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					FFI & II Practice Quiz


   J.R. St.Croix
    231-218-3486
              Disclaimer
     This is not intended to be your only
        preparation for the state test.
You need to do as a minimum the following:
 Review your books.
 Review your study objectives in your books and know
 each of them.
 Review your homework.
 Review all handouts.
 Review all notes taken throughout the class.
 Retain all information gathered for life not just for
 class test.
          Disclaimer
The intent of this quiz is to recognize any
 particular area that you may feel you are
     week in and need to focus on. The
    questions on this quiz are not to be
mistaken as the State test questions. Nor
   is it to be mistaken that this quiz is a
representation of the State Test. You may
do well on this and bomb the State Test or
                 visa Versa.
  Do Not Underestimate the Test.
     You better be prepared!
How To Take This Quiz.
 1.   Read the question carefully.
 2.   Read all answers.
 3.   Select the best answer.
 4.   If in doubt go with your gut instinct.
 5.   If you are gutless take a guess.
      No answer is the same as a wrong answer.
      You have a 25% chance when guessing.
 6.   If your answer is wrong mark it wrong.
 7.   No not cheat there is no reason to.
 8.   Do not answer questions out load.
     How to score your quiz.
       FFI & FFII:                        FFI only:
       Answer each question.              Answer only the questions
       There are 200 of them and          with a “–1” after the
       each is worth 1/2%.                number. There are 100 of
                                          them and each is worth 1%
You can get no less than 70%
This means for 1&2 you can miss
                                          FFII only:
60 questions. For level 1 or 2 only       Answer only the questions
you can miss 30. But I prefer you         with a “–2” after the
                                          number. There are 100 of
Shoot for a minimum of 90% Do
                                          them and each is worth 1%
Not sell yourself short. You can do it.
       Sample Question
Who is most responsible for your
 making it thru the class and to
        the State Test?

     a) You the student.
     b) The person you copied your
        homework from.
     c) Your instructors.
     d) Your Fire Chief.
Okay lets get on
    with it.


 Good luck.
              #1-1
   Fire department standard
operating procedures should be
    established in the most
commonly accepted order of fire
  ground priorities, which is:

a)   Life safety, property conservation, fire control.
b)   Property conservation, life safety, fire control.
c)   Fire control, life safety, property conservation.
d)   Life safety, incident stabilization, property
     conservation.
               #2-1
________ relates to the number of
   personnel an individual can
      effectively supervise.


        a) Staff Rule.
        b) Span Of Control.
        c) Rule Of Thumb.
        d) Line Rule.
                 #3-1
   In the incident Management
System (IMS) the functional area
     for all incident activities,
 including the development and
   implementation of strategic
             decisions is:
        a) Planning.
        b) Operations.
        c) Logistics.
        d) Command.
            #4-1
What is the best definition of
           policy?


a) A detailed guide to action.
b) A guide to decision making within an
   organization.
c) A predetermined plan for an emergency.
d) A performance standard.
            #5-1
What is the best definition of
         procedure?

a) A detailed guide to action.
b) A guide to decision making within an
   organization.
c) A predetermined plan for an
   emergency.
d) A performance standard.
              #6-1
What is a geographic destination
 assigning responsibility for all
 operations within an assigned
             area?

          a) Sector.
          b) Division.
          c) Region.
          d) Zone.
               #7-1
  If a firefighter must exit an
   apparatus in contact with
electrical wires, the firefighter
              should:

 a) Exit one foot at a time.
 b) Touch the handrail and the ground
    simultaneously.
 c) Slowly touch the ground.
 d) Jump clear of the apparatus.
             #8-1
What rule applies to using saws
 in flammable atmospheres or
    near flammable liquids?

a) Use only saws without a grounding
   plug.
b) Use only double-insulated saws.
c) Use only double-insulated saws with a
   grounding plug.
d) Avoid the use of all saws.
                #9-1
 When should relief crews be sent
into a burning structure or danger
               area?
 a)   Shortly after the estimated time when the first
      crew’s SCBA low pressure alarms will sound.
 b)   Shortly before the estimated time when the first
      crew’s SCBA low pressure alarms will sound.
 c)   Only after the first crew has signaled for a relief
      crew to enter.
 d)   Only after all members of the first crew are safely
      out of the structure or danger area.
                #10-2
The incident management system has
a number of components that provide
    the basis for an effective IMS
 operation. Which of the following is
   not one of these components?


      a) Common terminology.
      b) Unified command.
      c) Modular organization.
      d) Pre-fire plans.
            #11-2
Which of the following is not a
 component of an incident
   Management System?


  a) Integrated communications.
  b) Pre-designated facilities.
  c) Modular organization.
  d) Independent action plans.
               #12-2
     In the IMS, the ______ is
responsible for implementing the
tactical assignments to meet the
          strategic goal.

     a) Incident Commander.
     b) Operations Officer.
     c) Planning Chief.
     d) Safety Officer.
             #13-2
     Who should initiate IMS

a) The highest ranking officer within the
   department.
b) The highest ranking officer within the
   department who is on duty at the time
   of the incident.
c) The dispatcher.
d) The first person to arrive on scene.
           #14-2
Which of the following is not
required to be included in a
  situation status report?
a)   A description of what happened.
b)   Whether the incident fell within the
     expertise and authority of the person
     relinquishing command.
c)   What resources are on the scene or en
     route.
d)   An assessment of whether current
     resources are adequate.
              #15-2
Transfer of command occurs _____

   a)   When an arriving senior member decides
        that command should be transferred.
   b)   Automatically upon arrival of a senior
        member.
   c)   Automatically when a senior member is en-
        route to the scene.
   d)   Automatically after a senior member
        properly acknowledges receiving a
        situation status report.
               #16-1
When the concentration of a gas
is within the range where it can
       ignite, it is said to :


 a) Be at its ignition temperature.
 b) Have reached its boiling point.
 c) Be within its flammable explosive
    range.
 d) Be at its flash point.
              #17-1
A British Thermal Unit ( BTU ) is:

 a)   The amount of heat required to raise one
      pound of water one degree Fahrenheit.
 b)   A substance or an agent that causes two or
      more objects or parts to bind.
 c)   Decomposition or transformation of a
      compound caused by light
 d)   The concentration level of a substance at
      which it will burn
              #18-1
The Fire Triangle is composed of:



  a) Heat, chemical reaction, and fuel.
  b) Heat, fuel, and oxygen.
  c) Oxygen, nitrogen, and fuel.
  d) Fuel, oxygen, and carbon monoxide.
          #19-1
The normal concentration of
   oxygen in the earth’s
      atmosphere is:


         a) 21%
         b) 16%
         c) 25%
         d) 47%
               #20-1
If a gas vapor has a vapor density
greater than one when it escapes
        from its container:
   a) It will raise.
   b) Its movement will be dependant
      on wind direction and speed.
   c) Its movement will be dependant
      on temperature.
   d) It will sink and collect at low
      points.
             #21-1
Which of the following materials
has the greatest flammable limit
            range?


