Exam Questions
Exam Questions

Rescue actions

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Question № 11

Id: 7117
points: 2

What should you remember to do before you start towing tram carriages damaged due to a collision?

    To place the warning triangle at the rear of the second carriage.
    To place a yellow flashing signal.
    To couple in a way that prevents uncoupling while driving.

Question № 12

Id: 7118
points: 2

What should you remember before you go about pushing tram carriages damaged due to a collision?

    To turn on the emergency lights in the first carriage.
    To discharge the brake release in the damaged carriage.
    To settle the passengers into seating positions.

Question № 13

Id: 7119
points: 2

What should you remember when pushing tram carriages damaged as a result of collision?

    To prolong the braking distance.
    To place a reflective warning triangle at the rear of second carriage?
    To settle the passengers on seating positions.

Question № 14

Id: 7120
points: 2

What should you do in the event of an aggressive passenger behavior towards you or other passengers, if this makes driving difficult?

    Continue driving to the nearest police station.
    Stop the vehicle and call the relevant policing service.
    Do not undertake any action.

Question № 15

Id: 7121
points: 2

What must you most of all ensure in the event of a tram fire while driving?

    Your safety and that of the passengers.
    Minimalizing damages to the vehicle.
    Driving in accordance with the timetable.

Question № 16

Id: 7122
points: 2

How should you about evacuating passengers, if the door gets blocked as a result of a road accident.

    Call the breakdown service.
    Use the emergency exit.
    Call the Fire Brigade.

Question № 17

Id: 7123
points: 2

How should you behave in the event of a fire inside the tram while driving?

    Drive to the nearest tram stop and begin evacuation of passengers.
    Stop the vehicle, activate the fire extinguisher and independently try to extingusih the fire.
    Stop the vehicle, relieve the pantograph, open the doors and commence evacuation of passengers.

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