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This activity contains 20 questions.
At what location do firefighter injuries most commonly occur?
What is the most common cause of firefighter fatalities?
Which NFPA standard specifically addresses firefighter occupational safety and health?
A written plan that identifies and analyzes exposure to hazards is known as a:
hazard reduction plan.
risk management plan.
hazard mitigation plan.
wellness improvement plan.
During which of the following operations are personnel allowed to be outside the cab while an apparatus is in motion?
An electronic lack-of-motion sensor that sounds a loud tone when a firefighter becomes motionless is known as a:
What is the difference between a SCBA and a supplied air respirator?
The SCBA requires a supply line from another source of air.
The supplied air respirator is certified for use in firefighting operations.
The source of air for the supplied air respirator is not carried by the user.
The air supply for the SCBA is supplied from the ambient atmosphere.
A station that has been established at a fire scene for personnel to rest, rehydrate and recover is known as:
Who is responsible for actively participating in the department's accountability system?
Which federal agency in the United States is responsible for worker health and safety regulations?
Which code of federal regulations contain occupational safety and health requirements?
29 CFR 1910
29 CFR 1500
19 CFR 1500
04 CFR 1910
Which of the following is one of the IFSTA Principles of Risk Management?
Reasonable risk to the safety of members shall be acceptable when there is no possibility to save lives.
Any risk is acceptable if it is taken following a thorough size up by the incident commander.
Risk shall be limited to only those situations where the firefighter is 100% certain of success.
No risk to the safety of members shall be acceptable when there is not possibility to save lives or property.
Which department program educates firefighters on how to protect themselves from personal injury?
What is required for a fire department safety program to be effective?
Strict penalties for non-compliance must be adopted.
The program must be promoted and practiced at all levels.
The program should only apply to the rank of firefighter.
Incentive pay is provided to all members who choose to participate.
Which of the following is essential to maintaining your personal health as a firefighter?
only clean PPE once a year
avoid exposure to bloodborne pathogens
avoid vaccinations for hepatitis B
eat fatty foods frequently
Microorganisms present in the human body fluids and can cause disease in humans are known as:
Which of the following are typically addressed by a department employee assistance program?
What is the minimum noise level, in decibels, which requires firefighters in the United States to wear hearing protection?
An informal discussion with incident responders conducted after the incident is known as:
Which of the following is a critical size up factor?
skill of IC
time of day
life safety hazard
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