       a) Carbon monoxide.
       b) Kerosene.
       c) Butane.
       d) Natural Gas.
                  #22-1
        Stratification is:
a)   A column of heat rising from a source.
b)   A process in which the molecules of a liquid
     are liberated into the atmosphere at a rate
     greater than the rate at which the molecules
     return to a liquid.
c)   The layered configuration of heat with higher
     temperatures at the upper levels and cooler
     temperatures at the lower levels.
d)   Decomposition or transformation of a
     compound caused by heat.
            #23-1
Which type of heat transfer is a
major contributor to flashover?

        a) Radiation.
        b) Conduction.
        c) Convection.
        d) Nuclear.
                #24-1
    Fires involving combustible
   metals such as magnesium,
titanium, zirconium, sodium, and
   potassium, are _________fires.


           a) Class A
           b) Class B
           c) Class C
           d) Class D
             #25-1
What kind of chemical change is
          oxidation?

       a) Combustion.
       b) Decomposition.
       c) Solution.
       d) Exothermic.
            #26-1
When exposed to intense heat, a
 lightweight metal truss can:

 a) Maintain it’s structural integrity.
 b) Often contain a fire to a specific area.
 c) Be expected to fail in 5 to 10 minutes.
 d) Be expected to support firefighting
    operations for at least 20 minutes.
             #27-1
Type I is ________construction.


     a) Noncombustible.
     b) Heavy Timber.
     c) Ordinary.
     d) Fire Resistive.
              #28-1
    Generally, what type of
construction is unprotected steel
 framing and usually has floors
 and a roof with a steel joist as
 the main structural members?

    a) Type II Noncombustible.
    b) Type III Ordinary.
    c) Type I Fire Resistive.
    d) Type V Frame.
             #29-1
Experience has shown that the
    collapse of unprotected
  lightweight steel trusses is
         caused by the:
a) Amount of heat generated by the fire in
   a structure.
b) Poor method of construction.
c) Impact load of firefighters on the roof.
d) Unknown (still being researched).
               #30-1
 What building material has been
identified most closely with rapid
 fire spread and toxic products of
           combustion?

   a) Wood shake shingles.
   b) Combustible furnishings and
      finishes.
   c) Heavy content fire loading.
   d) Wood floors and ceilings.
           #31-1
What tactic is essential for
slowing the spread of fire in
 buildings with large, open
          spaces?
a) Proper horizontal ventilation.
b) Proper hydraulic ventilation.
c) Immediate fire attack and
   delayed ventilation.
d) Proper vertical ventilation.
             #32-1
  How far out from a building
should a collapse zone extend?

 a) One and a half times the height of
    the building.
 b) Twice as far as the height of the
    building.
 c) A minimum of 100 feet (30m).
 d) At least 300 feet (90m).
                        #33-1
Why are lightweight metal and lightweight wood
  trusses some of the most serious building
construction hazards facing firefighters today?
 a)   If one member fails, the entire truss system is likely to
      fail.
 b)   Construction codes do not prohibit the installation of
      such trusses nationwide on large commercial
      buildings where they often provide inadequate
      support in fire conditions.
 c)   They have become the most common building
      technique for residential structures, yet they create
      spaces that conceal hidden fires that damage roof
      integrity.
 d)   Use of such trusses creates large, open spaces
      popular in today’s open housing designs but is a
      major contributor to fire spread.
               #34-2
Spalling of concrete could lead to
     early collapse because:

 a) Loss of moisture in concrete
    reduces its fire rating.
 b) The added weight of broken pieces
    may cause overload.
 c) It could create void spaces.
 d) Reinforcing steel is exposed to the
    heat of the fire.
               #35-2
Firefighters should know that fire
in Type V construction presents:

   a) Shortening of steel components.
   b) Breakdown of the concrete
      members due to the heat buildup.
   c) Extensive spalling.
   d) High potential for fire extension
      within the building.
             #36-2
Near what temperature can the
  failure of steel structural
  members be anticipated?


     a) 1,000 F (538 C)
     b) 1,250 F (677 C)
     c) 1,500 F (816 C)
     d) 1,800 F (982 C)
                 #37-2
Firefighter A says that the length of time
  a steel member has been exposed to
     heat indicates when it may fail.
  Firefighter B says that water can cool
steel structural members and reduce the
             chance of failure.
               Who is right?
        a) Firefighter A
        b) Firefighter B
        c) Both A and B
        d) Neither A nor B
            #38-2
Why does gypsum resist heat so
            well?
 a) Like brick, heat only cures the
    material more.
 b) It has a high water content.
 c) Its molecules retain their excellent
    bonding capabilities to temperatures
    near 2,000 F.
 d) It is an excellent heat conductor and
    can quickly dissipate heat up to
    2,000 F.
           #39-1
The gas which is a product of
 incomplete combustion is:


 a) Carbon monoxide.
 b) Carbon dioxide.
 c) Hydrogen chloride.
 d) Hydrogen cyanide.
             #40-1
A poisonous gas with the odor of
          almonds is:



      a) Sulphur dioxide
      b) Hydrogen cyanide
      c) propane
      d) chlorine
            #41-1
When exposed to products of
combustion, the_____are more
vulnerable to injury than any
      other body area.


a) Lungs and respiratory tract.
b) Heart and respiratory tract.
c) Lungs and eyes.
d) Brain and spinal cord.
                      #42-1
Firefighter a says that SCBA should be worn during
  ventilation operations only if the wind is blowing
     smoke and toxic gases directly toward the
                      firefighter
Firefighter B says the ventilation practices provide
little danger of inhaling toxic gases, so SCBA does
not need to be worn during ventilation operations.
                    Which is right?

             a) Firefighter A
             b) Firefighter B
             c) Both A and B
             d) Neither A nor B
             #43-1
  What product of combustion
causes more fire deaths than any
            other?

