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The three key factors that influence fire behaviour are fuel, weather and topography.CorrectIncorrect
In a crew briefing it is not important to go over LCES or the chain of command.CorrectIncorrect
Retardant dropped from an aircraft will put out all fires.CorrectIncorrect
A drip torch should be filled with straight gasoline.CorrectIncorrect
Fuel, oxygen and heat are the three sides of the “fire triangle”.CorrectIncorrect
The most important facet of firefighting is safety.CorrectIncorrect
Fire entrapment can occur when a fire crew has one or more escape routes comprimised by a spreading fire.CorrectIncorrect
A fireline should be dug down to mineral soil.CorrectIncorrect
Direct attack, parallel attack, and indirect attack are all commonly used attack methods for fire fighting in BC.CorrectIncorrect
Unlined hose loses less pressure per 100ft than lined hose.CorrectIncorrect