company officer

  1. Includes autocratic democratic and laissez-faire categories
    Basic leadership style
  2. Job centered and employee centered models
    Two dimensional leadership styles
  3. Believes that no single best style exists
    Contingency leadership theory
  4. Charismatic transformational transactional and symbolic theories
    Contemporary leadership style
  5. Based theory on average worker disliking work
    Theory x
  6. Based theory on the average worker believing work is natural
    Theory y
  7. Based theory on involved workers performing without supervision
    Theory z
  8. The leader tells subordinates what to do and how to do it with little or no input from them
    Autocratic
  9. The leader includes employees in the decision making process and allows them to work with the least amount of supervision necessary
    Democratic
  10. In French it literally means to allow to do. The leader leaves employees to make all the decisions and does not supervise them
    Laissez-faire
  11. This theory was developed in the 1950s and is based on the belief that there is no single best leadership style
    Contingency leadership theory
  12. Inspires follower or tea and creates and I was asking person another workers attain
    Charismatic
  13. Depends on continuous learning innovation and change within the organization
    Transformational
  14. Involves an exchange between a leader and followers in which the followers perform tasks effectively in exchange for awards provided by the leadership
    Transactional
  15. Basis theory on a strong organizational culture that holds common values and believes
    Symbolic
  16. One problem that has been associated with theories the leader ship is
    Resistance to change
  17. What is a weakness in the theory z concept
    The leader is expected to alter the situation to meet the style rather than altering the style to meet the situation
  18. Leader give specific guidance to subordinates
    Directive
  19. Leader shows concern for subordinates
    Supportive
  20. Leader ask for suggestions from subordinates
    Participative
  21. Leader establishes high goals and expects high performance from subordinates
    Achievement oriented
  22. Highly capable individual
    Level one leader
  23. Contributing team member
    Level 2 Leader
  24. Competent manager
    Level 3 Leader
  25. Effective leader
    Level 4 Leader
  26. Executive
    Level five leader
  27. The term maturity of the employee is based on what 2 elements
    The ability of the employee to perform the task and the willingness of the employee to perform the task
  28. Uses autocratic approach
    Telling
  29. Uses refined autocreative approach that involves convincing members that the risk is appropriate and justified
    Selling
  30. Relies on input from members in determining how the task should be accomplished
    Participating
  31. Uses limits set by later and allows members to determine how the task will be accomplished
    Delegating
  32. What is regarded by some as a leader ship model for the future
    This social change model
  33. Is based on the concept that the leader involves followers in the process of accomplishing a goal within the limits of the system
    Alpha leader ship model
  34. Legitimate power is derived from what (test)
    Shared values acceptance of social structure and sanction of a legitimizing agent
  35. Someone who is responsible for the activities of one or more subordinate employees
    Supervisor
  36. The process of directing overseeing and controlling the activities of other individuals and as a basic to be successful completion of the duties assigned to a level one fire officer
    Supervision
  37. Refers to the administration in control of projects programs situations and organization
    Management
  38. Active controlling directing conducting guiding and administering through the use of personal behavior traits or personality characteristics that motivate employees to the successful completion of an organizations goals
    Leading
  39. The efficient assignment of subordinates to a supervisor is referred to as what
    Span of control
  40. In the fire and emergency services the company officer should recognize that activities can be categorized into what three levels of priority
    Emergency response preparation for emergency response and organizational duties
  41. Informal process of giving motivational direction positive reinforcement and constructive feedback to employees
    Coaching
  42. Formal process that involves activities that assist participants and identifying and resolving personal behavior or career problems that are adversely affecting performance
    Counseling
  43. Process to use to prepare capable individual’s for advancement within the organization through the direction of positive role model
    Mentoring
  44. The ability to reason and present a strong argument in favor of or against a position
    Logic
  45. Analysis of the principles of human conduct in order to be able to determine between right and wrong
    Ethics
  46. What are the four general types of reasoning
    Inductive deductive casual and analogical