       a) Phosgene.
       b) Hydrogen chloride.
       c) Carbon monoxide.
       d) Hydrogen cyanide.
               #44-1
   Which of the following is not
caused by taking excessive heat
(temperature exceeding 120 F to
  130 F / 40 C to 54 C) into the
              lungs?
   a) Increased blood pressure
   b) Failure of the circulatory
      system
   c) Edema
   d) Asphyxiation
               #45-1
     How does carbon monoxide
         attack the body?
a) Combining with the blood’s hemoglobin
   and crowding oxygen from the blood.
b) Causing swelling and obstruction of the
   upper respiratory tract.
c) Interfering with respiration at the cellular
   and tissue level by hampering the proper
   exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide.
d) Paralyzing the brain’s respiratory center.
                 #46-1
When using positive pressure SCBA, a poor
  seal between the face piece and the
          firefighter’s face is:
 a) Not dangerous, because the positive
    pressure will keep toxic gases out of
    the face piece.
 b) Dangerous, because it is still possible
    for toxic gases to enter the face piece.
 c) Not possible, because the positive
    pressure will seal the face piece to the
    face.
 d) Likely to occur.
             #47-1
 Trapped firefighters awaiting
rescue will use less air if they:

 a) Partially close the cylinder valve.
 b) Open the bypass valve.
 c) Struggle to get free.
 d) Control their breathing.
              #48-1
Which of the following is not one
of the four basic components of
             SCBA?
    a) Face piece assembly.
    b) Regulator.
    c) Backpack and harness.
    d) PASS alarm.
              #49-1
 Filling an air cylinder from a
cascade system must be done
       slowly to prevent:
  a) Damage to the pressure gauge.
  b) Causing an air hammer.
  c) Excessive heat buildup.
  d) Contamination.
              #50-1
Steel and aluminum cylinders for
 breathing apparatus should be
   hydrostatically tested after
      each____-year period.


        a) Two.
        b) Three.
        c) Four.
        d) Five.
             #51-1
 At what level does the SCBA
cylinder pressure alarm sound?
a) Approximately one-tenth of the
   cylinder’ maximum rated pressure.
b) Approximately one-eight of the
   cylinder’ maximum rated pressure.
c) Approximately one-fifth of the
   cylinder’s maximum rated pressure.
d) Approximately one-fourth of the
   cylinder’s maximum rated pressure.
                  #52-1
 Firefighter a says that when an SCBA low-
 pressure alarm sound, there is enough air
remaining for an additional 5 to 10 minutes
       of work before leaving the area.
    Firefighter B says that when the low-
pressure alarm sound, the firefighter should
         leave the area immediately.

        a) Firefighter A
        b) Firefighter B
        c) Both A & B
        d) Neither A nor B
             #53-1
The primary use of the ____is to
 attach a rope to a cylindrical
            object.

    a) Clove hitch.
    b) Bowline.
    c) Becket/sheet bend.
    d) Rescue knot.
             #54-1
The knot used to tie two ropes of
unequal diameter together is the:

    a) Clove hitch.
    b) Square knot.
    c) Becket/sheet bend.
    d) Half hitch.
              #55-1
When a rope is bent back on itself
while keeping the sides parallel,
     a____has been formed.


        a) Knot.
        b) Round turn.
        c) Bowline.
        d) Bight.
            #56-1
     A pike pole should:


a) Be hoisted point down.
b) Be hoisted sideways.
c) Be hoisted point up.
d) Not be hoisted due to the risk of injury
   to the firefighters on the ground.
          #57-1
Ropes should be inspected:

a) By conducting static load and
   elongation tests.
b) Only when contact with
   chemicals has occurred.
c) After each use.
d) A minimum of every two years.
            #58-1
Which of the following requires
 the use of life safety rope?

 a) Tag line.
 b) Rappelling.
 c) SCBA guide rope.
 d) Securing backpack
    assembly to confined space
    rescuer’s harness.
              #59-1
Which is a good knot for forming
   a single loop that will not
constrict the object it is placed
            around?

   a) Becket bend or sheet bend.
   b) Figure-eight.
   c) Bowline.
   d) Clove hitch.
             #60-1
All portable extinguishers are
classified according to their:

      a) Size.
      b) Freeze potential.
      c) Intended use.
      d) conductivity.
               #61-1
Extinguishing agents safe for use
  on fires in or near energized
  electrical equipment include:
 a) Dry powder, carbon dioxide, and
    AFFF.
 b) Carbon dioxide, and dry chemical.
 c) Dry chemical, pressurized water, and
    carbon dioxide.
 d) AFFF, carbon dioxide, and dry
    chemical.
            #62-1
Dry powder extinguishers are
 rated for use on _____ fires?



         a) Class A
         b) Class B
         c) Class C
         d) Class D
              #63-1
Fire extinguisher classification
symbols are are displayed by all
    of the following except:


      a) Color.
      b) Shape.
      c) Letter.
      d) Weight of container.
             #64-1
 What extinguishers receive a
numerical rating in addition to a
    letter classification?

          a) B and C
          b) C and D
          c) A and C
          d) A and B
               #65-1
What extinguisher type would be
best for suppressing vapors on a
      small liquid fuel spill?


     a) Pump-tank water.
     b) AFFF.
     c) Halon 1211.
     d) All-purpose dry chemical.
             #66-2
 The length of cribbing pieces
may vary, but _____ inches is the
           standard.


         a) 8” – 10”
         b) 16” – 18”
         c) 24” – 26”
         d) 10” – 12”
                #67-2
  _____ jacks can be dangerous
because they are the least stable
       of all types of jacks.


          a) Hydraulic
          b) Ratchet - lever
          c) Air
          d) Bar screw
               #68-2
A pulley or set of pulleys encased
  within a frame is known as a:


           a) Tackle.
           b) Spinner.
           c) Sling.
           d) Block.
              #69-2
The first power hydraulic tool
  that became available to
       firefighters was:


        a) Cutter.
        b) Spreader.
        c) Combi - tool
        d) Ram.
              #70-2
Portable power plants should be
run at least once a week while:

 a) Watching for incoming amp. Drops.
 b) Inspecting connected electrical cords
    for frays and or exposed wires.
 c) Inspecting the spark plug and plug
    wires.
 d) Powering an electrical device.
            #71-2
 Lighting equipment can be
divided into two categories:


 a) Inverters and Generators.
 b) Emergency and non-emergency.
 c) Auxiliary and Installed.
 d) Fixed and Portable.
               #72-2
 The primary goal of stabilization
is to prevent further movement of
          the vehicle by:
 a) Minimizing the area of contact
    between the vehicle and the ground.
 b) Removing all victims as quickly as
    possible.
 c) Maximizing the area of contact
    between the vehicle and the ground.
 d) Pulling the valve stems.
              #73-2
    The key to an efficient
extrication operation is proper
     _____ of the situation.


       a) Dispatch.
       b) Size – up.
       c) Pre - planning.
       d) Assignment.
              #74-2
 A _____ collapse occurs when
floor supports fail I a structure
causing large sections to drop
    while one side remains
   supported, forming a void.

