1.) Give a C A N report for arrival.
2.) What impact does the tile roof have on construction and/or tactics.
3.) Where does the first line go?
4.) What are you doing about the garage area?
5.) Vertical ventilation or not? What ventilation will you use if any?
Develop a haz mat plan for this incident.
With all cylinders tied together what are the failsafes and shut offs?
How long will it take for an entry team to get inside?
Because you are in a building, what other considerations must be thought of?
Train on the DOT guidebook and WISER.
1.) What are the first incident priorities?
2.) How would you begin to secure the scene and isolate? What resources would be needed?
3.) Do all of your engines carry foam? When was the last drill?
4.) How much foam will be needed?
5.) Where will you find large trailer dumps of sand for damming and diving?
1.) What hazards can be found in an auto repair gas station facility?
2.) What is the roof construction in this masonry wall building?
3.) What size attack line is needed and where?
4.) What will heat due to a lift for the repairs?
5.) What are the hazards for an enclosed car fire?
Does it matter if a vacant has had previous fires. This one is heavily involved.
List what additional firefighter hazards might be present in a previous burn.
1.) What are some expected building construction features?
2.) What size line (s) and where?
3.) What do you know about the vacant in your first due response area?
Look at this one as a mutual aid officer arriving to a working strip mall fire in progress.
1.) How do you get your intel about the building?
2.) What questions do you need to ask command?
3.) What challenges could be faced from a unified command perspective?
I used the term vacant deliberately. You obviously already have 1 civilian behind the fences.
1.) What are your initial actions of the first in assignment?
2.) What do the exterior conditions incdicate about possible construction?
3.) Low fire coming out of the door. Your thoughts?
4.) Heavy smoke banking from awning overhand area. What does that indicate?
1.) What are some general characteristics of this building type?
2.) What are three things that the volume of fire might indicate?
3.) What is your best initial actions for streams?
4.) What is the best assignment for third due engine company?
5.) What is typical access like in the rear?
Small simple house fire. Give a report (C A N ) and talk about IAP Initial Action Plan