Ch6 Ropes & Knots Jeopardy

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Ch6 Ropes & Knots Jeopardy

  1. 1. Stabilizing car For extrication 200 What is utility application Jeff Prokop
  2. 2. A mountainside rescue 400 What is life safety application Jeff Prokop
  3. 3. Hoisting a tool 800 What is utility application Jeff Prokop
  4. 4. Securing Victim 1000 What is life safety application Jeff Prokop
  5. 5. Rappelling 1200 What is life safety application Jeff Prokop
  6. 6. 200 What is braided
  7. 7. 400 Low-stretch, used for most rescue ops Jeff Prokop What is static rope
  8. 8. 600 Jeff Prokop What is dynamic kernmantle
  9. 9. 800 Jeff Prokop What is laid
  10. 10. 1000 High-stretch rope Jeff Prokop What is dynamic
  11. 11. 1200 Jeff Prokop What is braid-on-braid
  12. 12. 200 Used to hoist tools Jeff Prokop Clove Hitch
  13. 13. 400 Used as utility and safety rope Jeff Prokop Bowline
  14. 14. 600 Used as safety knot and to tie 2 ropes together Jeff Prokop Double Figure-Eight
  15. 15. 800 Used as a security knot with other knots Jeff Prokop Overhand
  16. 16. 1000 A foundation knot can be used for utility, life safety, or to tie 2 ropes together Jeff Prokop Figure-Eight
  17. 17. 1200 Tie a figure-eight off with an overhand Jeff Prokop Show Knot
  18. 18. 200 This is how to clean a natural fiber rope Jeff Prokop What is gently wipe or brush
  19. 19. 400 What should not be done when drying ropes Jeff Prokop What is leave out in sun
  20. 20. 600 What are 2 methods for storing rope Jeff Prokop What is coil and in bag
  21. 21. 800 When using a rope for hoist- ing, what must firefighters look out for? Jeff Prokop What is electrical wires
  22. 22. 1000 When using a rope in firefighting, what is the most important safety guideline Jeff Prokop What is plan before use
  23. 23. 1200 This is how your hands should move when moving a rope Jeff Prokop What is hand-over-hand
  24. 24. 200 Exposure to heat Jeff Prokop Remove
  25. 25. Blocking off scene 600 What is utility application Jeff Prokop
  26. 26. 400 Exposure to sudden shift in weight Jeff Prokop Remove
  27. 27. 600 Used in a rescue Jeff Prokop Reuse if no damage
  28. 28. 800 This is what to do with a life safety rope that does not pass inspection Jeff Prokop Use as utility, dispose, and remove tags
  29. 29. 1000 This is why natural ropes are no longer used for rescues Jeff Prokop What is they are easily damaged, and rot
  30. 30. 1200 Has been exposed to toxic gases Jeff Prokop Remove
  31. 31. 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 200 400 200 400 200 400 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 600 800 1000 1200 600 800 1000 1200 600 800 1000 1200 Categ. Time Up Final Jeopardy Rope Usage Rope Types Rope Care & Safety Knots Usage Rope Inspection Jeff Prokop
  32. 32. Jeff Prokop
  33. 33. Rope Usage Jeff Prokop
  34. 34. Jeff Prokop Rope Types
  35. 35. Knots Usage Jeff Prokop
  36. 36. Rope Care & Maintenance Jeff Prokop
  37. 37. Rope Inspection Jeff Prokop
  38. 38. Jeff Prokop DAILY DOUBLE
  39. 39. Jeopardy! Final Jeff Prokop
  40. 40. This is the term for ability to adjust To impact load Jeff Prokop
  41. 41. Shock Load Jeff Prokop

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