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									TEXAS COMMISSION ON FIRE PROTECTION CHAPTER 1 SECTION 102

CERTIFICATION CURRICULUM MANUAL BASIC FIRE SUPPRESSION – FIREFIGHTER I FORCIBLE ENTRY

SECTION 102 FORCIBLE ENTRY

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The firefighter trainee shall identify, safely carry, and describe how to use forcible entry tools safely. The firefighter trainee shall identify, safely carry, and describe how to safely use the following types of forcible entry tools. NFPA 1001 5.3.4 102-1.01a. Cutting tools 102-1.01a1. Manual forcible entry tools 102-1.01a2. Powered forcible entry tools 102-1.01b. Prying tools 102-1.01b1. Manual forcible entry tools 102-1.01b2. Powered forcible entry tools 102-1.01c. Pushing/Pulling tools 102-1.01c1. Manual forcible entry tools 102-1.01c2. Powered forcible entry tools 102-1.01d. Striking tools 102-1.01d1. Manual forcible entry tools 102-1.01d2. Powered forcible entry tools

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The firefighter trainee shall identify and describe the methods and procedures for properly cleaning, maintaining, and inspecting forcible entry tools. The firefighter trainee shall identify and describe the methods and procedures for properly cleaning, maintaining, and inspecting the following forcible entry tools.
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NFPA 1001 5.5.3 102-2.01a. 102-2.01b. 102-2.01c. 102-2.01d. 102-2.01e. 102-2.01f. Axe heads and cutting edges Wooden handles Fiberglass handles Plated surfaces Unprotected metal surfaces Power equipment

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The firefighter trainee shall identify materials and construction features, and describe the dangers associated with forcible entry for doors, locks, glass, fences, windows, floors, and walls, and may simulate forcible entry with each. The firefighter trainee shall identify the following types of doors, explain the dangers, describe techniques of forcible entry for each, and simulate entry as required. NFPA 1001 5.3.4 102-3.01a. Swinging doors 102-3.01a1. Inward opening 102-3.01a2. Outward opening 102-3.01a3. Double swing 102-3.01b. 102-3.01c. 102-3.01d. 102-3.01e. 102-3.01f. 102-3.01g. Wooden doors Metal doors Tempered plate glass doors Revolving doors Sliding doors Overhead doors

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102-3.01h. 102-3.02

Fire doors

The firefighter trainee shall identify the materials and construction features of door locking devices. NFPA 1001 5.3.4 The firefighter trainee shall identify various types of fences, explain the dangers, and describe techniques of forcible entry for each. NFPA 1001 5.3.4 102-3.03a. 102-3.03b. 102-3.03c. Wood fences Masonry fences Woven wire fences

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The firefighter trainee shall identify the following types of windows from illustration, explain the dangers, and describe techniques of forcible entry for each. NFPA 1001 5.3.4 102-3.04a. 102-3.04b. 102-3.04c. 102-3.04d. 102-3.04e. 102-3.04f. Checkrail windows (Double-hung) Casement windows (Hinged) Projected windows (Factory) Awning and jalousie windows Plastic windows (High Security) Screened or barred windows

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The firefighter trainee shall identify materials and construction features of window locking devices. NFPA 1001 5.3.4 The firefighter trainee shall identify the following types of floors from illustration, explain the dangers, and describe techniques of forcible entry for each. NFPA 1001 5.3.10, 5.3.13 102-3.06a. 102-3.06b. Wood floors Concrete floors
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The firefighter trainee shall identify the following types of walls from illustrations, explain the dangers, and describe techniques of forcible entry for each. NFPA 1001 5.3.4 102-3.07a. 102-3.07b. 102-3.07c. 102-3.07d. Masonry and veneered walls Metal walls Wood frame walls Partition walls

EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL NEEDED: 1. Various types of forcible entry tools: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. Pry bar Halligan tool Spanner wrench Flat head axe Pick head axe Pike pole Hydraulic extrication tool Bolt cutters Chain saw Gasoline circular saw (K12)

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