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Chief Officer Training Curriculum. Operations Module 16: Dormitory Simulation Exercise. Objectives. Identify construction features of dormitories Identify firefighting problems inherent in dormitory construction Establish incident objectives Determine strategies. Objectives (continued).

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chief officer training curriculum

Chief Officer Training Curriculum

Operations

Module 16:

Dormitory Simulation Exercise

objectives
Objectives
  • Identify construction features of dormitories
  • Identify firefighting problems inherent in dormitory construction
  • Establish incident objectives
  • Determine strategies
objectives continued
Objectives (continued)
  • Select tactics
  • Identify and request resources
  • Select alternate solutions
  • Establish an appropriate ICS organization to manage the incident
overview
Overview
  • Construction features and firefighting in dormitories
    • Ordinary construction
    • Noncombustible construction
    • Mixed construction
  • Life safety, fire training, and fire prevention
ordinary construction features
Ordinary Construction Features
  • Describes a variety of buildings
  • Limit to height of masonry buildings
  • Wood-joist flooring
  • Roof construction
firefighting ordinary construction
Firefighting—Ordinary Construction
  • Structural stability
  • Efficiency of masonry walls
  • Void spaces
  • Stability of the interior
noncombustible construction features
Noncombustible Construction Features
  • Common in high-rise/mid-rise structures
    • Concrete frame
    • Steel frame
  • Fire-resistive requirements
    • Columns: 3 hours
    • Girders and beams: 2 hours
    • Roofs: 2 hours
    • Floors: 2 hours
    • Exterior walls: 4 hours
firefighting noncombustible construction
Firefighting—Noncombustible Construction
  • Compartmentation
  • Open-space areas
  • Access
  • Ventilation
firefighting noncombustible construction continued
Firefighting—Noncombustible Construction (continued)
  • Water supply
  • Resources
  • Strategy/tactics
  • Life safety
mixed construction features
Mixed Construction Features
  • Often composites of older sections
  • Newer sections often fire resistive
  • Mixed construction often creates voids
firefighting mixed construction
Firefighting—Mixed Construction
  • Similar to firefighting in ordinary construction
    • Concealed void spaces
    • Lack of proper compartmentalization
    • Common lofts or attics
life safety fire training fire prevention
Life Safety/Fire Training/Fire Prevention
  • Understanding 911
  • Frequent evacuation drills
  • Accessibility to room keys
  • Installation of self-closing doors
life safety fire training fire prevention continued
Life Safety/Fire Training/Fire Prevention (continued)
  • Installation of sprinklers/smoke detectors
  • Limiting highly combustible interior decorations
  • Frequent inspection programs
  • Changing fire safety attitudes
activity 16 1
Activity 16.1

Dormitory Simulation Exercise

module summary
Module Summary
  • Construction features and firefighting in dormitories
  • Life safety
  • Fire training
  • Fire prevention
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