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FIREFIGHTER I JEOPARDY Fire Yesterday to Today Fire And Stuff Ropes and Knots Building Construction Haz Matty Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question… Alexandria a Roman Leader, is credited with creating the first
$100 Answer… Fire Pump
$200 Question… A Compound is composed of
$200 Answer… Molecules
$300 Question… Electricity is a flow of electrons from a place where there are electrons to a place where
$300 Answer… They are Lacking
$400 Question… NFPA 1404 establishes the Standard for
$400 Answer Fire Department Self Contained Breathing Apparatus
$500 Question… If a patient is to be suspended for a long period of time, what type of harness should be used
$500 Answer… Class 3
$100 Question NFPA 1975 is the Standard for
$100 Answer Station Work Uniforms
$200 Question What is the main cause of exposure fires within short distances
$200 Answer Radiant Heat
$300 Question What are the blood vessels, or tubes, within the body that carry blood lacking oxygen and nutrients back to the heart
$300 Answer Veins
$400 Question A major artery on the inside of the upper arm that is used to assess a pulse in infants is
$400 Answer Brachial
$500 Question A condition of the pupils where they are much larger than normal and can take up almost the whole colored portion of the eye is called
$500 Answer Dilated
$100 Question A ______ is a doubled section of rope, usually made along the standing end
$100 Answer Bight
$200 Question What is it called when you are cleaning a tied knot
$200 Answer Dressing
$300 Question The water knot is recommended for tying_____ together
$300 Answer Webbing
$400 Question Is it acceptable to use utility and life safety rope for the same operations
$400 Answer False
$500 Question What is the primary part of the Kernmantle rope
$500 Answer Kern
$100 Question A retard chamber on a sprinkler system prevent false alarms by
$100 Answer Preventing sudden Surges of pressure
$200 Question The use of trusses creates ____ in a structure which allows fire spread
$200 Answer Void Spaces
$300 Question A _____ is design to support a vertical load
$300 Answer Column
$400 Question Mill construction refers to what type of structural members
$400 Answer Heavy Timber
$500 Question The _____ is the mounting frame of a door
$500 Answer Jamb
$100 Question Fines for not reporting chemicals on an annual basis is
$100 Answer $25,000 a day
$200 Question What NFPA Standard deals with the Competencies for EMS Personnel Responding to Hazardous Materials Incidents
$200 Answer NFPA 473
$300 Question The DOT Haz Class 2 Consists of _______
$300 Answer Flammable Gases Poisonous Gases Non Flammable Gases
$400 Question Position #3 on the 704 label is the information and degree of hazard relating to a chemical’s
$400 Answer Reactivity (yellow)
$500 Question What does CAAA stand for
$500 Answer Clean Air Act Amendment
Final Jeopardy What is the nozzle pressure for: Adjustable Nozzle Smooth Bore Nozzle
Final Jeopardy Answer Adjustable – 100 PSI Smooth Bore – 50 PSI
The Circulatory System. What is the Purpose The circulatory system transports needed materials throughout out body including nutrients and gases (oxygen)
How to make this Jeopardy game work for your topic Set up your teams and have them sit together. Explain the ground rules Assign a score keeper who will.
Circulatory System By the end of this lesson, I will be able to: Understand the functions of the circulatory system. Label the heart.
Jeopardy Definitions True/False Blood Vessels Parts of the Heart Miscellaneous Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
The Circulatory System
Transport in animals Mass flow transport. Needed for a constant supply of: Oxygen Nutrients Also needed to get rid of waste products such as: Carbon.
The Circulatory System MRS. J.A. FELICIANO PARKWAY MIDDLE SCHOOL © copyright all rights reserved
The Circulatory System Chapter 38. BEGIN labeling the heart using page 945 in your book.
The Circulatory System How it all gets around in your body!
Types of Blood Vessels 1.Arteries: Carry blood away from the heart Blood leaving heart starts off in large vessels called arteries Arteries become smaller.