        a) V - Type
        b) Lean – To.
        c) Tunnel.
        d) Pancake.
              #75-2
    The process of erecting
materials such as wood panels,
timber, or jacks to strengthen a
wall or prevent further collapse
          is known as:

         a) Shoring.
         b) Cribbing.
         c) Packing.
         d) Supporting.
              #76-2
Which type of building collapse is
    most likely to result in a
      secondary collapse?

           a) Cantilever.
           b) V – Shaped.
           c) Lean – To.
           d) Pancake.
               #77-1
  During a search of a building
involved in fire, if the firefighter
     becomes disoriented, the
  firefighter should attempt to:

  a) Remain calm.
  b) Retrace steps to original location.
  c) Seek a place of refuge and activate
     pass device.
  d) All of the above.
               #78-1
 In the fire service, the basic
definition of the word rescue is:
a) Removal of trapped victims from
   machinery.
b) Removing a victim from a hazardous
   situation to safety.
c) Stabilizing a victim before
   transporting.
d) Performing CPR on a victim.
Oh No Not Them Too.

  Ohh yeah baby!!!
    LAWS
 Remember these?
            #79-2
    Public Act 207 of 1941
      refers to ________?

a) Michigan Vehicle Code.
b) Fire Prevention Code.
c) Firefighter Safety and Health.
d) Fire Fighters Training Council Act.
             #80-2
     Public Act 300 of 1949
         refers to _____.

a) Michigan Vehicle Code.
b) Fire Prevention Code.
c) Firefighter Safety and Health.
d) Fire Fighters Training Council Act.
              #81-2
     NFPA 1001 Refers To_____?
a) Standard For Fire Fighter Professional
   Qualifications.
b) Standard For Portable Fire
   extinguishers.
c) Standard For Protective Ensemble for
   Structural Fire Fighting.
d) Standard For Fire Department
   Occupational safety And Health.
          #82-2
 NFPA 1500 Refers To_____?
a) Standard For Fire Fighter
   Professional Qualifications.
b) Standard For Portable Fire
   extinguishers.
c) Standard For Protective Ensemble
   for Structural Fire Fighting.
d) Standard For Fire Department
   Occupational safety And Health.
             #83-2
     NFPA 10 Refers To_____?

a) Standard For Fire Fighter
   Professional Qualifications.
b) Standard For Portable Fire
   extinguishers.
c) Standard For Protective Ensemble
   for Structural Fire Fighting.
d) Standard For Fire Department
   Occupational safety And Health.
              #84-2
     NFPA 1971 Refers To_____?
a) Standard For Fire Fighter
   Professional Qualifications.
b) Standard For Portable Fire
   extinguishers.
c) Standard For Protective Ensemble
   for Structural Fire Fighting.
d) Standard For Fire Department
   Occupational safety And Health..
          #85-2
  Public Act 291 of 1966
      refers to _____.


a) Michigan Vehicle Code.
b) Fire Prevention Code.
c) Firefighter Safety and Health.
d) Fire Fighters Training
   Council Act.
          #86-2
 MDCIS – Health & Safety
   Standards Part 74
    Refers To _____?


a) Confined Space Entry.
b) Respiratory Protection.
c) Fire Fighting.
d) Personal Protective Equipment.
               #87-1
   Firefighters conducting a
search_____ if such an action will
  not cause the spread of fire.

 a) May open windows to provide adequate
    light.
 b) May open windows for ventilation.
 c) May break windows from the inside.
 d) Should never open windows even.
             #88-1
What are the two objectives of a
       building search?
a)   Searching for victims and extinguishing
     fires.
b)   Searching for life and searching for fire
     extension.
c)   Rescuing living victims and removing
     bodies.
d)   Searching for fire extension and
     extinguishing fire.
             #89-1
What method of searching a small
 room reduces the likelihood of
    rescuers becoming lost?
 a)   Both take turns searching the room or
      waiting at the door.
 b)   Both search the room in the same
      direction.
 c)   Both search the room in opposite
      directions.
 d)   One is assigned to search all rooms while
      the other waits at the door.
            #90-1
 Which is the recommended
method of marking rooms that
    have been searched?
a) Blocking the door open with
   furniture.
b) Marking the door with chalk or
   crayon.
c) Marking the floor just inside the
   door with masking tape.
d) Making a shallow X on the door
   with an axe.
            #91-1
Of these examples, the type of
window that is most difficult to
        force open is:

  a) Casement.
  b) Checkrail.
  c) Projected ( Factory - Type )
  d) Jalousie.
                 #92-1
  If, as a last resort, it becomes
   necessary to break through a
tempered plate glass door, where
 should the glass be shattered?

        a) Bottom Corner.
        b) Top Center.
        c) Side Center.
        d) Top Corner.
           #93-1
A cutting torch has a flame
 temperature in excess of:


      a) 10,000 Deg. F.
      b) 15,000 Deg. F.
      c) 12,000 Deg. F.
      d) 5,000 Deg. F.
            #94-1
Why should an axe head not be
      ground too sharp?
a) It becomes more dangerous than a
   dull blade.
b) It may embed itself too deeply into
   the material being cut.
c) It becomes too difficult to drive
   through ordinary objects.
d) Pieces of the blade may break when
   striking gravel roofs.
              #95-1
 In the arms – length carry of a
ladder by two firefighters, each
grasps the _____, permitting the
ladder to swing along side their
      legs at arm’s length.

   a) Bottom Beam.
   b) Nearest Rung.
   c) Inside of the bottom beam.
   d) Outside of the top beam.
             #96-1
Manufacturers of fiberglass and
metal ladders require that the fly
       section be placed:

  a) In, toward the building.
  b) Out, away from the building.
  c) Even with the window sill.
  d) Either in or out, placement
     does not matter.
             #97-1
When a firefighter is to perform
 ventilation of a window, the
  ladder should be placed:

   a) Below the window.
   b) With the ladder tip about even
      with the top of the window.
   c) To the leeward side.
   d) All of the above.
             #98-1
  What is the recommended
minimum number of firefighters
 required to safely raise a 35’
      extension ladder?


          a) 2
          b) 3
          c) 4
          d) 6
              #99-1
 The proper distance the foot or
butt of a ladder should stand out
  from a building is _____ of the
 working distance of the ladder
    from the base of the wall.

           a) 1/2
           b) 1/4
           c) 1/3
           d) 1/8
            #100-1
For smooth operation, parts of
   metal ladders should be
lubricated_____where the _____.

