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What type of construction method is this type of building?
Using the INSARAG methodology, what letter (A-D) identifies “Quadrant D” of this structure?
Using the INSARAG methodology, what letter (A-D) identifies the 1st floor?
Using the INSARAG methodology, what letter (A-D) identifies “Side 3” of this structure?
What group of actions are good examples of disaster reconnaissance and impact assessment information sharing during a USAR response?
The INSARAG team typing is categorized into three levels: Light, Medium and Heavy. Each of these team types have capabilities to deal with the structural collapse rescue from light, medium and heavy structures respectively. What team capability level is NOT appropriately matched to the type of building construction method, should that building collapse.
What would be considered examples of confined space hazards?
Though there are many varying legal definitions of what constitutes a “confined space”, in general terms what best describes a confined space?
What organization provides coordination of global emergency and relief efforts?
When victims (human or animal) are trapped in mud, the most effective way to help extricate them is to:
Which of the following statement is FALSE, relating to the advantages of integrating animal rescue into USAR operations?
INSARAG stands for?
What factors are mostly likely to contribute to secondary collapse at a USAR incident?
Using the DHS/FEMA Search Assessment Marking, what is true of the following example?
Using the DHS/FEMA structural marking system for urban search and rescue, what is the correct interpretation of this illustration?
Which team completed a rapid search and rescue at this site?
Common hazardous material identification or placarding systems include:
In an austere environment of collapse structure response, the management of patients that are suspected of suffering Crush Syndrome, the INSARAG medical guidance note (2019) recommends:
When applying search markings to structures that have minor to no noticeable damage, rescuers should consider:
What is true of spontaneous volunteers at large scale USAR incident that has overwhelmed local capacity?
What group of equipment would be considered appropriate PPE for responding to a USAR incident?
INSARAG encourage all emergency responders involved in USAR to have what minimum level of training?
When working around damaged structures, the safe working distance is generally:
What statement is correct when interpreting the following ITRA animal search marking?
What does the following INSARAG marking mean?
What does OSOCC stand for?
What group of hazards can be minimized by respective initial actions at a urban search and rescue incident?
What type of collapse is illustrated?
What does the acronym REPEAT stand for with regards to USAR Operations?
What are the correct INSARAG Assessment, Search and Rescue Levels?
According to INSARAG, what are the correct whistle signals used for USAR Operations?
Why are victim marking used?
Technical rescue operations conducted at night generally…
Incident Command Systems (ICS) typically include the following functional areas: