EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF OPERATIONAL DEPLOYMENT ON FIRE TANKERS OF THE LIGHT AND HEAVY CLASS USING STANDARDS
Efficiency of preparation of firemen of shtatnikh of fire-rescue subdivisions is tested to the leadthrough operative development of fire tank-cars of easy and heavy classes with the use of norms which act on the armament of fire-rescue subdivisions of DSSU of Ukraine lately within the framework of harmonization with the European requirements of EN 1846.
Results of distribution indices of typical operational deployments of fire tankers (feeding the barrel GPS-600 via a three-sleeve line with a diameter of 51 mm from the tanker and feeding one barrel "A" and one barrel "B" from laying a trunk line on two sleeves with a diameter of 77 mm and two working lines with the installation of a tank truck on a fire hydrant), as well as the estimation of the mathematical expectation and the mean deviation of the operational deployment time using the norms for light and heavy duty tankers, allowed us to proceed to a statistical assessment of the effectiveness of the training of fire brigade fire and rescue subdivisions and cadets using the developed norms .
It is confirmed that for statistical evaluation norms that can be used to assess the level of preparedness of firefighters to operational deployments, it is advisable to use the parameters of the normal distribution of the time of execution of the relevant processes.
It was shown that the training of personnel of regular fire and rescue units using standards with a significance level of α = 0.05 indicates a significant reduction in the time of implementation of operational deployments from light and heavy duty tankers. At the same time, after appropriate training, the cadets reach the level of professional firefighters.
Keywords: standard, tank truck, operational deployment, distribution time of execution, statistical analysis, operational calculation.
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