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	NYS FIREFIGHTER
 
I
 
 
     
SKILLS SHEETS 
–
 
MASTER LIST
 
(Revised 2010)
 
 
 
 
 
Skill 5
-
1 Responding on an Apparatus (01
-
2010)
 
 
-
1 Donning PPE
 
 
Skill 7
-
1 Donning SCBA
 
Skill
 
7
-
2 Inspecting SCBA
 
Skill 7
-
2A Filling SCBA 
–
 
Cascade
 
Skill 7
-
2B Filling SCBA 
–
 
 
Skill 7
-
3 SCBA Emergencies
 
Skill 7
-
4 Wall Breach 
–
 
Swim/Dive
 
Skill 7
-
5 Low Profile 
 
Skill 7
-
6 Full Escape
 
Skill 7
-
7 Air Consumption
 
Skill 7
-
 
Skill 7
-
9 Cleaning and Sanitizing SCBA (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 8
-
1 Portable Fire Extinguishers
 
 
Skill 10
-
1 Rolling Hose
 
Skill 10
-
2 Loading/Advancing Accordion Load
 
Skill 10
-
 
Skill 10
-
4 Loading/Advancing Pre
-
Connected Flat Load
 
Skill 10
-
5 Loading/Advancing Pre
-
connected Slot Load
 
Skill 10
-
6 Loading/Advancing Triple
-
layer Load
 
Skill
 
10
-
7 Water Supply: Hydrant Connection
Skill 10
-
8 Loading/Advancing Horseshoe Load
 
Skill 10
-
9 Single Hose Section Carry and Drain
 
Skill 10
-
10 Extending Hoselines with Break
-
apart Nozzle
 
Skill 10
-
12 Cleaning and Inspecting Fire Hose (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 12
-
 
St
emming Sprinkler Head Flow
 
 
Skill 1
4
-
1
 
Single FF Ladder Carry and Raise
 
Skill 14
-
2
 
Two FF Ladder Carry and Raise
 
Skill 14
-
3
 
Two FF Roof Ladder Deployment
 
Skill 14
4 Clean and Visually Check Ground Ladder (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 15
-
1
 
Knots
 
Skill 15
-
2
 
Hoisting Tool
s and Equipment
 
Skill 15
-
3 Clean and Check Life Safety or Utility Rope (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 16
-
1
 
Victim Carries and Drags
 
Skill 16
-
2
 
Interior FF Drags
 
Skill 16
-
3
 
Placing Patient on Backboard and Stokes
 
Skill 16
-
4 Cradle Carry a Victim Down a Ladder (03
-
2010)
 
S
kill 16
-
5 Conduct Search and Rescue in a Structure (02
-
2010)
 
Skill 16
-
6 Operate in Established Work Areas at Emergency Scene (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 17
-
1
 
Forcible Entry 
–
 
Conventional and Through the Lock
 
Skill 17
-
2 Power Tool Maintenance
 
 
Skill 17
-
3 Clean and 
Check Forcible Entry and Vent Hand Tools (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 18
-
1
 
Ventilation 
–
 
Roof 
 
Skill 18
-
2 PPV Horizontal Vent (02
-
2010)
 
Skill 18
-
3 Negative Pressure Horizontal Vent (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 19
-
2
 
Interior Structure Fire
 
Skill 19
-
3
 
Passenger Vehicle Fire
 
Skill 1
9
-
5 Turn Off Building Utilities (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 20
-
1
 
Emergency Scene Illumination
 
Skill 20
-
2
 
Salvage Cover and Roll
 
Skill 20
-
3
 
Two FF Salvage Cover Fold and Toss
 
Skill 20
-
4 Overhaul Fire Scene (02
-
2010)
 
Skill 20
-
5 Clean and Check Salvage Equipment (02
-
201
0)
 
 
Skill 23
-
1
 
Survival Skills: Follow Hoseline
 
Skill 23
-
2
 
Survival Skills: 1
st
 
Floor Window Bailout
 
Skill 23
-
3
 
Survival Skills: Exit Location
 
Skill 23
-
4
 
Survival Skills: Calling the Mayday #1
 
Skill 23
-
5
 
Survival Skills: Calling the Mayday #2
 
 
Skill 26
-
1
 
Identifying Chemical Hazards Using NAERG
 
 
Skill 28
-
1
 
Emergency Decontamination of a Simulated Victim
 
 
Skill 29
-
1
 
Air Monitoring to Determine Presence of CO Gas
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Respond on an apparatus to an emergency scene 
– 2008 Edition, NFPA 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE          
Candidate's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
Evaluator's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
 the apparatus at a high flow traffic emergency 
Firefighter's Handbook, 3rd ed. 
 
Mount fire apparatus using handrails and steps keeping three points of contact 
 
 
 
 
 
rb side of the apparatus if possible 
 
 
 
 
 
 
ly dismount from apparatus using handrails 
and steps keeping three points of contact 
 
