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1 5.2 Core Competencies Analyzing the Incident JPR - HMO # Surveying the Hazardous Materials/WMD Incidents Revised: June 30, 2011 Standard Area: Competencies Analyzing the Incident STANDARD: (1-6) NFPA 472, 2008 Edition TASK: Given a pesticide label, identify each of the following pieces of information; then match the piece of information to its significance in surveying the hazardous materials incident. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate will complete this task within 30 minutes with a minimum of 9 of the 12 items answered correctly. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Pesticide label and NAERG. Full protective clothing and self contained breathing apparatus. Candidate will don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Identify the Product Name: 2. Significance of Product Name: 3. Identify Signal Word: 4. Significance of Signal Word: 5. Identify the Pest Control Product (EPA) number: 6. Significance of EPA number: 7. Identify Precautionary Statement: 8. Significance of Precautionary Statement: 9. Identify the Hazard Statement: 10. Significance of Hazard Statement: 11. Identify Active Ingredient: 12. Significance of Active Ingredient: Evaluator/Candidate Comments: Evaluator (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Evaluator Date Re-Test Candidate Date

2 5.2 Core Competencies Analyzing the Incident JPR - HMO # Collecting Hazard and Response Information Revised: June 30, 2011 Standard Area: Competencies Analyzing the Incident STANDARD: (a-j) NFPA 472, 2008 Edition TASK: Given a material safety data sheet (MSDS) for a specified material, identify the following hazard and response information. (a) Physical and chemical characteristics (b) Physical hazards of the material (c) Health hazards of the material (d) Signs and symptoms of exposure (e) Routes of entry (f) Permissible exposure limits (g) Responsible party contact (h) Precaution for safe handling (including hygiene practices, protective measures, procedures for cleanup of spills or leaks) (i) Applicable control measures including personal protective equipment (j) Emergency and first air procedures PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate will complete this task within 30 minutes with a minimum of 10 of the 20 items answered correctly. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Materials safety data sheets (MSDS) for Ethylene Oxide. Full protective clothing and self contained breathing apparatus. Candidate will don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Physical and chemical characteristics: a. Boiling point: b. Specific gravity: c. Appearance: d. Odor 2. Physical hazards of the material: 3. Health hazards of the materials: 4. Signs and symptoms of exposure: a. Ingestion: b. Inhalation: c. Skin contact: d. Eye contact:

3 5. Routes of entry: 6. Permissible exposure limits: a. TWA: 7. Responsible party contact: 8. Precaution for safe handling: a. Hygiene practices: b. Protective measures and clean up of spills and leaks: 9. Applicable control measure including personal protective equipment: 10. Emergency and first aid procedures: a. Ingestion: b. Inhalation: c. Skin contact: d. Eye contact: Evaluator/Candidate Comments: Evaluator (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Evaluator Date Re-Test Candidate Date

4 5.2 Core Competencies Analyzing the Incident JPR # Collecting Hazard and Response Information Revised: June 30, 2011 Standard Area: Competencies Analyzing the Incident STANDARD: , 5.2.3(1), 6.2.5(1) TASK: Given two examples of scenarios involving known hazardous materials, interpret the hazard and response information obtained from the current edition of the North American Emergency Response Guidebook, material safety data sheets (MSDS), CHEMTREC/CANUTIC/SETIG and shipper/manufacturer contacts. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate will complete this task within 30 minutes with a minimum of 14 of the 18 items answered correctly. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Two scenarios, MSDS for Ethylene Oxide, NAERG, CHEMTREC/CANUTIC/SETIQ and shipper/manufacturer information sheets. Full protective clothing and self contained breathing apparatus. SCENARIO ONE (FIRE AT A CHEMICAL PLANT) 1. Initiate incident management system according to authority having jurisdiction 2. Container behavior: a. Ruptured cylinders may rocket b. Containers may explode when heated 3. Material behavior: a. Some materials may react with water b. May form explosive mixtures with air c. Upper Explosive Limit: d. Lower Explosive Limit: e. Boiling point f. Vapor pressure 4. Evidence is preserved if criminal or terrorist acts are suspected

