F-03 Fire Guard Practice Trivia

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1.

Every safety personnel posted at an event entrance shall be equipped with a_________.

Answer: Scanner/Hand Counter
Explanation:
Every safety personnel posted at an event entrance should be equipped with a scanner/hand counter. This device allows them to efficiently count the number of people entering the event, ensuring that the venue does not exceed its maximum capacity. It also helps in maintaining crowd control and ensuring the safety of all attendees. Additionally, the scanner can be used to scan tickets or badges, verifying the authenticity of entry passes. This equipment is essential for effective event management and maintaining security protocols.
2.

Every Safety personnel posted at an exit shall be equipped with a_________.

Answer: Walkie-Talkie/Two Way Radio
Explanation:
Safety personnel posted at an exit need to be equipped with a means of communication to ensure effective coordination and response in case of emergencies or any safety-related issues. A walkie-talkie or two-way radio is the most suitable option as it allows instant communication between the personnel at the exit and the control center or other team members. This enables them to relay important information, receive instructions, and coordinate their actions efficiently, ensuring the safety of people exiting the premises.
3.

Prior to the event for the TPA, the sponsor must provide a________.

Answer: The site plan approved by the Department of Building
Explanation:
Before the event for the TPA, the sponsor must provide a site plan that has been approved by the Department of Building. This is necessary to ensure that the event is planned in accordance with building regulations and safety standards. The site plan includes details such as the layout of the event area, the location of exits, and other important information that will help ensure the safety and smooth operation of the event.
4.

Each Temporary place of Assembly requires a_____________.

Answer: Safety personnel
Explanation:
Each temporary place of assembly requires safety personnel to ensure the safety and security of the attendees. Safety personnel are responsible for monitoring the crowd, managing emergencies, enforcing safety protocols, and addressing any potential hazards or risks. Their presence helps to maintain order, prevent accidents, and provide immediate assistance in case of any emergency situations.
5.

When you have an out-of-service alarm sprinkler or standpipe system, it should be reported to the supervisor immediately. And at least one_______ guard must be posted.

Answer: F-01
Explanation:
When an out-of-service alarm sprinkler or standpipe system is detected, it is crucial to report it to the supervisor right away to ensure prompt action and repairs. Additionally, at least one F-01 guard must be posted to maintain security and monitor the situation until the system is back in service.
6.

For a TPA event, the safety personnel are recommended to arrive at least ________ before the event.

Answer: 1 hour
Explanation:
The recommended time for safety personnel to arrive before a TPA event is 1 hour. This allows them enough time to set up any necessary equipment, conduct safety checks, and familiarize themselves with the event space. Arriving earlier than this may not be necessary as it could result in wasted time and resources. However, arriving later than 1 hour may not provide enough time for proper preparation and could compromise the safety of the event.
7.

What is the definition of an ESP Staff?

Answer: Individuals identified in a fire safety and evacuation plan as responsible for the implementation of such a plan.
Explanation:
An ESP Staff refers to individuals who are designated in a fire safety and evacuation plan to be responsible for executing and carrying out the plan. They are tasked with implementing the necessary measures and procedures outlined in the plan to ensure the safety of individuals and the successful evacuation in the event of a fire. These individuals play a crucial role in coordinating and organizing the necessary actions to be taken during an emergency situation.
8.

What is the maximum number of _____ rows of persons that may be permitted to stand in the passageway?

Answer: 2
Explanation:
The maximum number of rows of persons that may be permitted to stand in the passageway is 2. This means that there can be two rows of people standing in the passageway, but not more than that.
9.

What are the main lessons learned from the disaster that has happened over the years?

Answer: Having an emergency plan and implementing that plan saves lives.
Explanation:
Having an emergency plan and implementing that plan saves lives. This is the correct answer because disasters can cause chaos and confusion, and having a well-prepared emergency plan helps to minimize the impact and save lives. By having a plan in place, individuals and organizations can effectively respond to emergencies, take necessary actions, and allocate resources efficiently. Implementing the plan ensures that everyone knows their roles and responsibilities, and can act quickly and effectively in a coordinated manner. This lesson has been learned from various disasters over the years, emphasizing the importance of preparedness and proactive measures in mitigating the consequences of emergencies.
10.

What does this sign mean?

Answer: Pointing to a fire extinguisher is below.
Explanation:
The sign is indicating that a fire extinguisher is located below. This is important information for people in case of a fire emergency, as it helps them easily locate the fire extinguisher and use it to put out the fire.
11.