a) Weekly, dogs contact the rungs.
b) Sometimes, guides contact the beams.
c) Thoroughly, testing agency suggests.
d) Occasionally, manufacturer
   recommends.
             #101-1
 The recommended method to
prevent a backdraft explosion is
        _____ ventilation.


        a) Horizontal
        b) Lateral
        c) Vertical
        d) Passive
           #102-1
    Which of the following
statements regarding a trench
      cut is incorrect?
a) It is an offensive action.
b) It is 2 – 3 feet wide.
c) It is not opened until the
   entire cut is complete.
d) It is made using any available
   building features.
         #103-1
The most common water
  distribution system
   is a _____ system.

 a) Pumped.
 b) Combination pumped
    and gravity.
 c) Gravity.
 d) Tender shuttle.
           #104-1
     Residual pressure is:
a) The pressure in the system with no
   hydrants or water flowing.
b) The pressure in a system after water
   has begun flowing.
c) The level of ground water under the
   surface.
d) A device that speeds the unloading of
   water from a tender.
              #105-1
   In a dry barrel hydrant the
valve that controls water flow
to all outlets is located _____ of
           the hydrant.

     a) At the top.
     b) On the side.
     c) At the base.
     d) By each outlet.
              #106-1
What is a distribution system that
provides feed from several mains
              called?


      a) Secondary feeder.
      b) Primary feeder.
      c) Grid system.
      d) Backup system.
            #107-1
 What size distribution mains
should be used on all principal
streets and for long mains not
 cross-connected at frequent
          intervals?

          a) 6”
          b) 8”
          c) 10”
          d) 12”
            #108-1
How are gate valves marked to
 indicate opening and closing
         procedures.


 a) With arrows.
 b) With open and closed symbols.
 c) With the words “ Open and
    closed”
 d) With numerals.
               #109-2
       In high value districts:
a)   Hydrants should be placed no more
     than 200 feet apart.
b)   Hydrants should be located so that
     spacing does not exceed 300 feet.
c)   One hydrant should be placed at least
     every 500 feet and at or near the
     midpoint of each 500 feet.
d)   At least one hydrant should be placed
     in front of or beside each building over
     two stories.
            #110-2
Residual pressure is defined as:
a) Stored potential energy available.
b) That part of total available pressure
   that is not used to overcome friction
   or gravity.
c) Forward velocity pressure at the
   point of discharge.
d) The minimum pressure required in a
   residential area.
             #111-2
Which of the following pressures
can be measured by a pitot tube?

         a) Static
         b) Normal operating.
         c) Residual
         d) Flow
               #112-2
A hydrant with a n orange bonnet
or caps may be expected to flow
   at ______ gallons per minute.


         a) Less than 500
         b) 500 - 999
         c) 1000 - 1499
         d) Greater than 1500
              #113-2
A hydrant with a flow rate of 1000
   to 1499 GPM may have a(n)
       _____colored bonnet.


         a) Light Blue
         b) Green
         c) Orange
         d) Red
            #114-2
What is the most common fire
service definition of pressure?

a) Compression of water volume.
b) Force of water per unit of area.
c) Quickness of water motion.
d) Velocity of water in a conduit.
            #115-2
 What is the best definition of
       Static Pressure?
a)   The part of the total available pressure that is
     not used to overcome friction or gravity while
     forcing water through pipe, fittings, fire hose,
     and adapters.
b)   Pressure found in a water distribution system
     during periods of normal consumption
     demand.
c)   Forward velocity pressure at a water
     distribution system discharge opening while
     water is flowing.
d)   Stored potential energy that is available to
     force water through pipe, fittings, fire hose,
     and adapters.
                #116-2
     What is the best definition of
           Flow Pressure?
a)    Stored potential energy that is available to
      force water through pipe, fittings, fire hose, and
      adapters.
b)    That part of the total available pressure that is
      not used to overcome friction or gravity while
      forcing water through pipe, fittings, fire hose,
      and adapters.
c)    Forward velocity pressure at a water
      distribution system discharge opening while
      water is flowing.
d)    Pressure found in a water distribution system
      during periods of normal consumption
      demand.
             #117-2
NFPA recommends fire hydrants
flowing 1,500 GPM or greater be
            colored:

         a) Red
         b) Light Blue
         c) Green
         d) Orange
             #118-2
When containers of flammable
 liquids are exposed to flame
  impingement, the water for
cooling the container should be
      applied to cool the:

     a) Vapor Space.
     b) Relief Valve.
     c) Ends of the tanks.
     d) Firefighters.
              #119-2
For incidents involving a break
      in a natural gas line,
       firefighters should:
a) Evacuate the area upwind from it.
b) Eliminate ignition sources in the
   area.
c) Extinguish any flames coming
   from the line.
d) Shut down the main valve to stop
   the leak.
               #120-2
Substances that are normally in a
liquid state and that have a flash
  point greater than 100 Deg. F.
 such as kerosene and vegetable
      oil are known as _____:

    a) Ignitable liquids.
    b) Combustible liquids.
    c) Inflammable liquids.
    d) Flammable liquids.
                #121-2
Firefighter A says that liquid fuels that
     mix with water are known as
             hydrocarbons.
Firefighter B says that liquid fuels that
 do not mix with water are known as
             polar solvents.
            Who is correct?
           a) Firefighter A
           b) Firefighter B
           c) Both A and B
           d) Neither A nor B
                  #122-2
   What action should be taken for
flowing fuel fires burning around relief
valves or piping if the leaking product
         cannot be turned off?
 a) Extinguish the fire as the first priority.
 b) Dispatch personnel in full thermal
    gear to repair the leak.
 c) Set up a master foam nozzle to keep
    the site of the leak in a constant flow
    of foam.
 d) Do not extinguish the fire but try to
    contain the pooling fuel.
                       #123-2
Which of the following is an accurate
   statement with regard to fires
       involving liquid fuels?
a)   Unburned vapors are generally lighter than air and will
     quickly disperse in the open or collect at the ceiling in
     enclosed areas.
b)   An increase in the intensity of the sound or fire
     issuing from a relief valve indicates that the container
     is nearly empty and that most of the fuel has escaped.
c)   Relief valves may not be adequate to relieve excess
     pressures from systems exposed to severe fire
     conditions.
d)   If properly grounded, vehicles and electrical systems
     do not present ignition sources in the presence of
     flammable liquids.
                  #124-2
Which of the following statements is
true with regard to using water as a
 cooling agent for flammable liquid
                fires?
 a)   Water should not be used as a cooling
      agent for flammable liquid fires.
 b)   Water is most effective on heavier oils.
 c)   Water is most effective on light petroleum
      distillates.
 d)   Because of the intense heat of flammable
      liquid fires, water is ineffective as a
      cooling agent for exposures.
                        #125-2
      Firefighter A says that an incident site involving a
    flammable liquid transport vehicle at night should be
              marked off with open-flame flares.
Firefighter B says that if law enforcement personnel are not
  available at an incident site involving a flammable liquid
 transport vehicle, than a firefighter should be assigned to
                     provide traffic control.
                    Who is correct?