5 SCENARIO TWO (SPILL/LEAK) 1. Initiate incident management system according to authority having jurisdiction. 2. Control efforts: a. Consider initial downwind area b. All equipment must be grounded to prevent ignition of the material c. Use water spray to reduce vapors or divert vapor cloud d. Prevent entry into waterways, sewers, basements and confined spaces e. Apply alcohol medium-expansion foam to reduce vapors f. Avoid eye and skin contact g. Turn container so that gas will escape, not liquid, if possible. 3. Water solubility: Complete 4. Vapor density: Specific gravity: Evidence is preserved if criminal or terrorist acts are suspected Evaluator/Candidate Comments: Evaluator (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Evaluator Date Re-Test Candidate Date

6 5.4 Core Competencies Implementing the Planned Response JPR HMO # Establishing and Enforcing Scene Control Procedures Revised: June 30,2011 Standard Area: Competencies Analyzing the Incident STANDARD: (3)a,d,e, (4)a,b, 5.4.1(4), 6.3.4(1), 6.3.4(2),6.3.6(1) TASK: Given a scenario involving hazardous materials/wmd incidents, the operations level responder shall identify how to establish and enforce scene control, including control zones and emergency decontamination, and communications between responders and to the public. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate will successfully demonstrate each ability identified within this JPR. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Personal protective equipment, self-contained breathing apparatus, water supply, hoses, brushes, containment area, product name and NAERG. The candidate will don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Identify the contaminated person. 2. Remove contaminated person from threatened area 3. Remove contaminated person s helmet and flood with water 4. Remove contaminated person s SCBA leaving mask in place 5. Remove contaminated person s clothing while maintaining continuous washing a. Remove coat b. Remove pants c. Remove flash hood d. Remove SCBA mask 6. Remove victim to clean area 7. Inform medical personnel of contaminant Evaluator/Candidate Comments: Evaluator (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Evaluator Date Re-Test Candidate Date

7 5.4 Core Competencies Implementing the Planned Response JPR - HMO # Using Personal Protective Equipment Revised: June 30, 2011 Standard Area: Competencies Implementing the Planned Response STANDARD: (3)d, (4), TASK: Demonstrate donning, working in, and doffing structural firefighting personal protective equipment and positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate will successfully demonstrate each ability identified within this JPR. The candidate will don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Full structural firefighting personal protective clothing and self contained breathing apparatus. DONNING 1. Don pants and boots properly-including suspenders in place 2. Don protective hood 3. Don coat-including storm flap closed and collar up and secured 4. Don helmet 5. Don gloves 6. Don SCBA a. Open cylinder valve fully b. Secures straps on SCBA c. Don face piece d. Check face seal e. Hook up air supply 7. Work in contaminated area 8. Control breathing 9. Exit hazard area DOFFING 10. Removes SCBA and place all equipment in a ready state for reuse Evaluator/Candidate Comments: Evaluator (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Evaluator Date Re-Test Candidate Date

8 5.4 Core Competencies Implementing the Planned Response JPR # Establishing and Enforcing Scene Control Procedures Revised: June 30, 2011 Standard Area: Competencies Implementing the Planned Response STANDARD: (3)d, 6.6.4(1) TASK: Using the type of fire-fighting foam or vapour suppressing agent and foam equipment furnished by the authority having jurisdiction, demonstrate the proper application of the fire-fighting foam(s) or vapour suppressing agent(s) on a spill or fire involving hazardous materials. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate will successfully demonstrate each ability identified within this JPR. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Firefighting foam, foam equipment, fire apparatus, hazardous liquid, and burn area. Full protective clothing and self contained breathing apparatus. The candidate will don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Approach the spill or fire from uphill and upwind 2. Set nozzle to correct pattern (and GPM flow, if applicable) 3. Use correct application procedures a. Banked down b. Roll on c. Rain down 4. Did not disturb foam blanket 5. Exited hazardous area Evaluator/Candidate Comments: Evaluator (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Evaluator Date Re-Test Candidate Date

