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Texas Commission on Fire Protection Certification Curriculum Manual

Chapter 7 Driver/Operator

Section 705 Pump Operations

SECTION 705
PUMP OPERATIONS
(10 Hours)

705-1.00 The driver/operator shall identify terms and demonstrate methods and procedures of pumping operations.
705-1.01 The driver/operator trainee, given a model or diagram, shall identify the gauges and describe the purpose of each gauge.

NFPA 1002, Paragraph 3-4.1.2


705-1.02 The driver/operator trainee shall demonstrate method(s) of power transfer from the engine to both the wheels and the fire pump.

NFPA 1002, Paragraph 3-4.1.2


705-1.03 The driver/operator trainee shall be able to identify the operation of the volume/pressure transfer valve.

NFPA 1002, Paragraph 3-4.1.2


705-1.04 The driver/operator trainee shall be able to describe the function of the auxiliary cooling system.

NFPA 1002, Paragraph 3-4.1.2


705-1.05 The driver/operator trainee shall demonstrate the following operations so that proper pressure and flow are provided to the next pumped:

NFPA 1002, Paragraph 3-4.2


705-1.05a. Relay pumping operations
705-1.05b. Tandem pumping operations
705-1.05c. Dual pumping operations

705-2.00 The driver/operator trainee, given a fire department pumper, shall demonstrate methods and procedures for pump operations.
705-2.01 The driver/operator trainee, given a fire department pumper, shall demonstrate the proper technique of connecting hoselines to the pump.

NFPA 1002, Paragraph 3-4.1.2


705-2.01a. Intake
705-2.01b. Discharge
705-2.02 The driver/operator trainee, given a fire department pumper, shall demonstrate proper procedure for producing effective hand and master streams utilizing the sources specified below, so that the pump is safely engaged, all pressure control and vehicle safety devices are set, the rated flow of the nozzle is achieved, and the apparatus is continuously monitored for potential problems.

NFPA 1002, Paragraph 3-4.4


705-2.02a. The booster tank
705-2.02b. A pressurized source
705-2.03 The driver/operator trainee shall ascertain the expected fire flow, given a specific location, a water source, and water supply information for that location, so that the amount of water available for fire fighting at the location is estimated and alternative sources of water are identified.

NFPA 1002, Paragraph 3-2.1, Paragraph 3-2.1.1


705-2.04 The driver/operator trainee shall produce a foam stream, given foam-producing equipment, so that properly proportioned foam is provided.

NFPA 1002, Paragraph 3-4.3




EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL NEEDED:
1. Pumper with standard equipment
2. Fire fighting foam
3. Foam-producing equipment

REFERENCE MATERIAL:
1. International Fire Service Training Association. Fire Stream Practices, 7th Edition. Stillwater, Oklahoma: Fire Protection Publications, Oklahoma State University, 1989.
2. International Fire Service Training Association. Fire Department Pumping Apparatus, 7th Edition. Stillwater, Oklahoma: Fire Protection Publications, Oklahoma State University, 1989.
Notes


705- Effective July 1, 1999


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