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1

Buildings separated by more than _____ from the fire building, should not be
identified as exposures unless the volume of fire or complexity of the incident causes an
exposure problem.

30 ft
Sec 2.1 Ch 10 Add 2

2

Numbers indicate direction
Letters indicate ____ from the main fire building or fire.

front, left, rear and right
Distance
Sec 3 and 4 Ch 10 Add 2

3

"0" - when used as the first digit, it indicates

the FIRE BUILDING or FIRE AREA.
Sec 5.1 Ch 10 Add 2

4

"0" - when used in any other position "0" refers to a subdivision of the building which is
identified by the number following the "0" or the letters following the "0".
Agree or Disagree

Agree
Sec 5.2 Ch 10 Add 2

5

"2" - is used to indicate any building or area to the _____ of the main fire building

Left
Sec 5.4 Ch 10 Add 2

6

Explanation of letters:
6.1 "A" - is used to indicate the ______ building or subdivision from the main fire building or
fire area.
6.2 "B" - is used to indicate the ____ building or subdivision.
6.3 "C" - is used to indicate the _____ building or subdivision

Second
Third
Fourth
Sec 6.1-3 Ch 10 Add 2

7

To eliminate any confusion in identifying rear exposures, all buildings in the rear shall be
referred to as ??

exposure "3".
If operations on exposure "3" become too complex, the
Incident Commander should create a sector/branch and assign a
Sector Supervisor/Branch Director to manage this area.
Sec 7.3 note