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WORKER:     

CLAIM #

JOB TITLE:   Battalion Chief

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CROUCH/SQUAT: Intermittent/occasionally, accessing lower-placed file drawers, assisting with rescue of Fire Fighter or civilian

CRAWL/KNEEL:  Intermittent, to assess fire fighting operations, assisting in rescue of Fire Fighter or civilian

AWKWARD POSITIONS:  Intermittent, reaching over or under wreckage or debris to reach and remove a Fire Fighter or civilian, administer first aid to a victim, remove debris/obstacles at an accident or fire scene, if participating in training exercises (such as high-angle rescue)

REACHING:

SHOULDER TO OVERHEAD:  Occasionally, pulling up to enter a vehicle, climbing up  ground or aerial ladders (intermittent), reaching for file drawers or bookshelves, if participating in training exercises (such as high-angle rescue)

WAIST TO SHOULDER:  Occasionally to frequently, reaching for telephone and office equipment, accessing manuals/folders, retrieving and storing items and supplies, checking and securing protective gear, assisting with rescue of civilian or Fire Fighter

FLOOR TO WAIST:  Occasionally, checking and securing protective gear, putting on protective gear, assisting with rescue of civilian or Fire Fighter, removing debris/obstacles at an accident or fire scene

EXTENSION/FLEXION:  Rarely/occasionally; extension: pushing file drawer, doors; flexion: lifting protective gear, assisting with rescue of a civilian or Fire Fighter

HANDLING/GRASPING:  Frequently, handling protective gear, radio, clipboard, telephone, manuals, folders, using a computer mouse, driving a vehicle, inspecting equipment

REPETITIVE USE OF HANDS/ARMS:

__  Low: <1250 movements/hr.   

___   Medium: 1250-2500 movements/hr.     

___   High >2500 movements/hr.

POWER GRASPING:  Occasionally, grasping a steering wheel, assisting with rescue of a civilian or Fire Fighter

FINGER/FEEL:  Occasionally, using protective gear, writing reports, typing on a computer, using a radio to communicate with personnel, supervisors, other emergency workers

OPERATE FOOT CONTROL:  Occasionally, when driving a vehicle

SPEAK/HEAR REQUIREMENTS:  Essential to be able to speak to and hear subordinates, other commanders, supervisors, other emergency workers

VISION REQUIREMENTS:  Near acuity, far acuity and color vision essential to perform duties of this position (includes computer work); must be able to see in dark and/or smoky conditions

PUSH:  Exerting force on or against an object in order to move it away.  No. of lbs. varies

            (N)ever   (R)arely   (O)ccasionally   (F)requently   (C)onstantly                 (force)

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