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Divers can help to prevent heat stroke and heat exhaustion by staying in the shade as much as possible, keeping hydrated, and by not donning thermal protection until ready to enter the water.
  1. True
  2. False
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Divers should use designated pathways to avoid wildlife and tripping hazards.
  1. True
  2. False
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If your clothing should catch on fire,do not run!                   stop, drop, roll                   
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When lifting, in order to prevent injury you should:
  1. Use your legs
  2. Use your arms and back
  3. Always get more help
  4. Let someone else do it
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Before moving or raising ladders at the fire scene a common hazard to check for is:
  1. Ladders with damage
  2. Power Lines
  3. Holes, Ruts and Ditch Lines
  4. Tripping Hazards
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The 4 components of a successful Safety Officer program are:
  1. Chief Staff, Safety Officer, I.C., Accountablity
  2. SOP's, Personnel, Training, Equipment
  3. Safe Equipment, EMS Available, Lighting, PPE
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The National Fallen Firefighter Foundation developed a safety issue called:
  1. Operation Safe
  2. Your own safety challenge
  3. Well being Issue
  4. Everyone goes home safely
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A FF is responsible for not only their own safety on an incident scene, but also responsible for the safety of everyone at the incident scene?
  1. True
  2. False
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The leading cause of FF deaths is:
  1. Vehical or Traffic accident
  2. Training Related
  3. Heart Attack
  4. Burn Injuries
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Below are the steps to follow to operate a fire extinguisher. Place numbers beside them in the correct order.
  1. Aim at the base of the fire not the flames
  2. Sweep from side to side
  3. Pull the pin at the top of the extinguisher
  4. Squeeze the lever slowly
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While in rehab at a fire scene you should:
  1. Rest and Rehydrate
  2. Go to sleep
  3. Rest, Rehydrate, Get vitals checked
  4. Take off fire coat and sit for 30 minutes
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Each year in the USA approximately how many FF die in the line of duty?
  1. 50
  2. 100
  3. 200
  4. 330
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Acting independently on the FG outside of the IC's plan or the SOG's is:
  1. Only to be done on rare instances
  2. Known as freelancing and should NEVER happen
  3. Only if you are trained and well experienced
  4. commomly done
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When searching with TIC it recommended that you use the:
  1. Four corner method
  2. Side Method
  3. Quick sweep back and forth
  4. The circle method
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The standards for ensuring a safe work enviorment is guided by NFPA:
  1. 1521
  2. 1610
  3. 1500
  4. 1981
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Blankets and sheets may hide the heat of a victim, so beds must be physically checked
  1. True
  2. False
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