  47. A process that arrives at a general conclusion based on a foundation of specific examples or Data
    Inductive reasoning
  48. The process of reaching a specific conclusion based on a general statement or principal
    Deductive reasoning
  49. A process that is based on the relationshipBetween two or more events in such a way that it is obvious one cause the other to occur
    Casual reasoning
  50. Based on a comparison between two similar cases in furs that what is true in the first case will also be true in a second case
    Analogical reasoning
  51. Reasoning that occurs when someone Attempts to persuade others without sufficient supporting evidence or by using irrelevant or inappropriate arguments
    Fallacy or fallacious reasoning
  52. Company officers should remember that providing what is the bottom line in the fire and emergency services
    Quality service
  53. A problem that is a recurring it may even be a symptom of a larger problem
    Generic problem classification
  54. A problem that may only occur once
    Exceptional problem classification
  55. Explains why members of a group may go along with that decision even when they believe it to be a bad one rather than dissent against to the group
    Abilene paradox theory (test)
  56. Rule of conduct or procedure established by customer agreement or authority
    Law
  57. Body of rules and principles governing the affairs of a community and enforced by the political judicial authority
    Legal authority
  58. The body of law that is based on tradition custom usage and decisions of the judicial court within a particular country society or culture
    Common law or caselaw
  59. Deals with actual issues by establishing principles defining duties and obligations and creating and finding the limitations of rights within a society
    Substantive
  60. Defines the judiciaryRules or mechanisms used to enforce substantive laws
    Procedural
  61. Pertains to laws enacted by the legislative bodies of government
    Statutory
  62. Pertains to the laws created by the government agencies and used to enforce and implement statutory laws
    Administrative
  63. Protect society as a whole from wrongful actions also known as Penal law
    Criminal
  64. Defines relationships between individuals or groups and helps to resolve disputes between parties
    Civil also known as non-criminal laws
  65. Means by which a society protects itself
    Criminal law
  66. Means by which individuals seek redress
    Civil law
  67. Party who initiates a lawsuit before a court
    Plaintive
  68. Any person or institution against whom an action is brought in a criminal or civil court of law person being sued or accused
    Defendant
  69. State of being legally obliged and responsible
    Liability
  70. Civil wrong or breach of duty to another person as defined by law
    Tort
  71. Affective or primary cause of loss or damage or an unbroken chain of events between the occurrence and resulting damage
    Proximate cause
  72. Failure to exercise the same care that is a responsible prudent and careful person would under the same or similar circumstances
    Negligence
  73. Commission of an unlawful act committed by a public official
    Malfeasance
  74. And proper performance of a legal or lawful act
    Misfeasance
  75. Failure to act one under an obligation to do so refusal to do what is a legal duty
    Nonfeasance
  76. Level of care a responsible person would use under similar circumstances standard of behavior upon which the theory of negligence is based
    Standard of care
  77. Doctrine that the federal state or provincial or local government is immune to lawsuit unless it gives is consent
    Sovereign immunity
  78. Situation that occurs when one person is held responsible for the Actions or in actions of another individual also applies to the liability occurred by an organization for the actions or in actions of an employee
    Vicarious liability (test)
  79. The civil rights act of 1964 placed what to following obligations on employers
    Do not discriminate in employment, eliminate the present affects of past discrimination
  80. A group characteristic that may not be used as a sole reason for an employment decision unless it constitutes a bona fide occupational qualification
    Protected class
  81. Treating an applicant or employee differently than those of another race gender religion
    Disparate treatment
  82. Any overt unwanted or unwelcome sexual behavior or advances toward an Worker by someone who has the power to reward or punish the worker
    Quid pro quo (test)
  83. Procedures and criteria recognized as acceptable practices but pier professional credentialing or accrediting organizations
    Industry standard
  84. What are the three most common forms of communication
    Informal interpersonal, formal oral, and written
  85. Communication that takes place between two people who have established a relationship
    Interpersonal communication
  86. The meaning idea or concept that a speaker is attempting to communicate to the listener
    Message
  87. The path that a message takes between the sender and the receiver
    Medium or channel
  88. Receives a message and decodes or interprets it
    The receiver