 you are in a protected area 
 
 
Pass 
Evaluator Notes 
01/2010 
Donning Personal Protective Equipment
  2002 Edition, NF
PA 1001 5.1.1.2, 5.3 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
manufacturers recommendations, within 1 minute as outlined in Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS 
Time limit for this station is 60 seconds.  Timing starts when the candidate first touches any article of 
turnout gear after telling the evaluator they are ready to start. 
02/2007 
Pants (includes all fasteners and suspenders) 
Protective hood 
Coat (includes all fasteners and collar up 
and must have at least a 2 inch overlap on 
bunker pants per NFPA 1971) 
Gloves (no skin at wrist exposed) 
Exposed skin (no exposed skin is perm
itted except for facial area) 
Completed in less than 61 seconds 
Estimated time per attempt: 1 minute per student   
Evaluator Notes 
Donning Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus 
Donning Personal Protective Equipment
  2002 Edition, NF
PA 1001 5.1.1.2, 5.3 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
equipment, including SCBA, according to manufacturers recommendations, within 2 minutes. The student 
may use any approved method for donning the SCBA and must 
be on air for the time to stop, as outlined in 
Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.   
JPR 7-1, 7-2, 7-3, and 7-4
Note:
 For SCBA without integrated PASS 
device, the time will not stop 
until the accessory PASS device has 
been enabled.
nutes.  Timing starts when the candidate first touches any article of 
turnout gear after telling the evaluator they are ready to start. 
02/2007 
1. Boots 
2. Pants (includes all fasteners and suspenders) 
3. Protective hood 
4. Coat (includes all fasteners and collar up
 and must have at least a 2 inch overlap 
on bunker pants per NFPA 1971) 
8. PASS device (manually en
6. Gloves (no skin at wrist exposed) 
7. Exposed skin (no exposed skin is pe
rmitted except for facial area) 
8. Completed in less than 2:00 minutes 
Evaluator Notes 
Donning Personal Protective Equipment
  2002 Edition, NF
PA 1001 5.1.1.2, 5.3 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
The candidate, given an SCBA, shall inspect the SC
BA, identify and correct any problems found, and state 
the cleaning procedures for the SCBA as outlined in Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.  
JPR 7-5 and 7-6
02/2007 
Face piece (visibility, 
dry rot, or cracking) 
Exhalation valve (sticking) 
Breathing tube (if applicable) (leaks) 
Spider/Hair net (dry rot and cracking) 
Harness (loose hardware) 
Shoulder straps (fraying and loose hardware) 
Waist strap (fraying and loose hardware) 
All hoses (fraying and loose/damaged connections) 
Regulator (damaged threads and operable control knobs) 
O ring on high-pressure connection (damaged and missing) 
Exchanges cylinder (hydrostatic test date, full, and damaged threads) 
Compares cylinder and regulator gauge�s (not  100 PSI difference) 
SCBA operable after re-assembly/donning (no leaks) 
PASS device (operates correctly in
 all modes  aut
Verbalizes cleaning procedures (disinfect
s face piece/mask, soap/water, and dry 
ll)
Evaluator Notes 
Filling SCBA Cylinder - Cascade 
Filling Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus
 (SCBA)  2002 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.3.1 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
The candidate, given an SCBA, shall demonstrate the 
correct procedure for servicing an SCBA, using a 
cascade system in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
02/2007 
Checks hydrostatic test date of cylinder; 
removes from service if out of date 
Inspects cylinder for physical damage 
Places cylinder in fragmentation containment device 
oses bleed valve, if equipped 
Opens SCBA cylinder valve 
Opens cascade system valve with lowest pressure 
Observes cylinder gauge to ensure fill rate of 300-600 psi per minute 
Controls rate to avoid heating/chattering 
Closes cascade valve when pressure equalizes 
If cylinder is not full, opens cascade valve on cylinder with next highest pressure 
When cylinder full, closes a
ll valves on cascade system. 
Closes SCBA cylinder valve 
Opens cascade system filler hose blee
der valve and bleeds-off excess pressure 
Disconnects cascade system
 fill hose from cylinder 
Removes SCBA cylinder from fragmentati
Evaluator Notes 
Filling SCBA Cylinder - Compressor 
Filling Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus
 (SCBA)  2002 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.3.1 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
The candidate, given an SCBA, shall demonstrate the 
correct procedure for servicing an SCBA, using a 
cascade system in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
02/2007 
Checks hydrostatic test date of cylinder; 
removes from service if out of date 
Inspects cylinder for physical damage 
Places cylinder in fragmentation containment device 
oses bleed valve, if equipped 
Opens SCBA cylinder valve 
Operates compressor/purifier system acco
rding to manufacturer's instructions and 
Opens fill station valve to begin filling cylinder 
Observes cylinder gauge to ensure fill rate of 300-600 psi per minute 
Controls rate to avoid heating/chattering 
When cylinder full, closes a
ll valves on cascade system. 
Closes SCBA cylinder valve 
Opens system filler hose bleeder va
lve and bleeds-off excess pressure 
Disconnects system f
ill hose from cylinder 
Removes SCBA cylinder from fragmentati
Evaluator Notes 
SCBA Emergencies  2002 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.3.1 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
demonstrate the correct procedures to follow for the incident given, as outlined in Delmar, 
Firefighters 
Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
02/2007 
CRACKED FACE PIECE LENS 
 Starts immediate exit from 
area, with partner (verbalized) 
 Partially closes cylinder valve 
 Attempts to re-establish face piece seal 
 If unsuccessful, breathes directly from regulator (verbalized) 
 Starts immediate exit from 
area, with partner (verbalized) 
 Breathes directly from regulator 
 Starts immediate exit from 
area, with partner (verbalized) 
TOTAL REGULATOR FAILURE 
 Starts immediate exit from 
area, with partner (verbalized) 
 Closes air cylinder and performs full escape 
 Holds breath while performing full escape 
 Removes high pressure line from cylinder 
 Breathes directly from tank by partia
lly opening valve (short mask should remain on) 
SEVERED HIGH PRESSURE LINE 
 Starts immediate exit from 
area, with partner (verbalized) 
 Closes air cylinder and performs full escape 
 Holds breath while performing full escape 
 Breathes directly from high pressure hose by 
partially opening cylinder valve (short mask should 
EXPENDED AIR CYLINDER 
 Starts immediate exit from 
area, with partner (verbalized) 
 Disconnects regulator and filters breat
hing air (short mask should remain on) 
 Verbalizes above to students in clear concise manor 
Evaluator Notes 
Wall Breach  Swim/Dive Maneuver 
Wall Breach  Swim Dive Maneuver  20
02 Edition, NFPA 100
1 5.3.1, 5.3.5 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
reduced-access opening in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
02/2007 
All fasteners on PPE and SCBA are fastened, 
Position arms in front in dive position to narrow shoulders 
Proceed thru studs completely if possible 
*Cannot clear opening - drop right shoulder 
*Cannot clear opening  use left arm in swim crawl motion 
Clears obstruction and entanglement hazards 
Face piece remains on and in use throughout 
*  These steps may not be necessary 
Evaluator Notes 
Low Profile Maneuver  2002 Edit
ion, NFPA 1001 5.3.1, 5.3.5 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
reduced-access opening in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
02/2007 
All fasteners on PPE and SCBA are fastened, 
Loosens all straps, but does not unbuckle any straps 
Removes one arm and shoulder from one shoulder strap 
Shifts SCBA unit to one side in line with arm 
Maintains hand grip on shoulder strap still on shoulder 
Passes through obstruction in line with SCBA unit 
Once past obstruction, firefighter re-dons SCBA unit completely and correctly 
All straps fastened and tightened 
Facepiece stays on and in use throughout maneuver 
Evaluator Notes 
Full Escape Maneuver  2002 
Edition, NFPA 1001 5.3.1, 5.3.5 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
reduced-access opening in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
02/2007 
All fasteners on PPE and SCBA are fastened, 
Loosens all straps, but does not unbuckle any straps 
Completely removes SCBA unit without releasing grip on regulator side shoulder strap 
Holding SCBA unit at back plate, moves unit over or under obstruction  
Maintains hand grip on shoulder strap still on shoulder 
Passes through obstruction successfully 
Once past obstruction, firefighter re-dons SCBA unit completely and correctly 
All straps fastened and tightened 
Facepiece stays on and in use throughout maneuver 
Evaluator Notes 
Air Consumption Exercise  2002 
Edition, NFPA 1001 5.3.1, 5.3.5 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
SCBA while in a condition of physical stress, so that their 
breathing rate will be increased.  The objective is 
to obtain a better understanding of the individual work 
time, under fireground conditions, comparing the rate 
in minutes to pounds per square inch in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed. 
02/2007 
AIR CONSUMPTION Drill # 1 
Firefighter properly wears PPE and SCBA 
Firefighters BOTTLE SIZE (i.e 30 min, 45 min, 60 min) 
Firefighters STARTING Air Cylinder PSI  
Firefighters START TIME: 
Firefighters Lap Number 
Low Alarm Activation TIME: 
Firefighters Empty Bottle END TIME: 
Firefighters Total Operational TIME: 
AIR CONSUMPTION Drill # 2 
Firefighter properly wears PPE and SCBA 
Firefighters BOTTLE SIZE (i.e 30 min, 45 min, 60 min) 
Firefighters STARTING Air Cylinder PSI 
Firefighters START TIME: 
Firefighters Lap Number 
Low Alarm Activation TIME: 
Firefighters Empty Bottle END TIME: 
Firefighters Total Operational TIME: 
Evaluator Notes 
Maze Skills 
Maze Skills  2002 Editio
n, NFPA 1001 5.3.1, 5.3.5 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
successfully negotiate the maze with an obscured fa
cepiece without exhausting 
air supply in accordance 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
02/2007 
Turns on PASS device 
Stays low  
Sizes-up uncertain areas before entering 
Demonstrates procedures for restrictive areas 
Demonstrates confidence throughout maze 
Demonstrates no reckless actions while in maze 
Face piece remains covered and in place throughout 
Completes maze without exhausting air supply 
Evaluator Notes 
ent is placed in a ready stat
e or reported otherwise. – 2008 
Edition, NFPA 1001 5.5.1 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE          
Candidate's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
Evaluator's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
The firefighter, given a fire department SCBA and pr
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
h (never uses a paper towel) 
 