“The Right To Know” POLYTECH HIGH SCHOOL What is “The Right To Know” ? The right to know is a law that states every person has a right to information.
The Respiratory System
Chapter 11. You will spend time completing each station. Follow instructions provided on the station handouts. All recording of data or answers to questions.
The Cardiovascular System
Diagrams Circulatory System Breathing Miscellaneous.
Do Now What is the strongest muscle in your body?.
How to make this Jeopardy game work for your topic Set up your teams and have them sit together. Explain the ground rules. Assign a score keeper who will.
What is the circulatory system?
The Circulatory System !!!!!. l?tracking=81347_A.
How to make this Jeopardy game work for your topic Set up your teams and have them sit together. Explain the ground rules Assign a score keeper.
Circulatory System. What’s the Function of the Cardiovascular System? Carries needed substances to cells Carries waste products away from cells.
HAZWOPER: Awareness Level 29 CFR (q). Headline Stories Ammonia Evacuates Industrial Site Acid Spill Sends Workers to Hospital Fuel Spill Contaminate.
It’s at the heart of everything! * It is made up of three major parts: 1. Your heart- a central muscular organ about the size of your fist. 2. Blood.
Keeping Your Body Healthy - Cardiovascular System -
Cardiovascular system Function 1.Transports blood (which contains nutrients, hormones, and gases) 2.Gas Exchange 3.Helps maintain constant body temperature.
Cardiovascular Systems Taylor, Seth, and Garrett.
Ropes and Knots 1. Introduction Rope is one of the most important and routinely used tools in the fire service. In this chapter, you will learn: How to.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Section 1 The Body’s Transport System. Three Functions of the Cardiovascular System Delivering Needed Materials Oxygen, Sugar, Proteins, Fats, etc… Removing.
Fire vs. Water Flow. What’s the best size for an “attack line?” Maximum flow Maximum mobility Speed-How fast and how much Ease of deployment and.
Unit 4: General Safety Practices Section 2: Safety, Tools and Equipment, and Shop Practices.
Awareness-Level Lesson 1 Presentation
The Circulatory System. The Bloodmobile Jobs of the Circulatory System: Transport gases, nutrients, and waste to and from all your cells Help fight disease.
Chemical Safety Labels NFPA- National Fire Protection Assoc. MSDS – Material Safety Data Sheets.
Humanbodysystems Human body systems Respiratory System Digestive System.
Chapter 12 Circulation Sections 1 and 2 The Body’s Transportation and A Closer Look at Blood Vessels.
* How did exercise affect your heart rate? Why do you think this happened? * How does your heart rate affect the rate at which red blood cells travel.
Circulation Part 1 What the Heart Does. The heart pumps oxygenated blood through the body. The heart also pumps blood filled with carbon dioxide away.
Body’s Transport System The Cardiovascular System Delivering Needed Materials Most materials needed by the body’s cells (like oxygen and food) are carried.
THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM BY: ALEX HOLT. MAJOR COMPONENTS THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM HEART BLOOD VESSELS BLOOD.
Lesson 1 The Cardiovascular System Any physical activity that raises your heart rate will help strengthen your cardiovascular system.
Cardiovascular system (CVS)
José Antonio Weymann Marisa Hermes Sammuel Chang.
North Idaho Emergency Services Academy. Objectives Types of fire service laddersTypes of fire service ladders Ladder termsLadder terms Ladder raising.
Blood and Breathing: circulatory and respiratory systems Two connected organ systems that depend on each other
Circulatory System. What do you know? Why is it important for your heart to continue beating even when you’re sleeping? Why is it important for your heart.
Circulatory System. The circulatory system moves blood from the heart through the body and back to the heart again.
CARDIOVASCULAR AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEM SOL 6.2 B. THE STUDENT WILL USE KNOWLEDGE OF THE BODY’S STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION TO MAKE SOUND DECISIONS RELATED TO.
ARLINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT HIGH ANGLE RESCUE PROGRAM.
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