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Mishap Classes
Class A
$2,000,000 or more
injury or occupational illness results in fatality or permanent total disability
Class B
$500,000 but less than $2,000,000
permanent partial disability
three or more personnel are inpatient hospitalized
Class C
$50,000 or more but less than $500,000
non-fatal injury, non-fatal illness or disease
Firefighting Fundamentals
What is the primary duty of the firefighter?
Saving lives
What is the secondary responsibility for a fire fighter?
To extinguish fires and limit the damage to aircraft, shipboard, airfield installed equipment, and/or airfield strutctures.
The fire triangle is a simple model that includes what?
Heat, Fuel, and Oxygen
Fires are divided into how many classes?
Four classes
This class fire occur in combustible materials that produce an ash such as burning wood, fibrous materials, cloth.....
Class Alpha
Effective extinguishing agents for Class A fire...
H2O or AFFF
Which class fire occurs with flammable liquid substances such as gasoline, jet fuels, oil, and other petroleum based products...
Class Bravo