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FIR 111 - Principles Emergency Services

Credits: 4
Lecture Hours: 2
Lab Hours: 4
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Voc/Tech
This course is a survey of the basic principles of firefighting as they relate to Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications. Especially emphasized are the basic skills needed to become accredited as a Fire Fighter I based on the National Fire Protection Association Standard NFPA 1001.
Corequisite: EMS 214  and FIR 127  
Competencies
  1. Examine the history, mission, and functions of the fire service.
    1. Describe the history and culture of the fire service
    2. Explain the mission of the fire service. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    3. Define fire department organizational principles. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    4. State the functions of fire companies. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    5. Summarize primary knowledge and skills the firefighter must have to function effectively. (NFPA® 1001,5.1.1)
    6. Cite the primary roles of fire service personnel. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    7. Explain the policies, procedures, and standard operating procedures (SOPs). (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    8. Summarize components of the Incident Command System (ICS). (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    9. Restate the functions of the major subdivisions within the ICS structure. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    10. Define ICS terms. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    11. Discuss fire service interaction with other organizations. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
  2. Analyze firefighter safety and health
    1. List ways to prevent firefighter injuries and the main goals of a safety program. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    2. Discuss National Fire Protection Association standards related to firefighter health and safety and the importance of personnel accountability. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    3. Outline Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    4. Discuss firefighter health considerations and employee assistance and wellness programs. (NFPA® 1001,5.1.1)
    5. Recall the guidelines for riding safely on the apparatus and demonstrate the correct mounting and dismounting of an apparatus. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.2)
    6. Discuss safety in the fire station. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    7. Explain how to maintain and service equipment used in training. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    8. Discuss emergency scene preparedness and scene safety. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    9. Summarize general guidelines for scene management including highway incidents, crowd control, and cordoning off emergency scenes. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.3)
    10. Summarize basic interior operations techniques. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    11. Describe emergency escape and rapid intervention. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    12. Set up and operate in work areas at an incident using traffic and scene control devices. (NFPA® 1001,5.3.3, Skill Sheet 2-I-2)
  3. Assess fire behavior.
    1. Describe physical and chemical changes of matter related to fire. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
    2. Discuss modes of combustion, the fire triangle, and the fire tetrahedron. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
    3. Explain the difference between heat and temperature. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
    4. Give examples of sources of heat energy. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
    5. Paraphrase the transmission of heat. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
    6. Explain how the physical states of fuel affect the combustion process. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
    7. Asses how oxygen concentration affects the combustion process. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
    8. Discuss the self-sustained chemical reaction involved in the combustion process. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
    9. Describe common products of combustion. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
    10. Distinguish among classifications of fires. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.16)
    11. Describe the stages of fire development within a compartment and the factors that affect fire development. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
    12. Chart methods used to control and extinguish fire. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.8)
  4. Evaluate building construction related to fire service.
    1. Describe common building materials. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    2. Describe construction types and the effect fire has on the structural integrity of the construction type. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
    3. Compare and contrast the primary strengths and weaknesses of construction types. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
    4. Point out dangerous building conditions created by a fire or by actions taken while trying to extinguish a fire. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    5. Identify indicators of building collapse. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
    6. List actions to take when imminent building collapse is suspected. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
    7. Describe hazards associated with lightweight and truss construction. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
  5. Evaluate the use of firefighter personal protective gear and skills.
    1. Describe the purpose, characteristics, and guidelines of care for protective equipment. (NFPA® 1001,5.1.1)
    2. Distinguish among characteristics of respiratory hazards. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.1)
    3. Describe physical, medical, and mental factors that affect the fire fighter’s ability to use respiratory protection effectively. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.1)
    4. Discuss equipment, air-supply limitations, and effective air management of SCBA. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.1)
    5. Describe basic SCBA component assemblies, storage, and safety checks for SCBA. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.1)
    6. Summarize recommendations for the use of PASS devices. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.5)
    7. Describe precautionary safety checks for SCBA. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.1)
    8. Demonstrate donning and doffing PPE and SCBA at an emergency and prepare for reuse. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.1)
    9. Summarize general items to check in daily, weekly, monthly, and annual SCBA inspections. (NFPA® 1001, 5.5.1)
    10. Demonstrate filling an SCBA cylinder from a cascade and compressor/purifier and look at safety precautions. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.1)
    11. Discuss operating in areas of limited visibility, exiting areas with restricted openings, and actions to take in emergency situations. (NFPA® 1001,5.3.1 5.3.5)
    12. Inspect, clean, and sanitize PPE and SCBA for use at an emergency incident. (NFPA® 1001, 5.5.1, Skill Sheet 5-I-3)
  6. Assess the use of portable fire extinguishers
    1. Describe methods by which agents extinguish fire. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.16)
    2. List mechanisms by which portable extinguishers expel their contents. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.16)
    3. Distinguish among classifications of fires and the most common agents used to extinguish them. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.16)
    4. Name the types of extinguishers and their common uses. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.16)
    5. Discuss extinguishers and agents for metal fires. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.16)
    6. Explain the portable extinguisher rating system. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.16)
    7. Describe factors to consider in selecting the proper fire extinguisher. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.16)
    8. Cite items to check for immediately before using a portable fire extinguisher. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.16)
    9. Paraphrase the PASS method of application. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.16)
    10. Summarize procedures that should be part of every fire extinguisher inspection. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.16)
    11. Discuss damaged portable fire extinguishers and obsolete portable fire extinguishers. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.16)
    12. Operate a stored pressure water, dry chemical, and carbon dioxide extinguisher correctly. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.16, Skill Sheet 6-I-1)
