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P.A.S.S JUSTIN VEASLEY 6 TH PERIOD
FIRE EXTINGUISHER PARTS
P UL L A S S P IN THE ACRONYM STANDS FOR PULL. IN THIS STAGE, THE SAFETY PIN IS PULLED FROM THE TOP OF THE EXTINGUISHER. SAFETY PIN
P A IM S S THE A IN THE ACRONYM STANDS FOR AIM. IN THIS STEP, YOU AIM THE NOZZLE OF THE EXTINGUISHER AT THE BASE OF THE FIRE APPROXIMATELY 8-10 FEET FROM THE FIRE NOZZLE
P A S QUEE ZE S THE FIRST S IN THE ACRONYM STANDS FOR SQUEEZE. IN THIS STEP, YOU SQUEEZE THE HANDLE OF THE EXTINGUISHER. HANDLE
P A S S WE EP THE SECOND S IN THE ACRONYM STANDS FOR SWEEP. IN THIS STAGE, YOU SWEEP THE NOZZLE SIDE TO SIDE OF EDGE TO EDGE OF THE FIRE. NOZZLE
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