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FFHB - Chapter 28

True/False
Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

The 9 Step Process is a management system used to organize the response to a chemical incident.
 

 2. 

The acronym used for ammonium nitrate fuel oil mixture is AFO.
 

 3. 

A Level 1 hazmat incident is a large incident that requires substantial local resources and assistance from other agencies.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 4. 

In the HAZMAT branch of the Incident Command System, these personnel use binoculars or may even enter the hazard area to determine incident severity, identification, and gather any additional information.
a.
backup
d.
information/research
b.
decontamination
e.
reconnaissance
c.
entry
 

 5. 

The most important zone that needs to be established during a hazardous materials emergency is the ____, which needs to be established by the first arriving responders.
a.
hot zone
c.
first responder area
b.
cold zone
d.
warm zone
 

 6. 

The ____ zone is set up after the arrival of the hazardous materials team and is usually where the decontamination area is established.
a.
hot
d.
warm
b.
isolation
e.
cold
c.
specialty
 

 7. 

____ decontamination is the rapid removal of a material from victims or responders who have become contaminated and need immediate cleaning.
a.
Gross
d.
Formal
b.
Fine
e.
Special
c.
Emergency
 

 8. 

What type of decontamination is not performed by emergency responders?
a.
gross decontamination
d.
emergency decontamination
b.
formal decontamination
e.
fine decontamination
c.
special decontamination
 

 9. 

The minimum zone that should be established in a hazmat incident is the ____.
a.
hazmat area
c.
first responder area
b.
isolation area
d.
command area
 

 10. 

Of the following, which one is not a type of decontamination?
a.
formal decon
c.
fine decon
b.
extra decon
d.
gross decon
 



 
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