  89. A factor that prevents the receiver from fully receiving a message
    Interference
  90. What are the five general purposes for interpersonal communication
    Learn, relate, influence, play, and help
  91. A word that may not mean the same to all people
    Arbitrary
  92. Word meanings or not specific or do not have a greed upon definitions
    Ambiguous
  93. Meaning or generalizations rather than concrete or tangible meetings
    Abstract
  94. Kinesics
    Body motion and position
  95. Barriers to listening
    Information overload, personal concerns, outside distractions, prejudice
  96. What is derived because of the organizational structure of the department/organization also called organizational authority or position of power
    Legitimate power
  97. What three sources is a legitimate power derived from
    Shared values, acceptance of social structures, section of legitimizing agent
  98. What are the three excepted types of formal speeches
    Persuasive, informative, entertainment
  99. These persuasive speech is based on the theory called what
    Monroe’s motivated sequence pattern
  100. He was a strong argument based on reliable data in order to create a change in my life behavior or attitude
    Persuasive
  101. Give the audience definitions descriptions explanations or information that teach a topic
    Informative
  102. Use humorous stories or anecdotes
    Entertainment
  103. Speeches prepared for all audiences and occasions but will not be affected because each audience and occasion is different
    Canned speeches
  104. What is the first step in writing any document
    Determine the audience, scope, and purpose
  105. How long is the average paragraph
    75 to 125 words
  106. What are transitional words
    Words that come at the end of one paragraph and then at the beginning of the next paragraph
  107. In private industry what is a quick and relatively simple way of transmitting a message within the organization
    Memos and emails
  108. The majority of memos were emails are written to give the following six pieces of information
    Who what when where why how
  109. What is the result of a form report or it may be generated as part of a project or analysis
    A narrative report
  110. A review of the key points in airport, technical paper, beard specifications, or an analysis that provides an audience such as senior managers an opportunity to understand the main points of the document without having to read the entire document
    Executive summaries
  111. Outlines activities propose for meeting or event
    Agenda
  112. The accurate records of the topics covered decisions made in assignments given during meetings
    Minutes
  113. What defines the needs of the department or organization and allows manufactures to the authorized distributor to decide if they can meet the specifications
    Request for proposal
  114. Include the specific equipment requirements of the department organization plus the legal requirements of the finance or purchasing officer of the jurisdiction
    Bid specifications
  115. Employees and members of the organization
    Internal customers
  116. Members of the general population who are beneficiaries of the services provided as well as responsible for providing the majority of the funds needed to operate
    External customers
  117. Members of a political body who govern the organization or influence it through legislation non-governmental agencies
    Stakeholders
  118. Customers who want both tangible and intangible benefits
    Internal customers
  119. What benefit the organization by allowing customers to be involved in the decision making process
    Periodic meetings
  120. What is another source of information on the needs wants desires of customers
    Surveys
  121. For the effective and efficient operation of any fire and emergency services organization and use of resources through stand or a systems what is essential
    Written policies and procedures
  122. A guide to decision making within an organization
    Policy
  123. Determines whether current policies are effective and enforceable
    Policy analysis
  124. Sometimes called organizational norms or past practices are a result of tradition within the organization
    Unwritten policy’s
  125. A detailed plan of action -A written communication that is similar and closely related to a policy
    Procedure
  126. What is the first level of supervision within the organization
    Company officer
  127. What are Based upon the authority delegated to the fire officer to implement organizational policies and procedures
    Orders
  128. What time can be defined as a planned quantitive allocation of resources for specific activities
    Budget
  129. Model or format which a budget process conforms
    Budget system
  130. Description of how costs or revenues are divided between capital and operational purchase
    Budget type
  131. Elements of the budget systems
    Line item budgeting, zero based budgeting, matrix budgeting, program budgeting, performance budgeting, planning programming budgeting system
  132. What is the capital budget
