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1) T or F: Company officers direct the action of teams but are not team members.
false(7)
2) T or F: As company officer, you are responsible for your team’s performance.
true(7)
3) T or F: When a team member, who is also the company officer’s off duty friend, needs discipline, the company officer should request that the disciplinary action come from the department chief.
false(7)
4) T or F: Company officers are not obligated to cover up for coworkers or to support them when they are clearly wrong.
true(8)
5) T or F: Supervisors and managers have in the past and will continue to be sued by their subordinates, special interest groups, and the public.
true(9)
6) T or F: Fire chiefs are responsible for planning, and company officers are responsible for carrying out those plans.
false(10)
1) Working together a team produces a _____effect that is, it accomplishes more as team, then the sum of what the individual members could accomplish working separately.
a) Synergistic
b) Aggregate
c) Combined
d) Enduring
A (7)
2) The majority of company officer’s on-duty time will be spent _______.
a) Evaluating fire protection plans
b) Using “people skills” in one form or another
c) Making budgetary decisions
d) Preparing reports
B(9)
3) What NFPA standard addresses fire department safety & health?
a) 1001
b) 1971
c) 1002
d) 1500
D(10)
T or F: Do your best to analyze & profit by your mistakes & the mistakes of others.
T
T or F: Candidly debate & critically examine with members of your team.
F
T or F: Aggressively pursue training opportunities.
T
T or F: Remember that while you are off duty, you no longer represent the department.
F
T or F: Your personal affairs reflect on the department.
T
T or F: Assume that all that you do will be evaluated.
T