emergency event - San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services Haz-Mat Team Crew, non-emergency - Municipal Utilities Department - Collection Systems
(G28)What can you tell me about the rescue team At co. 3, Evaluated quarterly to determine weakness and strengths
(G29)Who should you communicate an extraordinary hazard Supervisor or ISO
(G29)When should you request emergency traffic? When in serious peril or aware of an emergency situation
(G29)What info should you give during emergency traffic Location, victims, cause, actions necessary for rescue, Hazards to downed FF and rescuers
(G29)What happens when you activate the emergency button on the radio Signal sent to ECD and ICP, radio changes to ch. 6, identifier sent to ECD who will try to contact if no contact will notify IC, to clear turn off then on
(G29)What should IC do if happens at a fire Activate RIC, call for PAR, and request another alarm
(G29)What are the steps for emergency traffic tone alert Ask ECD to broadcast emergency traffic tone, ECD broadcast tone then "clear radio for emergency traffic”, IC broadcast emergency information, IC or designee broadcast "Emergency Traffic, All Clear."
(G29)What are the steps for evacuation signal IC or ECD shall broadcast, "Clear radio for emergency traffic" followed by the alert tone, ECD "evacuate the building", conduct a PAR
(G29)What is the evacuation signal 10 sec horn blast followed by 10 sec of silence, 3 times, ECD broadcast same sequence, on channel 1 and tactical channel
(G29)How does the incident time clock work ECD start clock when units dispatched to structure fire, notify IC at 10 minutes and every 5 minutes thereafter, IC stops clock, may be used for other emergencies
(G30)How long does it take a train to stop going 30 and 60 mph ½ mile and 1 ½ mile
(G30)When should you attempt to actuate railroad block signals Never
(G30)What info should you give ECD when you have an emergency and need to stop a train Name of railroad, nature of problem, and location
(G30)What is the normal procedure to stop a train Swing visible object horizontally, back and forth at knee to hip height,
(G30)What must train do when see fuse stop
(G30)What should you do after the train stops Inform conductor of hazard
(G31)What are the equipment requirements for rope rescue Meets NFPA 1983 standards, log kept will all rope
(G31)When will rope rescue equipment inspected First Saturday of January, April, August, and September and after each use
(G31)When will equipment be washed and how First Saturday of January, July and anytime they are visibility soiled, in cold water, Life Line Cleaner" ONLY, rinsed again a minimum of three times or until water is clear
(G31)What is the procedure for rope operations Request company 3, implement ICS, assign RGS -Rigger(s) -Rescuer(s) -Haul Team Members -Support Personnel
(G31)What are the safety requirements for rope rescue protection over 5 feet or structures not designed to be climbed, rope systems shall be safety-checked, Safety lines should always be used unless not feasible or endangers rescuer, Safety line us separate anchor
(G32)What is needed for confined space entry / rescue FD 150
(G32)What is a confined space Large enough and so configured that an employee can enter and perform assigned work, limited or restricted means of entry or exit, designed for continuous employee occupancy
(G32)What is a Permit-required confined space potential to contain a hazardous atmosphere, floor which slopes downward and tapers to a small cross section, inwardly converging walls, other recognized serious safety or health hazard
(G32)What are the safety requirements (6) for confined space rescue Establish perimeter, isolate, deny entry, determine number of victims and hazards, establish ventilation
(G32)What is the procedure for technical rescue operations Atmospheric monitoring < 19.5 or > 23.5 = haz, use negative ventilation for only one point of entry, lock out/tag out, minimum positions - rescue group, supervisor, attendant (entry control officer), rescuers, backup rescuers, action plan, PPE
(G32)How should you terminate an incident Personnel accountability, Remove tools and equipment, Decon, Secure scene
(G35)When should you test the pre-empt button Monthly by the officer during monthly quarters inspection, noted in the log book
(G35)Where will the directions be posted Officers ensure directions posted on the wall near the controls, in the Company Reference Book
(G35)When will the pre-empt button used Every code-3 run
(G37)When should emergency street sweep be used Only to mitigate an incident that is limiting the public's ability to use the thoroughfare or a danger to the community
(G37)How is emergency street sweep requested Officer makes request through ECD who notifies the Deputy Chief of Administration and Deputy Public Works Director / O & M
(G39)Where do we get 2 in 2 out from Required in OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134
(G39)What is a standby team Crew available for rescue prior to assignment of a RIC, at least 2 fully equipped, 1 may be engaged in secondary activities, not BC
(G39)What is a known rescue Exception to 2 in 2 out. Immediate risk to life safety exists within the interior IDLH atmosphere, told via radio person trapped, via bystander someone inside building; you can see victim at a window, there is realistic expectation of rescue
(G39)What is the incipient stage of fire Fire which is in the initial or beginning stage and which can be controlled or extinguished by portable fire extinguishers, Class II standpipe or small hose systems without the need for PPE
(G39)What is structure fire Physical activity of fire suppression, rescue, or both inside of buildings or enclosed structures which are involved in fire situation beyond the incipient stage
(G39)What is an entry team At least 2, in voice contact (radio not count) or visual contact, operating in hazardous IDLH areas
(G39)What are the IC reporting duties For attack without standby team, written report forwarded through chain to ops chief explaining reasons for decision
(G39)What must IC announce over radio prior to entry into IDLH 2 in 2 out has been met or known rescue exists
(G40)What is a near miss A unintentional, unsafe occurrence that could have resulted in an injury, fatality or property damage
(G40)Why do we report a near miss Share and learn from real experiences, Formulate strategies to reduce injuries, Enhance safety
(G40)When do we submit a near miss report No later than 3 days, should be submitted to DOT
(G40)Who will review the near miss report Safety officer (committee), Removes names, Identifies trends
(G40)What will happen after the review of the near miss report No disciplinary action, Green sheet published within 14 days, Final report within 30 days, Based on the severity and to prevent any reoccurrences. The Department Safety Officer require all parties involved to receive additional instruction or training
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