Command 1B Part 2

  1. The follow-up report to command and control will include the fires relationship to _______ during wildland fires.
    SRA lands
  2. When the battalion chief returns command to the jurisdictional captain, that captain shall remain in command on scene until the _______ of all personnel is complete.
  3. Emergency radio traffic shall be broadcasted over _____ and ______ by _____
    • Command
    • Tactical
    • Command and Control
  4. Incident management teams for wildland fires shall be activated when _____
    According to current department policy if ordered by the duty chief if ordered by the incident management team IC
  5. First attack on wildland fires will be a ______ control operation on the fires flank unless there is immediate exposure protection needed.
  6. Burning out/firing out requires approval of the ____ and backfiring requires approval of the ______
    • Division/Group Supervisor
    • Operations section chief or IC
  7. A minimum safety briefing on wildland fires shall include ______, _______, and _____
    • Fire orders
    • LCES
    • Watch out situations
  8. Who shall carry spare copies of Fire orders, LCES, watch out situations, and downhill-indirect line construction guidelines?
    Battalion chiefs
  9. Fly crews shall not begin work until they have the following
    approved assignment from the IC and have received a communications briefing.
  10. Who shall approve a request of undercut line construction by a fly crew supervisor?
    Immediate supervisor
  11. The IC may utilize a _____ or ______ as a safety officer on wildland fire incidents
    • Qualified Engine Captain
    • Camp Superintendent
  12. The Battalion Chief may consider moving the ICP to a different location on wildland fires that provides _________
    • an area away from tactical activities
    • better communications
    • safer location
    • easy access
    • better view of the incident
  13. The AC may consider moving the ICP on wildland fires that provides ______
    • Office space
    • telephones
    • lighting
    • helicopter pads
  14. The standard definition of fuel types are _______
    • Grass- flashy/tall
    • Light brush- up to 2 feet
    • Medium brush- 2-6 feet
    • Heavy brush- over 6 feet
  15. The battalion chief shall report to _____ when fire is on or threatening SRA land and request an _______
    • Command and Control
    • Agency representative
  16. The first arriving superintendent will become ______ and the 2nd superintendent given _____ assignments
    • Crew coordinator
    • Line Assignments
  17. Group supervisors should be given _____ name designators on wildland fires.
    Geographical or street names
  18. Unified Command shall include ______ operations section chief, IAP and single point ordering system.
  19. The IC shall refer to the ______ of the jurisdictions involved to identify planning information.
    • Battalion wildland pre-attack plans
    • (use a local officer if needed)
  20. The briefing of the staging manager shall include ________
    • Organization
    • travel routes
    • resource assignment method
    • minimum resource level at staging
    • (min level is 1 engine and 1 crew)
    • (staging advises OPS or IC of additional needs)
  21. If crews are assigned a separate tactical frequency, ______ and _____ shall also be assigned that same frequency
    Helicopters and Dozers
  22. When resource requests exceed a 2nd alarm or all units on a 2nd alarm wildland fire are assigned, command and control shall notify the _____
    Incident management team IC
  23. The company officer of the engine assigned to the helispot shall transmit the following info to the pilot of the 1st helicopter
    • Wind direction and velocity
    • Wire hazards
    • location of other aircraft
  24. Who will implement the evacuation plan of citizens during wildland fires?
    • Law enforcement agency
    • (fire personnel may only recommend evacuation)
  25. Residents only road closure is defined as _____
    Complete road closure is defined as ______
    • Closed except to local residents to protect lives and property (law enforcement mode II)
    • Closed completely to all civilian traffic due to hazards (law enforcement mode III)
  26. Deployment of hose on wildland incidents shall be _______
    • 1"- lateral line for mop-up and safety zones
    • 1.5" primary attack line
    • 2.5" supply line
  27. When flame lengths hit ridgetops the flame lengths will generally ____
    double, triple, and maybe quadruple
  28. When burning out/firing out the division or group supervisor shall notify the ______
    operations section chief or IC
  29. When burning out for line construction the camp crew superintendent/supervisor shall use the ______ or ______ method
    • 2' method or
    • parallel method (5'-50')
  30. When backfiring personnel shall ______
    • Request approval from OSC or IC
    • Assign a supervisor
    • expected time of backfiring
    • conduct safety briefing
    • review weather
    • notify and obtain acknowledgement or effected personnel on crew net and tactical frequency
  31. Mop up of wildland fires 5 acres or less will be _____% over 5 acres _____ foot in from the perimeter
    • 100%
    • 50 foot
  32. If a decision to remove personnel prior to completion of mop up, ____ and _____ shall be left in place until completed.
