IS 230 - 1. Which statement is true? a. Emergency program...

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1. Which statement is true? a. Emergency program functions and emergency management core functions are totally separate. b. Emergency program functions can be emergency management functions at the discretion of the emergency manager. c. All emergency program functions also are emergency management core functions. d. Some emergency program functions also are emergency management core functions. 2. The 13 emergency management program functions are the categories reported in Capabilities Assessment for Readiness surveys. a. True b. False 3. As an emergency management core function,______________________ is defined as a process to quickly procure, distribute, and utilize personnel and materials needed in an emergency. a. Direction and Control b. Logistics and Facilities c. Resource Management d. Communications 4. As an emergency management program function, Resource Management is described as _____________________. a. The human resources required to carry out assigned day-to-day responsibilities b. An administrative system for day-to-day operation c. A process to quickly procure, distribute, and utilize personnel and materials needed in an emergency d. Meeting the needs of the population despite disruption of commerce and infrastructure 5. In the train derailment case study, what function served to provide overall leadership to the response effort? a. Resource Management b. Laws and Authorities c. Direction and Control 1. Standby contracts establish the price as that which is/was in effect:
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a. On the day before the emergency event. b. On the day of the emergency event. c. On the day after an emergency event. 2. The Incident Command System provides a model for command, control, and coordination of a response operation. a. True b. False 3. The EOP provides _______________________during emergencies. a. A method of working together b. Centralized direction and control c. A source of overall authority, roles, and functions d. Communications capabilities e. Recommended mitigation measures 4. Which of the following is not a feature of the Incident Command System? a. Central location b. Incident Action Plans c. Manageable span of control d. Common terminology e. Modular organization 5. Mutual aid and assistance agreements may provide ________________ when invoked. a. Unity of command b. Emergency public information c. Policy decisions d. Training e. Equipment such as bulldozers or dump trucks 1. A hazard analysis is the first step in the emergency planning process. a. True
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b. False 2. The first step in a hazard analysis is __________________________________. a.
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2011 for the course IS 230 taught by Professor Pratt during the Spring '11 term at Edison College.

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IS 230 - 1. Which statement is true? a. Emergency program...

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