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What does the S stand for in STOPCAB?
What does the T stand for in STOPCAB?
What does the O stand for in STOPCAB?
What does the P stand for in STOPCAB?
What does the C stand for in STOPCAB?
What does the A stand for in STOPCAB?
What does the B stand for in STOPCAB?
What does EN 136 associate with?
What does EN 137 associate with?
What does EN 144 associate with?
Which of the following make up parts of the BA set (8 answers)
Personal line breaking strain is what
What is the total length of the personal line
What is the first stage reducer and cylinder connector made of
What does the first stage reducer reduce the initial 300 bar of the cylinder to
What is the filter in the reducer valve
How many litres of air per minute can the first stage reducer deliver
What does the Lung Demand Valve operate on
What m/bar does the Lung Demand Valve reduce to
What makes up the components of a Face mask (6 answers)
What battery is used in the back plate
What is the litre capacity of a cylinder
How many litres of air are in both cylinders at 300 bar
What information is provided on the Merlin board with tallies inserted (4 answers)
How many hours of info is downloadable from the Bodyguard 7000
How does the back plate transmit its signal from the Electronic Monitoring Unit to the Merlin board
How many hours of info can be downloaded from the Merlin board
Where does the areal run along the Merlin board
The tripod and stand will increase the radio signal of the Merlin board through grounding
How often does the Merlin board update
What 5 things can be written on a tally of a BA wearer
What 4 things need to be filled in on the Merlin board at the top
What do repeaters do
What 4 ways does the body usually lose heat via
Complete the sentence: The causes of heat related illness are either Exogenous, Endogenous…..
The continuum of heat related illness is Heat stress, Heat exhaustion, Heat stroke, Multi organ dysfunction
Heat stroke is a systemic inflammatory response to a core body temp of 40.6 c or higher in addition to a change in mental status and organ dysfunction
The two types of Heat stroke are Non-exertional and
You can protect yourself from heat related illness by Improving your fitness, being self aware, managing your exposure, keeping hydrated, working intermittently, managing pre and post incident hydration, and what (3 answers)
What are the duties of a BA wearer on station (6 answers)
What are the duties of a BA wearer at an incident part 1 (6 answers)
What are the duties of a BA wearer at an incident part 2 (5 answers)
What are the duties of a BA wearer part 3 (7 answers)
A BA wearer must withdraw if any team member has controlled loss of pressure, appears unwell or in discomfort, has a faulty or unreadable gauge, and what (3 answers)
What are the duties of a BA wearer during the post wear procedure (6 answers)
What is the minimum bar contents allowed when passing through BAECO into an incident
Stage 1 applies where an incident is small and simple, requires no more than 1 entry command point, no more than 3 BA teams committed to risk area at one time, and what (3 answers)
Stage 2 is implemented when there are more than 3 teams or 6 BA wearers in the risk area, more than 1 entry command point, when guide/branch lines in use, incident or structures involved are complex, and what else (3 answers)
A Bridgehead is a safe position inside the building from which to carry out fire fighting and rescue operations, a staging area is an area where apparatus and personnel report for their respective assignments
As BAECO in an evacuation emergency, how many times should you blow the whistle