    Items that cost more than a certain specified amount of money and are expected to last more than one year (usually three or more years)
  133. What is an organizations operating budget used to pay for
    Recurring expenses of day-to-day operations
  134. An account who’s assets or managed by a trustee or a board of trustees for the benefit of another party
    Trust fund
  135. What are perpetual trusts
    Funds from which only income from capital may be expended
  136. What are long term trusts
    Funds from which both income and capital may be expended
  137. What are short term trusts
    Funds that are spent in the current year for some expressed purpose
  138. I find that is established to finance in account for the acquisition , Operation, and maintenance of the government facilities and services that are entirely or predominantly self supporting by the user fees such as water and sewer service
    Enterprise funds
  139. And entity that exist to furnish services to the population of a service area and charges a fee related to the cost of the service
    Auxiliary enterprise
  140. The count that receives a specified amount of revenue that will be used in the future to pay off jurisdictions indebtedness
    Sinking funds
  141. I promise to repay the principal along with interest on a specified date
    A bond
  142. Donations for subsidies from national or state governments
    Grants/gifts
  143. Mandated purchases or costs such as assessments to the sinking fund personal wages and personal benefits
    Fixed cost spending
  144. Spending that occurs after fixed costs are paid main clued the purchase of new equipment for the upgrade or implementation of a new program
    Discretionary spending
  145. Justifying a budget request requires documentation supporting evidence
    Justification
  146. Refers to the fire and emergency services organization as well as the parent organization which it may be assigned
    Internal review
  147. The final review that a budget request document receives
    External review
  148. Do you leading cause a fire fighter fatalities
    Cardiac arrest
  149. How long must exposure records be maintained
    30 years
  150. What is the smallest unit of the of an organization
    A company
  151. Scalar structure
    Chain of authority
  152. Those who deliver services to the public or external customers
    Line personal
  153. Those who provide support to the lawn personnel or internal customers
    Staff personnel
  154. Authority refers to the legal ability of an individual to make and implement decisions for which the individual is held accountable
    Decision making authority
  155. Decisions are made by one person at the top of the structure
    Centralized authority
  156. Decisions are allowed to be made at a lower level
    D centralized authority
  157. A management principle that states that each subordinate must have only one supervisor
    Unity of command
  158. The pathway of responsibility from the top of the organization to the bottom and vice versa
    Chain of command
  159. When is subordinate sidesteps the immediate supervisor
    End run
  160. When personnel are assigned by the supervisor to perform duties that fall under the authority of another supervisor
    Functional supervision
  161. The number of subordinatesthat one individual can supervise
    Span of control
  162. Dividing larger jobs into smaller tasks
    Division of labor
  163. At the broadcast level fire and emergency services organizations can be classified as what
    Public or private
  164. Thai level is The most common jurisdiction for fire and emergency services organizations
    Municipal fire department
  165. State provincial emergency fire suppression company is organized for what
    Forest, wild land, and urban interface fires
  166. Responses under a mutual aid agreement are usually on a
    On request basis
  167. One of the most effective teaching models and the one provided by Ifsta is
    Four step method of instruction
  168. The basic to all teaching, is essentially a roadmap that guides the instructor, teacher, company officer through a topic
    Lesson plan
  169. What allows interactions between a teacher and students, is also less formal approach to teaching, however it is not less structured
    Discussions
  170. What discussion format will company officers most likely use where they act as a facilitator and present a topic to the students
    Guided discussion
  171. The act of showing how to do something or have something operates or acts
    Demonstration
  172. What is Sometimes called company drills or essential for providing safe and efficient fire and emergency services
    Practical training evolutions
  173. What involve small numbers of students performing a single task that requires only a few skills
    Simpleevolutions
  174. What must be used by all federal agencies that receive federal funding
    ICS or nims
  175. May involve multiple units agencies or jurisdictions in scenarios they require higher levels of cooperation and coordination
    Complex evolutions
  176. The most important resources available to the fire and emergency services, the personnel that compose the organization
    Human resources
