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By: denasmith (108 month(s) ago)

Very thorough and very organized. As a fairly new fire instructor, a helpful supplement to the text and materials we are required to use. Thank you.

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Program Sample : 

Program Sample This sample contains the first two sections of the Ladders chapter presentation as well as sample videos from a third section of the chapter. This sample has been packaged as an executable file for ease of distribution – the version purchased will be an actual editable PowerPoint file. Ch 13 - Ladders 1

Ladders Introduction : 

Introduction Ladders Introduction

Chapter 13 - Ladders : 

Chapter 13 - Ladders 3

Introduction : 

Introduction Introduction

Slide 5: 

5 Critical Fireground operations rely on proper placement of ladders Photos courtesy of Anthony Delucia, Thomas Lenart, Chris Saracenco and Robert Yates

Purpose of Ladders : 

Purpose of Ladders Introduction 6 Access to Upper Floors of Structure Access and Egress for Firefighters and Victims Photo courtesy of Jim Burns Photo courtesy of Michael Schwartzberg

Purpose of Ladders : 

Purpose of Ladders Introduction 7 Fire Attack & Search on Upper Floors Access for Ventilation Operations Photo courtesy of Jim Burns Photo courtesy of Joseph Ciscone

Chapter 13: Ladders - Objectives : 

Chapter 13: Ladders - Objectives Introduction Following completion, the student should be able to describe or demonstrate 8 A working knowledge of the components/types of fire service ladders Inspection and maintenance procedures Selection of proper ladder for a specific task Proper methods for deploying and working from a ladder 

Chapter Sections : 

Chapter Sections Introduction 9 Types of Ladders Structural Components Maintenance, Inspection & Cleaning Operating Safely with Ladders Ladder Selection Removal from Apparatus Placement, Climbing & Operation Portable Ladder Rescues

Chapter Sections : 

Chapter Sections Introduction 10 Placement for Access and Egress Ladder Carries & Raises Roof Ladder Operations Miscellaneous Ladder Uses Summary Additional Ladder Types Venting a Window with a Ladder

Types of Ladders : 

Types of Ladders Types of Ladders

Chapter 13: Ladders - Objectives : 

Chapter 13: Ladders - Objectives Types of Ladders 12 Common types of apparatus-mounted ladders used by the fire service Common types of portable ladders used by the fire service Following completion, the student should be able to describe or demonstrate

Two Types of Fire Service Ladders : 

Two Types of Fire Service Ladders Types of Ladders Apparatus Mounted Ladders Ground (Portable) Ladders Photo courtesy of M. Kuhar Photo courtesy of Kevin Soucie 13

Apparatus-Mounted Ladders : 

Apparatus-Mounted Ladders Types of Ladders Platform for elevated master streams Access beyond height of portable ladders Photo courtesy of Thomas Lenart Photo courtesy of Frank Ricci 14

Apparatus-Mounted Ladders : 

Apparatus-Mounted Ladders Types of Ladders 15 Ladder Position Mid-Ship Rear-Mount

Apparatus-Mounted Ladders : 

Apparatus-Mounted Ladders Types of Ladders 16 Ladder Design Articulating Ladder Quint Tower Ladder Aerial Ladder (Tiller) Photo courtesy of Michael Schwartzberg

Apparatus-Mounted Ladders : 

Apparatus-Mounted Ladders Types of Ladders Aerial Ladder Permanent-mounted telescoping ladder Constructed of steel or aluminum Uses a hydraulic system with steel cables and pulleys Typically 65’ – 100’ May have pre-piped waterway 17

Apparatus-Mounted Ladders : 

Apparatus-Mounted Ladders Types of Ladders Tower Ladder Based on telescoping sections of a crane Bucket or basket on boom with pre-piped waterway May use a heavy-duty aerial ladder Provides a working platform Photo courtesy of Kevin Soucie 18

Apparatus-Mounted Ladders : 

Apparatus-Mounted Ladders Types of Ladders 19

Apparatus-Mounted Ladders : 

Apparatus-Mounted Ladders Types of Ladders Quint Ladder Performs both Ladder and Engine functions Equipped with Pump, tank, and hose Aerial with waterway Compliment of ground ladders Photo courtesy of Matt Fernandez 20

Portable Ladders : 

Portable Ladders Types of Ladders Straight Ladder Single section Fixed length: 12’ to 20’ long 21

Portable Ladders : 