    Hoselines and lookouts
  33. If dozers and camp crews are cancelled enroute who shall assume responsibility for constructing cold trails?
    Engine Company
  34. The IC shall confirm with _____ personnel prior to declaring containment and _____ shall be responsible for inspecting their division prior to declaring containment
    • Command personnel
    • division supervisors
  35. The IC shall request a _______ unit leader on all campaign fires over a ______ alarm
    • communications unit leader
    • 2nd alarm
  36. how many helicopters shall remain on scene until the ____ determines there is no potential for spot fire outside control lines?
    • one helicopter
    • IC (can take 1-2 hours)
  37. Backfiring defined is _________
    a indirect method where fuels between the control line and main fire are burned
  38. Who shall carry battalion wildland pre-attack plans for the entire county?
    • All chief officers
    • strike team leaders
    • camp superintendents
  39. Burning out/firing out defined
    Setting fire inside the control line to consume fuel between the edge of the fire and the control line
  40. Burning period is defined as
    from the time a fire starts til 10 am the next day
  41. Containment is defined as ______
    control is defined as _______
    • containment = line completely around fire
    • control = no chance of escape once fire is out
  42. Engine Safety zone (ESZ) is defined as ___
    • Parking area for a pre-designated number of engines (usually 2-5)
    • (not a deployment zone)
  43. Fly crew defined
    paid crew up to 10 members with a supervisor
  44. lateral hose line defined _______
    1" hose installed with "T" every 200ft on 1.5" main line
  45. Major incident support team defined____
    a incident management team for incidents over 24 hours
  46. Public safe refuge area defined __
    holding/safe area for civilian vehicles with passengers inside staffed by 1 engine and law enforcement within a target area
  47. Safety Hazard area defined ________
    Safety zone defined ____-
    • Area on pre-attack plans that designate high probability of civilian and firefighter loss
    • area large enough to evacuate and not deploy shelters
  48. Short support team defined ______
    Incident management teams for incidents between 4-30 hours and less than 350 personnel.
  49. Who shall be responsible for evaluating proposed wildland target areas
    assisting with resource estimates
    inspecting wildland plans for quality
    annual verification of engine safety zones
  50. Annual review of all wildland areas and pre-attack plans shall be conducted in _____, a memo through channels to pre-attack coordinator by _______ changes sent by _____
    • March
    • April 1st
    • April 15th
  51. wildland pre-attack plans consist of 3 components which are ________
    • Quad map
    • strip-map
    • target area information
  52. If a strip map has a target area requiring in excess of 30 engines, the area shall be split into _____________
  53. If apparatus carry more than ____ pre-attack plans a pre-attack folder shall create, if ______ or under plans, they shall be carried in the ______folder
    • More than 5
    • 5
    • 78 (Target hazard folder)
  54. The wildland pre-attack committee shall consist of __________ and meet ________
    • 1 AC appointed by ops chief
    • 1 BC from all field divisions with wildland
    • 1 BC from prevention
    • meet quarterly
  55. Base Large defined
    Base small defined
    • Large = 1000' x 1000' over 500 firefighters
    • Small = parking lot 10 vehicles, easily located, and operate from 1-2 operational periods
  56. An engine safety zones consists of ______
    • Free of flammable vegetation for 30'
    • Free of heavy fuel (model 4) for 200'
    • allow engines to turn around
    • not located mid-slope in a fuel break, or saddle
    • (should have a minimum of 3 zones in target area)
  57. residential assembly point (RAP) defined______
    location outside target area for residential meeting
  58. Sensitive area defined _____
    vulnerable area defined ____
    • State and federal park lands
    • where specific structures if ignited would lead to a conflagration
  59. Target Area defined
    wildland interface area of 20 or more structures with a minimum density of 1 structure per acre
  60. Pre-attack symbol legends for safe areas are______
    • Engines safety zone(ESZ) = yellow diamond, # engines
    • public safety area = yellow diamond w/psr
  61. The pre-attack symbols for hazardous areas are _______
    • Target Area=solid red line
    • evacuation area boundary=broken red line
    • safety hazard area=shaded in pink
    • vulnerable area=solid yellow line
    • sensitive area=broken green line
  62. Pre-attack symbols for evacuation route is _______
    solid green line with arrows directing travel direction
  63. The pre-attack symbols for ICS facilities are _______
    • Base= blue circle with B
    • Staging area= blue circle with a S
    • Helispot= blue circle with an H
    • Rap=blue circle with a RAP
  64. Pre-attack symbols for structure information is _________
    • Combustible roof= red dot
    • isolated structures= orange dot
  65. To estimate resource needs you should _____
    • (Myers Rule) Take a number of houses on target perimeter, divide by 4 for number of engine companies plus 1 strike team in reserve
