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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

Structure collapse incident will not only require our members to exercise their?

Knowledge, skills, and abilities plus test our technical rescue capabilities

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

Tension Forces is a force of stretch members, but what doesn’t have no reliable tension strength

Concrete and masonry

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

Members are crushed they tend to give a warning such as the splitting or bowing of wood

Compression forces

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

Vertical load caused by gravity pushing on the floor slabs and beams is called?

Bending forces

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

Wood beam are strong in compression and tension, but are subject to shearing along a horizontal plane is called?

Shear forces

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

Constructed with a skeletal structural framing system of wood or light gauge steel components are?

Light- Frame Construction

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

What construction is built without a skeletal structural frame, it used heavy-wall support and assembly system support the floor and roof assemblies

Heavy- Wall Construction

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

Build using “cast-in-place” construction consisting of flat, slab panel, waffle, and two-way concrete slab assemblies “Pre-tensioned” (rebar) or “post tensioned” (cable)

Heavy Floor- Construction

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

Build using modular, pre-cast, concrete components for floors, walls, columns and other that are connected and assembly and building enclosure use steel beam and columns or a concrete framing system

Pre-Cast Construction

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

You would find Light- Frame Construction in what type of construction

Residential, multiple, low-rise occupancies, and light commercial/manufacturing up to four stories in height

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

You would find Heavy- Wall Construction in what type of construction

Commercial, mercantile, and industrial building 1-6 stories in height

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

You would find Heavy Floor- Construction in what type of construction

School, hospital, parking garage and multi-purpose occupancies

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

You would find Pre-Cast Construction in what type of construction

Commercial, mercantile, office, parking, and multi- purpose structures

14
From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

when one end of the floors) or roof are hanging free because one or more of the walls have failed and the other end still attached to the remaining wall is called

Cantilever Collapse

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

When one of the supporting wall fail, or floor and roof joist breaks or separates at one end, then causes one end of the floor or roof to rest on a lower floor is called

Lean- To Collapse

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

When bearing walls or columns fail and upper floor drops on lower floors causing them to collapse in the same manner is called

Pancake Collapse

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

When heavy loads because a floor or roof to collapse near the center, results in two void space being created along the outer walls is called

“V” – Type Collapse

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

When one end of a floor or roof collapse, other end remains supported creating a void on either side of the supporting member is called

Tent Collapse

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

What can occur prior to or after arrival of rescues, more severe than the initial collapse

Secondary Collapse

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

Secondary Collapse potential for injuries to members, personnel from other agencies, civilian, bystanders

TRUE

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

“look-outs” must be designated and assigned to monitor the structure looking for what

Movement, secondary collapse

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

Which unit is responsible an area deem “outside” the collapse zone are too directed ambulatory victims to a safe triage area, gathering initial on-scene information for known and potential victims, and their activities prior to the collapse, types of occupancy, and pertinent information that can be determined by visually observing and gathering.

First Responders or first unit on the scene

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

All information type of building, collapse, occupancy, time of day, and interviews of witnesses and persons, familiar with the building, located on the surface, lightly buried by debris, can be seen or heard, known location but cannot be seen or heard rescue normally progress from safe area into unsafe area and focus on victims is called what?

General Victim Removal Priorities

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

Risk vs. Gain mains what?

Analysis the situation at hand to ensure we do not too quickly begin that will not place own personnel in jeopardy

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

To identify victims and carried out on all sides of the building and above and below when accessible consisted of?

Search techniques

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

How many phases of a collapse rescue operation are there and name them.

There are six (6)
Phase 1 Size-Up andAssessment
Phase 2 Removal of surface and lightly covered victims
Phase 3 Voids and accessible space searched for victim
Phase 4 Selected debris removal using specialized equipment and techniques
Phase 5 General debris removal after all know victims have been recovered
Phase 6 Termination

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

More thorough assessment and size-up, to be carried out as soon as possible, will utilize the initial information as well as that gathered from rescue first inserted into the site to develop an Incident Action Plan for further operations, with the following information taken fall in what phases?

Phase 1 Size-Up and Assessment

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

Identifying the building involved, and for each involved building determine,Type of occupancy, Type of construction, Part of building involved and the type of collapse, Voids and space where viable victim are likely, Current structural stability issues other hazards consisted of what phased?

Phase 1 Size-Up and Assessment

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

Victims located on the surface and those likely covered can normally be quickly identified and removed from the collapse zone is in which phase?

Phase 2 Removal of surface and lightly covered victims

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From the Rescue Ops Bulletins

Victims locations are not know search area that could have afforded a victims a reasonable chance of survival which could be found in Hallways and exits, voids under floors which are not totally collapse would be found in which phase?

Phase 3 Voids and accessible space searched for victim