Security Guard Practice Test 1 (10 Questions)
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1. Question1 points
Which materials among the ones listed below can cause a class B fire?
Class B/C: Flammable liquid and gas
These are fires whose fuel is flammable or combustible liquid or gas. The US system designates all such fires “Class B”.
In the European/Australian system, flammable liquids are designated “Class B”, while burning gases are separately designated “Class C”.
These fires follow the same basic fire tetrahedron (heat, fuel, oxygen, chemical reaction) as ordinary combustible fires, except that the fuel in question is a flammable liquid such as gasoline, or gas such as natural gas.
A solid stream of water should never be used to extinguish this type because it can cause the fuel to scatter, spreading the flames.
The most effective way to extinguish a liquid or gas fueled fire is by inhibiting the chemical chain reaction of the fire, which is done by dry chemical and Halon extinguishing agents, although smothering with CO2 or, for liquids, foam is also effective.
Halon has fallen out of favor in recent times because it is an ozone-depleting material; the Montreal Protocol declares that Halon should no longer be used. Chemicals such as FM-200 are now the recommended halogenated suppressant.
2. Question1 points
After the detention of a person, a security guard can lawfully search the person under the following scenarios?
3. Question1 points
What is a fire triangle?
4. Question1 points
While on patrol in a shopping mall you come across a disabled person having problems with their wheelchair. What will you do?
5. Question1 points
As a Security guard what is the purpose for Patrol?
6. Question1 points
In order to maintain a good working relationship with the local law enforcement, you should:
7. Question1 points
You are standing security guard/proprietary private security officer inside a department store and you observe two men coming out of a bar across the street. They start to fight. you should:
8. Question1 points
As a security guard, what do you understand about the term “Piggybacking”?
9. Question1 points
While you are on your patrol, you come across an injured person. He refuses your offer to help even after you assure him that you are trained in first aid. What is your best course of action under this situation?
10. Question1 points
The primary role of a security guard/proprietary private security officer should be to ________?