  177. What type of plan develop policies procedures and rules that are used frequently
    Standing plan
  178. What have a plan accomplish a specific objective such as development of a program project or budget
    Single use plan
  179. What type of plan chart the course of the organization over an indefinite future that is divided into a definite time
    Strategic plan
  180. What type of plan focus on how objectives will be accomplish
    Operational – administrative plan
  181. creates an alternative plans that can be implemented in the event of uncontrollable circumstances
    Contingency plans
  182. Planning that involves two distinct activities that occur at two different times; pre-incident and at the scene
    Emergency incident planning
  183. Plans may be altered for what reasons
    Existing conditions may warrant the immediate alteration of an operation, or original requirements or not being effectively met
  184. An experienced member of a unit who can provide personal instruction and encouragement to a new employee
    A mentor
  185. What type of leave Is accrued by a employee based on the length of service and or labor management agreement
    Vacation leave
  186. One of the greatest challenges to supervisors and managers in the past half century has been dealing with situations involving what
    Hostile work environment
  187. The US fire ministration estimates but how many firefighters in the US may be abusing drugs, and estimates how many of the total firefighters population has either use drugs or alcohol
    10% and 75%
  188. An indication of a serious problem but employee is having trouble coping with or it may be the result of circumstances beyond the employees control
    Absenteeism
  189. A type of behavior that occurs when people hide their own emotions so that others do not know how they feel
    Passive (nonaggressive) behavior
  190. A type of behavior When people express their emotions openly by using threatening behaviors
    Aggressive behavior
  191. A type of behavior that Occurs when people express their emotions honestly and defend the rights without hurting others
    Assertive behavior
  192. What is the main purpose of discipline ***test***
    To educate
  193. National Labour relations Board vs J Weingarten Guarantees the employee The right to union representation during what
    Investigatory interview or counseling session
  194. A type of discipline that starts with training education to correct the first instance an employee fails to make performance standards or violate the rules of conduct
    Progressive discipline
  195. Progressive discipline involves what three levels
    Preventive action, correct of action, punitive action
  196. Contracts that you would not join a union
    Yellow dog contracts
  197. Was passed in 1938 to guarantee that workers in the private sector would receive overtime pay after 40 hours in one week
    Fair labor standards act
  198. Provided specific penalties for NL RB violations, including fines and imprisonment
    Taft Hartley act
  199. Required to join a union
    Closed shop
  200. Negotiation between organized employees and their employer to determine wages hours benefits and working conditions
    Collective bargaining
  201. A type of bargaining that requires both parties to continue really focus on the welfare of the public
    Mutual gains bargaining
  202. A grievance must be initiated Within how many workdays
    15
  203. Concept where fire stations are house somewhere near the center of town, many times they serve the community as a gathering spots for citizens
    Village fire company concept
  204. One of the most cost-effective safety activities of any fire and emergency services organization to enhance our public image is
    Public fire and life safety education
  205. Systematic control of an organizations records finishers quick access to information
    Records management
  206. Exposure Records must be maintained for how long following the end of employment
    30 yrs
  207. Medical records are kept on all employees for the duration of their employment plus how many years after they retire ***test***
    30yrs
  208. The entire process of gathering and evaluating information , Developing procedures based on that information and ensuring that the information remains current
    Preincident planning
  209. What is the most useful information that company officers together during a pre-incident survey
    Are they building is constructed
  210. Construction type that are made of non-compostable or limited combustible materials also called fire resistive construction
    Type 1 construction
  211. Similar to type one construction also called noncombustible or noncombustible/limited combustible
    Type 2 construction
  212. Exterior walls and structural members are made of non-combustible or limited combustible materials but interior structure may be completely or partially constructed of wood also called (ordinary construction)
    Type three construction
  213. Consist of exterior and interior walls That are non-combustible or limited combustible materials ( heavy timber)
    Type 4 construction
  214. Made entirely of or partially of a word or other approved combustible material (most single family dwelling homes)
