This week we have a forklift fire inside of a warehouse.
1.) Is this fire large enough to trip the sprinklers based upon the ceiling height?
2.) What are the types of fuel used in powering forklifts?
3.) What size line (s) are needed and how long could the stretch be?
4.) What is your extinguishment plan?
5.) What are you going to do to protect the contents of the rack storage?
This week The Tactical Fire Problem is an industrial terminal facility.
1.) How often do you preplan these types of facilities if they are in your area? If you do not have one is there one in your mutual aid response area?
2.) What will be your suppression plan?
3.) What additional resources will you need?
4.) What other agencies will you need to notify?
5.) Is this a working fire or a hazardous materials incident and which takes priority?
This week the Tactical fire problem is a middle unit in a townhouse.
1.) What is your initial C A N report?
2.) What additional resources do you need over your standard 1st alarm assignment?
3.) Where does the first line go?
4.) What are your thoughts on the attic space, is it connected?
5.) Based upon number of units how many people could you expect here?
This week The Tactical Fire problem is a heavy smoke condition from a convenience store.
1.) Give the initial report.
2.) Is the fire inside or out?
3.) What is the possible source of the fire?
4.) What is your plan to account for customers?
5.) What effect will the loss of utilities have on evacuation of customers and your ability to search a crowded occupancy?
This week The Tactical Fire Problem is a Hazmat Spill in Front of an occupied school.
15 gallon metal can, unmarked, small growing pool of liquid and obvious off gassing and vaporization.
1.) Give your report.
2.) What resources will you need?
3.) Give 3 ways you will attempt to identify.
4.) What are you doing with the students and faculty?
5.) What agencies need to be contacted and notified?
This week The Tactical Fire Problem is a split level house.
1.) What is the CAN report?
2.) What room is the fire in?
3.) What is the most likely route of fire travel in a dwelling like this?
4.) Appears to be relatively modern construction. What are your concerns?
5.) How long should it take to control this fire?
This week the Tactical Fire Problem is a self storage building fire.
1.) What is your initial report and size up?
2.) What construction features can be used to your benefit?
3.) What can be in the storage unit? (contents)
4.) In your community do you know what the prohibited contents are?
5.) What size line(s) and where?
This week The Tactical Fire Problem is a motel fire in daytime hours.
This is a non sprinklered facility.
1.) Give the initial CAN report.
2.) What additional resources will be requested because of the nature of the occupancy?
3.) What are you going to do about the auto exposure to the floor 2 balcony?
4.) As the IC, how much time will it take you to get a primary on a 32 unit motel?
5.) What is your plan for displaced transient fire victims?
This week the Tactical Fire Problem is an attached Garage fire.
1.) Where does the first line go? What size?
2.) Because this is fairly modern construction what considerations should the IC have?
3.) What are the contents of a garage in a high end suburban neighborhood?
4.) Looking at the setback and grass area, how much line could be need for the stretch? Is it a pre-connect or more?
5.) What tactic does your department use for managing residential garage doors?
This week The Tactical Fire problem is a 3 story wood frame dwelling. (The 3 Decker)
1.) What is your first report on this day time fire?
2.) What is a proven tactic for quick control and knockdown?
3.) What size line is appropriate?
4.) Has the fire already spread/ What is the likely path for spread?
5.) What kind of resources will you need?