Category Archives: SAFE SEARCH & RESCUE

MINIMUM BULLETS

Scenario #1- Question #1. (Size Up) What FACTORS must you consider when fighting this fire. COALWASWEALTH 1. WIND SPEED AND DIRECTION 2. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 3. WATER SUPPLY 4. FIRE SPREAD TO EXPOSURES 5. ATTIC CHEMICALS 6. APPARATUS PLACEMENT 7. POSSIBLE … Continue reading

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PROPANE VEHICLE EMERGENCY RESPONSE

This section provides approaches for responding to propane vehicle incidents. Propane motor fuel tanks may be installed in cars, vans, pick-up trucks, and buses. Propane motor fuel tanks are manufactured in a variety of sizes and shapes to accommodate different … Continue reading

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Public School

QUESTION 1. With regards to your size up how will weather, time of day and street conditions affect your operations? Norman: pg 24 1. IT WILL REQUIRE ADDITIONAL ALARMS. 2. SLOWER OPERATIONS (ICE, SLIP & FALL HAZARDS) 3. MORE FREQUENT … Continue reading

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One Story Wood Frame

You are dispatched to a report of a structure fire at 20 Keller RD. a single family residence.The home is a one story, three bedroom, ranch style house with an attached 2 car garage.the house is a standard wood frame … Continue reading

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SAFE SEARCH & RESCUE

1. The Incident Commander has assigned Primary Search to your company. How would you ensure the safety of your crew members?  Essentials 182 … (Modified to Hit all Safety Points)    24 safe search and rescue techniques.      1. … Continue reading

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STRATEGIES & TACTICS

15A1.  STRATEGIES & TACTICS 1. As First Arriving Company Officer, what are your STRATEGIES & TACTICS for fighting this fire? L.  LIFE SAFETY… FIREFIGHTERS, OCCUPANTS, Other Emergency Workers & By-standers.   Location of the Fire   Size of the fire … Continue reading

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