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Principles of Law Final Exam Review. You must know and be able to explain the following concepts to pass your final Exam Open notes – no open book!. Unit 1 Disaster Preparedness. How do you prepare for a disaster? Identify roles and responsibilities for community preparedness

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principles of law final exam review

Principles of Law Final Exam Review

You must know and be able to explain the following concepts to pass your final Exam

Open notes – no open book!

unit 1 disaster preparedness
Unit 1 Disaster Preparedness
  • How do you prepare for a disaster?
  • Identify roles and responsibilities for community preparedness
  • Describe at least 3 types of hazards that affect community, people, health, and infrastructure and describe the before, during and after process for each.
  • Describe functions of CERTs
  • What law protects disaster workers?
  • Name at least 2 non disaster roles.
unit 2 fire safety utility control
Unit 2 Fire Safety & Utility Control
  • Explain the role of CERTs in fire safety
  • Identify and reduce potential fire and utility risks
  • Explain basic safety precautions
  • Keys to effective fire suppression
  • What does the acronym P.A.S.S. mean.
  • Explain how to identify hazardous materials
  • Describe what are the CERT size up and fire size up considerations (Describe CERT size up process, conduct basic size up for a fire emergency)
  • Identify and list classes of fire with the appropriate types of fire extinguishers to use
  • What are the 4 fire suppression don’ts?
  • What are the 5 ways hazardous materials impact its surroundings
unit 3 disaster m edical o perations part 1
Unit 3 Disaster Medical Operations Part 1
  • Identify “killers”
  • How do you approach a victim?
  • Describe the steps in detail for the head tilt chin method to open an airway?
  • What are the 3 types of bleeding and describe each?
  • Define shock what are the 4 steps to treat for it?
  • What are the 6 steps in a Triage process?
  • Describe 3 step process in the Triage evaluation.
  • What is Rescuer Safety during Triage?
  • What are Triage pitfalls?
  • What are the 3 steps on how to respond to mass casualty
  • List 9 steps in a CERT size up.
  • List and describe the 3 phases of importance of quick action.
  • What are the 2 assumptions that disaster medical operations are based on?
  • What does the acronym START stand for?
  • What are the 3 main methods to control bleeding?
  • What are the signs & symptoms of shock?
  • Explain what remaining in shock can lead to?
  • What is the 3 step process to manage a mass casualty event?
  • What are the 3 pressure points & where are they located?
  • What is the first priority of medical operations?
unit 4 disaster medical operations part 2
Unit 4 Disaster Medical Operations Part 2
  • What are the 3 public health considerations, explain how you would set up for each.
  • What are the functions of disaster medical operations?
  • Describe the selection, establishment, layout and organization of treatment area.
  • List the areas to cover in a head-to-toe patient assessments and describe its purpose
  • Establish a treatment area
  • Describe a suspected fracture or sprain and explain how to apply a splint.
  • What are the basic treatments for nasal injuries and Hypothermia
  • What are the signs of closed head injuries?
  • Describe in line stabilization
  • What are the rules of dressing?
  • Describe the layers of skin, burn classifications and the do’s & don'ts of burn treatment
  • What are the factors that affect burn severity
  • Describe signs of infection
  • What are the symptoms of frostbite & hypothermia?
  • Identify 3 heat related injuries
  • What are the symptoms of heat exhaustion
  • Symptoms of heat stroke
  • What are the inhalation of burns signs & Symptoms?
  • What are the 5 steps for treating open fractures?
  • What are the treatment for bite/stings?
  • What is Anaphylaxis and how do you treat?
unit 5 light search rescue operations
Unit 5 Light Search & Rescue Operations
  • What are the 3 search & rescue Operations?
  • What 3 factors do you base your decision to attempt to rescue?
  • What are the goals of search & rescue?
  • Effective search & rescue depends of what 3 factors?
  • What is the difference between a structural & individual void?
  • What information do you place on search markings?
  • What are the proper procedures for lifting?
  • What is the difference between leveraging & cribbing?
  • List and describe the 8 extrication methods.
  • What are two types of removal?
  • What precautions do you take to minimize risks?
  • What are the safety considerations?
  • How do you create a safe environment?
  • Describe an exterior search.
  • What does a triangulation allow a rescuer to do?
  • What is the purpose of search methodology?
  • What are the 3 things you listen for while searching?
  • Describe the 9 step size up process.
  • List several rescue resources
  • Describe the differences between light moderate and heavy damages