Team Trainer Test III
In order to get 100%, you must answer all of the following correctly.
1.  Barefaced exploration should be attempted only when:

2.  In the Code of federal regulations 49.2, "Availability of mine rescue teams" clearly outlines the requirements of a mine rescue team except teams operating under 49.3 or 49.4.

3.  It is much easier to remove a concentration of sulfur dioxide by ventilation than it is to remove the same concentration of hydrogen.

4.  Which of the following is not a heavy hydrocarbon?

5.  Sulfur Dioxide gas in concentrations as low as _____________ is dangerous to life.

6.  If you took a ventilation reading in a drift 14 feet wide and 16 feet high and record a true reading of 1200 fpm, what is the CFM?

7.  Taking a reading in a drift 10 feet wide and 10 feet high and a true reading of 1000 feet per minute the CFM would be.

8.  If a survivor is found in contaminated or questionable air and is fully conscious and ready to travel, the team should:

9.  In body recovery, a muscular individual will begin putrefaction sooner then an obese person.

10.  If a body is found the first thing a team member should do is check all of his/her pockets and look for stuff that will identify him/her.

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