    • *for combustible roofs add 2 more strike teams
  66. Evacuation routes shall list _____
    2 safe routes of evacuation that don't interfere with FD operations
  67. Who is responsible for developing and implementing a medical evacuation plan on wildland fires?
    Incident commander
  68. a ____ medical evacuation plan will be developed on any working wildland fire
    written medical evacuation plan
  69. The 3 ways a patient may be evacuated on a wildland fire is by ______
    • by hand (stokes litter)
    • by ground vehicle
    • by air
  70. The priorities of LACO fire when dealing with hazardous materials are ________
    • Protection of life
    • protection of environment
    • protection of property
  71. Who is responsible for containment of actual or threatened Haz Mat release?
    Hazardous materials squad
  72. Entry into the exclusion zone shall not be made until______
    • Haz Mat squad at scene with back up
    • contamination reduction zone established
    • site characterization plan made
    • IAP developed
    • PM squad at scene
    • all required support units at scene
  73. All companies responding to a suspected Haz Mat incident shall approach _______ wearing full _________
    • Uphill upwind
    • Full PPE
  74. All haz mat incidents shall be managed using the ______ command with representatives of ________, ________, and ________
    • Unified Command
    • LACO Fire, Health Haz Mat
    • and local law enforcement
  75. Who shall assume all duties of off-highway haz mat incidents?  On highway incidents?
    • Off- highway = LACO Fire
    • On-highway= law enforcement agency
  76. Who shall supervise and give final clearance of contamination of haz mat incidents?
    Health Haz Mat services
  77. The standard Hazardous materials response in county is _____ out of county_____
    • 2 Engines, 1 haz mat task force, 1 squad, 1 BC 1 light and MAU as needed
    • Out of county= 1 haz mat squad and 1 BC
  78. The minimum rescue plan for haz mat incidents shall be _______
    • Identify= exclusion zone
    • safe refuge area within exclusion zone
    • contamination reduction zone
    • access control points
  79. If victims must be moved prior to establishment of the contamination reduction zone they should be moved to ________
    A pre-determined area of safe refuge within the exclusion zone
  80. The 3 zones of a haz mat incident are _____
    • Exclusion = 300 ft from edge of haz mat
    • contamination reduction zone
    • support zone= large enough to support a unified command
  81. If the IC decides evacuation is needed during a haz mat incident he should meet with ______ and plan______
    • Local law enforcement
    • areas to be evacuated
    • priorities of evacuation
    • access and egress routes
    • location of evacuation shelters
  82. Minimum decontamination of personnel leaving the exclusion zone shall be ______
    • 60 seconds flush from 1.5" fog stream
    • (personnel doing decon in full PPE)
    • (runoff to be contained)
  83. Apparatus supplying the decontamination line shall be placed __________
    • uphill/upwind in the support zone
    • and 100 feet from contamination reduction zone
  84. The ______ zone is considered uncontaminated and normal work clothes are appropriate
    support zone
  85. Carbon monoxide monitoring shall take place at the IC request during _______
    • salvage and overhaul operations
    • confined space and below grade incidents
    • CO detector responses
  86. Cal/Osha permissible exposure limit to carbon monoxide is ________
    • 25 PPM
