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1

what is deemed a high rise

18m 6 floors

2

what height for dry riser

18m

3

what height for wet riser

60m before 2006, 50m after

4

if you require a special pda for a building how do you arrange this

hotwire>station diary>special attendance request

or for out of hours speak to the ood

5

what can a drm deliver

1500lpm

6

what can a wrm deliver

@ least 1500lpm for 45mins
<2006 4/5bar
>2006 8bar

7

where there are sprinklers what is the protocol

a firefighter must be sent to the stop valve, usually on ground floor.
only turn it off on instructions of IC

8

where should the fire lift remain

at the bridgehead

9

minimum rank for fire sector commander

lff

10

what equipment should be initially taken to the bridgehead

2x45
iec
2 ba
long line
fee
ba board
tic
fire bag

11

what equipment should follow asap to the bridghead

more hose, sufficient for 2 lines to effected area
another branch
bracket for ba board
access keys
plans
fib

12

minimum requirements for 'high proceedure implimented'

bridgehead established and secure
2 charged jets deployed

13

the second jet must be at least.....

one length longer that first and can be supplied from fire floor

14

current policy section 7.42 states that

people can work above the bridgehead without ba if they are in contact with the bridghead and a safety officer in stairwell who is in contact with safety officers outside.

15

what can be used to note flats searched

fib
door tags in fire bag

16

considerations before ventilating

adverse effects on fire development
effect of opening doors or windows spreading
communicating with crews. do the need to withdraw
are all the right resources in place
covering jets

17

what do we do with fixed ventilation systems

if they are operating on arrival leave them operating
only switch them off on advice of on-site engineer or fso

18

before operating fixed ventilation systems what must you consider

the path that heat fire and smoke will follow
any adverse effects on fire
adverse effects on evacuation
impact if windows or doors fail

19

when will a fso get involved

informed a 4pf
mobilised 6pf

20

what are external safety officers looking for

falling debris
cordon maintainence
external spread of fire / smoke

21

post oincident considerations

fire protection and structural integrity assessed
re-instate fire alarm systems and fixed installations
consider review of ord
if applicable all should make notes
is there anything to report to fire safety
any scope for community prevention
fso can give advice

22

if he wrm fails what should the ic should

identify whether the system has isolation valves