1.) What is your initial C A N report?
2.) What are your assignments for the first due ladder?
3.) What are your assignments for 4th & 5th engine companies?
4.) How many occupants might you anticipate?
5.) How long will you be on scene for this one?
1.) Give your C A N report.
2.) What room of the house is this fire most likely in?
3.) What is the configuration after you open the front door?
4.) Where should the primary search start? Then where?
5.) Identify any ventilation options you have here.
Fire on the wheels and truck system of a rail car.
What considerations must be taken and how will you extinguish?
Any water supply near your rail lines?
Companies are returning from a response and they encounter this.
1.) What are the immediate priorities?
2.) What other agencies might be required?
3.) Offensive or defensive? If so how?
4.) What about the EMS side of this incident?
5.) How long will apparatus be on scene?
Fire appears to be in an upstairs bedroom possibly, window has not failed and roof showing signs of heating.
1.) What are your orders for first due engine and truck?
2..) What are your first tactical considerations?
3.) What type of ventilation options will you use here?
4.) What do you do with the garage area below?
5.) Woulkd your decisions change if this was a nighttime fire?
1.) Give your brief C A N report.
2.) List other fire load besides multiple vehicles.
3.) What effect will flame impingement have on the lift?
4.) What do you suppose the roof construction is?
5.) What size attack line and where?
Describe your initial report and discuss your challenges with this scenario.
How much air will it take for a crew to stretch from the sidewalk to the fire area?
What resources of apparatus and manpower will be required?
1.) What will be the expected rate of fire spread?
2.) What size line will be needed?
3.) Could there be any entanglement hazards?
4.) How will the fire load affect overhaul?
5.) Could this establishment be found in a residential basement or garage workshop?
Know your occupancies!
What is this flammable liquid on the floor and is that a gas fed burner?
How do you shut off the gas to a room or an area?
Where are the SDS’s kept and can you get access to them?
Are there are flammables, or worse yet toxic materials?
This is a large commercial boiler emanating lots of black smoke.
What is your plan?
Water or no water?
What is your black smoke removal plan for a building of this size?