Chapter 13 Tactical Ventilation Lesson Goal



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Essentials of Fire Fighting, 6th Edition Tactical Ventilation


Chapter 13

Tactical Ventilation

Lesson Goal

After completing this lesson, the student shall be able to apply tactical ventilation knowledge and practices following the policies and procedures set forth by the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ).


Objectives

Upon successful completion of this lesson, the student shall be able to:

1. Describe reasons for tactical ventilation. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11]

2. Identify considerations that affect the decision to ventilate. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, 5.3.12]

3. Explain the critical fire behavior indicators present during tactical ventilation. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11]

4. Define horizontal and vertical ventilation. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11]

5. Explain the means for achieving horizontal and vertical ventilation. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, 5.3.12]

6. Describe the types of horizontal ventilation. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, 5.3.12]

7. Describe the types of vertical ventilation. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, 5.3.12]

8. Recognize other types of ventilation situations. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11]

9. Explain the effects of building systems on tactical ventilation. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, 5.3.12]

10. Ventilate using mechanical negative pressure in a window. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, 5.3.12; Skill Sheet 13-I-1]

11. Ventilate using mechanical negative pressure in a doorway. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, 5.3.12; Skill Sheet 13-I-2]

12. Ventilate using mechanical positive pressure. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, 5.3.12; Skill Sheet 13-I-3]

13. Perform horizontal hydraulic ventilation. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.11, 5.3.12; Skills Sheet 13-I-4]

14. Demonstrate the procedure for sounding a roof. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12; Skill Sheet 13-I-5]

15. Ventilate using a rotary saw to cut an opening. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12; Skill Sheet 13-I-6]

16. Ventilate using an axe to cut an opening. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12; Skill Sheet 13-I-7]

17. Demonstrate the procedure for opening a flat roof. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12; Skill Sheet 13-I-8]

18. Perform the steps for opening pitched roofs. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12; Skill Sheet 13-I-9]

19. Demonstrate the procedure for making a trench cut using a rotary saw. [NFPA® 1001, 5.3.12; Skill Sheet 13-I-10]


Instructor Information

This is the lesson covering tactical ventilation. This lesson covers types of ventilation, reasons for ventilation, and considerations that should be taken into account when performing ventilation. The lesson also covers the effects of building systems on tactical ventilation.


Important instructor information is provided in shaded boxes throughout the lesson plan. Carefully review the instructor information before presenting the lesson.
This lesson includes ten skill evaluation checklists that assess student ability to perform tactical ventilation. These checklists will allow students to meet the requirements of learning objectives 10-19.
Methodology

This lesson uses lecture, discussion, and skills practice. The level of learning is application.


Outline Contents


Section

Outline Pages

Text Pages

Section I: Reasons for Tactical Ventilation

6

732

Section II: Considerations Affecting the Decision to Ventilate

11

734

Section III: Types of Tactical Ventilation


26

742

Section IV: Effects of Building Systems on Tactical Ventilation

65

763

Section V: Skill Sheets

68

765

Section VI: Summary and Review

73

764

Audiovisuals

Visuals 13.1 to 13.98 (PowerPoint® Presentation)

Easel pad and marker, optional

Evaluation

Chapter 13 Quiz

Chapter 13 Test

Skill Evaluation Checklists 13-I-1 to 13-I-10



Presentation Tools

Interactive Objects allow instructors to present information a piece at a time by clicking on hot spots in a larger image.

Each object is labeled in the Lesson Outline and indicated in the PowerPoint® presentation by a RED arrow in the top left corner of the image. This lets instructors know to use the mouse to explore all of the information on the slide.

After all of the information is displayed a reset arrow will appear in the bottom right corner of the image. Instructors can use this to remove the text and quiz students on content just covered or simply move on to the next slide.



To move to the slide after an interactive object, select the Click for next slide arrow on the left side of the slide.


Videos are used as discussion starters or to illustrate a concept or process discussed in the chapter.

These are labeled in the Lesson Outline and indicated in the PowerPoint® presentation by the Click image to play arrow on the left side of the slide.




Section I: Reasons for Tactical Ventilation




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