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1

Company officers may be highly trained and knowledgeable in?

Incident management
Incident priorities
Life safety
Incident stabilization
Property and environment conservation
Post-incident activities

2

The following problems may be difficult to overcome

Wide in diverse area emergency scenes
Multiple casualties
Unstable structures or vehicles
Leaking hazardous materials
Debris strong over a wide geographic area

3

A _______________ is necessary when an incident involves or threatens to involve more than one jurisdiction or agency.

Unified Command Structure

4

NFPA 1561

Standard for fire department incident management system

5

NFPA 1021 requires the fire officer 1 to be able to develop an?

Initial incidents action plan

6

An essential element of the NIMS-ICS is?

Personnel Accountability

7

The operational planning P focuses on the first 5 steps of the NIMS-ICS planning process, what are they?

•Understand the situation ( size up)
•Establish incident objectives and strategies
• developed the plan of action (IAP)
• make assignments
•Evaluate and revise the plan

8

These incident priorities are always considered in this order

Life safety
Incident stabilization
Property/environment conservation

9

NFPA 1500

Standard on fire department occupational safety and health program

10

OSHA requires___________. Anytime a company officer has a crew members engage in (IDLH) situations.

2 in 2 out

11

What does the acronym (IDLH) mean?

Immediately dangerous to life and health

12

NFPA 1710

Refers to the 2 out members as an (IRIC)

13

(IRIC)

Initial rapid intervention crew

14

________ are established at incidences when back up Crews arrive at the scene to replace the initial 2-out (IRIC) assignment with a dedicated crew.

Rapid Intervention Crew (RIC)

15

_____________ (sometimes called occupant survivability profiling) is a type of size up that should be employed to evaluate the potential of a victim being alive within an IDLH environment.

Victim Survivability profiling

16

Upon arriving at an incident, Company officers should perform a_____________of the situation and make an intelligent, informed decision based on the known events or circumstances.

360 degree size up plan

17

The environment within a structural fire can exceed________ within the to four minutes with the potential for flashover to occur within five minutes.

500°F (260°C)

18

The upper human survivability limit is________According to the NFPA.

220°F (100°C)

19

Company office and their crews may respond to incidents with a hostile conditions.These incidents may include?

Civil unrest/disturbances
Riots
Active shooters/hostile events

20

While conducting victim survivability profiling, the company officer asks the following questions

•How long has the incident been ongoing and in process?
•Are victims suspected of being or known to be trapped?
•Is it reasonable to assume that the victims I still alive?

21

To stabilize an incident, the company officer must ask

What type of incident?
What hazards will responders face?
What resources are present or needed?
What strategies and tactics are available?

22

A company officer must employ the following to accomplish incident priorities

Proven leadership skills
Proper resource management
Supervisory skills
Knowledge of fire behavior

23

Layman described the following considerations needed for analyzing any emergency situation.

Facts
Probabilities
Own situation
Decision
Plan of operation

24

Upon arrival, the first arriving company officer as the initial incident commander should?

•Establish command
•Perform a 360 check
•Determine Offensive or defensive strategy
• assign task
•Begin completing the organizations tactical worksheet

25

__________I things that are not known for certain but based on known facts, are likely to happen.

Probabilities

26

___ or more decisions must be made in the ongoing size up process and initial decision and one or more supplemental decisions based on three incident priorities.

2

27

A variety of_______options are available to the company officer had an incident.

Command

28

Situations that require immediate action to stabilize the incident mandate the company officers assistance to carry out the critical operation.

Fast Attack Option

29

In an _____________, the risk versus gain to firefighters is to significant to make an interior fire attack.

Offense strategy

30

In an_______________ the risk versus gain to firefighters is too significant to make an interior fire attack.

Defensive mode