9 5.4 Core Competencies Implementing the Planned Response JPR HMO # Establishing and Enforcing Scene Control Procedures Revised: June 30, 2011 Standard Area: Competencies Implementing the Planned Response STANDARD: (3)d, (4)a, 5.4.4(3), 5.5.2, 6.6.4(1) TASK: Given the appropriate tools and equipment, demonstrate how to perform the following defensive control activities: (a) Absorption (e) Diversion (b) Damming (f) Retention (c) Diking (g) Vapour dispersion (d) Dilution (h) Vapour suppression PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate will successfully demonstrate each ability identified within the checklist with at least 27 of the 32 items completed correctly. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Personal protective equipment, self-contained breathing apparatus, shovels, rakes, absorbent materials, dirt, sand or hay, plastic sheeting, foam or vapour suppression agents, foam generating equipment, and a leaking container. The candidate will don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Absorption: a. Use common, available materials b. Avoid contact with hazardous material c. Ensure drains do not become contaminated d. Ensure hazardous material is absorbed into absorbent material 2. Damming: 3. Diking: a. Use common, available materials b. Avoid contact with hazardous material c. Ensure dam is not breached a. Use common, available materials b. Avoid contact with hazardous material c. Form a v and a circle dike e. Ensure hazardous material does not enter drains or manholes

10 4. Dilution: a. Use common, available materials b. Avoid contact with hazardous material c. Ensure hazardous material is water soluble d. Do NOT overflow retention pond of hazardous material 5. Diversion: a. Use common, available materials b. Avoid contact with hazardous material c. Ensure hazardous material is diverted away from drains and waterways d. Make sure the hazardous material does NOT breach diversion 6. Retention. a. Define purpose of retention b. Use common, available materials c. Avoid contact with hazardous material d. Ensure product flow does not exceed retention area 7. Vapour Dispersion: a. Avoid contact with hazardous material b. Eliminate ignition sources, if applicable c. Use water spray or fans to control dispersion d. Move vapours away from threatened area

11 8. Vapour Suppression: a. Avoid contact with hazardous materials b. Approach the spill or fire from uphill and upwind c. Set nozzle to correct pattern (and GPM flow, if applicable) d. Use correct application procedures (1) Banked down (2) Roll on (3) Run down e. Did NOT disturb foam blanket f. Exited hazardous area Proctor/Candidate Comments: Proctor (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Proctor Date Re-Test Candidate Date

12 5.4 Core Competencies Implementing the Planned Response JPR HMO #7a Establishing and Enforcing Scene Control Procedures Revised: June 30, 2011 Standard Area: Competencies Implementing the Planned Response STANDARD: (3)d, (4)a, 5.4.4(3), 5.5.2, 6.6.4(1) TASK: Given the appropriate tools and equipment, demonstrate how to perform the following defensive control activities: Absorption PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate will successfully demonstrate the ability identified within the checklist with all items completed correctly. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Personal protective equipment, self-contained breathing apparatus, shovels, rakes, absorbent materials, dirt, sand or hay, plastic sheeting, foam or vapour suppression agents, foam generating equipment, and a leaking container. The candidate will don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Absorption: a. Use common, available materials b. Avoid contact with hazardous material c. Ensure drains do not become contaminated d. Ensure hazardous material is absorbed into absorbent material Proctor/Candidate Comments: Proctor (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Proctor Date Re-Test Candidate Date

