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21 Cards in this Set

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Explaining and demonstrating the potential hazards to management is a ________ approach towards maintaining a safe work environment.
Proactive approach

page 156 (pump ops)
Pay strict attention to the ______ _______ of the incident will keep you ready to initiate life-preserving actions.
Tactical Benchmarks

page 158 (pump ops)
_______ is the foundation needed to gain someone's trust.

page 159 (pump ops)
Commercial driving instructors use ABCDE to emphasize the key points to be covered in fire apparatus tire inspections. What does ABCDE stand for?
D=Dry Rot
E=Even-wear inspection

page 159 (pump op)
______ ______ are also critical to the safe operation of the fire apparatus.
Vehicle dynamics

page 161 (pump ops)
Which NFPA stated that each fire department should be capable of assigning units to a separate radio channel for on-scene tactical communications (Tactical Channel).
NFPA 1221, Standard for the Installation, Maintenance, and Use of Emergency Services Communications Systems

page 163 (pump ops)
_______ is the process of sending out emergency response resources promplty to an address or incident location for a specific purpose.

page 163 (pump ops)
When dispatched for an emergency, whether the message is delivered at the fire station or in the fire apparatus, you should always pay attention to the following information: (6)
1. Type of emergency
2. Location of the emergency
3. Description of the incident
4. Other responding units
5. The assigned tactical radio frequency
6. Additional information from the dispatcher

page 163 (pump ops)
In some fire departments, response vehicles may be equipped with _____ ____ ____. With this approach, the dispatch can be transmitted t the fire apparatus through both the radio speakers and the ____.
Mobile data terminal (MDT)

page 163 (pump ops)
Fire department maps may be accessed several different ways. The most common type of map is found at the ______ ______ and is usually comprised of a large paper map.
Fire Station

page 164 (pump ops)
Another map that some fire departments are now using is found on the MDT. When used in tandem with a _____ ______ ______, the MDT may be capable of pinpointing the exact location of the emergency in relation to apparatus location.
Global positioning system (GPS)

page 164 (pump ops)
The first step in a preliminary inspectoin is to _____ __ ____ _____ ____ ____. (1)
Is to Open the fire apparatus bay door.

page 166 (pump ops)
A ____-___ _____ is a series of check that an electrical system completes to ensure that all systems are functioning properly before the fire apparatus is started.
Prove-out Sequence

page 166 (pump ops)
The following items on the instrument panel should always be referenced: (4)
1. Fuel gauge
2. Air pressure gauges
3. Voltmeter
4. Oil pressure gauges

page 166-168 (pump ops)
NFPA 1901, requires that the fire apparatus have a quick build-up section in the air reservoir system arranged so that if the apparatus has a completely discharged air system, it is able to move withing ____ seconds of start up.
within 60 seconds

page 166 (pump ops)
For most fire apparatus equipped with pneumatic braking systems, a pressure between ____ to ____ psi is adequate.
100 to 120 psi

page 167 (pump ops)
Operating voltage while the alternator is charging may vary among vehicles depending on the refulator setting. You should use the voltmeter for direct observation of the system voltage. If this kind of monitoring is provided, an alarm will sound if the system voltage drops below ____ V for a 12 V system and ____ V for a 24 V system.
11.8 V and 23.6 V

page 168 (pump ops)
Whenever possible, allow the engine to warm up for ___ to ___ minutes. This will help to extend the life of hte fire apparatus and may prevent future breakdowns.
3 to 5 minutes.

page 170 ( pump ops)
Which NFPA requires that all driver/ operators complete a serpentine exercise that simulates these conditions.
NFPA 1002

page 175 (pump ops)
As part of the Serpentine Maneuver Exercise, a minimum of three cones are spaced ___ to ___ feet apart in a line.
30 to 38 feet apart

page 175 (pump ops)
The diminishing clearance exercise measures your ability to maneuver the fire apparatus in a straight line and judge the distance of the fire apparatus to an object in front of it. The fire apparatus moves forward down two rows of marker cones to form a lane ___ feet long. The lane's width diminshes from a starting point of _____ to a width of _____
75' long and diminshes from 9'6" to 8'2"

page 177 (pump ops)