Fundamentals of Fire Fighter Skills: Skills Evaluation Workbook

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2006 - Medical - 305 pages
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The Skill Evaluation Workbook offers step-by-step instruction on the most vital and fundamental fire fighter I and II skills. Offering more than 270 skills, the Workbook covers every job performance requirement within the 2002 Edition of NFPA 1001, Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications. This vital resource was developed to help both fire fighter students and instructors review, document, and evaluate each candidate's progress through hands-on skills demonstrations. Each skill sheet provides evaluator instructions, task(s) to be performed, performance outcomes, candidate directive(s), step-by-step instructions checklist, and areas for evaluator and candidate comments.

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Skill Drill Title Skill Drill Number Page Numbers
Donning SCBA from a SideMounted Compartment or Bracket 5
Replacing an SCBA Cylinder 211 63
Perform Light to Moderate Work Activity Simulating Search and Rescue Operations While
Using a Radio 31 86
VisitTour the Local Communication Center or Public Safety Answering Point 23
Attacking a Class A Fire with a StoredPressure Water Type
Standing Drag 98
Rescuing an Unconscious Victim from a Window 104
Conduct a Secondary Search and Rescue Victims
Operating a Power Saw 118
Initiate MAYDAY Procedures 173
Locate Doors and Windows That Can Be Used as Emergency Exits 179
Using a Sprinkler Stop 188
Pulling a Ceiling Using a Pike Pole 194

Attacking a Class B Flammable Liquid Fire with a Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher 28
Use of Dry Powder Fire Extinguishing Agents 79 205
Half Hitch 35
Clove Hitch Tied in the Open 94 258
Bowline 99 264
Mounting Apparatus 101 282
Forcing Entry Through a Casement Window 115 315
Breaching a Masonry Wall 1111 324
OneFire Fighter Rung Raise for Ladders Over 14 1211 355
ThreeFire Fighter Rung Raise 80
FourFire Fighter Rung Raise 1216 359
Perform a Chimney Check 86
OnePerson Walking Assist 131 385
TwoPerson Extremity Carry 92
Performing a Combination Attack 201
Extinguish an Exterior Class A Fire 210
Fine Fighter II 241
Placing a Foam Line in Service 248
Conduct a PreIncident Plan 256
Mitigate Hazards at a Motor Vehicle Crash 262
Gain Access to a Vehicle 265
Displace a Vehicles Dash 271
Hazardous Materials 279
Don Level C Chemical Protective Clothing Ensemble 287
Use AbsorptionAdsorption 296
Dilution 302

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National Fire Protection Association, Quincy, Massachusetts

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