Portable Ladders Types of Ladders Roof Ladder Straight Ladder: 14’-20’ long Spring-loaded hooks mounted to tip Hooks allow ladder to bite into roof ridge Provides stable work platform 22

Portable Ladders : 

Portable Ladders Types of Ladders Extension Ladder Adjustable ladder with two or more sections Typically 24’ – 50’ lengths More flexibility to reach different heights Larger ladders equipped with tormentor poles 23

Portable Ladders : 

Portable Ladders Types of Ladders 24 Photo courtesy of Robert Yates

Portable Ladders : 

Portable Ladders Types of Ladders “A” Position Extended Position A-Frame Ladder Combination ladder Resembles extension ladder in closed position Can be used in “A” position or as an extension ladder 25

Portable Ladders : 

Portable Ladders Types of Ladders Fresno Ladder Narrow extension ladder No pulleys or halyards; raised manually by pushing up fly Provides access to narrow areas 26

Portable Ladders : 

Portable Ladders Types of Ladders Pompier (scaling) Ladder Single center beam Rungs attached to side Hooks on end Used today for confidence training 27 Photo courtesy of Robert Yates

Portable Ladders : 

Portable Ladders Types of Ladders Combination Ladder Includes Little Giant® ladder Step ladder 28

Structural Components of Ladders : 

Structural Components of Ladders Structural Components of Ladders

Chapter 13: Ladders - Objectives : 

Chapter 13: Ladders - Objectives Structural Components of Ladders 30 The major components of portable and apparatus mounted ladders Following completion, the student should be able to describe or demonstrate

Construction Materials : 

Construction Materials Structural Components Wood Aluminum Fiberglass 31

Components of a Ladder : 

Components of a Ladder Structural Components Beam (main structural component) Supports the rungs at 14” intervals Truss beam Solid beam I-beam Truss Solid I-Beam 32

Components of a Ladder : 

Components of a Ladder Structural Components Bed section Bottom section In touch with ground or apparatus Widest section; others retract into it 33

Components of a Ladder : 

Components of a Ladder Structural Components Fly section Extends from bed section Multiple fly sections move at same time Narrower than base 34

Components of a Ladder : 

Components of a Ladder Structural Components 35

Components of a Ladder : 

Components of a Ladder Structural Components 36

Components of a Ladder : 

Components of a Ladder Structural Components Dogs Mounted on end of beams of fly section Spring-loaded Engage rungs on bed section as it is raised 37

Components of a Ladder : 

Components of a Ladder Structural Components 38

Components of a Ladder : 

Components of a Ladder Structural Components Heat sensor labels Small orange sticker Attached in various locations Turn black when heated over 300º F No Exposure Exposure 39

Components of a Ladder : 

Components of a Ladder Structural Components Halyard Manilla or nylon rope Used to extend or retract fly section 40

Components of a Ladder : 

Components of a Ladder Structural Components Pulley for halyard Reduces friction on the rope Allows for easier raising of the fly section 41

Components of a Ladder : 

Components of a Ladder Structural Components Rungs Horizontal cross members tie beams together Circular in design with rung spacing of 14” 42

Components of a Ladder : 

Components of a Ladder Structural Components Tip Top of ladder or fly section Should rest squarely against the building 43

Components of a Ladder : 

Components of a Ladder Structural Components Tormentor poles Used on longer extension ladders Swiveling poles attach to base section Stabilize ladder being raised or lowered 44 Photo courtesy of Mike Couture

Ladder Placement, Climbing & Operational Guidelines : 

Ladder Placement, Climbing & Operational Guidelines Ladder Placement, Climbing & Operational Guidelines

Additional Sample Slides : 

Additional Sample Slides The next three slides contain sample demonstration videos from the “Placement, Climbing & Operational Guidelines” section of the Ladders chapter Placement, Climbing & Operational Guidelines 46

Moving a Ladder Already in Position : 

Moving a Ladder Already in Position Placement, Climbing & Operational Guidelines Rolling the ladder 47 Click Video to Play

Climbing a Ladder with a Tool : 

Climbing a Ladder with a Tool Placement, Climbing & Operational Guidelines 48 Click Video to Play

Climbing an Aerial Ladder : 

Climbing an Aerial Ladder Placement, Climbing & Operational Guidelines 49 Click Video to Play

Thank You For Your Time : 

Thank You For Your Time We would like to thank you for taking the time to review this presentation. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at: 50

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