  7. Apply basic use of ropes and knots.
    1. Compare and contrast the characteristics of life-safety rope and utility rope. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    2. Summarize criteria for reusing life-safety rope. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    3. Describe rope materials and the types of rope construction. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    4. List the basic guidelines for rope maintenance and the storage of life-safety rope. (NFPA® 1001, 5.5.1)
    5. Label webbing and webbing construction. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    6. Identify parts of a rope, characteristics, and knot elements. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    7. Select commonly used rope hardware for specific applications. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    8. Summarize hoisting safety considerations. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    9. Discuss rescue rope and harness. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.1)
    10. Coil and uncoil a rope. (NFPA® 1001, 5.5.1, Skill Sheet 7-I-2
    11. Tie the single overhand knot, bowline, clove hitch, clove hitch around an object, figure eight, figure eight on a bite, and becket bend. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.2, Skill Sheet 7-I-3)
    12. Hoist an axe, pike pole, roof ladder, dry and charged hose line, and a power saw. (NFPA® 1001, 5.1.2, Skill Sheet 7-I-11)
  8. Evaluate procedures and guidelines for rescue operations and basic victim removal.
    1. Distinguish between rescue and extrication operations. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.9)
    2. Summarize safety guidelines for search and rescue personnel operating within a burning building.(NFPA® 1001, 5.3.9)
    3. Describe primary search and secondary search and its operations. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.9)
    4. Explain what actions a firefighter should take when in distress. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.9)
    5. Describe actions that should be taken by a rapid intervention crew (RIC) when a firefighter is in distress. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.9)
    6. Discuss victim removal methods. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.9)
    7. Discuss emergency power and lighting equipment. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.17)
    8. Conduct a primary and secondary search. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.9; Skill Sheet 8-I-1)
    9. Exit a hazardous area. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.5; Skill Sheet 8-I-2)
    10. Demonstrate the incline, blanket, and webbing drag. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.9, Skill Sheet 8-I-3)
    11. Demonstrate the cradle-in-arms lift/carry, seat lift/carry, and chair lift/carry - One & two rescuer method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.9, Skill Sheet 8-I-6)
    12. Illuminate the emergency scene. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.17, Skill Sheet 8-I-11)
  9. Analyze forcible entry through various types of doors, padlocks, windows, and walls.
    1. Select appropriate cutting tools for specific applications. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4)
    2. Discuss manual and hydraulic prying, pushing/pulling, and striking tools. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4)
    3. Summarize forcible entry tool safety rules and the care and maintenance of them. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4)
    4. Explain items to look for in sizing up a door. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4)
    5. Describe the characteristics of various types of metal swinging, sliding, revolving, overhead and wooden swinging doors. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4)
    6. Explain how fire doors operate. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4)
    7. Describe the characteristics of basic types of locks. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4)
    8. Describe rapid-entry lockbox systems. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4)
    9. Describe methods of forcible entry through doors, through-the ‘lock, and padlocks. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4)
    10. Describe ways of gaining entry through gates and fences. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4)
    11. Describe types of windows and entry techniques and the hazards. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4)