13 5.4 Core Competencies Implementing the Planned Response JPR HMO #7b Establishing and Enforcing Scene Control Procedures Revised: June 30, 2011 Standard Area: Competencies Implementing the Planned Response STANDARD: (3)d, (4)a, 5.4.4(3), 5.5.2, 6.6.4(1) TASK: Given the appropriate tools and equipment, demonstrate how to perform the following defensive control activities: Damming PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate will successfully demonstrate the ability identified within the checklist with all items completed correctly. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Personal protective equipment, self-contained breathing apparatus, shovels, rakes, absorbent materials, dirt, sand or hay, plastic sheeting, foam or vapour suppression agents, foam generating equipment, and a leaking container. The candidate will don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Damming: a. Use common, available materials b. Avoid contact with hazardous material c. Ensure dam is not breached f. Exited hazardous area Proctor/Candidate Comments: Proctor (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Proctor Date Re-Test Candidate Date

14 5.4 Core Competencies Implementing the Planned Response JPR HMO #7c Establishing and Enforcing Scene Control Procedures Revised: June 30, 2011 Standard Area: Competencies Implementing the Planned Response STANDARD: (3)d, (4)a, 5.4.4(3), 5.5.2, 6.6.4(1) TASK: Given the appropriate tools and equipment, demonstrate how to perform the following defensive control activities: Diking PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate will successfully demonstrate the ability identified within the checklist with all items completed correctly. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Personal protective equipment, self-contained breathing apparatus, shovels, rakes, absorbent materials, dirt, sand or hay, plastic sheeting, foam or vapour suppression agents, foam generating equipment, and a leaking container. The candidate will don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Diking: a. Use common, available materials b. Avoid contact with hazardous material c. Form a v and a circle dike e. Ensure hazardous material does not enter drains or manholes Proctor/Candidate Comments: Proctor (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date

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16 5.4 Core Competencies Implementing the Planned Response JPR HMO #7d Establishing and Enforcing Scene Control Procedures Revised: June 30, 2011 Standard Area: Competencies Implementing the Planned Response STANDARD: (3)d, (4)a, 5.4.4(3), 5.5.2, 6.6.4(1) TASK: Given the appropriate tools and equipment, demonstrate how to perform the following defensive control activities: Dilution PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate will successfully demonstrate the ability identified within the checklist with all items completed correctly. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Personal protective equipment, self-contained breathing apparatus, shovels, rakes, absorbent materials, dirt, sand or hay, plastic sheeting, foam or vapour suppression agents, foam generating equipment, and a leaking container. The candidate will don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Dilution: a. Use common, available materials b. Avoid contact with hazardous material c. Ensure hazardous material is water soluble d. Do NOT overflow retention pond of hazardous material Proctor/Candidate Comments: Proctor (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Proctor Date Re-Test Candidate Date

17 5.4 Core Competencies Implementing the Planned Response JPR HMO #7e Establishing and Enforcing Scene Control Procedures Revised: June 30, 2011 Standard Area: Competencies Implementing the Planned Response STANDARD: (3)d, (4)a, 5.4.4(3), 5.5.2, 6.6.4(1) TASK: Given the appropriate tools and equipment, demonstrate how to perform the following defensive control activities: Diversion PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate will successfully demonstrate the ability identified within the checklist with all items completed correctly. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Personal protective equipment, self-contained breathing apparatus, shovels, rakes, absorbent materials, dirt, sand or hay, plastic sheeting, foam or vapour suppression agents, foam generating equipment, and a leaking container. The candidate will don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Diversion: a. Use common, available materials b. Avoid contact with hazardous material c. Ensure hazardous material is diverted away from drains and waterways d. Make sure the hazardous material does NOT breach diversion Proctor/Candidate Comments: Proctor (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Proctor Date Re-Test Candidate Date

18 5.4 Core Competencies Implementing the Planned Response JPR HMO #7f Establishing and Enforcing Scene Control Procedures Revised: June 30, 2011 Standard Area: Competencies Implementing the Planned Response STANDARD: (3)d, (4)a, 5.4.4(3), 5.5.2, 6.6.4(1) TASK: Given the appropriate tools and equipment, demonstrate how to perform the following defensive control activities: Retention PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate will successfully demonstrate the ability identified within the checklist with all items completed correctly. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Personal protective equipment, self-contained breathing apparatus, shovels, rakes, absorbent materials, dirt, sand or hay, plastic sheeting, foam or vapour suppression agents, foam generating equipment, and a leaking container. The candidate will don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Retention. a. Define purpose of retention b. Use common, available materials c. Avoid contact with hazardous material d. Ensure product flow does not exceed retention area Proctor/Candidate Comments: Proctor (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Proctor Date Re-Test Candidate Date