 
 
 
 
h and an approved cleaner/ disinfectant 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pass 
Evaluator Notes 
02/2010 
Operating Portable Fire Extinguis
hers  2002 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.3.16 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
proper fire extinguishment techniques in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed. 
02/2007 
Identifies class of fi
Correct fire extinguisher/agent is selected 
Verbalizes disrupting electrical current prio
r to extinguishing (class C fires only) 
Assures operation prior to using (fully
 charged and test fire extinguisher)   
Evaluator Notes 
Rolling Hose  2002 Editi
on, NFPA 1001 5.1.1.2, 5.3 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
      
donut roll, twin donut roll and self-loc
king twin donut roll while wearing fu
ll PPE in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
JPR 10-6, 10-7, 10-8, and 10-9
STRAIGHT ROLL 
Lays hose out straight and flat 
Rolls male coupling onto hose, starting the roll, leaving an opening large enough to 
insert fingers 
Continues rolling, forming an even roll 
As hose roll increases in size, edges are kept aligned 
Final roll is checked for uniformity, and any protruding coils are gently tamped into coil 
DONUT ROLL 
Lays hose out flat and straight, or doubles the hose with couplings even, and  
hose flat and parallel 
There are no twists in the hose 
Starts roll at a point off-center of hose, toward the male coupling 
Leaves sufficient space to insert fingers in roll 
When complete, male coupling is enclosed within roll by one layer of hose only and is 
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TWIN DONUT ROLL 
Places male and female couplings together, forming adjoining parallel lines 
Hose is flat without any twists 
Folds loop end over onto hose forming a V 
Rolls both lines simultaneously toward the couplings 
Finished hose roll is neat and tight, without any protruding hose, and stays 
Evaluator Notes on Back 
Loading/Advancing an Accordion Load 
Loading/Advancing an Accordion Hose Load (Rever
se Lay)  2002 Edition,
 NFPA 1001 5.1.1.2, 5.3 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
procedures for loading and advancing an accordion hose load for a reverse lay in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
  The student shall load all three (3) sections of 2" hose. The 
student may use an assistant to load the hose; however, 
the student must instruct 
the assistant as if he/she 
had no prior hose loading knowledge.  
JPR 10-13 and 10-14
02/2007 
LOADING 
Lays first length in bed against partition, on edge with female coupling in front corner 
Lays additional lengths parallel to firs
t, on edge, from back to front of hose bed 
First bend of hose is even with back edge of hose bed 
Every other bend is recessed approximately 2" from adjacent bend 
Hose is laid so that all couplings will pull straight out of hose bed without turning 
Hose is loaded so that couplings are not adjacent 
ADVANCING 
Ensures proper appliance is attached at end of hose 
Selects proper amount of hose to be pulled 
Pulls proper amount of hose halfway out and 
places it on shoulder with the appliance 
on the bottom 
Pulls additional hose allowing it to be dragged prior to using shoulder load 
At the point where shoulder load is to be deploy
ed, allows hose to flake off one fold at a 
Evaluator Notes 
Loading/Advancing a Flat Load 
Loading/Advancing a Flat Hose Load (Forward 
Lay)  2002 Edition, 
NFPA 1001 5.1.1.2, 5.3 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
     