    Type 5 construction
  215. Requires a three hour fire resistance rating of the frame and loadbearing walls, floors must have a two hour fire resistance rating, and Roofs must have a one and a half hour fire resistant writing
    Type 1A
  216. Structural framing loadbearing walls 2 hr rating. Floors must have 2 hour rating and roof must have one hour writing
    Type 1B
  217. Requires non-combustible materials similar to type one the structural elements must be of steel concrete or masonry
    Type 2 A
  218. Requires approved noncombustible materials but the materials may have no assigned fire rating
    Type 2B
  219. Requires materials that will provide 1hr fire resistance throughout structure
    Type 3A
  220. Type 3 construction that lacks 1 hr rating
    Type 3b
  221. To qualify as heavy timber what is the smallest thickness the wood can be
    8 inches
  222. Requires a one hour fire resistance rating for all structural elements except for non-bearing interior walls
    Type 5A
  223. May have no fire rating
    type 5B
  224. What is the basic purpose of a roof
    To protect the inside of the building from the outside weather
  225. Sometimes called lamella roofsAre composed of a relatively short timbers of uniform length
    Trussless arched roof
  226. In this type of construction plywood panels are supported by purlins between laminated wooden beams or gussetted wooden trusses that span from outside wall outside ***test***
    Lightweight construction
  227. More than 60% of the roof systems in the US are built using what
    Truss system
  228. A rough drawing of a building that has repaired during the facility survey
    Field sketch
  229. What are the three major tasks with any pre-incident plan
    Gathering data, entering data, keeping the data current
  230. The ability of a system to work with the use of parts or equipment from another system
    Inter-operability
  231. Most portable radios have a very limited amount of transmitting and receiving power usually only
    1 to 5 watts ( range may be less than a mile
  232. Typical wattage of a mobile radio
    100 to 150 watts
  233. What converts the signal produced by ones have a device to A form compatible with another device
    Modem
  234. The name for any form of high speed Internet access they are at least 10 times faster than modems
    Broadband
  235. What are the five C’s of radio communication
    Conciseness, clarity, confidence, control, compatibility
  236. Responsible for the collection of population and dissemination of operational information in the preparation and documentation of the incident action plan
    Planning section
  237. Responsible for all tactical incident operations includes branches divisions or groups of single resources
    Operation section
  238. Responsible for providing facilities services and material support for the incident, includes the supply, food, ground support, communications, facilities, and medical units
    Logistics section
  239. Responsible friend financial, reimbursement in administrative services to support incident
    Financial administration section
  240. Responsible for managing internal information and intelligence and operational security requirements supporting incident management activities
    Information and intelligence function
  241. The number of direct subordinates that one supervisor can manage
    Span of control
  242. Location from where all incident tactical operations are directed, located at or in the immediate vicinity of the incident site
    Incident command post
  243. Identifies incident priorities and objectives, we should dictate how tactical operations must be conducted
    Incident action plan
  244. Dictates that each responder has only one supervisor
    Unity of command
  245. Contains information on the assigned radio tactical channels, section, branch, and division, and communication protocols for the incident
    Communications plan
  246. What involves the decisions resources and activities that require to control an incident
    Incident stabilization
  247. What is the result of incident stabilization
    Property conservation
  248. What is the order of organizational levels
    Command, command staff, general staff, section, branch, division, group, unit
  249. Layman wrote a book called what _____describing considerations needed for analyzing any fire emergency situation what are the considerations he talked about
    • Called firefighting tactics
    • Considerations are facts, probabilities, own situation, decision, plan of operation
  250. An incident action plan normally covers a single operational period Usually about how long
    12 hours
  251. What zone is where a decontamination station is normally assembled
    Warm zone
  252. The zone that may include the incident command post, ric crew, PIO, rehab area, and the staging area for personal and equipment
    Cold zone
  253. What is always the first and the highest priority
    Life safety
  254. What color smoke indicates that the pyrolysis(chemical change) is occurring
    Light colored smoke
  255. What color smoke indicates burning synthetic or petro chemical materials or a reaction in the air available to the fire