    12. Describe techniques for breaching walls and floors. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4)
  10. Demonstrate various ways of forcing entry into a structure.
    1. Clean, inspect, and maintain hand tools, power tools. (NFPA® 1001, 5.5.1, Skill Sheet 9-I-1)
    2. Force entry through an inward-swinging door - Two-firefighter method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4, Skill Sheet 9-I-3)
    3. Force entry through an outward-swinging door - Wedge-end method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4, Skill Sheet 9-I-4)
    4. Force entry using the through-the-lock method assisted by a K and A tool. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4, Skill Sheet 9-I-5)
    5. Force entry through padlocks. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4, Skill Sheet 9-I-8)
    6. Force entry through a double-hung window, pane glass, and Lexan. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4, Skill Sheet 9-I-9)
    7. Force entry through a wood-framed wall (Type V Construction) with hand tools. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4, Skill Sheet 9-I-12)
    8. Force entry through a masonry and metal wall with hand and power tools. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4, Skill Sheet 9-I-13)
    9. Breach a hardwood floor. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.4, Skill Sheet 9-I-15)
  11. Analyze the selection, construction, care, and work from ladders.
    1. Describe parts, types, and materials used in fire service ladders. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)
    2. Discuss ladder maintenance, cleaning, inspection and servicing of ladders. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)
    3. Summarize factors that contribute to safe ladder operation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)
    4. Discuss selecting the proper ladder for the job. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)
    5. Summarize items to consider before removing and replacing ladders on apparatus. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)
    6. Describe various types of ladder carries. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)
    7. Explain proper procedures for positioning and raising ground ladders. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)
    8. Describe various types of ladder raises. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)
    9. Describe procedures for moving ground ladders. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)
    10. Describe heeling and tying in ground ladders. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)
    11. List guidelines for climbing ladders. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)
    12. Describe methods for lowering conscious or unconscious victims down ground ladders. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6)
  12. Demonstrate the correct way to raise, carry and work from a ladder.
    1. Clean, inspect, and maintain a ladder. (NFPA® 1001, 5.5.1; Skill Sheet 10-I-1)
    2. Carry a ladder - One and two firefighter low-shoulder method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-2)
    3. Carry a ladder - Three-firefighter flat-shoulder method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-4)
    4. Tie the halyard. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-5)
    5. Raise a ladder - One-firefighter method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-6)
    6. Raise a ladder - Two, three, and four firefighter flat raise. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-7)
    7. Raise a ladder - Two-firefighter beam raise. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-8)
    8. Deploy a roof ladder - One-firefighter method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-10)
    9. Pivot and shift a ladder one and two-firefighter method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-11)
    10. Leg lock on a ground ladder. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-14)
    11. Assist and remove a conscious and unconscious victim down a ground ladder. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.9; Skill Sheet 10-I-15)
    12. Select, carry, and raise a ladder properly for various types of activities. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.6; Skill Sheet 10-I-17)
  13. Assess the various types of ventilation and their use within a structure
    1. Describe the reason and need for fireground ventilation and its effect on the fire. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, 5.3.12)
    2. Paraphrase vertical ventilation and safety precautions when undertaking vertical ventilation. (NFPA®1001, 5.3.12)
    3. Discuss roof coverings and using existing roof openings for vertical ventilation purposes on various types of roofs. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
    4. Describe trench or strip ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
    5. Explain procedures for ventilation of a conventional basement. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
    6. List factors that can reduce the effectiveness of vertical ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12)
    7. Discuss horizontal ventilation and the considerations for use. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
    8. Distinguish between advantages and disadvantages of forced ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
    9. Compare and contrast positive-pressure and negative-pressure ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
    10. Describe hydraulic ventilation along with the disadvantages of its use. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11)
    11. Explain the effects of building systems on fires or ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, 5.3.12)
    12. Ventilate a flat and pitched roof. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12, Skill Sheet 11-I-1)
    13. Ventilate a structure using mechanical positive-pressure and horizontal hydraulic ventilation. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, Skill Sheet 11-I-3)
  14. Evaluate hydrant connections and draft from static water source.
    1. Describe dry-barrel and wet-barrel hydrants. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.15)
    2. Discuss fire hydrant marking and location. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.15)
    3. Summarize potential problems to look for when inspecting fire hydrants. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.15)
    4. Explain the process of fire hydrant testing. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.15)
    5. Assess alternative water supplies. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.15)
    6. Discuss rural water supply operations. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.15)
    7. Operate a hydrant. (NPFA® 1001, 5.3.15, Skill Sheet 12-I-1)
    8. Make soft-sleeve and hard-suction hydrant connections. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.15, Skill Sheet 12-I-2)
    9. Connect and place a hard-suction hose for drafting from a static water source. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.15, Skill Sheet 12-I-3)