procedure for loading and advancing a flat hose load 
for a forward lay in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
  The student shall load all three (3) sections of 2-1/2" hose. The 
student may use an assistant; however, t
he student must instruct
 the assistant as if he/she had no prior hose 
loading knowledge.  
JPR 10-15 and 10-16
02/2007 
LOADING 
Lays first length in bed against partition, flat
 with male coupling on the right of the bed 
tth
Makes bend in hose that is even with front edge of hose bed 
Lays hose on top of first length, angling it 
so that bend at rear of hose bed is  
next to first coupling 
Lays hose parallel to first length of hose and brings it to front of hose bed 
Makes bend in hose that is even with front edge of hose bed 
Lays hose on top of previous length angling off to side so that next bend is  
adjacent to previous bend at rear of hose bed 
Continues in this fashion until hose bed floor is covered 
Starts second tier by making a bend in ho
se that is approximately 2'' recessed  
from bend below and lays hose on top of hose below to front of hose bed 
Makes a bend at front of hose bed approximately 2'' recessed from bend below  
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Continues laying hose in this fashion until hose bed is full 
Hose is laid so that folds are staggered from
 one layer to the next, so that all couplings 
will pull straight out of the hose bed, and so 
that the couplings are not stacked on top of 
ADVANCING 
Ensures proper appliance is attached at end of hose 
Selects proper amount of hose to be pulled 
Pulls proper amount of hose halfway out and 
places it on shoulder with the appliance 
on the bottom 
Pulls additional hose allowing it to be dragged prior to using shoulder load 
Allows hose to flake off one fold
Evaluator Notes on Back 
Loading/Advancing Pre-connected Flat Load 
Loading/Advancing a Flat Load Pre-connected 
Bed  2002 Edition, NF
PA 1001 5.1.1.2, 5.3 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
line shall demonstrate the correct procedure for loading 
and advancing a flat load attack line in accordance 
with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
  The student may use an assistant; however, the 
student must instruct t
he assistant as if he/she had no prior knowledge.  
JPR 10-20
02/2007 
LOADING 
Lay the first fold length of hose flat in the bed against the side wall 
Angle the hose to lay the next fold length adjacent to the first fold length  
Continue building the first tier in this manner using approximately 1/3 of the  
total hose length 
Make a fold that extends approximately 8 beyond the load at this point 
(the loop created will later serve as a pull handle) 
Continue building the second tier in this manner using approximately 2/3 of the  
total hose length 
Make a fold that extends approximately 14 beyond the load at this point 
(the loop created will later serve as a pull handle) 
Continue building the third tier in this manner with the remaining hose 
Attach the nozzle and lay it on top of the load 
ADVANCING 
Put one arm through the longer loop 
Grasp the shorter loop with the hand of the same arm 
Grasp the nozzle with the other hand 
Pull the load from the bed using the pull loops 
Walk toward the fire, as the hose pulls taut in the hand loop, release the hand loop 
Continue to walk toward the fire, as the 
shoulder loop becomes taut, drop the loop 
Proceed until the hose is fully extended 
Evaluator Notes on Back 
Loading/Advancing Pre-connected Slot Load 
Loading/Advancing a Slot (Minuteman) Pre-connec
ted Bed  2002 Edition, 
NFPA 1001 5.1.1.2, 5.3 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
line shall demonstrate the correct procedure for loading a
nd advancing a slot (minuteman) load attack line in 
accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
 The student may use an assistant; 
however, the student must inst
ruct the assistant as if he/she had no prior knowledge.  
JPR 10-21 and 10-22
02/2007 
LOADING 
Flat lay the first half of the total hose length providing a pulling loop near the bottom 
of the load and leaving the last
Attach the nozzle to the remaining hose and 
continue the flat load with the nozzle  
end of the hose extended out the rear to be used as a pulling handle 
At the completion of the flat load, connect 
the last section of hose to the end of the 
bottom section of hose left outside the bed in
 step #2 so that the connected sections 
are on the top layer 
ADVANCING 
Lift up the nozzle and layers above it while pulling them out of the bed and placing 
them midway on the shoulder  
Step away to remove the remainder of the top layers 
Turn around and pull the loop to remove the remaining layers while walking  
Evaluator Notes 
Loading/Advancing a Triple-layer pre-connect
ed bed  2002 Edition, NF
PA 1001 5.1.1.2, 5.3 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
shall demonstrate the correct procedure for loading 
and advancing a triple-layer load attack line in 
accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
 The student may use an assistant; 
however, the student must inst
ruct the assistant as if he/she had no prior knowledge.  
JPR 10-23 and 10-24
02/2007 
LOADING 
Assures all sections of hose are joined 
Connects nozzle to hose 
Extends hose in a straight line away from engine 
Picks up hose at a point 2/3 of distance to nozzle end 
Carries fold toward engine and lays carried hose on top of first part of hose 
Forms three layers of hose, stacked one on the other, with fold at each end 
Uses assistants to help simultaneously load all three layers into engine hose bed 
Staggers folds 
Continues laying hose into the bed until the entire length is loaded.  Slips fold thru bail 
of nozzle (if bail is large enough) 
ADVANCING 
Places first fold with nozzle over the shoulder while facing in the direction of travel 
Advances hose until entire load has cleared the bed 
Drops fold and advances 
nozzle to objective 
Evaluator Notes 
Making the Hydrant Connection  2002 
Edition, NFPA 1001 
5.1.1.2, 5.3.1.5 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
shall demonstrate connecting the section of hose to engi
ne and the fire hydrant, and, when instructed by the 
evaluator, shall close and drain the hy
drant and disconnect the section of 
hose in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.  
02/2007 
Takes appropriate amount of hose a
nd all equipment necessary to make  
hydrant connection 
Wraps hose around hydrant 
Places foot on hose and signals driver to proceed 
Places valve on hydrant discharge away from fire and assures valve is closed 
Removes caps 
Flushes hydrant 
Leaves hydrant wrench on valve stem 
HYDRANT SHUT-DOWN 
Opens valve to release pressure 
Disconnects hose 
Disconnects valve 
Replaces caps only after assuring hydrant is drained 
Evaluator Notes 
Loading/Advancing a Horseshoe Load 
Loading/Advancing a Horseshoe Load Supply Line 
 2002 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.1.1.2, 5.3 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
shall demonstrate the procedures for loading and adv
ancing a horseshoe supply hose load forward lay in 
accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
  The student must load all three (3) sections 
of 2" hose. The student may use an assistant to l
oad the hose; however, the student must instruct the 
assistant as if he/she had no prior hose loading knowledge.  
JPR 10-17 and 10-18
02/2007 
LOADING 
Lays first length in bed against partition on edge with coupling at rear 
Lays hose around perimeter of bed, so that 
it comes back to rear of hose bed, on 
opposite side of first bend 
Makes bend in hose and lays hose around per
Lays succeeding lengths progressively inward toward the center, until hose bed is filled 
Hose is laid so that all couplings will pull straight out of hose bed without turning 
Hose is loaded so that couplings are not adjacent and folds are staggered 
ADVANCING 
Ensures proper appliance is attached at end of hose 
Selects proper amount of hose to be pulled 
Pulls proper amount of hose halfway out and 
places it on shoulder with the appliance 
on the bottom 
Pulls additional hose allowing it to be dragged prior to using shoulder load 
Allows hose to flake off one fold
Evaluator Notes 
Single Hose Section Drain and Carry  
2002 Edition, NFPA
 1001 5.1.1.2, 5.3.1 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
carry of that hose, in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
02/2007 
Picks up one coupling and places in belly area 
Coupling rests approximately at the hips 
Holds hose in front of self with both hands 
Feeds hose over shoulder, forming alternate loops in front and in back, while  
lkitd
itd
Candidate walks under hose without dragging hose 
Each loop does not extend past candidates knee 
Both couplings are held in front of body when finished 
Hose remains on candidates shoulder throughout procedure 
Evaluator Notes 
Extending Hoseline (Break-apart Nozzle) 
 2002 Edition, NF
PA 1001 5.1.1.2, 5.3 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
50 section of 1 hose (or 1 hose with 1 coup
lings) and an additional nozzle, shall demonstrate the 
correct procedure for shutting down the charged hoseli
ne, extending the hoseline by
 additional 50 using the 
break-apart nozzle, and charging the extended hoseline as outlined in Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., 
(This skill could also be done using a 2 hose extension with proper adapters.)
JPR 10-32
02/2007 
Shut down charged line at break-apart nozzle 
Remove nozzle tip from break-apart nozzle assembly 
Add additional hose to break-apart handle as
sembly (using adapters if necessary) 
Connect nozzle to end of extended hoseline 
Check with firefighter at the nozzle  prepared to charge hoseline 
Charge extended hoseline by opening contro
l valve at break-apart nozzle assembly 
Evaluator Notes 
Candidate's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
shall demonstrate properly cleaning and inspecting the fi
Firefighter's Handbook, 3rd ed. (T
personal protective equipment will be worn) 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
as applicable) 
 
 
 
 
 