19 5.4 Core Competencies Implementing the Planned Response JPR HMO #7g Establishing and Enforcing Scene Control Procedures Revised: June 30, 2011 Standard Area: Competencies Implementing the Planned Response STANDARD: (3)d, (4)a, 5.4.4(3), 5.5.2, 6.6.4(1) TASK: Given the appropriate tools and equipment, demonstrate how to perform the following defensive control activities: Vapour Dispersion PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate will successfully demonstrate the ability identified within the checklist with all items completed correctly. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Personal protective equipment, self-contained breathing apparatus, shovels, rakes, absorbent materials, dirt, sand or hay, plastic sheeting, foam or vapour suppression agents, foam generating equipment, and a leaking container. The candidate will don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Vapour Dispersion: a. Avoid contact with hazardous material b. Eliminate ignition sources, if applicable c. Use water spray or fans to control dispersion d. Move vapours away from threatened area Proctor/Candidate Comments: Proctor (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Proctor Date Re-Test Candidate Date

20 5.4 Core Competencies Implementing the Planned Response JPR HMO #7h Establishing and Enforcing Scene Control Procedures Revised: June 30, 2011 Standard Area: Competencies Implementing the Planned Response STANDARD: (3)d, (4)a, 5.4.4(3), 5.5.2, 6.6.4(1) TASK: Given the appropriate tools and equipment, demonstrate how to perform the following defensive control activities: Vapour Suppression PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate will successfully demonstrate the ability identified within the checklist with all items completed correctly. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Personal protective equipment, self-contained breathing apparatus, shovels, rakes, absorbent materials, dirt, sand or hay, plastic sheeting, foam or vapour suppression agents, foam generating equipment, and a leaking container. The candidate will don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Vapour Suppression: a. Avoid contact with hazardous materials b. Approach the spill or fire from uphill and upwind c. Set nozzle to correct pattern (and GPM flow, if applicable) d. Use correct application procedures (1) Banked down (2) Roll on (3) Run down e. Did NOT disturb foam blanket f. Exited hazardous area Proctor/Candidate Comments: Proctor (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Proctor Date Re-Test Candidate Date

21 NFPA 472, 2008 EDITION Competencies Implementing the Planned Response. HMO Performing Incident Management Duties. Revised June 30, 2011 STANDARD: , , , , 6.4.4, , , NFPA Edition TASK: The candidate shall demonstrate the decontamination process specified in the planned response. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate, working as a member of a team of no more than eight members and given a local decontamination plan and decontamination equipment, shall demonstrate how to perform the decontamination process in the given plan. CONDITIONS: Water supply, decontamination supplies and equipment, local decontamination plan, and Hazardous Materials Response Plan. Candidate shall don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Demonstrate the Decontamination Process a) Obtain local decontamination plan b) Perform decontamination according to local plan and requirements 2. The following decontamination steps must be accomplished in the order listed: a) Enter decontamination area and drop-off tools b) Perform gross decontamination to remove as much contamination as possible c) Remove protective clothing d) Remove SCBA e) Remove personal clothing f) Personal shower g) Clothing replacement h) Medical evaluation 3. Decontamination Workers a) Performed decontamination on each other b) Avoided cross-contamination c) Ensured contamination tools and equipment were contained in drums Evaluator/Supervisor Comments: Evaluator/Supervisor (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Evaluator/Supervisor Date Re-Test Candidate Date