                a) Firefighter A
                b) Firefighter B
                c) Both A and B
                d) Neither A nor B
                     #126-2
What is the recommended protocol for
firefighter involved in shutting off gas
               at a meter?
   a)   Request the utility to shut off the gas at the
        main distribution
   b)   Do not shut off the gas if there is not a fire.
   c)   Advance the team with a medium-expansion
        foam applied to the team using the rain-down
        method
   d)   Advance the team with a fog pattern
        hoseline.
                 #127-2
 To achieve the maximum efficient use of
water when cooling flammable liquid storage
  tanks, fire streams should be directed:

        a) Around the tank base.
        b) Above the level of the
           contained liquid
        c) Below the level of the
           contained liquid
        d) Into the involved tank.
            #128-2
The acronym “BLEVE” stands for
        Boiling Liquid:

     a) Exhausting Vapor Explosion
     b) Expanding and Venting
        Explosion
     c) Expanding Vapor Explosion
     d) Exhausting Vapor Expansion
           #129-2
Liquids that have flash points
 less than ____are___liquids.



     a) 1 F, hydrocarbon
     b) 10 F, noncombustible
     c) 100 F, flammable
     d) 1000 F, combustible.
             #130-2
 When approaching a fire in the
 passenger compartment of a
vehicle, the best stream pattern
     to use is a ____stream.


    a) Straight
    b) Narrow fog
    c) Wide fog
    d) solid
            #131-2
 The_____acronym is used as a
  reminder of the signals for
communication when utilizing a
           lifeline.


          a) OATS
          b) OATH
          c) SAVE
          d) HELP
                #132-2
   During an interior structural fire
attack, if ventilation holes cannot be
 made large enough, or if ventilation
will be delayed, then it is important to
  keep the nozzle on a _____stream.


             a) 30 fog
             b) straight
             c) combination
             d) 60 fog
             #133-2
A 1-1/2” to 1-3/4 handline flows
              GPM.



          a) 10-35
          b) 40-125
          c) 140-350
          d) 360-500
              #134-2
To efficiently use water during a
  direct attack with a solid or
 straight stream, the firefighter
         should apply the
water____directly on the____until
     the fire darkens down.
     a) Continuously, burning fuels
     b) Continuously, ceiling
     c) In short bursts, ceiling
     d) In short bursts, burning
        fuels
                 #135-2
Fires in above-ground transformers
     containing PCB should be:
  a)   Allowed to completely burn themselves
       out because of the degree of danger to the
       firefighters.
  b)   Rapidly extinguished with a fog stream to
       prevent PCB from becoming vaporized.
  c)   Permitted to burn until firefighters de-
       energize the transformer.
  d)   Permitted to burn until qualified utility
       personnel can extinguish the fire with a
       dry chemical extinguisher.
          #136-2
When attacking wildland fires,
  the control line may be
        established:

   a) At the edge of the fire, next to
      it, or at a distance away.
   b) Inside the black.
   c) At the head only.
   d) From the flank only.
           #137-2
        Aspect is the :

a) Direction a slope faces.
b) Measure of the steepness of a slope.
c) Measure of the roughness of a slope.
d) Measure of the direction in which the
   wind moves across a slope.
              #138-2
The three most important factors
 that affect wildland firefighters
               are:
     a) Fuel, equipment, and location.
     b) Topography, resources, and
        time of day.
     c) Fuel, weather, and topography.
     d) Staffing, resources and
        apparatus.
            #139-2
What type of attack is desirable
when firefighters are unable to
 enter a structure because of
   intense fire conditions?


      a) Direct
      b) Blanket
      c) Indirect
      d) Combination
              #140-1
There is a maximum distance to
any fog stream. Further increase
   in nozzle pressure will only
            increase:


       a) Critical velocity.
       b) Back pressure.
       c) Cavitation.
       d) Volume.
              #141-1
The standard nozzle pressure for
   a solid stream nozzle on a
      handline is ____PSI.


           a) 50
           b) 100
           c) 150
           d) 200
            #142-1
At 212 F, a cubic foot of water
  expands to approximately
 ____times its original volume
 when converted into steam.


          a) 500
          b) 1,700
          c) 2,400
          d) 4,200
            #143-1
What happens to a solid stream
 when it reaches the point of
         break over?
    a) It begins to fan out and sheet.
    b) It becomes denser and
       heavier.
    c) It dissipates into a fine mist.
    d) It falls into showers of spray.
            #144-1
The four elements that make a
fire stream are a pump, water,
          nozzle, and :
         a) Volume.
         b) Velocity.
         c) Friction loss.
         d) Hose.
              #145-2
In what way is foam an effective
      fire fighting agent?
  a) By forming a blanket on the
     burning fuel.
  b) By releasing water onto the
     fire as the foam breaks down.
  c) By preventing the release of
     flammable vapors.
  d) All of the above.
             #146-2
What term is applied to a foam’s
  ability to create a barrier
   between a fire and fuel?
    a) Separating.
    b) Cooling.
    c) Suppressing.
    d) Smothering.
               #147-2
   Which of the following is not a
fire that a specialized foam would
       aid in extinguishing?
     a) Deep-seated Class A fire.
     b) Electrical equipment fire.
     c) Confined, or enclosed-
        space fire
     d) Fire involving acid spills,
        pesticides, or other
        hazardous liquids.
                   #148-2
Firefighter A says that the mixing of water
       with foam concentrate is called
               proportioning.
Firefighter B says that the dispersion of the
 foam from the end of the nozzle is called
                  aeration.
                Who’s right?

       a) Firefighter A.
       b) Firefighter B.
       c) Both A and B.
       d) Neither A nor B.
             #149-2
   Which of the following is an
acceptable device for discharging
         Class A foam?


       a) Fog nozzle.
       b) Medium and high-expansion
          devices.
       c) Air-aspiration foam nozzle.
       d) All of the above.
             #150-2
What does the abbreviation AFFF
           stand for?

    a) Aqueous film forming foam.
    b) Acidic film forming
       fluoroprotein.
    c) Advanced fluoroprotein forming
       foam.
    d) Aspirated foam forming filter.
             #151-2
Use of a device with a restricted
    diameter to draw foam
concentrate into a hoseline is an
example of what method of foam
         proportioning?

      a) Premixing.
      b) Batch-mixing.
      c) Induction.
      d) Injection.
             #152-2
Which proportioning method uses
a pump or head pressure to force
concentrate into the fire stream a
      the correct ration ?


       a) Induction.
       b) Injection.
       c) Premixing.
       d) Batch-mixing.
            #153-2
What is another term commonly
 used to describe an induction
      foam proportioner ?


      a) Eductor.
      b) Injector.
      c) In-line Venturi.
      d) Pickup tube.
                      #154-2
Firefighter A says the class B foams designed for
  hydrocarbon fuels can be used effectively on
    polar solvent fuels if the concentration is
                    increased.