Pass 
Evaluator Notes 
02/2010 
Using Stops to Stem Sprinkler Head 
Flow  2002 Edition, 
NFPA 1001 5.1.1.2, 5.3 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
simulator shall demonstrate the correct procedure for 
stemming the flow of an activated sprinkler head in 
accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.  
02/2007 
Select the right stop for the head discharging water 
Use the appropriate ladder to reach the sprinkler head (if necessary) 
Apply stop and tighten until flow stops 
Evaluator Notes 
Single Firefighter Ladder Carry and Raise  
2002 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.
3.6, 5.3.12, 5.3.13 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
ladder, in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
02/2007 
 High shoulder  Low shoulder   Extended arm  
Checks for overhead obstructions before raising  
Butts ladder against building 
Raises ladder using Rung Raise   
Ladder is brought to a vertical position against building 
Ladder is stable and under control 
Ladder butt is positioned appropriate distance from building 
Before climbing, candidate checks climbing angle and tip placement, corrects if 
necessary 
Candidate safely climbs to the assigned point 
(maintains hand contact with ladder at all 
times while climbing) 
Candidate safely descends ladder (maintains hand contact with ladder at all times) 
Candidate correctly lowers ladder to ground 
Evaluator Notes 
Two Firefighter Extension Ladder Deployment 
 2002 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
The candidate working with a partner
climbing angle, and climb the ladder, in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
JPR 14-1, 14-2, 14-3, 14-6, 14-7, 14-9, 14-11
02/2007 
Carries ladder a distance of 50' to the building using an approved method 
Checks for overhead obstructions before raising  
Butts ladder correctly, appropriate distance from building 
Raises ladder to a vertical position using Rung Raise or Beam Raise 
Fly section extended to an appropriate height 
Ladder is stable and under control at all times 
Halyard is secured and locks are visually checked 
Candidate safely climbs to the assigned point 
(maintains hand contact with ladder at all 
times while climbing) and applies leg lock 
Ladder is footed at all times 
Candidate safely descends ladder (maintains hand contact with ladder at all times) 
Candidate correctly lowers ladder to ground 
Evaluator Notes 
Two Firefighter Roof Ladder Deployment 
Two Firefighter Extension Ladder Deployment 
 2002 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
an appropriate ladder, raise the ladder to the roof 
and deploy the roof ladder following the hooks first 
02/2007 
Carries, raises and secures extension ladder using an approved method 
Checks for overhead obstructions before raising  
Tip of extension ladder is a minimum of 5 rungs above roof edge 
Extends roof hooks and places roof ladder on shoulder 
Lead firefighter climbs to roof level on extens
ion ladder, applies leg lock and slides roof 
ladder (on beam or hooks) until hooks go over ridge 
Second firefighter climbs to an appropriate height, applies leg lock, and assists raising 
roof ladder 
Ladder is stable and under control at all times 
Candidate safely descends ladder (maintains hand contact with ladder at all times) 
Candidate correctly lowers ladder to ground 
Evaluator Notes 
 
Pass 
Fail 
 
Candidate's Name 
Evaluator's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
ladder, cleaning supplies, marker, proper lubricant and 
personal protective equipment, shall demonstrate properly cleaning and visually checking a fire department 
ground ladder, in accordance with the manufactu
 
 
 
 
 
Examine all beams, guides, halyard, cables, pawls, pulleys, rails, 
 and lubricate, if necessary 
 
 
Pass 
Evaluator Notes 
02/2010 
Tying Knots  2002 Edit
ion, NFPA 1001 5.1.1.2 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
      
The candidate, given a section of rope, shall demonstr
ate the correct procedure for tying the knots as 
outlined here, while wearing gloves in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
JPR 15-2, 15-3, 15-4, 15-5, 
15-7, 15-8, 15-9, and 15-10
BOWLINE AROUND OBJECT 
 Tied correctly within 20 seconds 
CLOVE HITCH IN THE OPEN 
 Tied correctly within 10 seconds 
CLOVE HITCH ON HORIZONTAL OBJECT 
 Tied correctly within 20 seconds 
FIGURE 8 IN THE END OF ROPE 
 Tied correctly within 10 seconds 
FIGURE 8 FOLLOW THROUGH 
 Tied correctly within 20 seconds 
 Tied correctly within 10 seconds 
 Tied correctly within 20 seconds 
Evaluator Notes
Hoisting Tools and Equipment 
Hoisting Tools and Equipment  2002 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.3.12 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
  JPR 15-15, 15-17, 15-18, 15-19 and 15-20 
Time limit for this station is 5 
Tie for hoisting a pick-head axe 
Tie for hoisting an exhaust fan 
Tie for hoisting a section of 1 or 1 hose with nozzle (uncharged) 
Tie for hoisting a section of 1 or 1 hose with nozzle (charged) 
Tie for hoisting a roof ladder 
Tie for hoisting a pike pole 
Evaluator Notes 
 
Pass 
Fail 
 
Candidate's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
Evaluator's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
Firefighter's Handbook, 3rd ed. 
twisting the rope for laid rope OR feeling 
ve damaged rope from service when asked by 
the evaluator. 
 
 
 
Pass 
Evaluator Notes 
02/2010 
Victim Carries and Drags  2002 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.3.9 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
  The student may use an assistant; how
ever, the student must instruct the 
assistant as if he/she had no prior knowledge.  
JPR 16-2, 16-3, 16-4, and 16-5 
02/2007 
Rescuer 1 grabs the victims arms and pulls
 them into a seated position with knees 
Rescuer 2 kneels behind the victim and crosses the victims arms across chest and 
reaches under arm pits and grabs the victims wrists 
Rescuer 1 faces away from the vict
With back straight and using leg muscles, both 
Rescuers face each other and grasps own 
right forearm just above the wrist 
Rescuers then grasp each others left forearm and kneel onto the ground on one knee 
Victim is instructed to sit on rescuers
Raise the victims arm closest to the rescue
r, roll the victim onto his side closest to 
CLOTHING DRAG 
Place the victim on the back, arrange clot
hing to provide support to the head and neck 
Grasp top of the victims clothing on each 
side of the victims head, supporting the head 
Evaluator Notes on Back 
Victim Carries and Drags  2002 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.3.9 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
firefighters drag, and rescue of a firefighter wearing an SCBA in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters 
Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
JPR 16-6, 16-8, and 16-9 
02/2007 
With the patient lying face up, place webbing loop under each arm, coming up under 
the armpits 
With two loops above victims head, adjust loops so that the loop coming from under the 
armpits is snug against the patients back.  
Pull the longer loop so that the webbing snug
s up under the armpits and provides some 
FIREFIGHTERS DRAG 
With the victim facing up, tie the victim
Stradle the victim and place the victims 
bound wrists over rescuers head and behind 
RESCUE OF A FIREFIGHTER WEARING AN SCBA 
Roll the firefighter onto the side, ensuring that 
air supply is not compromised; verify that 
SCBA is securely fastened on the firefighter. 
Grasp the shoulder straps of the firefighter
s SCBA and drag the firefighter from the 
Evaluator Notes 
Placing a Patient on a Backboard and Stokes 
Placing a patient on a backboard  2002 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.3.9 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
The candidate, given a backboard and a stokes baske
t, shall while working as a team, demonstrate placing 
  Candidate will be assisted by a trained rescuer 
who will conduct patient assessment and properly 
secure patient to backboard.  
JPR 16-10  
02/2007 
PLACING A PATIENT ON A BACKBOARD 
While wearing appropriate PPE, candidate main
tains manual stabilization while trained 
rescuer checks pulse, movement, and sensation 
Cervical Collar is applied by trained rescuer while maintaining manual stabilization 
Two additional candidates take position 
at patients shoulder and pelvis, reaching 
across the patient and grasping the patie
nts shoulder and pelvis respectively 
On command of the candidate holding manual 
stabilization, the team rolls the patient 
onto the patients side 
Trained rescuer places the backboard under the patient 
On command, the team rolls 
the patient onto the backboard 
Once patient is centered on the backboard, 
the trained rescuer secures the patient to 
the backboard and checks pulse, movement, and sensation 
Communicate with partner before lifting 
Candidates should lift together and 
Candidates secure patient in stokes
Evaluator Noteson Back
2008 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.3.9 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE          
 
 
 
 
 
 
Evaluator's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
Firefighter's Handbook, 3rd ed.
JPR 16-6 & 16-7 
 
 
window and prepare to receive victim. 
 