    • (if over 25 PPM SCBA and PPE required)
  87. A secondary monitoring shall be performed where a previous reading of _______ or more is found
    • 25 PPM
    • (read from perimeter 1st, lowest to highest)
  88. The IC shall request health haz mat to CO incidents when _______
    • Readings of 25 PPM or more
    • sign of CO poisoning
    • premises evacuated
    • IC feels needed
    • (request GAS CO of Gas shut off)
  89. When the CO has been reduced to a safe level, the premises may be reoccupied at the discretion of the ________
    Health Haz Mat officer
  90. The IC shall request a haz mat task force to CO incidents when ___________
    • CO level of 100 PPM or more
    • signs of CO poisoning
    • IC feels need
  91. The first alarm for a high rise fire is ____
    second alarm____ third alarm_____
    • 1= 4 eng, 2 trucks, 1est, 1 sq, 2 BC
    • 2= 4 eng, 1 truck, 1 sq, 1 haz mat TF, 1 USAR, 1HELO, 1 MAU, 1 BC, and 1 AC
    • 3= 4 eng, 1 truck, 2 BC, 1 AC, 1DC, IMT paged
  92. The priorities of LACO fire for high rise incidents are ______
    • Protection of life
    • Incident stabilization thru fire control
    • property protection/conservation
  93. The responsibility of use of elevators for high rise fires rest with the ______
    • Incident Commander
    • (do not use for initial attack or logistics)
  94. The tactical priorities for high rise fire incidents are ________-
    Investigation/fire attack/rescue/ ensure adequate water supply, control building systems (HVAC), control floors below and above the fire
  95. During high rise fire incidents, the 1st in company shall,  the 2nd in company shall..
    • 1st- (SWAP) Size up, primary water, fire attack, pass command
    • 2nd- (CLAS) Command, lobby, additional resources, support operations
  96. During high rise incidents, the 3rd company shall, the 4th company shall...
    • 3= (WM) secondary water, manpower
    • 4= (BM) Base, manpower
    • (1st in squad assigned to medical)
  97. The deployment of chief officers during high rise fires include _______-
    • 1 BC - IC
    • 2nd BC- Division supervisor on fire floor
    • 1st AC- IC (BC to operations)
    • 3rd BC- logistics chief
    • 4th BC- division supervisor above fire floor
  98. Initial investigation /fire attack companies shall _____-
    • Size up
    • Entry to fire control room (elevator to phase1)
    • check annunciator panel
    • identify and enter stairwell
    • pass command
    • check 2 floors below fire for staging area 
    • check conditions on floors above and below fire floors
  99. Water supply operations on high rise fires shall include _______
    • water supply- 1st and 3rd engines
    • 1st engine within 100ft of FDC
    • only 2.5" hose used
    • hydrant within 100ft, obtain own supply
    • all FDC connected and charged
  100. Base shall be located ______ feet away from building during high rise fire incidents
    200 feet
  101. Elevator control
    phase 1
    phase 2
    • Phase 1= elevators called to lobby
    • Phase 2= FD has manual control
  102. Fire extinguishing systems
    Class 1
    Class 2
    Class 3
    • Class 1= dry with 2.5" outlets for FD
    • Class 2= wet with 1.5" outlets for occupants
    • Class 3= both 1 and 2
    • Combined= both standpipe and sprinkler
  103. high rise structure defined________
    High rise staging defined______
    • building more than 75 feet above lowest floor
    • 2 floors below fire floor for manpower and rehab
  104. who shall be responsible to provide technical information to the IC on confined space incidents?