Firefighter B says the Class B foams designed for
  polar solvent fuels can be used effectively on
hydrocarbon fuels if the manufacturer of the foam
                specifies such use.
                   Who’s right?

             a)   Firefighter A.
             b)   Firefighter B.
             c)   Both A and B.
             d)   Neither A nor B.
              #155-2
Which of following statements is
  true with regard to Class A
             foams?:
  a)   Class A foams have super cleaning
       characteristics making it unnecessary to
       thoroughly flush equipment after use.
  b)   Class A foams are mildly corrosive.
  c)   An advantage of Class A foams is that they
       reduce water penetration into fuels so that
       burning liquids do not float to the top of attack
       sprays.
  d)   Class A foams cannot be used with medium
       and high-expansion devices.
              #156-1
  The hose load that places the
fewest number of sharp bends in
       the fire hose is the:


          a) Horseshoe.
          b) Flat.
          c) Accordion.
          d) Minuteman.
          #157-1
What coupling material is not
   subject to corrosion?



         a) Nickel
         b) Copper
         c) Steel
         d) Brass
            #158-1
Which of the following methods
makes the strongest couplings
       for normal use?


          a) Extruded
          b) Cast
          c) Drop-forged
          d) Molded.
             #159-1
    What hose type is used to
transfer water to the pump intake
 from a pressurized source only?

     a) Hard-suction hose
     b) Booster hose
     c) Flexible no collapsible
        intake hose
     d) Soft-sleeve hose.
               #160-1
What is a disadvantage of a forward
                lay?
 a) Pumper must stay at the incident
    scene.
 b) May be necessary for second pumper
    to boost pressure at hydrant.
 c) Pumper operator has visual contact
    with fire fighting crew.
 d) Pump operator must stay at the water
    source, thus making him or her
    unavailable for a fire fighting
    assignment.
             #161-2
The maximum length of time that
fire hose should be used without
        a service test is:


        a) Six months.
        b) One year.
        c) Three years.
        d) Five years.
            #162-2
When laying out fire hose to be
 service tested, test lengths
          should be:


     a) No more than 150 ft.
     b) No more than 300 ft.
     c) No more than 500 ft.
     d) Any length desired.
            #163-2
Which of the following is a hose
          appliance ?



       a) Hose clamp.
       b) Water thief.
       c) Hose roller.
       d) Hose jacket.
             #164-2
With what type of lay are hydrant
         valves used ?



           a) Split lay.
           b) Forward lay.
           c) Combination lay.
           d) Reverse lay.
             #165-2
   When using a hose clamp,
approximately how far behind the
 apparatus should it be applied ?


         a) 5 ft. (1.5 m)
         b) 20 ft. (6 m)
         c) 12 ft. (4 m)
         d) 15 ft. (5 m).
            #166-2
      Apply a hose clamp
  approximately____from the
coupling on the incoming water
             side.


      a) 20 ft. (6 m).
      b) 5 ft. (1.5 m).
      c) 15 ft. (5 m).
      d) 12 ft. (4 m).
                  #167-2
Firefighter A says that acceptance testing of
    fire hose is more rigorous than service
                    testing.
Firefighter B says that acceptance testing of
 fire hose is performed by the manufacturer.
                  Who’s right?


       a) Firefighter A.
       b) Firefighter B.
       c) Both A and B.
       d) Neither A nor B.
             #168-2
Your low air alarm should sound
 at what % of your air bottle of
          your SCBA?


          a) 75%
          b) 50%
          c) 25%
          d) 5 min.
           #169-2
What is the purpose of a hose
      test gate valve?
a) To measure pressure in the line.
b) To meter the amount of water flowing
   through the hoseline.
c) To allow for the line to be pressure
   tested when wyed.
d) To prevent water from surging
   through the hose if it fails.
                    #170-2
 Firefighter A says that when service testing hose,
the hose should be connected to discharges on the
          pump panel side of the apparatus.
 Firefighter B says that when service testing hose,
      all personnel operating in the area of the
pressurized hose should wear at least goggles as a
                 safety precaution.
                    Who is right?
             a) Firefighter A
             b) Firefighter B
             c) Both A and B
             d) Neither A nor B
             #171-2
Repaired or re - coupled fire hose
      shall be retested to:

 a) The acceptance test pressure.
 b) The service test pressure.
 c) At least 50% greater than the service
    test pressure.
 d) At least 50% less than the
    acceptance test pressure.
                 #172-1
During a structure fire involving a building
  with a sprinkler system, the incident
commander orders a firefighter to shut the
  sprinkler system. The firefighter can
         accomplish this task by:
 a) Closing the indicating valve on each
    branch line.
 b) Closing the main control valve.
 c) Shutting down and removing hoses
    connected to the fire department
    connection.
 d) Resetting the alarm check valve.
       #173-1
A water motor gong is
    operated by:

a) A remote pull station.
b) An electrical signal.
c) Water movement.
d) Radio frequency.
              #174-1
Which of the following is a quick –
     response mechanism?


   a) Special fusible link.
   b) Modified chemical pellet.
   c) Electrically triggered wire.
   d) Motion – triggered switch.
            #175-1
  What regulates the breaking
temperature of a frangible – bulb
          sprinkler?

 a) Amount of liquid and size of
    bubble in the bulb.
 b) Color of liquid in the bulb.
 c) Type of gas bubble in the bulb.
 d) Type of liquid in the bulb.
            #176-1
In what position should control
     valves be secured?


        a) Closed
        b) Open
        c) Stand - by
        d) Stop
                   #177-1
 Firefighter A says that the water supply for a
sprinkler system is designed to supply all of the
   sprinklers actually installed on the system.
Firefighter B says that fire department pumpers
  supporting sprinkler systems should operate
   from the main that supplying the sprinkler
                     system.
                 Who is correct?