 
 
 
de the victim’s neck and firmly against the 
lower shoulder while grasping the beam of the 
ladder in order to hold the weight of the 
upper torso. 
 
lide victim down ladder in a controlled manner 
until reaching the base of the ladder. 
 
fighter is assisted by additional rescuers in 
moving the victim to awaiting EMS personnel. 
 
ctim’s top leg into the groin area of the 
victim and grasp the beam of the ladder to 
support the weight of the lower torso and 
legs. 
 
under the victim’s armpit and grasp the beam 
of the ladder to hold the weight of the victim’s upper torso. 
 
fighter is assisted by additional rescuers in 
moving the victim to awaiting EMS personnel. 
 
Evaluator Notes on back 
ition, NFPA 1001 5.1.2, 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE          
 
Pass 
Fail 
 
Candidate's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
Evaluator's Name 
an area of obscured visibility, a team member, a 
Firefighter's Handbook, 3rd ed. 
 
ly wearing full PPE /SCBA 
AND
is also properly wearing full PPE/SCBA. 
 
nders are FULL and functioning properly 
 
 
 is on correct frequency and is working 
 
 
control of the door and closin
 
 
 
 
 
 
Report conditions and status to assigned exterior supervisor via radio 
 
 
Pass 
Evaluator Notes 
01/2010 
ion, NFPA 1001 5.3.3 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE          
Candidate's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
Evaluator's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
Firefighter's Handbook, 3rd ed. 
and continually observes upstream vehicle traffic 
apparatus 
oncoming drivers 
Pass 
02/2010 
Forcible Entry  Conventional and Through the 
Forcible Entry  2002 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.3.4 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
      
shall demonstrate the size up of the door, the selecti
on of the proper tools and the correct procedures for 
gaining access through the door in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed. 
JPR 17-1, 17-2, 17-3, and 17-4 
02/2007 
Checks to see if door is locked 
Checks direction of swing 
Selects appropriate tools for task decided upon 
Considers pulling hinges [
 evaluator states can't be done
Has partner drive tool in against door stop 
Driven tool is pried away from door separating door and jamb 
Continues prying, clearing lock from keeper and opening door 
Checks to see if door is locked 
Checks direction of swing 
Selects appropriate tools for task decided upon 
Considers pulling hinges [
evaluator states can't be done
Has partner use flat head ax to drive halligan down until K-tool is forced behind the ring 
Halligan tool is pried upward pulling cylinder out 
Checks back of cylinder for stem type 
Inserts appropriate tool, turns locking mechanism and opens door 
Evaluator Noteson Back
Power Tool Maintenance  2002 Edition, NFPA 1001 6.5.2 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
equipment, according to manufacturers recommendations and in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters 
Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed. 
02/2007 
Can operate all supplied equipment within manufacturers guidelines (changing saw 
blades/chains) 
Identifies correct fuel and lubricants for supplied power equipment   
Demonstrates fueling and lubricating supplied power equipment   
Demonstrates cleaning procedures for supplied power equipment 
Identifies procedures for reporting
 defective equipment (verbalized) 
Performs rudimentary preventative maint
enance (filter replacement, spark plug 
replacement, belt replacement, and tightening nuts/bolts) 
Evaluator Notes 
 – 2008 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.5.1
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE          
Candidate's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
Evaluator's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
hand tools and cleaning and maintenance supplies, shall 
re department hand tools, in accordance with the 
Check for cracks, blisters, or splinters 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dry with soft, dry cloth 
 
 
unintended flat spots 
 
 (does NOT over sharpen cutting edge) 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pass 
Evaluator Notes 
Ventilation  2002 Ed
ition, NFPA 1001 5.3.11 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
and safely open a roof for vertical ventilation in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS 
02/2007 
Brings necessary tools to roof 
Checks for signs of unsafe conditions 
Properly verbalizes techniques to students 
Finds appropriate location for opening 
Locates roof supports 
Opens inspection hole 
Verbalizes appropriate size for opening 
Tools used safely 
Roof supports are not cut 
Opening cleared to fire area 
Evaluator Notes 
 
Pass 
Fail 
 
Candidate's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The firefighter, given PPE/ SCBA, necessary t
team member(s),  shall demonstrate performing forced (positive-pressure) mechanical ventilation by using 
or creating intake and exhaust openings as needed, coor
Firefighter's Handbook, 3rd ed. 
entry (introduction) opening and place PPV or 
rger than the entry (introduction) point and 
is located opposite of the entry (int
roduction) point in the structure 
OR
 in accordance 
with fan manufacturer’s operating instructions. 
 
eady exhaust opening for use in a safe manner  
    (If necessary, enlargen exit (ex
haust) opening and/or remove any remaining 
obstructions) 
 
Op Section Chief and starts fan blowing at 
entry (introduction) point opening 
 
than entry (introduction) point opening, adjusts 
fan placement if necessary 
 
eam member to coordinate operation 
 
 
osing interior doors as necessary. 
 
 
Pass 
Evaluator Notes 
01/2010 
 
Pass 
Fail 
 
Candidate's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
Evaluator's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
SCBA, exhaust fan, supporting tools and equipment, and 
ladders, shall demonstrate performing horizontal ventilation of a structure by creating intake and exhaust 
 
t use of negative ventilation based on given 
scenario 
 
 
the fan with salvage covers or other 
material 
 
Pass 
Evaluator Notes 
01/2010 
Interior Structure Attack  2002 Edit
ion, NFPA 1001 5.1.1.
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's Signature   
       
extinguish an interior structure fire including overhaul in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 
02/2007 
Deploys appropriate attack line (corre
ctly pulled/advanced and charged/bleed before 
entry) 
countered/anticipated) 
weakened structure, and presence
 of hazardous materials) 
Ladders (if used) correctly spotted and placed 
Appropriate fire stream application (t
Extinguishes fire 
Overhauls fire with concern for evidence preservation 
Overhauls fire with concern fo
r building/structural integrity 
Maintains team accountability 
Evaluator Notes 
Interior Structure Attack  2002 Edit
ion, NFPA 1001 5.1.1.
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's Signature   
       
extinguish an interior structure fire including overhaul in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 
02/2007 
Passenger Vehicle Fire  2002 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.3.7 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
extinguish a passenger vehicle fire including overhaul in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 
02/2007 
Deploys appropriate attack line (cor
rectly pulled/advanced and charged/bleed) 
Identifies/controls/avoids hazards (verbalized) (a
lternative fuels and multiple fuel tanks) 
Extinguishes fire (recognizable fire stre
am and application technique, applies from 
uninvolved to involved areas, and uphill/upwind) 
Overhauls involved vehicle compartments 
(remove unburned class A materials) 
Demonstrates ability to access vehicle compartments (tools available and 
tk()/hd()d)
Maintains team accountability 
Evaluator Notes 
Turning off building utilities – 2008 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE          
Candidate's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
tools, shall demonstrate locating and properly turning off the utilities to a structur
e, as outlined in Delmar 
 