    • USAR Level 3 personnel
    • Haz Mat personnel
  105. The confined space safety officer shall be responsible for the ____ area and work with the _________
    • confined space area
    • incident safety officer
  106. Who shall be the only one making contact with entry personnel on confined space incidents?
    confined space attendant
  107. All uniformed personnel shall have ______ hours of confined space awareness training
  108. Priorities of LACO fire in dealing with confined space incidents include ______
    • protection of life
    • protection of environment
    • protection of property
  109. All confined spaces shall be monitored for _____
    • oxygen content
    • flammable gases and vapors
    • potential toxic air contaminants
  110. When a confined space is over 5 feet or greater in depth, the following shall apply ______
    • a full body harness worn
    • a hoisting system in place
    • fall arrest precautions
  111. The command post for confined space incidents shall be located ________
    located out of the operational area but in line of sight of the area
  112. The standard response for a confined space incident includes _________
    2 eng, 1 truck, 1 haz mat TF, 1 USAR, 1 MAU, 1SQ, 1BC
  113. The exclusion zone for a confined space incident shall be _______ and a support zone shall be ______
    • Exclusion zone= 50 ft around space
    • support zone= 100ft beyond exclusion zone
    • (support zone contains ICP, med group, equip, rehab etc)
  114. Minimum staffing of a confined space rescue team shall be _______
    • 9 total personnel
    • 1 entry group sup
    • 1 entry team manager
    • 1 attendant
    • 1 confined space SO
    • 1 air supply manager
    • 4 entrants-2 as back up(30 min in and 30 min out)
  115. The 6 phases of a confined space incident are ____-
    • 1= scene prep
    • 2= entry prep
    • 3= atmospheric monitoring
    • 4=entry
    • 5= victim removal
    • 6= termination
  116. All confined space entry permits and forms shall be sent to ______ for filing per cal-osha
    technical operations section
  117. Bio-packs last for ___ hours
    4 hours
  118. confined space defined
    • large enough for a person to enter and work
    • limited means of entry/exit
    • not designed for continuous occupancy
  119. Litter team defined
    • consist of 4 personnel
    • report to entry team manager
    • no closer than 10 feet to space
  120. Confined space permit required defined ______
    • Potential for hazardous atmosphere
    • potential for engulfment
    • shape lends to entrant being trapped
    • other recognized safety or health hazards
  121. The priorities of LACO fire during civil disturbances are _____
    • Protection of life
    • protection of property
  122. There are _____ phases of tactical alert which are ______
    • 3 phases
    • phase 1= planning phase
    • phase 2= mobilization phase
    • phase 3= tactical alert
    • (phase 1 or 2 do not have to take place)
  123. During phase 1 tactical alert the following shall occur______
    • Threat analysis
    • liaison established with law enforcement
    • may develop IAP
    • no deployment
    • keep informed of any info of disturbance
  124. During phase 2 of tactical alert the following shall occur______
    • Task forces deployed to tactical alert area
    • planning meeting held
    • task forces assigned 4 personnel
    • IAP must be created
    • area command may be activated
    • CP BASE and staging identified
    • may request law enforcement for escort
    • liaisons with law enforcement established
    • C&C shall notify all BN headquarters
    • ECC may be activated
  125. During a phase 3 tactical alert the following shall occur______________
    • Chief officers assigned aides
    • ECC activated
    • law enforcement escort required
    • area command activated
    • IAP put into effect
    • C&C shall notify all BN headquarters
    • all units on radio stand-by
    • all call to chief officers
    • liaisons with law enforcement
    • mobilization centers activated
  126. Fire task forces shall consist of _____ medical task forces shall consist of ____
    • Fire TF= 3 eng, 1 truck and BC (truck only if tiller cab enclosed)
    • Med TF= 1 eng, 1 sq, and 1 amb (med TF assembled at each squad station-stay together)
  127. Requests for extrication shall be made through ________
    command and control
  128. Security escorts shall be a minimum of ____ code ___ priority of law enforcement deployment shall be ____
    • 2 - 2 person vehicles
    • (code 3 to and from incident during phase 3)
    • Local law
    • sheriff department
    • CHP
    • national guard
  129. Single engine stations in the effected area shall be moved my C&C to multi-company stations at the direction of the ______ during phases 2 and 3
    Jurisdictional BC
  130. Radio designation of medical task forces shall be _______
    designation of fire task forces shall be ____
    • Med= designation of assigned engine
    • Fire= designation of assigned BC
  131. When a phase 3 extends beyond ___ hours consideration shall be given for rehab/relief
  132. Mutual aid strike teams used during tactical alert shall be assigned a ____ with ___ and ____ radios
    • birddog
    • command and Tactical
  133. Division and branch chief officers shall provide a _____ to the operations section chief every ______ during tactical alerts
    status reports every hour
  134. Station evacuation shall include
    • door windows closed
    • electrical power off
    • all safety clothing removed
    • law enforcement notified
  135. Battalion headquarters shall be notified of reporting locations of relief personnel by ____ hours via email
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Command 1B Part 2
Command 1B part 2