            a) Firefighter A
            b) Firefighter B
            c) Both A and B
            d) Neither A nor B
           #178-2
       Heat detectors:
a) Cannot be used as part of a
   suppression system.
b) Are slow to detect fire and should
   not be used for life safety.
c) Are expensive to install and
   operate.
d) Are responsible for most false
   alarms.
            #179-2
Smoke detectors work primarily
  on the principles of photo
       electricity and:

      a) Rate of rise.
      b) Fixed temperature.
      c) Ionization.
      d) Laser beam.
              #180-2
    Which of the following is an
   environment where ultraviolet
flame detectors are suited for use?

 a) Areas where welding is done.
 b) Areas exposed to bright sunlight.
 c) Areas that are illuminated by intense
    mercury – vapor lamps.
 d) Areas where infrared flame detectors
    are in use.
             #181-1
 What might have spread the fire
   when an incident involves
separate, seemingly unconnected
             fires?

      a) Convection
      b) Sparklers
      c) Trailers
      d) An accelerant.
             #182-1
  Which of the following is not
included in overhaul operations?

 a) Covering building contents to
    prevent damage.
 b) Searching for and extinguishing
    hidden fires.
 c) Preserving any evidence of arson.
 d) Protecting the scene after the fire.
        #183-2
Requests for additional
 assistance should be
   ordered by _____.


a) The incident commander.
b) The operations officer.
c) The command post driver.
d) The telecommunicator.
             #184-2
Each response team should have
 a supervisor who is in constant
 contact with the team and who
            can_____.
 a)   Follow local IMS and SOP’s for
      communication with the IC and
      telecommunications center.
 b)   Terminate the incident on his or her own
      authority.
 c)   Sound the evacuation alarm if required.
 d)   Evaluate the team’s compliance with local
      IMS and SOP’s.
           #185-2
When must an incident report be
        completed?
 a)   Only when a fire unit responds to an incident
      that is not a false alarm.
 b)   Only when a fire unit responds to an incident
      involving more than $100.00 damage.
 c)   Whenever a fire unit responds to an incident.
 d)   Only when a fire unit responds to an incident
      that is not successfully concluded before the
      unit’s arrival at the scene.
             #186-2
Where do most fire departments
enter the data from their incident
            reports?
   a) Databases at the local and county
      level.
   b) Databases at the state and national
      level.
   c) Databases at the county and
      regional level.
   d) Databases at the regional and
      national level.
             #187-2
What is the National Fire Incident
  Reporting System ( NFIRS )?

 a)   A word processing program that allows easy input
      of incident information.
 b)   A national telephone hotline fore reporting incident
      information.
 c)   An alarm system used for nationwide notification
      in the event of a national disaster.
 d)   An Incident – based database that records incident
      information from the majority of the states in the
      U.S.
           #188-2
What agency created the NFIRS?



 a) The United States Fire Administration.
 b) The National Fire Protection Agency.
 c) The Occupational Safety and Health
    Administration.
 d) Underwriters Laboratories.
                      #189-2
Firefighter A says that incident reports should include
   information about the estimated cost of damage.
Firefighter B says that incident reports do not need to
  include information about the number of personnel
         and type of apparatus that responds.
                    Who is correct?



              a) Firefighter A
              b) Firefighter B
              c) Both A and B
              d) Neither A nor B
              #190-2
      Which of the following
statements is false with regard to
    the exterior portion of the
             survey?
 a)   The firefighter should look for location of fire
      hydrant’s.
 b)   The firefighter should determine drainage
      systems flow rates.
 c)   The firefighter should look for the location of
      fire alarm boxes.
 d)   The firefighter should determine the location
      and number of possible exposures.
              #191-2
 What should a firefighter do first
 after receiving permission from
the owner to survey the property?

  a)   Conduct a survey of the building interior.
  b)   Check the condition and operation of all
       private fire protection systems.
  c)   Proceed directly to a roof or basement to
       begin a systematic survey.
  d)   Conduct a survey of the building exterior.
             #192-2
  What does the standard map
symbol of the letters ”FA” within
       a circle portray?
  a) An automated fire alarm.
  b) An infrared sprinkler system.
  c) A fire alarm gong.
  d) A fire alarm box.
                       #193-2
  Which of the following statements best
 explains why a survey team should meet
with the person in authority before leaving
the premises after a pre-incident survey?

    a)   To insure that the person in authority immediately
         corrects any areas that are in noncompliance
         regulations.
    b)   To allow the person in authority to defend or
         justify any areas of noncompliance.
    c)   To maintain a cooperative relationship with the
         person in authority.
    d)   To allow the person in authority to provide a
         written evaluation of the survey team.
             #194-2
From a firefighting standpoint,
 what photographic view of a
building is especially good for
        survey teams?
       a) Elevated
       b) Overhead
       c) Wide - angle
       d) Close - up
            #195-2
  What does the standard map
symbol comprised of a large dot
   within a circle indicate?

   a) Iron chimney.
   b) Fire pump.
   c) Vertical steam boiler.
   d) Fire department connection.
            #196-2
  What does the standard map
symbol comprised of a large “X”
   within a circle indicate?

      a) Standpipe.
      b) Gasoline tank.
      c) Single hydrant.
      d) Sprinkler riser.
             #197-2
 Which of the following is not a
 guideline for scheduling a fire
         safety survey?
a)   Contact the owner or occupant ahead of time
     to arrange the survey.
b)   The company officer should inform the owner
     or occupant of the purpose of the survey.
c)   Schedule the survey during non-business
     hours to avoid congestion.
d)   The fire department administration should set
     a schedule for survey activities.
                 #198-2
Firefighter A says that representative of the
 occupancy should accompany firefighters
          during a building survey.
 Firefighter B says that a representative of
  the occupancy should not be allowed to
  accompany firefighters during a building
                   survey.

         a) Firefighter A
         b) Firefighter B
         c) Both A and B
         d) Neither A nor B
              #199-1
 Which of the following steps is
 perhaps the most important in
making a fire safety presentation.

 a) Preparation step. ( First step )
 b) Presentation step. ( Second step )
 c) Application step. ( Third step )
 d) All the steps above are equally
    important.
            #200-1
   Which of the following is
considered a special hazard in a
    commercial occupancy?

  a) Floor cleaning solvents.
  b) Defective power equipment.
  c) Packing materials.
  d) Common attic over multiple
     occupancies.
I hope that this was useful to you
in your preparation for your state
  test. Just remember everything
  you were taught in class and at
   your station and continue with
  your training and you will all do
fine. I look forward to fighting fire
      and serving with you all.
I wish you the best of
luck and remember to
be safe out there.
Now just relax and do your very
best on your test. Do not allow
 yourself to get rattled and you
       will do just fine.

				
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