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Introduction. The Recruit will also practice and masters certain skills and will be tested on these skills. At the end of each subject there will be a quiz over the material that was taught. The firefighter is responsible for studying the material and practicing the skills. Forcible Entry.

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introduction
Introduction

The Recruit will also practice and masters certain skills and will be tested on these skills. At the end of each subject there will be a quiz over the material that was taught. The firefighter is responsible for studying the material and practicing the skills.

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Cutting Tools

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Metal Cutting Tools

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Manual Prying Tools

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Hydraulic Prying Tools

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Manual Pushing/Pulling Tools

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Striking Tools

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Tools for Forcing Locks

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Tools for Breaking Padlocks

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Maintenance and Care of

Tools

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  • Never use a cheater bar when using a prying tool.
  • Do not use a prying tool as a striking tool unless it is designed for that purpose.
  • Keep saw blades clean, sharp, and lightly oiled.
  • Do not interchange different manufactures blades on power saws.

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  • Store saw blades in a clean and dry place.
  • Do not store where gasoline fumes accumulate for composite blades.
  • Inspect wood handles for cracks, blisters, or splinters.
  • Sand Handles to minimize hand injuries.
  • Check the tightness of the tool head.

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  • For Fiberglass handles wash with mild detergent, rinse, and wipe dry.
  • Inspect the cutting edge for nicks, tears, or metal spurs.
  • Replace cutting edge when required.
  • DO NOT PAINT AXE HEADS! Painting hides faults in the metal. Paint also may cause the cutting surface to stick and bind.

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Power Equipment

  • Read Instructions
  • Inspect and ensure power tool will start manually.
  • Ensure that the fuel is fresh. A mixture may deteriorate over time.

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Carrying Tools

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Axes- Carry the ax with the blade away from the body. With pick-head axes, grasp the pick with a hand to cover it. Axes should never be carried on the shoulder. Refer to Essentials Pg..241

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Prying tools- Carry these tools with any pointed or sharp edges away from the body. With multiple surfaces, this will be somewhat difficult.

Combination of Tools- Strap tool combo together. Halligan type bars and flat-head axes can be married together and strapped.

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Pike poles and hooks- Carry these tools with head down, close to the ground, and ahead of the body when outside a structure. When entering a building, carefully invert the tool and carry it with the head upright close to the body.

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Striking Tools- Keep the heads of these tools close to the ground.

Power Tools- Never carry a power tool that is running. Transport the tool to the area where the work will be performed and start it there.

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That completes the self study portion of the class. Now you, the student, will watch the video Essentials of Firefighting Forcible Entry located in the 2nd top draw on the right side of the T.V. in the Dayroom. After the video come back to the computer and take the quiz.

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Quiz

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1. A flat head ax is what kind of tool?

A. Cutting Tool

B. Metal Cutting Tool

C. Prying Tool

D. None of the above

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2. Which of the following is not a metal cutting tool?

A. Bolt Cutters

B. Paper Scissors

C. Wire Cutters

D. Cutting Torch

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3. Which of the following is a manual prying tool?

A. Spreaders

B. Extension Rams

C. Pry Bar

D. None of the above

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4. What is a K Tool used for?

A. Forcing open locks

B. The tool that comes after J Tool

C. Cutting Metal

D. None of the above

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5. Why don’t you paint ax heads?

A. Get the ax mixed up with the pike pole.

B. Hides the faults in the metal

C. Might get the wrong color paint

D. None of the above

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6. How do you carry a pike pole?

A. Pointed end Up and in front

B. Pointed end Up and in back

C. Pointed end down and in back

D. Pointed end down and in front

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7. Never carry a power tool that is ________.

A. The wrong color

B. Too Light

C. Running

D. None of the above

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8. What are locking pliers and chain used for?

A. Prying pad locks

B. Prying open computers

C. Changing oil filters

D. None of the above

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9. Describe how to carry a pick head ax.

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10. Which of the follow is not a manual prying tool?

A. Kelly Tool

B. Pry Bar

C. Hux Bar

D. None of the above

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