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Fire Guard F-04

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Fire Guard F-04
Temporary Indoor/Out Door Place of Assembly.

  
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1.  Safety Personnel are required at indoor public gathers with ___ or more members.
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2.  For the TPA events, the safety personnel are recommended to arrive at the premises at least 1 hour prior to the event and stay until all audience members leave.
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3.  In new office occupancies, fire drills must be conducted every __ months for the first 2 years.
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4.  The quick check inspection should check if: 1) the fire extinguisher is fully charged 2) it is in it's designated place 3) it has not been actuated or tampered with 4) there is no obvious or physical damage or condition to prevent it's operation.
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5.  In existing office occupancies, fire drills are required to be conducted every __ months.
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6.  In all hotels fire drills must be conducted at least once every __ months on each shift.
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7.  Safety personnel are primarily to maintain the safety of the occupants during a gathering and assist in implementing the evacuation plan in the event of emergency.
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8.  Generally, from the orientation, the safety personnel should know the location of exits and the means of communication with FDNY and occupants in the case of emergency.
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9.  The acronym ESCAPE may be used as a reminder for doing the pre-event inspection:
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10.  You are not required to monitor overcrowding in your area of assembly.
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11.  Required aisles must be:
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12.  The event coordination should make an audio announcement not more than 10 minutes prior to the start of each performance or program informing the occupants of the location of exits.
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13.  Smoking is allowed during indoor public gatherings.
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14.  Space to be occupied by standing audience members must be separated from the space to be left clear for passage by a rope, tape, barriers, barricades, fencing or other suitable materials at a height of not less than ___ feet nor more than 4 feet above the floor.
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15.  If the passageway is more than ___ feet and less than ___ feet deep, persons may stand therein, provided an unobstructed passageway of at least 6 feet in depth is left open and there are no more than four rows of persons standing.
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16.  If the passageway is more than ___ feet deep any number of persons or rows of persons may stand therein provided that an unobstructed passageway of at least 10 feet in depth is left open.
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17.  Out-of-service fire alarm, sprinkler or standpipe systems shall be reported immediately to your supervisor and at least one ___ Fire guard must be present.
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18.  During the event the sponsor shall provide a site plan approved by the Department of Buildings.
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19.  Every safety personnel posted at an exit shall be equipped with a:
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20.  Every safety personnel posted at an event entrance shall be equipped with a :
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21.  Chairs should be ganged.
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22.  Electric wires should be secured by cord covers.
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23.  Unsecured or un-ganged chairs do not pose a hazard in the event of emergency.
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24.  Compressed Gas and Flammable Liquids are prohibited at outdoor public gatherings.
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25.  You should prevent overcrowding by monitoring the amount of people in your area of assembly.
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26.  A telephone call must always be made to 911 after sounding a fire alarm.
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B.
27.  Double action stations require two steps in order to activate the alarm.
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28.  The two types of manual fire alarm pull stations are called single action and double action stations.
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29.  Once activated, the fire alarm must be re-set at the Fire Alarm Control Panel.
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30.  All fire alarm pull stations should be installed so that the handle is approximately ___ feet from the floor and is located within 5 feet of the exit doorway opening.
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31.  When the sprinkler head opens they are said to have:
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32.  Standpipes are installed as stand alone systems which act like building-specific:
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33.  Dry standpipe systems consist of a series of pipes which bring water to various points in a building when it is used by Fire Fighters.
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34.  Wet systems are "charged", meaning that they are always filled with water.
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35.  Fire alarm systems are classified as automatic,  manually activated or both.
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36.  In case of major spill you do not need to contact the Fire Department.
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37.  Fire extinguishers are allowed on the floor.
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38.  The top of the fire extinguisher must not be more than 5 feet above the floor.
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39.  The bottom of the extinguisher must be at least 4 inches above the floor.
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40.  In the event of a fire extinguisher has been discharged, a fully charged replacement is required before work can resume.
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41.  The trained Certificate of Fitness holder should only consider extinguishing fires that are limited in size.
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42.  Pass is the acronym for:
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43.  Combustible materials such as wood, paper and cloth require what class of fire extinguisher.
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44.  Fires caused by flammable liquids require this type of fire extinguisher.
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45.  Fires involving electrical equipment require this type of fire extinguisher.
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46.  Fires caused by ignitable metals require this type of fire extinguisher.
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47.  There is no such thing as a multi-purpose dry chemical fire extinguisher.
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48.  Fire extinguishers used in commercial kitchens are class K.
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49.  Fire extinguishers are required to be inspected (quick check):
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50.  At least once per year, all fire extinguishers must be maintained by a FDNY approved company and a W-96 Certificate of Fitness Holder.
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