CH36Prevent&Educ

  1. What do kitchen fires usually result from?



    C. COOKKING ACCIDENTS
  2. 2. By what percent do statistics show the combination of working smoke alarms and residential fire sprinklers reduce the risk of fire death?
    77 percent
    97 percent
    82 percent
    56 percent
    82 percent
  3. 3. By what percent do studies show that having working smoke alarms on each level of a house reduces the fire death risk?
    70 percent
    50 percent
    40 percent
    60 percent
    50 percent
  4. 4. What is your goal when conducting a fire safety survey in a private dwelling?
    Create a preincident plan
    Cite the occupant for violations
    Educate the occupant
    Enforce local building codes
    Educate the occupant
  5. 5. What hazard in the bedroom accounts for 23 percent of civilian fire deaths despite only causing 5.4 percent of fires in the bedroom?
    Faulty wiring
    Children playing with fire
    Space heaters
    Smoking
    Smoking
  6. 6. What topic are adults more likely to be interested in during station tours?
    Cooking safety
    Actions to take when encountering an emergency vehicle while driving
    Available emergency medical services
    Home fire safety
    Home fire safety
  7. 7. What is usually the initiating factor when a fire safety survey is conducted in a private dwelling?
    Fire event
    Neighbor complaint
    City ordinance violation
    Occupant request
    Occupant request
  8. 8. Which is the preferred location to mount a smoke alarm?
    Vent
    Wall
    Door
    Ceiling
    Ceiling
  9. 9. What situation does the Stop, Drop, and Roll education program address?
    Clothing catching fire
    Caught in a burning room
    Overtaken in a smoky room
    Attacked by a swarm of bees
    Clothing catching fire
  10. 10. What will the fire station tour format vary depending on?
    Age and interests of the group
    Rank of touring officer
    Site of the station
    Time of day and day of the week
    Age and interests of the group
  11. 11. With what frequency should you recommend the chimney be cleaned during the fire safety survey in a private dwelling?
    Annually
  12. 12. Where do a majority of fires in the United States occur?
    Public assembly
    Commercial
    Residence
    Industrial
    Residence
  13. 13. What should be stressed about the bedroom during sleeping hours under the EDITH program? Keep windows opened
    Keep walkway clear
    Keep the door closed
    Keep vents closed
    Keep the door closed
  14. 14. What is the lowest level of penalty given when fire code violations are not corrected?
    Court date
    Written warning
    Official citation
    Minimal fine
    Written warning
  15. 15. At what frequency do many smoke alarm manufacturers recommend replacing smoke detectors?
    10 years
  16. 16. How often should smoke alarms be tested?
    Quarterly
    Monthly
    Weekly
    Bi-annually
    Monthly
  17. 17. What should you instruct students to do when drop when teaching the Stop, Drop, and Roll technique?
    Cover up with a blanket
    Roll over onto their backs
    Tuck into a ball
    Cover their faces with their hands
    Cover their faces with their hands
  18. 18. Who should you review the results of the fire safety survey with?
    Code enforcement department
    Manager
    Occupant
    Commander
    Occupant
  19. 19. What should students be taught in the EDITH program to test the temperature of the door with before using it as an exit?
    Forearm
    Cheek
    Bottom of the foot
    Back of the hand
    Back of the hand
  20. 20. Under the EDITH program, how many escape routes should be planned from each room?



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Author
M.Sellar
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CH36Prevent&Educ
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