3 edition of Fire department terminology found in the catalog.
Fire department terminology
National Fire Protection Association.
1970 in Boston .
Written in English
|Statement||by Warren Y. Kimball.|
|Contributions||Kimball, Warren Young.|
|LC Classifications||TH9116 .N38 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||77026040|
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Fire Department Terminology. A • Accelerant: flammable fuel (often liquid) used by some arsonists to increase size or intensity of fire. May also be accidentally introduced when HAZMAT becomes involved in fire.
• Accountability: The process of emergency responders (fire, police, SAR. Terminology and Abbreviations. I have combined the general fire department expressions, medical terminology, and abbreviations that I use throughout the book into this one chapter.
This list contains definitions, explanations, and examples of usage of the terms. Note: This list does not include firefighting equipment, i.e., tools and apparatus used by tropheesrotary-d1760.com refer to Glossary of firefighting equipment for such terms.
Similarly, although there is much overlap, you may also want to refer to the Glossary of wildfire terms for terminology particular to that type of firefighting. Note: Many of the terms defined here, particularly relating to.
Jun 28, · Young or new firefighters also tend to believe that their department's way or terminology is the only way, or that their department invented the term. (Of course sometimes they do.) Resident's of community's will also believe that their fire department represents all fire departments and has the same terminology, practices or traditions as.
Condition or situation requiring the assistance of the fire department. This assistance can be either emergency or non-emergency in nature. An alarm begins when the call is received by communications and ends when the last unit dispatched arrives in quarters or.
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Glossary of Fire Terms By Larry Brown – Certified Fire Investigator ACCELERANT In chemistry, a catalyst (a compound that may speed up a chemical process). In fire investigation, the term is used to describe liquids and compounds utilized by arsonists in the setting of fires, such as alcohol, gasoline, charcoal lighter fluid, and paint thinner.
-Commonly Used Fire Department Terminology - Air Attack: Fixed-wing aircraft that directs air tanker drops on a wildland fire. The air attack orbits above all air. Contribution from Summer Rookie Book & Spring Live-ins. Introduction Welcome to the Hyattsville Volunteer Fire Department.
Whether you are new to the fire service or have been with other companies in the past the HVFD is a unique fire company in a unique. Home: Fire Terminology Fire Terminology. The following glossary contains fire terms. The entire glossary is in ABC order and is readable by scrolling down, or by Fire department terminology book to a particular section by selecting a letter.
Volunteer Fire Department (VFD): A fire department of which some or all members are unpaid. Water Tender: A ground. Fire Break: An existing barrier, man-made or natural, that will stop or slow an oncoming wildland fire. Fire Flank: The sides of a wildland fire between the tail and the head.
Can be identified with compass directions, left and right, hot or cold. Fire Line: The part of a control line that is scraped or dug down to mineral soil.
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Abandonment: Abandonment occurs when an emergency responder begins treatment of a patient and the leaves the patient or discontinues treatment prior to arrival of an equally or higher trained responder. Abrasion: A scrape or brush of the skin usually making it reddish in. 12 slang terms only a firefighter would know.
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Fire Fighting Jargon (Tim Fornash was the major contributer of these terms.) These are some slang terms and terminology for terms spoken by EMS, fire, and police agencies in no specific order.
Back draft: In the smoldering stage of the fire when oxygen is low, and a fresh supply of oxygen is suddenly introduced into environment, and it explodes. Jan 27, · Worker: a fire that has all of the first alarm companies involved in fighting the fire also known an "all hands" fire Bagger: a term to describe a fire, but only if it goes beyond a working fire and you have to strike additional alarms.
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ROOF LADDER - A straight ladder with folding hooks at the tip end used for maintaining secure footing when operating on a pitched roof.