Evaluator asks candidate to locate at least TWO of the following 
 
 
 
 
eakers to “OFF” position 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pass 
Evaluator Notes 
01/2010 
Emergency Scene Illumination  2002 Edit
ion, NFPA 1001 5.1.1.
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
area(s) as directed by the evaluator in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed. 
02/2007 
Considers grounding of generator (may be verbalized) 
Assures generator readiness and 
performance (checks fuel/oil) 
Identifies limitations of power supply equip
ment (load cannot exceed amperage of 
circuit breaker, total load cannot exc
eed output of generator, and fuel dependent) 
Identifies hazards associated with electric
Operates equipment within manufacturers guidelines 
Illuminates area(s) as directed 
Evaluator Notes 
Salvage Cover Roll and Fold  2002 
Edition, NFPA 1001 5.
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
The candidate, given an assistant, shall demonstrate 
the correct procedure for preparing a salvage cover 
and covering furniture, using both rolled and folded sa
lvage cover techniques in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed. 
JPR 20-1 and 20-2
02/2007 
Creates inside/outside folds with an assistant 
Rolls cover to one end 
Cover deployed correctly (unrolled from one end and edges tucked under furniture) 
FOLDED SALVAGE COVER FOR 1 FF SPREAD 
Creates inside/outside folds with an assistant 
Folds cover to one end with an assistant 
Cover deployed correctly (unfolded from one end and edges tucked under furniture) 
Evaluator Notes 
Salvage Cover Roll and Fold  2002 
Edition, NFPA 1001 
5.1.1.2, 5.3.14 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
The candidate, given an assistant, shall demonstrate 
the correct procedure for preparing a salvage cover 
and covering furniture, using both rolled and folded sa
lvage cover techniques in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.  
JPR 20-3, 20-4 and 20-5
02/2007 
Folds cover in half lengthwise (2 times)  
Folds cover in half widthwise (2 times) with an assistant 
Folds cover in half widthwise again (2 times) with an assistant 
SHOULDER TOSS 
Places folded salvage cover over arm 
Uses straight arm movement and tosses cover over furniture 
Cover deployed correctly with assistant (f
ully covers furniture and edges tucked under 
NOTE: Upon evaluator direction, the salvage cover shall be removed and 
refolded by candidate and assistant using salvage cover fold 
Candidate, with an assistant, unfolds salvage cover next to furniture 
Cover deployed correctly with assistant (f
ully covers furniture and edges tucked under 
Evaluator Notes 
ion, NFPA 1001 5.1.2, 5.3.13 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE          
Candidate's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 shall demonstrate properly performing overhaul at a 
discovered and extinguished with any evidence present 
 
and breathes air from cylinder 
 
 
Selects proper equipment and extinguishing source for the overhaul according to the 
touch, sound, and/ or electronic sensor 
 
 
 
 
 
 
gns of origin and cause of fire 
 
 
Pass 
Evaluator Notes 
01/2010 
Clean and check salvage equipment
 – 2008 Edition, NFPA 1001 5.5.1
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE          
 
Pass 
Fail 
 
Candidate's Name 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
lvage equipment and covers, in accordance with the 
Firefighter's Handbook, 3rd ed. 
 
 
Salvage Cover 
 
 
 
 
ing assistants hold the cover above their 
Pass 
Evaluator Notes 
02/2010 
Follow Hoseline  2002 Editio
n, NFPA 1001 5.3.1, 5.3.5 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
of a room, shall locate a hoseline and follow the hosel
ine to the exterior within 60 seconds in accordance 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed. 
02/2007 
Searches room to find hose line 
Follows hose line until a coupling is located 
Evaluator states "You have one minute to 
Evaluator Starts Timing)
Moves from female to 
male coupling following hose to exterior. 
Time from locating coupling to exit from room does not exceed 60 seconds 
Evaluator Notes 
First Floor Window Bailout  2002 
Edition, NFPA 1001 5.3.1, 5.3.5 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
emergency exit (may be simulated) and then perform t
he emergency exit procedure from a first story window 
in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed. 
Time limit for this station is 5 minutes; however, ca
ndidate has 30 seconds to demonstrate simulation of 
clearing the window of glass and obstructions.   
02/2007 
Candidate locates an appropriate window for exit 
Stays low and strikes window glass as high as possible in middle of pane 
Striking action continues to bottom corner of window 
Uses sweeping motion to clear remaining glass 
Any additional obstructions are cleared 
Time to this point does not exceed 30 seconds 
Locates and grasps window
Maintains hold on window sill and goes head first out window 
Stays low while passing through window and 
Protective gear is worn co
rrectly throughout evolution 
Evaluator Notes 
Exit Location  2002 Editio
n, NFPA 1001 5.3.1, 5.3.5 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
used for emergency exit in 60 seconds in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.
Time limit for this station is 5 minutes; however the candidate must spend no more than 60 seconds 
locating and identifying an exit location.   
02/2007 
Candidate searches room to find exterior wall 
Evaluator states "You have one minute to
 locate and emergency exit."   
Evaluator Starts Timing)
Uses high hand sweeps of walls to help locate exit 
Locates emergency exit (
must be verbalized
If this exit is not suitable for emer
gency exit, candidate continues search 
Candidate stays low at all times and oriented once locating wall  
Once exterior wall is located, finds emergency exit in 60 seconds or less 
Evaluator Notes 
Calling the Mayday  2002 Ed
ition, NFPA 1001 5.3.1, 5.3.5 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
proper procedures for using a radio to call a mayday.  
This skill must be preformed in five different body 
positions using left hand and right hand in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed. 
02/2007 
Laying face up and calls mayday with right hand 
Laying face up and calls mayday with left hand 
Laying face down and calls mayday with right hand 
Laying face down and calls mayday with left hand 
Laying on left side and calls mayday with right hand 
Laying on left side and calls mayday with left hand 
Laying on right side and calls mayday with right hand 
Laying on right side and calls mayday with left hand 
Kneeling bent over and calls mayday with right hand 
Candidate gives proper location on all maydays 
Candidate gives correct information on all maydays 
Candidate speaks clearly, slowly, and calmly 
Candidate verifies information with command 
Evaluator Notes 
Calling the Mayday  2002 Ed
ition, NFPA 1001 5.3.1, 5.3.5 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
proper procedures for using a radio to call a mayday in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 
02/2007 
CALLING MAYDAY WHEN LOST/TRAPPED 
Depresses emergency identifier button (if applicable) 
n and properly depresses 
Speaks into microphone CL
EARLY, SLOWLY, CALMLY 
Gives NAME, LOCATION, and JOB ASSIGNMENT 
Gives plan of action 
Gives information on resources needed 
Verifies accurate information is received by command 
CALLING MAYDAY WHEN STUCK 
Depresses emergency identifier button (if applicable) 
n and properly depresses 
Speaks into microphone CL
EARLY, SLOWLY, CALMLY 
Gives NAME, LOCATION, and JOB ASSIGNMENT 
Gives plan of action 
Gives information on resources needed 
Verifies accurate information is received by command 
CALLING MAYDAY AFTER SIMULATED COLLAPSE 
Depresses emergency identifier button (if applicable) 
n and properly depresses 
Speaks into microphone CL
EARLY, SLOWLY, CALMLY 
Gives NAME, LOCATION, and JOB ASSIGNMENT 
Gives plan of action 
Gives information on resources needed 
Verifies accurate information is received by command 
Evaluator Notes on Back 
Identify Chemical Hazards  
2002 Edition, NFPA 472 4.1.1.2 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
simulated 
possible
 chemical spill, leak or fire environment, shall identify the name, UN/NA identification 
number, or type placard from the simulated chemical in
volved, collect information from the NAERG and state 
actions and notification processe
s in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.   
02/2007 
Enters simulated scene area wear
ing full PPE and SCBA (activated) 
Maintains safe distance at all times 
Identifies the name, UN/NA identification num
ber, or type placard from the simulated 
chemical involved 
Collects and verbally reports information from the NAERG 
Verbally states possible protective actions 
Verbally states possibl
e notification processes 
Evaluator Notes 
Emergency Decontamination  
2002 Edition, NFPA 472 5.3.4 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
and a simulated victim exposed to a hazardous materi
al, shall perform and emergency decontamination of 
such victim in accordance with Delmar, 
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed.   
02/2007 
NOTE: Candidate shall be advised that simulated victim has 
contaminated with a corrosive material 
Establishes location for emergency decon site (away from storm drains) 
Deploys tarp or other run-off containment device 
Simulated victims clothing removed (to gym shorts) 
Safely deploys and connects all equipment with assistance 
Performs emergency decontamination using water 
Evaluator Notes 
Air Monitoring  2002 Edition, NFPA 472 6.2.1.3 
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
     