22 NFPA 472, 2008 EDITION Competencies Implementing the Planned Response. HMO 10a Performing Incident Management Duties. Revised June 30, 2011 STANDARD: 6.7.4(1), , (1)(2)(3)(4)(6)(8)(9)(10) NFPA Edition TASK: Given three hazardous materials one of which is a solid, one a liquid, and one a gas and the following monitoring equipment, test strips, and reagents, the candidate shall select the appropriate equipment and demonstrate the proper techniques to identify and quantify the materials: (a) carbon monoxide meter; (b) colorimetric tubes; (c) combustible gas indicator; (d) oxygen meter; (e) ph indicators and/or ph meters; (f) radiation detection instruments; (g) reagents; and (h) test strips. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate shall correctly identify & quantify the materials given CONDITIONS: Given carbon monoxide meter (Option A), combustible gas indicator (Option B), and oxygen monitor (Option C). Candidate shall don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Carbon Monoxide Meter (Option A) a) Device field calibrated according to manufacturer's specifications b) Appropriate personal protective equipment c) Proper approach d) Sample identified e) Results quantified f) Identify limiting factors associated with the selection and use of this meter 2. Combustible Gas Indicator (Option B) a) Device field calibrated according to manufacturer's specifications b) Appropriate personal protective equipment c) Proper approach d) Sample identified e) Results quantified f) Identify the limiting factors associated with the selection and use of this meter g) Given an example of a domestic gas line break and the readings from a combustible gas indicator, determine the area of evacuation 3. Oxygen Monitor (Option C) a) Device field calibrated according to manufacturer's specifications b) Appropriate personal protective equipment c) Proper approach d) Sample identified e) Results quantified f) Identify the limiting factors associated with the selection and use of this meter

23 Evaluator/Supervisor Comments: Evaluator/Supervisor (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Evaluator/Supervisor Date Re-Test Candidate Date

24 NFPA 472, 2008 EDITION Competencies Implementing the Planned Response. HMO 10b Performing Incident Management Duties. Revised June 30, 2011 STANDARD: , NFPA Edition TASK: The candidate shall select the appropriate techniques to identify and quantify the materials: (a) carbon monoxide meter; (b) colorimetric tubes; (c) combustible gas indicator; (d) oxygen meter; (e) Passive dosimeters; (f) ph indicators and/or ph meters; (g) Photoionization and flame ionization detectors (h) radiation detection equipment; (i) reagents; (j) test strips; (k) Other equipment as provided by AHJ. The candidate shall identify or classify and quantify, by hazard, each unknown material, select appropriate equipment, and demonstrate proper techniques. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate shall correctly identify & quantify the materials given CONDITIONS: Given three materials (one solid, one liquid, one gas) and appropriate monitoring equipment, test strips and reagents. Candidate shall don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Material 1 (Solid) a) Selected appropriate equipment b) Used proper technique c) Classified or identified by hazard d) Quantified material 2. Material 2 (Liquid) a) Selected appropriate equipment b) Used proper technique c) Classified or identified by hazard d) Quantified (ph) 3. Material 3 (Gas) a) Selected appropriate technique b) Used proper technique c) Classified or identified by hazard d) Quantified (concentration in air) Evaluator/Supervisor Comments: Evaluator/Supervisor (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Evaluator/Supervisor Date Re-Test Candidate Date

25 NFPA 472, 2008 EDITION Competencies Implementing the Planned Response. HMO 10c Performing Incident Management Duties. Revised June 30, 2011 STANDARD: , NFPA Edition TASK: The candidate shall demonstrate the field maintenance and testing procedures for the monitoring equipment, test strips, and reagents provided by the authority having jurisdiction. PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: The candidate shall demonstrate proper field maintenance and testing procedures CONDITIONS: Given manufacturer's operating instructions for equipment provided by the authority having jurisdiction. Candidate shall don appropriate PPE and use equipment as per manufacturer s guidelines. 1. Demonstrate proper field calibration and inspection procedures a) monitoring equipment b) test strips c) reagents Evaluator/Supervisor (Print & Sign) Date Candidate Date Re-Test Evaluator/Supervisor Date Re-Test Candidate Date

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