. one. A standardized management tool to meet the needs of small and large emergency or non-emergency situations. B. Best suited to managing complex incidents that take many hours or days. C. A military system used in the event of domestic incidents to manage and control federal resources. D. A relatively recent approach, based on lessons learned from Hurricane Harvey disaster operations. A. Community Safety and Responder B. Cost Considerations of Reaction Authorities C.
Potentially Dangerous Substances D. Political sensitivity, external influences and media relations 5. In order to ensure smooth transmission, the outgoing Incident Commander must provide a `New Incident Commander`. 22. Select TRUE:A command. The area of control should be defined without taking into account factors such as the nature of the incident, the nature of the task, risks and safety factors. The margin of control is reached by organizing resources in teams, divisions, groups, branches or C sections. In the case of incidents resolved during the first operating period 10, the margin of control is less of a concern.
Form ICS 201:A. Contains status information for the incident or team briefing or other resourceB. Allows a single resource manager to track important activities during each operating period c. List all resources and organizational allocations for the next work periodD. Completed by the security officer to resolve safety issues and identify mitigation measures 11. Who is responsible for identifying the appropriate tactic for an incident? A. Delegation of Authority B. IMT Position Description C. Incident Action Plan D. Outgoing Incident Commander . . D.
The margin of control can be extended beyond 1:10 to ensure that more resources can be used in complex and important incidents A. Modular Organization B. Comprehensive Resource Management C. Manageable Span of Control D. Management by Objectives A. Developing subordinates for the future. B. Get out of a tactical role to play a leadership role if necessary. C. Ensure that tasks are understood.
D. All of those mentioned above. . 1. What is the nimS management feature of developing and issuing staffing, plans, procedures and protocols for the completion of tasks? B. Upon the arrival of an incident, either the senior person takes the order, keeps the order as he said, or assigns the order to a third party. The transmission of command procedures will be in place at the emergency response centre before the incident commander arrives on the scene. When a new incident commander takes control, the outgoing commander should be demobilized to avoid confusion 2. Which of the following features is NOT a recommended feature for incident targets? 19. Self-help agreements – 17. Which of them is NOT a tool you might need in the incident? 16.
Select TRUE:A command. A lower, but more qualified, ranking cannot be called Incident Commander 16. The Incident Control System (CSI) is only suitable for large, complex incidents. What type of briefing is forwarded to individual resources or crews responsible for operational tasks and/or work on or near the incident site? 15. What type of incident requires regional or national resources, all command and staff positions are activated, branches are activated, staff may exceed 500 per response time and a disaster declaration may be underway? 10. If the command is delegated, all those involved in the incident must be told: 13. What type of incident requires regional or national resources with up to 200 employees per response period? A. Transmission of command Briefing B. Situational Analysis Document C. List of the personnel of the various sections D. Lessons Learned Report A. Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) B.
Exercise Plan C. Maps of the area concerned D. Agency Procedure Manual 20. ____