 Candidate's Name  Date    
       
 Evaluator's Name  Evaluator's 
 Signature   
       
possible
Firefighters Handbook, 2 ed., NYS ed. 
02/2007 
Clears/calibrates monitor prior to entering simulated environment 
Enters simulated environment 
Samples atmosphere in two locations (two samples) 
Verbally reports both sample results 
Safely exits simulated atmosphere 
Evaluator Notes 
NYS FIREFIGHTER
 
I
 
 
     
SKILLS SHEETS 
–
 
MASTER LIST
 
(Revised 2010)
 
 
 
 
 
Skill 5
-
1 Responding on an Apparatus (01
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 6
-
1 Donning PPE
 
 
Skill 7
-
1 Donning SCBA
 
Skill
 
7
-
2 Inspecting SCBA
 
Skill 7
-
2A Filling SCBA 
–
 
Cascade
 
Skill 7
-
2B Filling SCBA 
–
 
Compressor
 
Skill 7
-
3 SCBA Emergencies
 
Skill 7
-
4 Wall Breach 
–
 
Swim/Dive
 
Skill 7
-
5 Low Profile 
 
Skill 7
-
6 Full Escape
 
Skill 7
-
7 Air Consumption
 
Skill 7
-
8 Maze
 
Skill 7
-
9 Cleaning and Sanitizing SCBA (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 8
-
1 Portable Fire Extinguishers
 
 
Skill 10
-
1 Rolling Hose
 
Skill 10
-
2 Loading/Advancing Accordion Load
 
Skill 10
-
3 Loading/Advancing Flat Load
 
Skill 10
-
4 Loading/Advancing Pre
-
Connected Flat Load
 
Skill 10
-
5 Loading/Advancing Pre
-
connected Slot Load
 
Skill 10
-
6 Loading/Advancing Triple
-
layer Load
 
Skill
 
10
-
7 Water Supply: Hydrant Connection
 
Skill 10
-
8 Loading/Advancing Horseshoe Load
 
Skill 10
-
9 Single Hose Section Carry and Drain
 
Skill 10
-
10 Extending Hoselines with Break
-
apart Nozzle
 
Skill 10
-
12 Cleaning and Inspecting Fire Hose (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 12
-
1
 
St
emming Sprinkler Head Flow
 
 
Skill 1
4
-
1
 
Single FF Ladder Carry and Raise
 
Skill 14
-
2
 
Two FF Ladder Carry and Raise
 
Skill 14
-
3
 
Two FF Roof Ladder Deployment
 
Skill 14
-
4 Clean and Visually Check Ground Ladder (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 15
-
1
 
Knots
 
Skill 15
-
2
 
Hoisting Tool
s and Equipment
 
Skill 15
-
3 Clean and Check Life Safety or Utility Rope (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 16
-
1
 
Victim Carries and Drags
 
Skill 16
-
2
 
Interior FF Drags
 
Skill 16
-
3
 
Placing Patient on Backboard and Stokes
 
Skill 16
-
4 Cradle Carry a Victim Down a Ladder (03
-
2010)
 
S
kill 16
-
5 Conduct Search and Rescue in a Structure (02
-
2010)
 
Skill 16
-
6 Operate in Established Work Areas at Emergency Scene (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 17
-
1
 
Forcible Entry 
–
 
Conventional and Through the Lock
 
Skill 17
-
2 Power Tool Maintenance
 
 
Skill 17
-
3 Clean and 
Check Forcible Entry and Vent Hand Tools (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 18
-
1
 
Ventilation 
–
 
Roof 
 
Skill 18
-
2 PPV Horizontal Vent (02
-
2010)
 
Skill 18
-
3 Negative Pressure Horizontal Vent (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 19
-
2
 
Interior Structure Fire
 
Skill 19
-
3
 
Passenger Vehicle Fire
 
Skill 1
9
-
5 Turn Off Building Utilities (02
-
2010)
 
 
Skill 20
-
1
 
Emergency Scene Illumination
 
Skill 20
-
2
 
Salvage Cover and Roll
 
Skill 20
-
3
 
Two FF Salvage Cover Fold and Toss
 
Skill 20
-
4 Overhaul Fire Scene (02
-
2010)
 
Skill 20
-
5 Clean and Check Salvage Equipment (02
-
201
0)
 
 
Skill 23
-
1
 
Survival Skills: Follow Hoseline
 
Skill 23
-
2
 
Survival Skills: 1
st
 
Floor Window Bailout
 
Skill 23
-
3
 
Survival Skills: Exit Location
 
Skill 23
-
4
 
Survival Skills: Calling the Mayday #1
 
Skill 23
-
5
 
Survival Skills: Calling the Mayday #2
 
 
Skill 26
-
1
 
Identifying Chemical Hazards Using NAERG
 
 
Skill 28
-
1
 
Emergency Decontamination of a Simulated Victim
 
 
Skill 29
-
1
 
Air Monitoring to Determine Presence of CO Gas