Out of Service Criteria for Emergency Vehicles 110.03.01

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A unit placed out of service will have what do to that unit?a 81/2"x11" sheet of paper taped to the dash that states out of service with the reason and date
Any deficiencies with the following 6 system components out of service will be determined by the Shift CommanderBody mounting, cab mounting, steering wheel, required cab instrumentation, defrosters, air conditioning
Measurement of center axle front to rear length greater than 1 " between left and right sides
Tires that have a tread depth of less than ....on any steering axle or ....on any none steering axle4/32" or 2/32"
Field guide measure adequate tread depth what is used and how to use it?upside down penny. top of the tread is not beyond the top of lincolns head that tire should be replaced
Service brakes that have an air pressure drop of more than......for straight chassis with the engine stopped and the service brake released.more than 2 psi in 1 minute
Air compressor that fails to build air pressure from .......with engine at full RPM85 psi to 100psi in 45 seconds
Air compressor that fails to maintain ......with the service brakes applied and the engine at idle80psi to 90 psi in the system
If ABS warning indicator indicates a problem....a mechanic will determine out-of-service status
The out of service criteria is referenced from what NFPA NFPA 1911 2007 edition
Final authority to determine the out of service status of an emergency vehicle will bethe BC shift commander
It is the responsibility of all personnel toidentify and report deficiencies in emergency vehicle operations
It is the responsibility of the Logistics Division Supervisor to ensure emergency vehicles returned to service have been repaired correctly