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Nims Foreword And Statement Of Purpose Sections
Incident Command System (ICS) Model Procedures Guide for Incidents Involving Structural Firefighting, High-Rise, Multi-Casualty, Highway, and Managing Large Scale Incidents Using NIMS-ICS. 36197.

  
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1.  In how many places may the term intelligence/investigation appear?
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2.  What three items did the Los Angeles Fire Department add to LCES?
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3.  When a member has declared an emergency traffic message, this person should use terms such as:
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4.  At a structure fire where is the safety zone or refuge area typically located?
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5.  Which of the following is NOT a choice in the NFPA standard  1500 to indicate how a fire department could deploy a team of four members initially at the scene of a structure fire?
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6.  Where would a member report if they are in need of treatment at medical facilities?
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7.  What is one of the most effective ways to time-stamp an incident?
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8.  According to the Firescope Handbook, how many "watch-out" situations have been established for working in the wildland?
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9.  Who developed LCES?
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10.  When, where, and why was FIRESCOPE developed?
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11.  Which of the following are items of Accountability in the NIMS-ICS?
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12.  Which of the following is NOT one of the places where the term Intelligence/Investigation may appear?
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13.  Which of the following was NOT one of the changes made to the Model Procedures Guide made by the NIMS Consortium?
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14.  According to the Firescope Handbook, How many "watch-out" situations have been identified for interior structure firefighting?
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15.  When and where was Fireground Command (FGC) developed?
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16.  The company officer's responsibility to maintain awareness of what the fire is doing all around a crew while operating at an incident is-
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17.  Eye, face, and hearing protection needs to be worn-
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18.  Which of the following can declare Emergency Traffic?
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19.  In 2006, the NIMS Consortium consolidated all models into _______document(s).
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20.  In certain situations a safe refuge may be located above a fire in a highrise.  At a minimum, how many floors must this area be above the fire?
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21.  In regard to conditions, what is the most important decision?
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22.  Where do flare-ups generally occur?
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23.  Assisting agencies (i.e., those agencies providing resources, but without jurisdiction) interface with the Incident Commander through-
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24.  Which of the following statements is most accurate regarding multi-agency or multi-jurisdictional incidents?
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25.  What is the minimum number of members to be assigned to a RIC?
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26.  Which member operating immediately outside the structure gets the big picture?
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27.  What is the best definition of a Safety Zone?
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28.  When will the incident no longer be considered to be in the initial stage?
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29.  The Safety Officer reports directly to-
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30.  What was the first work of the Consortium?
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31.  Of the following, which  MUST be included when developing a SOP for crew rehabilitation?
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32.  Which of the following is most accurate about flare-ups or blowups?
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33.  The company officer operating a hoseline with their crew may be described as having-
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34.  Which of the following medical mass-casualty incidents require incident scene accountability?
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35.  What is the NFPA Satndard on Emergency Services Incident Management System?
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36.  Where does the following Rule of Engagement come from: Responders shall not be committed to interior offensive firefighting operations in abandoned or derelict buildings.
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37.  When an incident progresses beyond the initial stage, members assigned as a RIC may perform other functions as long as abandoning those functions will not jeopardize safety and health.
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38.  The incident commander shall provide for additional accountability officers based on the size, complexity, or needs of the incident.
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39.  The intent of the NIMS Consortium is to:
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40.  Which of the following is/are not critical components of rehab?
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41.  Once an incident expands to the point where additional resources are requested by the IC, which of the following would be true about a dedicated RIC?
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42.  Where do most incidents relating to tragedies occur?
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43.  What will become a focal point for operations by the balance of the assignment?
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44.  The Following question deals with National Wildfire Group Safety Procedures: Which of the following is NOT true about the use of a SAFENET or SAFECOM form?
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45.  What should be a standard procedure for engineers once lines are in operation?
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46.  The manner in which CISM response is delivered will depend upon-
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47.  The IAP for a medical incident must always provide a strong emphasis on-
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48.  The purpose of_________________is to evaluate and assist personnel who may be suffering from the effects of sustained physical exertion during emergency operations.
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49.  What is more important than establishing the best location for access?
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50.  When did the "Consortium" become a legally incorporated, not-for-profit corporation?
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51.  Which of the following is said to be true regarding the separation, collection, and tagging of personal effects of the patient?
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52.  What does the acronym LCES represent?
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53.  Facades and mezzanines are not normally located above rolling steel doors.
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54.  Which standard requires "All Clear Resume Radio Traffic" to be used?
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55.  The Following question deals with National Wildfire Group Safety Procedures:A situation where an individual has determined that they cannot undertake an assignment as given and is unable to negotiate an alternative solution is termed:
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56.  The Following question deals with National Wildfire Group Safety Procedures:How else should turndowns be documented if an unsafe act was committed or there is an unresolved safety hazard?
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57.  Typically RIC's are not assigned to medical or wildland fire incidents.
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58.  The Following question deals with National Wildfire Group Safety Procedures: What is the most appropriate means to document a turndown?
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59.  CISM is generally considered a scaled response based on-
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