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1 State of Georgia BASIC FIRE FIGHTER TRAINING COURSE FORCIBLE ENTRY

2 Forcible Entry2 FORCIBLE ENTRY TOOLS Cutting Pick-head and Flat-head axe Chain Saw Circular Saw

3 Forcible Entry3 FORCIBLE ENTRY TOOLS Prying Halligan tool Pry Bar Crow Bar

4 Forcible Entry4 FORCIBLE ENTRY TOOLS Pushing/Pulling Hydraulic Spreader K-Tool Pike pole D-Handle Pike Pole Hydraulic Door Opener

5 Forcible Entry5 FORCIBLE ENTRY TOOLS Striking Sledge hammer Flat-head axe Battering ram

6 Forcible Entry6 TOOL MAINTENANCE Wooden Handles Clean Sand as needed Check for damage head securely attached Coat with boiled linseed oil do NOT paint entire handle color coding stripe is OK

7 Forcible Entry7 TOOL MAINTENANCE Fiberglass Handles Clean Sand as needed A coat of clear finish can be applied do NOT paint entire handle color coding stripe is OK Check for damage Head securely attached

8 Forcible Entry8 TOOL MAINTENANCE Cutting Edges Clean Check for damage File as needed no grinding take off keen edge replace cutting edge (if needed)

9 Forcible Entry9 TOOL MAINTENANCE Unprotected Metal Surfaces Clean Check for damage File off sharp edges/burrs Remove rust Apply thin coat of oil

10 Forcible Entry10 TOOL MAINTENANCE Painted or Plated Tools Clean Check for damage File off sharp edges/burrs Repaint as needed

11 Forcible Entry11 LOCK PARTS Deadbolt Stem Cylinder Key Plug Dead Latch Latch Cylinder Shell

12 Forcible Entry12 DOOR LOCKS Types Key-in-knob Deadbolt lock

13 Forcible Entry13 DOOR LOCKS Rim Lock Mortise Lock

14 Forcible Entry14 DOOR LOCKS Panic Hardware Sliding or Surface Bolt

15 Forcible Entry15 DOOR LOCKS Through-the-lock Entry

16 Forcible Entry16 WOOD DOORS Panel Slab Ledge

17 Forcible Entry17 METAL DOORS Tubular Metal Hollow Metal Metal Covered

18 Forcible Entry18 DANGERS ASSOCIATED WITH FORCING ENTRY Through Doors Backdraft Heat or flame just inside door opening Injury from tool Injury from broken glass

19 Forcible Entry19 GENERAL PROCEDURES FOR FORCING DOORS TRY BEFORE YOU PRY !!! Size-up door and lock Full protective equipment Charged hose line Stay low Open from knob side Maintain control of door Block door open to prevent accidental closing

20 Forcible Entry20 CLASSES OF DOORS BY OPERATION Swinging Sliding Overhead Folding Revolving

21 Forcible Entry21 WINDOW COMPONENTS Locking mechanism Glazing Frame Sash

22 Forcible Entry22 DANGERS ASSOCIATED WITH FORCING ENTRY Through Windows Backdraft Heat or flame just inside window Injury from broken glass Injury from tool

23 Forcible Entry23 Try before you pry Size-up window Full protective equipment Hoseline Prop open GENERAL PROCEDURES FOR FORCING WINDOWS

24 Forcible Entry24 Full Protective Equipment Use tool Wind Clean out opening GENERAL PROCEDURES FOR FORCING WINDOWS Breaking Glass

25 Forcible Entry25 TYPES OF WINDOWS & LOCKS Checkrail Window Lock

26 Forcible Entry26 TYPES OF WINDOWS & LOCKS Casement window Lock Operating Device

27 Forcible Entry27 TYPES OF WINDOWS & LOCKS Projected window [ factory window ] Lock

28 Forcible Entry28 TYPES OF WINDOWS Awning windows

29 Forcible Entry29 WOOD FRAME WALL

30 Forcible Entry30 METAL WALL

31 Forcible Entry31 MASONRY WALL Brick or Stone Veneer Concrete Block

32 Forcible Entry32 MASONRY WALL Poured Concrete

33 Forcible Entry33 DANGERS ASSOCIATED WITH FORCING ENTRY Through Walls Building collapse Fire spread through opening in wall Backdraft Heat or flame just other side of wall Utilities in wall Injury from tool


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