DRIVER/OPERATOR ¢â‚¬â€œ FIRE APPARATUS DAILY INSPECTION 2019. 4. 9.¢  Reference: IFSTA, Pumping Apparatus

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  • Candidate: _________________________ Organization (AHJ): _________________ Task: Perform routine tests, inspections, an a fire department vehicle and its manufactur Skill: 1002 DO 01 Standard: NFPA Reference: IFSTA, Pumping Apparatus Dr Candidate Instructions:

    1. The candidate, given a fire apparat 2. The candidate shall use a systemati 3. The candidate shall use Activity Sh 4. The candidate shall complete the in

    INTE Operati

    Performance:

    1. Driver/Operator uses a systematic apparatus for obvious problems or

    2. Driver/operator tested, inspected a) Battery/Batteries 1. Checked water level, 2. Checked tightness of 3. Inspected terminals fo 4. Evaluated general con 5. Ensure that batteries a actual starting of engi b) Braking system 1. Air-actuated Brakes i) Checked for leaks ii) Ensured manual or iii) Ensure that the brak brake pedal. 2. Hydraulic Brakes i) Checked for leaks

    ii) Ensured hydraulic f specifications

    COMPETENCY EVALUATION DRIVER/OPERATOR – FIRE APPARATUS

    DAILY INSPECTION EXERCISE

    ___________________ OFA Student ID: _______________________

    __________________________ Apparatus # ______________________

    d servicing functions on the systems and components specified in the following list, given er’s specifications, so that the operational status of the vehicle is verified.

    1002 Edition: 2003 Objective(s): 4.2.1

    iver/Operator Handbook, 2nd Edition, Ch. 3

    us shall demonstrate a daily inspection of the fire apparatus. c approach to this inspection. eet 1 or their department’s daily apparatus check sheet for this skill. spection within 30 minutes.

    RNATIONAL FIRE SERVICE TRAINING ASSOCIATION (IFSTA) ng Emergency Vehicles – Pumping Apparatus Driver Operator 2nd Edition

    Critical Step Yes No

    approach and visually inspects the exterior of the damages.

    or serviced:

    if applicable terminals with appropriate hand tool r corrosion dition (damage, tie-downs) re charged and ready to start, by gauge reading or ne

    automatic purging of excess condensation es will stop the vehicle, by driving and depressing √

    luid level is within manufacturer’s recommended

  • iii) Ensure that the brakes will stop the vehicle, by driving and depressing brake pedal.

    c) Coolant system 1. Checked for leaks 2. Checked condition of hoses and/or lines 3. Ensured coolant level is within manufacturer’s recommended specifications

    d) Oil 1. Checked for leaks 2. Ensured engine oil level is within manufacturer’s recommended specifications

    3. Ensured engine oil pressure is within manufacturer’s recommended specifications

    e) Electrical system 1. Ensured charging system is operational 2. Confirmed gauges are functioning 3. Checked ignition system by starting engine √ 4. Ensured all vehicle lights are operational √ 5. Ensured all visual and audible emergency warning devices are operational

    6. Evaluated general condition of accessible wires and connections f) Fuel 1. Reported fuel gauge level √ 2. Checked for leaks g) Hydraulic fluids 1. Checked for leaks 2. Ensured hydraulic fluids are within manufacturer’s recommended specifications

    h) Tires 1. Checked condition of valve and stem 2. Evaluated condition of tire tread √ 3. Checked depth of tire tread 4. Checked for damage 5. Used an air gauge, to ensure that tire air pressure was within manufacturer’s recommended specifications

    6. Checked lug nuts for tightness, rust, and missing nuts i) Steering system 1. Checked for leaks 2. Ensured steering fluid level was within manufacturer’s recommended specifications

    3. Checked for “excessive play” in steering wheel j) Belts 1. Ensured proper adjustment 2. Checked for excessive wear and/or cracking k) Tools, appliances, and equipment 1. Ensured required tools, appliances, and equipment were present as required by the authority having jurisdiction

    2. Ensured required tools, appliances, and equipment are in good working order

    l) Utilize safety equipment (seat belts/harnesses) √ m)Recognized system problems n) Corrected any deficiency noted according to policies and/or procedures

    Candidate must complete ( 30 ) steps total to pass this skill Total √ Critical Step – Failure on this step mandates failure on exercise!

    The candidate has 30 minutes to complete this exercise. Time CANDIDATE MUST COMPLETE ALL CRITICAL STEPS TO PASS SKILL Circle PASS FAIL

    Evaluator ____________________________ Signature_______________________ Date__________ Evaluator ____________________________ Signature_______________________ Date__________

  • Use safety equipment and hand tools to test, inspect or service the items on the checklist to recognize any system problems and correct any deficiency according to agency policies and procedures. Place a mark in the “Item Checked” column after each item is checked. Use the “Notes” column to note any deficiencies. Date and sign the form in the indicated area.

    Item Item Checked

    Notes

    Visually inspect the exterior of the apparatus for obvious problems or damages.

    Battery/Batteries Checked water level, if applicable Checked tightness of terminals with appropriate hand tool Inspected terminals for corrosion Evaluated general condition (damage, tie-downs) Braking system Air-actuated Brakes Check for leaks Ensure manual or automatic purging of excess condensation Ensure that the brakes will stop the vehicle, by driving and depressing brake pedal.

    Hydraulic Brakes Check for leaks Ensure hydraulic fluid level is within manufacturer’s recommended specifications

    Ensure that the brakes will stop the vehicle, by driving and depressing brake pedal.

    Coolant system Check for leaks Check condition of hoses and/or lines Ensure coolant level is within manufacturer’s recommended specifications

    Oil Check for leaks Ensure engine oil level is within manufacturer’s recommended specifications

    Ensure engine oil pressure is within manufacturer’s recommended specifications

    Electrical system Ensure charging system is operational Confirm gauges are functioning Check ignition system by starting engine Ensure all vehicle lights are operational Ensure all visual and audible emergency warning devices are operational

    Evaluate general condition of accessible wires and connections Fuel Report fuel gauge level Check for leaks

    COMPETENCY EVALUATION DRIVER/OPERATOR – FIRE APPARATUS

    ACTIVITY SHEET 1 for

    Skill’s 1002 DO 01 and 02 Apparatus Test, Inspection and Service Form

  • Hydraulic fluids Check for leaks Ensured hydraulic fluids are within manufacturer’s recommended specifications

    Tires Check condition of valve and stem Evaluate condition of tire tread Check depth of tire tread Check for damage Use an air gauge, to ensure that tire air pressure was within manufacturer’s recommended specifications

    Check lug nuts for tightness, rust, and missing nuts Steering system Check for leaks Ensure steering fluid level was within manufacturer’s recommended specifications

    Check for “excessive play” in steering wheel Belts Ensured proper adjustment Checked for excessive wear and/or cracking Tools, appliances, and equipment Ensure required tools, appliances, and equipment were present as required by the authority having jurisdiction

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