    Dark colored smoke
  256. What density of smoke in the case burning petroleum based materials such as plastics or rubber
    Thick dense smoke
  257. What density of smoke can indicate burning natural fiber materials
    Thin smoke
  258. Separation between the under pressure( lighter air) and over pressure( heavier air) regions of a compartment
    Height of the neutral plane
  259. May indicate that the fire is in early stages of development
    Hi neutral plane
  260. Could indicate that the compartment has not ventilated yet and that flash over is approaching
    Mid-level neutral plane
  261. May indicate that they far as reaching backdraft conditions
    Low level neutral plane
  262. Slow smooth movement of air toward a fire in the case that it is in what stage
    Early stages and still fuel controlled
  263. Pulsation of airIndicate fuel rich in oxygen deficient condition that can result in what
    Backdraft
  264. Whistling noise created by the movement of air into the structure indicates what
    That back draft is eminent
  265. Blackened are crazed glass indicates what
    Blackened indicates rich fuel and crazed indicates high heat
  266. What indicates a temperature extreme and location of the neutral plane
    Blistered paint
  267. Sudden he build it gives a very late indicator of what
    Flash over at the ceiling
  268. What color flame indicates a reasonable air supply is reaching the fire
    Yellow
  269. What color flame indicates that less air is reaching the fire and the fire is fuel driven
    Reddish orange
  270. What color flame indicates that the material is exposed to the main body of fire are beginning tonight through pyrolysis
    Light yellow or clear
  271. What color claim indicates incomplete combustion near the new truck lane and hide presents up and burn materials that Levelcan also indicate fire is fueled by natural gas
    Blue
  272. The overall plans for controlling an incident
    Strategic goals
  273. Statements of measurable outcomes
    Tactical objectives
  274. Under no circumstances my fear than how many responders be left in a hazardous area
    2
  275. Involves a company officer Serving as the incident commander developing an IEP in performing active tasks such as advancing a hose line
    Combat command
  276. Involves a company officer remaining at the mobile radio in the apparatus assigning tasks to units
    Formal command
  277. How to transfer of command be done
    In person
  278. It’s simple analogy that we used in transferring command
    • Conditions
    • Actions
    • Needs
  279. Defensive operations are justified in what conditions involving a structure
    Volume of fire is more than a single unit can put out, structural deterioration, collapse probability
  280. What are high rise structures considered in company officer
    Seven stories or more in height from grade level
  281. Indicates that an aircraft approaching the airport is in minor difficulty
    Alert 1
  282. Indicates that an aircraft approaching the airport is major difficulty example engine on fire faulty landing gear
    Alert 2
  283. IndicateThat an aircraft is involved in an accident on or near the airport
    Alert three
  284. What is a legal term that refers to the handling and integrity of real evidence that his physical materials
    Chain of custody
  285. What 2 legal cases and establish the requirement for warrants and see it before the investigation of a fire scene
    Michigan vs Tyler and Robert Tompkins and Michigan vs Clifford
  286. Fires that do not involve a delivery human act to ignite or spread into an area
    Accidental
  287. Fires such as those caused by lightning storms or floods
    Natural
  288. Fire set deliberately
    Incendiary
  289. A carbon-based remains of burned organic material
    Charring
  290. What burn patterns may be a indicator of the use of accelerants in starting a fire
    Hourglass pattern
  291. Normal burn patterns inside structures form what from the point of origin
    A cone shaped pattern
  292. Swollen light bulbs usually point towards what
    The source of heat
  293. What tracks an item of evidence from the time it is found in until it is ultimately disposed of or return to its owner
    Chain of custody
  294. Determines the presence of materials such as ignition devices or ignitable liquid that may be used as accelerants
    Fire debris analysis
  295. Determines the Composition of an explosive and type of detonation device employed
    Forensic analysis of explosive evidence
  296. Examines items such as damaged electrical wiring fibers tool Marks
    Microanalysis
  297. Examines human DNA and skin
    Biological analysis
  298. Analyzes body fluids
    Serology
  299. Identifies deceased victims
    Forensic anthropology
  300. Determines the cause of death victims
    Forensic pathology
  301. Determines the presents poison in victims
    Forensic toxicology
  302. What are the 2 primary types of repeater systems
    Apparatus and geographical area
Author
jr_schreiber
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350835
Card Set
company officer
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