4 edition of Forcible entry, rope, and portable extinguisher practices found in the catalog.
Forcible entry, rope, and portable extinguisher practices
International Fire Service Training Association.
by Fire Protection Publications, Oklahoma State University in Stillwater
Written in English
|Statement||edited by John D. Peige, Jerry W. Laughlin, Connie E. Williams ; validated by the International Fire Service Training Association, in cooperation with the Insurance Services Office, the International Association of Fire Fighters, numerous state boards for vocational education.|
|Contributions||Peige, John D., Laughlin, Jerry W., Osterhout, Connie E.|
|LC Classifications||TH9151 .I55 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 196 p. :|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||77094425|
Level 1. Includes using forcible entry tools, using self-contained breathing apparatus, tying knots and using ropes, handling salvage covers, utilizing hose nozzles and appliances, manipulating ladders, ventilation practices, search for and removal of victims, sprinkler operations, initiating emergency response, and safety procedures. About this Book Overview About Research & Education Association Acknowledgments. Firefighter Exam I Orientation Safety and Health Fire Behavior Building Construction Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Portable Fire Extinguisher Ropes and Knots Rescue and Extrication Forcible Entry Ground Ladders Ventilation Water Supply Fire Hose Fire Streams.
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Developed from and designed to be used with the Brady Firefighting Service Transparencies on rope and the International Fire Service Training Association Manual No. rope"Forcible Entry, Rope and Portable Extinguisher Practices" (see note), it refers to the appropriate page and figure numbers of the Manual and transparency numbers as guides.
This outline is to be used in conjunction with the Robert J. Brady Transparencies and the International Fire Service Training Association's Manual No. "Forcible Entry, Rope and Portable Fire Extinguisher Practices" (see note).
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Heisler took this raw. E Portable Extinguishers 3 1 8 7 F Personal Protective Equipment 6 1 16 11 G Forcible Entry 3 1 16 15 H Ventilation 3 1 16 14 I Ropes 3 1 16 14 J Ladders 6 1 16 11 K Fire Hose, Nozzles, and Appliances 9 2 16 10 L Foam Fire Streams 3 1 8 6 M Fire Control 9 2 24 6 Portable Fire Extinguishers 7 Ropes and Knots 8 Ground Ladders 9 Forcible Entry 10 Structural Search and Rescue 11 Tactical Ventilation 12 Fire Hose 13 Hose Operations and Hose Streams 14 Fire Suppression 15 Overhaul, Property Conservation, and.
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What classification of portable fire extinguisher is used for fires that involve combustible liquids and gases? What type of company is responsible for forcible entry.Portable Fire Extinguishers: 8 Fire Fighter Tools and Equipment: 9 Ropes and Knots: 10 Response and Size-Up: 11 Forcible Entry: 12 Ladders: 13 Search and Rescue: 14 Ventilation: 15 Water Supply: 16 Fire Hose, Nozzles, Streams, and Foam: 17 Fire Fighter Survival: 18 Salvage and Overhaul: 19 Fire Fighter Rehabilitation: