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Define "V' void Middle collapse ends and leads against each other
Define lean to void When collapse wall or floor is resting against and out side wall
Explain the 9 step process of a disaster size up. 1. Gather facts 2. Assess damage 3. Consider probabilities 4. Assess your situation 5. Establish priorities 6. Make decisions 7. Develop a plan of action 8. Take action 9. Evaluate progress
Class A Fires Ordinary combustibles such as paper, cloth, wood, rubber, and many plastics
Class B Fires Flammable liquids (e.g., oils, gasoline) and combustible liquids (e.g., charcoal lighter fluid, kerosene). These fuels burn only at the surface because oxygen cannot penetrate the depth of the fluid. Only the vapor burns when ignited
Class C Fires Energized electrical equipment (e.g., wiring, motors). When the electricity is turned off, the fire becomes a Class A fire.
Class D Fires Combustible metals (e.g., aluminum, magnesium, titanium)
Class K Fires Cooking oils (e.g., vegetable oils, animal oils, fats)
there are four types of extinguishers? Water, Dry chemical, Carbon dioxide, Specialized fire extinguishers
P.A.S.S. Pull (Test the extinguisher after pulling the pin), Aim, Squeeze, Sweep
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