Pre-incident plan

Pre-incident plan

4. Use the scenario based on your pre-incident plan for this question. Highlight entry and exit locations that could be used to attack the fire. If the building used for the pre-incident plan is protected by a sprinkler system or other fire suppression system the system is out of service for purposes of this question.

A. What is the structural collapse potential?
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B. How long do you think the building will remain stable under the conditions described in the scenario?

_______ Minutes

C. Assume that the first due company attacks the fire with the standard pre-connect. What size hose line would you order from the second due company?
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D. How many and what size hose lines would be needed to extinguish the fire (Use V/100)?
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E. Compare attack positions from the various entry locations to the fire area. Which position would be best to avoid pushing the fire into uninvolved areas?
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F. Consider distances from the entry location to the seat of the fire. Is it possible to reach the burning materials from the entry position?
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G. Is a direct attack possible? State why or why not.
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H. Which type nozzle would be best for this scenario?
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I. What size hose lines should be used as back-up lines?
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J. What additional lines are needed to protect exposed areas?
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K. What is the total water supply requirement?

________ GPM _________ Pumpers at Supply

L. What is the best location, and type of venting to both control the fire spread and to assist the nozzle crew in attacking the fire?
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M. Would forcible entry be a problem? Explain your answer.
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N. Are concealed spaces problematic? Explain your answer.
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O. What is the most likely fire extension pathway?
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P. List the companies and staffing needed to conduct a safe attack given the scenario.

________ Engine Companies w/ _______ person staffing

________ Engine Companies w/ _______ person staffing

________ Engine Companies w/ _______ person staffing

________ Truck Companies w/ _______ person staffing

________ Truck Companies w/ _______ person staffing

________ Truck Companies w/ _______ person staffing

________ Heavy Rescue Companies w/ _______ person staffing

________ Heavy Rescue Companies w/ _______ person staffing

________ Other Fire Companies w/ _______ person staffing

________ EMS Units w/ _______ person staffing

________ Special Units, e.g. air truck w/ _______ person staffing

__________ Chief Officers

Total staffing _____________

Total # of Fire Companies ____________

How many of these units would be Mutual Aid?

__________ Engine Companies, ___________ Truck Companies

__________ Heavy Rescue Companies ______ Other Fire Companies

__________ EMS Units

__________ Chief Officers

How many of these units would be staffed by off duty personnel including volunteer firefighters?

__________ Engine Companies, ___________ Truck Companies

__________ Heavy Rescue Companies ______ Other Fire Companies

__________ EMS Units

__________ Chief Officers
Q. Consider the effect a sprinkler system would have on the total operation.
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