    10. Deploy a portable water tank. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.15, Skill Sheet 12-I-4)
  15. Judge maintenance fire hoses, couplings, hose appliances, and tools.
    1. Discuss fire hose sizes. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    2. Describe types of fire hose damage and practices to prevent such damage. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    3. Discuss general care and maintenance of fire hose. (NFPA® 1001, 5.5.2)
    4. Distinguish between characteristics of threaded couplings and non threaded couplings and there care.(NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    5. Identify the characteristics of hose appliances and tools. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.15)
    6. Compare and contrast common hose rolls. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    7. Describe common hose loads and finishes. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    8. Discuss preconnected hose loads for attack lines. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    9. List guidelines when laying hose. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    10. Identify the basic hose lays for supply hose. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    11. Describe procedures for handling preconnected and other hose. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    12. Discuss procedures, techniques and safety guidelines for advancing and operating a hose inside a burning structure. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
  16. Perform various types of hose loads and finishes and caring for fire hose, couplings, appliances, and tools.
    1. Inspect and maintain hose. (NFPA® 1001, 5.5.2, Skill Sheet 13-I-1)
    2. Make a straight and donut hose roll. (NFPA® 1001, 5.5.2, Skill Sheet 13-I-2)
    3. Couple and uncouple a hose. (NFPA®1001, 5.3.10, Skill Sheet 13-I-4)
    4. Make the accordion, horseshoe, flat, preconnected flat, triple layer, and minuteman hose load. (NFPA®
    5. 1001, 5.5.2, Skill Sheet 13-I-6)
    6. Connect to a hydrant using a forward lay and make a reverse hose lay. (NFPA® 1001, 5.5.2, Skill Sheet 13-I-12)
    7. Advance the preconnected flat hose load. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10, Skill Sheet 13-I-14)
    8. Advance the minuteman and triple layer hose load. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10, Skill Sheet 13-I-15)
    9. Advance hose ’ Shoulder-load and working line drag method. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10, Skill Sheet 13-I-17)
    10. Advance a line into a structure and down an interior stairway. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10, Skill Sheet 13-I-19)
    11. Advance a charged and uncharged line up a ladder into a window and operate. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10, Skill Sheet 13-I-21)
    12. Simulate the procedure for controlling a loose hoseline. (NFPA®1001, 5.3.10, Skill Sheet 13-I-24)
    13. Extend a hoseline and replace a burst hoseline. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10, Skill Sheet 13-I-25)
  17. Operate a solid stream, fog, and broken steam nozzle.
    1. List methods that are used with fire streams to reduce the heat from a fire and provide protection to firefighters and exposures. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    2. Discuss the extinguishing properties of water. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    3. Describe friction loss. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    4. Define water hammer. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    5. Distinguish among characteristics of fire stream sizes. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    6. Discuss types of streams and nozzles. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    7. Discuss handling handline nozzles. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    8. Describe types of nozzle control valves. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    9. List checks that should be included in nozzle inspections. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    10. Operate a solid stream, fog stream, and broken stream nozzle. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10, Skill Sheet 14-I-1)
  18. Attack various types of fires by using effective attack tactics.
    1. Describe initial factors to consider when suppressing structure fires and considerations before entering. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    2. Explain the gas cooling technique when using direct, indirect, and combination attacks. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    3. Discuss deploying master stream devices and the use of aerial devices. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    4. Describe actions and hazards associated with suppressing Class C fires. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.16)
    5. Discuss responsibilities of companies in structural fires. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.10)
    6. Explain actions taken in attacking fires in below ground and upper levels of structures. (NFPA® 1001,
    7. 5.3.10)
    8. Explain actions taken when attacking a vehicle, trash container, and confined space fires. (NFPA® 1001,5.3.7)
    9. Summarize influences and parts of wildland fire behavior and methods of attack.
    10. Attack a structure fire ’ Interior and exterior attack. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.8, Skill Sheet 15-I-1)
    11. Deploy and operate a master stream device. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.8, Skill Sheet 15-I-2)
    12. Turn off building utilities. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.18, Skill Sheet 15-I-3)
    13. Attack a passenger vehicle, trash container, stacked/piled material and ground cover fire. (NFPA® 1001,5.3.7, Skill Sheet 15-I-5)
  19. Operate various fire detection, alarm, and suppression systems and operate at fires in protected properties.
    1. List functions of fire detection, alarm, and suppression systems. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.14)
    2. Discuss general automatic sprinkler protection and types of coverage. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.14)
    3. Identify control valves and operating valves used in sprinkler systems. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.14)
    4. Describe major applications of sprinkler systems. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.14)
    5. Discuss operations at fires in protected properties. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.14)
    6. Operate a sprinkler system control valve. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.14, Skill Sheet 16-I-1)
    7. Manually stop the flow of water from a sprinkler. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.14, Skill Sheet 16-I-2)
    8. Connect hoseline to a sprinkler system FDC. (NFPA® 1001, 5.3.14, Skill Sheet 16-I-3)



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