Fire officer's handbook of tactics: Study guide

Sampul Depan
PennWell Books, 2006 - 220 halaman
This study guide is for all serious students of firefighting. John Norman offers lessons learned from an extensive and honored career by developing a thorough understanding of the third edition of Fire Officer's Handbook of Tactics. This practical study guide gives updated questions and new sections that offer training, development, and guidance that can benefit every person in the fire force. The study guide's format includes multiple choice and short answer questions. The Fire Officer's Handbook of Tactics Third Edition Study Guide also includes a 100-question final examination, answers with corresponding textbook page numbers, and tear-out answer sheets for easy classroom use.
 

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General Principles of Firefighting
3
Sizeup
7
Engine Company Operations
13
Hoseline Selection Stretching and Placement
17
Water Supply
23
Sprinkler Systems and Standpipe Operations
29
Ladder Company Operations
37
Forcible Entry
43
Multiple Dwellings
79
Garden Apartment and Townhouse Fires
87
Store FiresTaxpayers and Strip Malls
91
Highrise Office Buildings
99
Buildings under Construction Renovation and Demolition
107
FireRelated Emergencies Incinerators Oil Burners and Gas Leaks
111
Structural Collapse
119
Fire Department Roles in Terrorism and Homeland Security
125

Ventilation
49
Search and Rescue
59
Firefighter Safety and Survival
65
Private Dwellings
75
Final Examination
133
Answers
157
Answer Sheets
189
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Deputy Assistant Chief John Norman is a veteran of more than 35 years in the fire service, with a wide range of experience. He has fought fires in rural, suburban, and urban settings. Since Sept. 11, 2001, Norman has been the Chief of Special Operations with the New York Fire Department. Until that date, as a Battalion Chief, he had been assigned to the 16th Battalion in Harlem. In the days after the collapse of the Twin Towers, Norman was designated as the Search and Rescue manager for the World Trade Center site. He operated in that position as a member of the Incident Commanders General Staff for two months before assuming his assisgnment as the Chief in Charge of the Special Operations Command on a full-time basis. He is the best-selling author of Fire Officer's Handbook of Tactics, Second Edition, also from Fire Engineering Books & Videos.

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