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Commercial Fire. 1820 S. Grand Ave. 8/15/09 1901 hrs. “Four Sides”. Construction. Size-Up. Heavy Smoke from these windows. What is your Size-up as the first-in Fire Company? Listen to Size-up from this fire. FIRE ATTACK “Heads Up” Action by E-10. “Read” smoke conditions (LISTEN)

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Commercial Fire

1820 S. Grand Ave.

8/15/09

1901 hrs




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Size-Up

Heavy Smoke from these windows

What is your Size-up as the first-in Fire Company?

Listen to Size-up from this fire


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FIRE ATTACK“Heads Up” Action by E-10

  • “Read” smoke conditions (LISTEN)

  • Good communication

  • Good Situational Awareness

  • Frequent updates to roof and IC



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Laddering

TALKING POINTS

  • Apparatus placement

    • Pre ’33

    • Large commercial

    • Are you throwing your aerial?

    • Anticipating heavy streams?

  • When is adjacent building an option?

  • How high do you want YOUR ladder?

  • Ladder for a ‘way off’ not just ‘way up’



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Ventilation

TALKING POINTS

  • Your Truck Co. SOG’s on bowstring arch roof (arch truss)

  • Construction characteristics?

    • Lumber sizes for trusses

    • Truss spacing?

    • Rafter size and spacing?

  • Safe areas of roof?

  • Potential hazards?

  • What communication needs to take place between 2nd Truck and 1st Truck?




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Other Hazards

“Vent” along 13” Parapet

(used to release heat from URM buildings)

“Vent” along 13” Parapet


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Forcible Entry

Locks or tabs cut and door raised with chain


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Forcible Entry

Tab cut and door opened


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Forcible Entry

TALKING POINTS

  • What is Forcible Entry?

  • What do you open?

  • Know where co’s are assigned to priortize your F.E. operation. (Listen)

  • What is YOUR operation for this building?






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