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Safety Officer State Practical Skill Final Exam. Create a Incident Safety Plan State Practical Skill Exam Using the Structure Fire Safety Report complete.

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1 Safety Officer State Practical Skill Final Exam

2 Create a Incident Safety Plan State Practical Skill Exam Using the Structure Fire Safety Report complete the 3 page form and submit for evaluation from the information in this presentation Using the Structure Fire Safety Report complete the 3 page form and submit for evaluation from the information in this presentation Forms need to be filled out completely, and clearly printed. Forms need to be filled out completely, and clearly printed. This skill will be completed in front of the Evaluator in the classroom. This skill will be completed in front of the Evaluator in the classroom. Each slide will be shown for up to 2 minutes each Each slide will be shown for up to 2 minutes each

3 Create a Incident Safety Plan Students will fill out forms during presentation. Students will fill out forms during presentation. Students will have 5 minutes at end of presentation to finish forms. Students will have 5 minutes at end of presentation to finish forms. Students may use a blank sheet of paper to take notes during the presentation. Students may use a blank sheet of paper to take notes during the presentation. NO DISCUSSION during this exam NO DISCUSSION during this exam Students must complete this skill alone Students must complete this skill alone

4 Lets Begin No talking from the students beyond this slide

5 Units Dispatched Engines, Truck, and Rescue Companies are staffed with either 3 or 4 personnel which includes an officer, engineer, and firefighters. Engines, Truck, and Rescue Companies are staffed with either 3 or 4 personnel which includes an officer, engineer, and firefighters. The squad is an ALS unit with one medic The squad is an ALS unit with one medic An accountability system is used by the fire department. Helmet tags are used for personnel and vehicle. An accountability system is used by the fire department. Helmet tags are used for personnel and vehicle.

6 Fire Department Dispatch Incident # Incident # Date: use exam date Date: use exam date 9915 Mount Vernon Road 9915 Mount Vernon Road 1315 hours – dispatch 1315 hours – dispatch Residential fire Residential fire

7 Side D & A

8 Units Dispatched Engine 1, crew of four Engine 1, crew of four Engine 2, crew of four Engine 2, crew of four Truck 4, crew of four Truck 4, crew of four Engine 3, crew of three Engine 3, crew of three Rescue 1, crew of four Rescue 1, crew of four Squad 2, crew of two Squad 2, crew of two Battalion Chief 2 & 4 Battalion Chief 2 & 4 ISO Unit #205 ISO Unit #205

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10 Fire Department Dispatch 1319 hours – first unit on scene (Eng. 2) 1319 hours – first unit on scene (Eng. 2) –Confirms working two story wood frame residential fire 1321 hours - BC 2 arrives and takes command 1321 hours - BC 2 arrives and takes command –IC Post setup in the street on side A –Engine 1 & 3 arrive on scene 1322 hours – ISO Unit #205 arrives & reports to Incident Command post (ICP) 1322 hours – ISO Unit #205 arrives & reports to Incident Command post (ICP)

11 Arriving Units 1322 hrs. Truck 4 arrives 1322 hrs. Truck 4 arrives –17 personnel on the scene 1323 hrs Rescue 1 arrives and assigned RIT on A side of structure 1323 hrs Rescue 1 arrives and assigned RIT on A side of structure Garage is fully involved Garage is fully involved Water supply established by Engine 1 hitting the hydrant at the corner Water supply established by Engine 1 hitting the hydrant at the corner

12 Side D & C

13 Arriving Units IC announce offensive attack in place. IC announce offensive attack in place. Engine 2 crew performing a primary search with a 1 ¾ hoseline on first floor. They enter the structure on the A side Engine 2 crew performing a primary search with a 1 ¾ hoseline on first floor. They enter the structure on the A side Engine 1 is assigned to deploy a 1 ¾ line around to the B side of the structure for fire attack from B-C corner Engine 1 is assigned to deploy a 1 ¾ line around to the B side of the structure for fire attack from B-C corner 1327 hrs. Engine 3 crew arrives and are assigned to second floor for search with 1 ¾ line, they enter on the A side 1327 hrs. Engine 3 crew arrives and are assigned to second floor for search with 1 ¾ line, they enter on the A side

14 Side C

15 Scene Action The fire was located on the B end of the structure, involving the garage and extends to the second floor and into the attic. The fire was located on the B end of the structure, involving the garage and extends to the second floor and into the attic hrs. Truck 4 is placed in front of structure and crew is lifted above the structure to monitor operations 1330 hrs. Truck 4 is placed in front of structure and crew is lifted above the structure to monitor operations

16 Side C & B

17 Scene Action Staging is setup in front of Truck 4 Staging is setup in front of Truck 4 Interior crews advise there is no basement Interior crews advise there is no basement 1331 hrs BC 4 arrives and assigned Operation Chief 1331 hrs BC 4 arrives and assigned Operation Chief 1332 hrs Engine 3 reports heavy fire on second floor 1332 hrs Engine 3 reports heavy fire on second floor Ventilation took place by breaking out windows on first and second floors Ventilation took place by breaking out windows on first and second floors

18 Side B

19 FIRE Overview of the area Hydrant IC Rehab Staging N

20 Incident Information Squad 2 is assigned rehab and setup across the street Squad 2 is assigned rehab and setup across the street 26 personnel on the scene 26 personnel on the scene For this practical, PPE and SCBA are being used satisfactory For this practical, PPE and SCBA are being used satisfactory CO levels being monitored by Truck 4s crew CO levels being monitored by Truck 4s crew

21 Incident Information At 1335 Engine 2 crew reports all clear on first floor At 1335 Engine 2 crew reports all clear on first floor At 1335 hrs IC orders crews to evacuate structure. At 1335 hrs IC orders crews to evacuate structure. –IC orders operations to defensive mode. Master streams deployed to side A and D Master streams deployed to side A and D

22 Utilities Information Utilities on at time of fire, they enter the structure from B side Utilities on at time of fire, they enter the structure from B side Utilities include electric, natural gas Utilities include electric, natural gas Breaker panel located rear wall in garage Breaker panel located rear wall in garage IC calls dispatch to contact utilities for disconnection of services IC calls dispatch to contact utilities for disconnection of services

23 Incident Information Structure has engineered floor joists Structure has engineered floor joists Home built 4 years old Home built 4 years old Exposures on B and D sides about 20 to 25 feet away. Exposures on B and D sides about 20 to 25 feet away. IC orders Operations to send crews to rehab after their second air bottle. IC orders Operations to send crews to rehab after their second air bottle.

24 Incident Information 1336 hrs IC ask for PAR 1336 hrs IC ask for PAR 1345 hrs fire knock down on B side 1345 hrs fire knock down on B side 1346 hrs. Crews continue operations in defensive mode 1346 hrs. Crews continue operations in defensive mode 1352 hrs IC marks fire under control 1352 hrs IC marks fire under control

25 Incident Information 1353 IC orders crews to start overhaul operations 1353 IC orders crews to start overhaul operations IC orders Truck 4s crew to continue to monitor CO level inside structure during overhaul IC orders Truck 4s crew to continue to monitor CO level inside structure during overhaul All units remains in SCBA until levels reduce to under 35 ppm All units remains in SCBA until levels reduce to under 35 ppm 1359 hrs IC calls for PAR 1359 hrs IC calls for PAR

26 TIME to FINISH You have 5 minutes from now to complete the forms and submit them to the Evaluator. You have 5 minutes from now to complete the forms and submit them to the Evaluator. On an actual incident the reports would be submitted to the IC and inserted into the Incident Action Plan. On an actual incident the reports would be submitted to the IC and inserted into the Incident Action Plan.

27 TIME UP! You will be asked to hand the Evaluator your forms. You will be asked to hand the Evaluator your forms. Time may be given after all forms have been turned in to discuss the plans and any issues with the scene. This will be with the Instructor while the Evaluator is evaluating the forms. Time may be given after all forms have been turned in to discuss the plans and any issues with the scene. This will be with the Instructor while the Evaluator is evaluating the forms.

28 Whats Your Call? Would you call for an offensive or defensive attack on this fire? Why? Would you call for an offensive or defensive attack on this fire? Why? Is there enough resources for this fire? Is there enough resources for this fire? What are the hazards on this fire? What are the hazards on this fire? If this home had a basement would it change your tactics? If this home had a basement would it change your tactics?


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