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1

No other action on the foreground saves more lives and property than what?

proper sized/placed attack line

2

Appropriate GPM is not dependent on _____ or _____.

water supply
staffing

3

We must strive to complete a primary search within the first ____ minutes on scene.

10

4

A building is not clear until when?

We say it's clear.

5

Must the entire building be searchable for search to be assigned?

NO

6

What tasks can be assigned to RIT before backfilling RIT with additional units?

critical fireground tasks

7

Where should fire attack be initiated from in a large structure?

Entry point closest to the fire.

8

How far out from the scene (time) should units announce?

one minute

9

What NFPA # covers requirements for single family residential structure fires?

NFPA 1710

10

How many personnel must be on the initial alarm assignment for a SFR fire? With an aerial?

14
15

11

Minimum water supply of _____gpm for _____ minutes must be maintained by _____ personnel.

400gpm
30 minutes
1 personnel

12

2 attack lines of ____ gpm combined, at ____ gpm minimum, with at least _____ personnel/line.

300 gpm
100 gpm min
2 personnel

13

Initial alarm assignment SFR Fire must have a search team of at least ____ personnel.

two

14

At least 1 team of ____ personnel for ground ladders and ventilation.

2 personnel

15

Aerial device on scene must have what?

An operator

16

RIT does not need to be established until what alarm is called?

2nd alarm

17

1st alarm SFR fire is what apparatus?

4 engine
1 ladder/truck
1 BC
1 EMS
1 EMS DO

18

2nd alarm SFR fire apparatus?

2 engines
1 ladder/truck
1 BC
1 EMS
1 EMS DO

19

3rd alarm SFR fire appartus

2 engines
1 ladder/truck

20

4th alarm

2 engines
1 ladder/truck

21

Jumping alarms (1-3 etc) receives what?

All apparatus inclusive of all alarms covered.

22

At what point will Lee Control advise all Command Staff Officers of an incident?

Upon request of a 2nd alarm or two additional single resource mutual aid units

23

What is the apparatus response for a gas leak/odor?

2 engines
1 ladder

24

At what point will dispatch provide a MAC prompt to IC's?

10 minute notification

25

What incident types receive 10 minute notification/MAC prompts? (7)

aircraft emergency
explosion
Haz-mat
prolonged extrication
brush fires
structure fires
train/rail fires

26

MAC is automatically activated when?

Additional alarm is requested.

27

Who can request MAC when they feel it is warranted?

IC or Chiefs

28

The conclusions drawn from what you see while circling the incident on the size up usually is the basis for what?

IAP

29

What are the three basic sources for fire ground factors?

Visual info
Recon info
Pre plan/direct knowledge

30

What are the four critical foreground factors?

fire control
search
ventilation
property conservation