The acronym ESCAPE is a reminder for

Answer: Exit, Storage, Capacity, Aisles, Protection, and Emergency
Explanation:
The correct answer is "Exit, Storage, Capacity, Aisles, Protection, and Emergency." The acronym ESCAPE serves as a reminder for the key factors to consider in a safety plan. "Exit" refers to having clear and accessible exit routes in case of emergencies. "Storage" emphasizes the proper storage of materials to prevent hazards. "Capacity" relates to ensuring that the building or area has the capacity to accommodate the number of occupants safely. "Aisles" refers to keeping aisles and pathways clear for easy evacuation. "Protection" involves implementing safety measures to protect individuals from harm. "Emergency" emphasizes the importance of having emergency procedures and resources in place.
12.

Which one is a single-action pull station?

Answer:
Explanation:
Only the first one is a single action pull station, while the other two are not. Single Action pull stations are activated by a single hand motion, such as pulling out a lever or pushing down on it, to initiate the alarm. On the other hand, like in second and third options, Double Action pull stations necessitate two distinct hand motions, such as lifting up and then pulling down or pushing in and then pulling down, in order to activate the alarm.
13.

What does this sign mean?

Answer: Exit, do not use if it's not an emergency.
Explanation:
This sign means that the exit should only be used in case of an emergency and not for any other reason.
14.

What does PASS mean?

Answer: Pull, Aim, Squeeze, Sweep
Explanation:
PASS stands for Pull, Aim, Squeeze, Sweep. This acronym is commonly used to remember the steps for operating a fire extinguisher. First, you need to pull the pin to unlock the extinguisher. Then, aim the nozzle or hose at the base of the fire. Squeeze the handle to release the extinguishing agent, and finally, sweep from side to side to cover the entire base of the fire until it is extinguished.
15.

How many times a year should fire extinguishers be inspected by an FDNY-approved company?

Answer: At least once (1) a year
Explanation:
Fire extinguishers should be inspected at least once a year by an FDNY-approved company. This ensures that the fire extinguishers are in proper working condition and ready to be used in case of an emergency. Regular inspections help identify any potential issues or maintenance needs, such as low pressure or damaged parts, and ensure that the extinguishers are compliant with safety regulations. By conducting annual inspections, the FDNY-approved company can ensure the reliability and effectiveness of the fire extinguishers, ultimately enhancing fire safety measures.
16.

Whom must you notify first after a chemical spill?

Answer: You must notify the Fire Department First.
Explanation:
In the event of a chemical spill, it is crucial to prioritize the safety of everyone involved. The correct answer states that the Fire Department should be notified first. This is because the Fire Department is trained and equipped to handle hazardous situations, including chemical spills. They have the expertise and resources to assess the situation, contain the spill, and ensure the safety of the people present. Contacting the Fire Department immediately is essential to prevent any further harm or damage that may result from the spill.
17.

The fire extinguisher clearance between the bottom of the extinguisher and the floor is not less than _____ inches.

Answer: 4
Explanation:
The fire extinguisher clearance between the bottom of the extinguisher and the floor should be at least 4 inches. This is necessary to ensure that the extinguisher is easily accessible and can be grabbed quickly in case of a fire emergency. Having a sufficient clearance also allows for proper maintenance and inspection of the extinguisher. A clearance of 4 inches helps to prevent obstructions or debris from blocking access to the extinguisher and ensures that it can be easily seen and reached when needed.
18.

What is the definition of a dry standpipe system?

Answer: It is a series of pipes that bring water to various points in a building when it's used by firefighters.
Explanation:
A dry standpipe system is a series of pipes that bring water to various points in a building when it is used by firefighters. Unlike a wet standpipe system, there is no water present in the pipes of a dry standpipe system until it is pumped into them. This allows firefighters to easily access water at different levels of a building during an emergency situation.
19.

What type of Fire Extinguisher should be used on flammable or combustible liquids and gases such as oil and gasoline?

Answer: Class B
Explanation:
Class B fire extinguishers should be used on flammable or combustible liquids and gases such as oil and gasoline. Class B fires involve flammable liquids and gases, and these extinguishers are specifically designed to extinguish these types of fires. They work by smothering the flames and preventing oxygen from reaching the fuel source. Class B fire extinguishers are typically filled with a dry chemical agent, such as foam or powder, that can quickly suppress the fire and prevent it from spreading.
20.

What is the definition of a fire alarm system?  

Answer: The system consists of components and circuits arranged to monitor and annunciate the status of the fire alarm.
Explanation:
The correct answer explains that a fire alarm system is a system that consists of various components and circuits. These components and circuits are arranged in a way that they can monitor and announce the status of the fire alarm. This means that the system is designed to detect and alert people about the presence of a fire in a building. It goes beyond just being a loud noise or flashing lights, as it involves a complex arrangement of components to ensure effective monitoring and communication of the fire alarm status.
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