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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Contents

Donning Personal Protective Equipment 2
Donning SCBA from a SeatMounted Bracket 4
Skill Drill Title Skill Drill Number Page Numbers
Cleaning and Sanitizing SCBA 13
Using a Radio 31 86
Operating and Answering Fire Station Telephone and Intercom Systems
Operating a Carbon Dioxide Extinguisher 72 200
Operating a Carbon Dioxide Extinguisher 25
Performing the OneFire Fighter KneePress Method
Performing the OneFire Fighter FootTilt Method of Coupling a Fire Hose 131
Attaching a Soft Suction Hose to a Fire Hydrant 151
Connecting a Hose Line to Supply a Fire Department Connection 167
Replacing a Hose Section 169
OneFire Fighter Salvage Cover Fold 182
Skill Drill Title Skill Drill NIIIlhBI Page Numbers
Performing a Direct Attack 199

Attacking a Class B Flammable Liquid Fire with
Half Hitch 35
Clove Hitch Tied in the Open 36
Figure Eight on a Bight 97 261
Dismounting Apparatus 51
Forcing Entry Through a Protected or Factory Window 116 316
Breaching a Floor 64
TwoFire Fighter Rung Raise 78
Skill Drill Title Skill Drill Number Page Numbers
CradleinArms Carry 95
Rescuing an Unconscious Child or Small Adult from a Window 1316 402
Conduct a Primary Search of a Structure and Rescue Victims A 107
Rectangular Cut 148 433
Maintain a Power Saw 126
Locating Fires Behind Walls and Under Subfloors 218 634
Control Gas Utilities 212
Head TiltChin Lift Technique 214
Clearing the Airway Using Finger Sweeps 243
Perform a Public Fire Safety Education Presentation 234
Test Operability and Flow of a Fire Hydrant 247
Breaking Tempered Glass 251 741
Mitigate Hazards at a Motor Vehicle Crash 262
Stabilize a Vehicle 264
Donning Level B Encapsulated Chemical Protective Clothing Ensemble 280
Decontamination 331 878879
Set Up and Use Mass Decontamination 293
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National Fire Protection Association, Quincy, Massachusetts

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