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Fundamentals of Fire Fighter Skills 2nd Edition Chapter 23 Preincident planning
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Standard on types of building construction
Standard system for identification of the hazards of materials for emergency response.
Recommended practice for preincident planning
A large fire ofter involving multiple structures
A strategy in which victims are protected from the fire without relocation.
Locations where an engine can draft water directly from a static source.
A permant piping system that provides access to draft water from a static source, sometimes called a drafting hydrant.
Any person or property that may be endangered by flames, smoke, gases, heat, or runoff from the fire.
Fire alarm annunciator panel
Part of the fire alarm system that indicates the source of an alarm within a building.
The weight of combustibles in a fire area or on a floor in buildings and structures including either contents or building parts, or both.
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning HVAC system
A system to manage the internal environment that is often found in large buildings
Moving occupants from a dangerous area to a safe area on the same floor level.
The process of making openings so that the smoke, heat, and gases can escape horizontally from a building through openings such as doors, windows, ect.
the person in charge of the incident site who is responsible for all decisions relating to the management of the incident.
The use of small dimension members as structural supports in buildings.
Material Safety Data Sheets MSDS
A form, provided by manufacturers and compounders of chemicals, containing information about chemical composition, physical and chemical properties, health and safety hazards, emergency response, and waste disposal of the material.
A term describing individuals who cannot move themselves to an area of safety owing to their physical condition, medical treatment, or other factors.
A written document resulting from the gathering of general and detailed information to be used by public emergency response agencies and private industry for determining the response to resonable anticipated emergency incident at a specific faciliy.
The process used to gather information to develop a preincident plan.
The ongoing observation and evaluation of factors that are used to develop objectives, strategy, and tactics for fire suppression.
An automatic fire protection system designed to turn on sprinklers if a fire occurs
an arrangement of piping, valves, and hose connections installed in a structure to deliver water for fire hoses.
Static water supply
A water supply that is not under pressure, such as a pond or lake.
A method of transporting water from a source to a fire apparatus. Also called tenders.
Any occupancy type or facility that presents a high potential for loss of life or serious impact to the community resulting from fire, explosion, or chemical release.
The process of making openings so that smoke, heat and gases can excape vertically from a structure.
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