"Confined Space Rescue Training Presentation Virginia Task Force 2"
Virginia Task Force 2 Urban Search & Rescue 513 Viking Drive, Suite 9 Virginia Beach Virginia 23452 Office: 757-385-6680 Fax: 757-431-4161 Confined Space Awareness On-Line Training Presentation & Test INSTRUCTIONS This self-study program package was developed so that team members of Virginia Task Force 2 can study and learn training lessons required for deployment activations, as time permits. Materials are found on the web site and in this program packet, along with a Power Point Presentation, Pre-Test Questionnaire, and On-Line Test, which most be completed in order for task force personnel to be deemed deployable. A copy (PDF Format) of the instructions and pre- test have also been provided in order for task force personnel to take the test during the presentation, preparing them for the actual on-line test, which will be taken once personnel have completed reviewing the presentation. All materials found on the Pre-Test are covered in the Power Point Presentation. Requirements for Completion: Begin by printing out the required pre-test documents prior to reviewing the presentation. Participants will review the required Power Point Presentation and then complete the on-line written test. The written test is a multiple choice exam, so simply mark the most appropriate answer. The on-line test generally consists of 10 – 20 questions, depending on the subject matter being covered. All task force personnel will be required to achieve a score of 80% or better in order to obtain credit and certification of the completion for this course. Upon successful completion of this self-study program, task force personnel will meet the requirements for this on-line training. If you have any questions regarding this subject and/or test, please feel free to contact Richard Brown, Training Coordinator at 757-385-6683 or via e-mail at Trainingcoordinator.email@example.com Thank You! Web Site Address; www.vatf2.com Virginia Task Force 2 Urban Search & Rescue 513 Viking Drive, Suite 9 Virginia Beach Virginia 23452 Office: 757-385-6680 Fax: 757-431-4161 Confined Space Awareness (Pre-Test Questionnaire) 1. What Code of Federal Regulation number (CFR) regulates confined spaces for general industry? a. 1910.147 b. 1910.135 c. 1910.146 d. 1910.164 2. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a confined space? a. Large enough that an employee or rescuer can enter. b. A limited means of egress. c. Intended for continual occupancy. d. Has a potential or actual hazardous atmosphere. e. Has the potential for engulfment. 3. The F.A.I.L.U.R.E. acronym outlines what? a. Reasons why a team cannot be formed. b. Reasons why a technical rescue incident (or any incident) goes bad. c. Reasons why personnel cannot function at an incident. d. Logistical reasons that influence operations. 4. Using given standards for intrinsically safe equipment, the 3 areas for compliance include: a. Class, Group, Category b. Group, Designator, Category c. Class, Group, Division d. Group, Division, Function Web Site Address; www.vatf2.com Virginia Task Force 2 Urban Search & Rescue 513 Viking Drive, Suite 9 Virginia Beach Virginia 23452 Office: 757-385-6680 Fax: 757-431-4161 5. Detection and monitoring units should include – at a minimum – all except what? a. Oxygen level b. Flammability level c. Wind direction d. Toxic levels 6. The “M” in the T.R.A.C.E.M. acronym for hazardous materials assessment stands for what? a. Monitoring b. Medical considerations c. Mechanical d. Meteorological conditions 7. Before making a confined space entry the Awareness Level responder should: a. Conduct appropriate detection and monitoring. b. Lock out and tag out all involved equipment. c. Insure all PPE is available. d. An awareness level responder shall never make an entry. 8. Goals of ventilation include all BUT? a. Reduce flammability b. Increase visibility c. Increase oxygen d. Reduce toxins 9. Phase VI of the event deals with? a. Feeding all the responders b. Media interaction c. Conducting a critique d. Termination of the event Web Site Address; www.vatf2.com Virginia Task Force 2 Urban Search & Rescue 513 Viking Drive, Suite 9 Virginia Beach Virginia 23452 Office: 757-385-6680 Fax: 757-431-4161 10. As a member of VATF2 – designated members are required to make a confined space entry how often? a. Every year b. Every 6 months c. Every 2 years d. Before every deployment 11. At what point during a confined space rescue is an entry permit required? a. Post-Incident b. Pre-Incident c. Pre-Entry d. Post-Entry 12. Which of the following are TRUE in reference to the completion of Lock-Out/Tag-Out procedures? 1. The purpose of completing these procedures is to isolate an energy source. 2. Each device used for lock out and tag out is designed to fit a specific piece of machinery, equipment or their attachments. 3. An energy isolating device is a mechanical device that physically prevents the transmission or release of energy. 4. Push buttons, selector switches and other control devices are considered energy isolating devices. a. 1, 2, 3, 4 b. 1 and 3 c. 1, 3, 4 d. 1, 2, 3 13. Which of the following is NOT considered a Lock-Out device? a. Pad Lock or Combination Lock b. Chain or Wire Lock, supplemented with Pad Lock c. Selector Switch d. Multi-Lock compatible devices, and closure devices. Web Site Address; www.vatf2.com Virginia Task Force 2 Urban Search & Rescue 513 Viking Drive, Suite 9 Virginia Beach Virginia 23452 Office: 757-385-6680 Fax: 757-431-4161 14. Atmospheres that might present a immediate or delayed threat to life, cause irreversible health effects or that might interfere with the individuals ability to escape from the space unaided are considered. a. OSHA level II atmospheres. b. Immediately dangerous atmospheres. c. Immediately dangerous to life and health atmospheres. d. Toxic atmospheres. 15. Which of the following is not considered a hazardous atmosphere? a. A flammable gas, vapor or mist in excess of 10 percent of the lower flammable limit. b. An airborne combustible dust in concentration that meets or exceeds its lower flammable limit, usually indicated by a condition that obscures vision at a distance of 3 feet. c. An atmospheric oxygen concentration of less than 19.5%. d. An atmospheric concentration of any substance that could result in exposure to a toxic in excess of the permissible exposure limit. e. None of the above Web Site Address; www.vatf2.com