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Question 14 of 25 : Transfer of command may take place for all of the following reasons, EXCEPT: a. A jurisdiction or agency is legally required to take command. b. The incident changes in complexity. c. A more senior but less qualified person arrives on scene. d. The current Incident Commander needs to rest. User: Question 15 of 25 : When implemented properly, Unified Command: a. Requires the establishment of separate Operations Sections comprised of responders from each jurisdiction or ...
Weegy: When implemented properly, Unified Command: c. Enables agencies with different legal, geographic, and functional responsibilities to coordinate, plan, and interact effectively. User: Question 16 of 25 : Select the TRUE statement below. a. Under Unified Command, each jurisdiction or agency establishes its own incident objectives and Incident Action Plans. b. Under Unified Command, the most senior Incident Commander has seniority over the other Incident Commanders. c. Multiple Operations Section Chiefs may be assigned, with each representing his or her jurisdiction or agency. d. The Incident Commanders within the Unified Command make joint decisions and speak as one voice. Weegy: c. Multiple Operations Section Chiefs may be assigned, with each representing his or her jurisdiction or agency. User: Question 17 of 25 : TRUE OR FALSE: Under a Unified Command, there are multiple Incident Commanders who work together to establish the incident objectives. a. True b. False Weegy: True, there are multiple Incident Commanders who work together to establish the incident objectives User: Question 18 of 25 : What type of command creates a single ICS structure with a built-in process for an effective and responsible multijurisdictional or multiagency approach? a. Multiple Command b. Area Command c. Unified Command d. Mutual Command (More)
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Question 18 of 25 : When completing ICS records or documents, you should follow all of the below guidelines, EXCEPT FOR: a. Fill in all blanks by using N/A as appropriate. b. Print or type all entries. c. Create your own unique reporting formats. d. Enter the date and time on all forms and records.
Weegy: d. Avoid using military 24-hour time. hi (More)
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When completing ICS records or documents, you should follow all of the below guidelines, EXCEPT FOR: c. Create your own unique reporting formats.
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Question 20 of 25 : Members of the Command Staff are referred to as: a. Officers. b. Deputies c. Chiefs. d. Directors. User: Question 20 of 25 : Members of the Command Staff are referred to as: a. Officers. b. Deputies c. Chiefs. d. Directors. User: Question 21 of 25 : Which Section is responsible for developing plans for maintaining incident documentation? a. Operations Section b. Logistics Section c. Planning Section d. Finance/Administration Section
Weegy: a. Operations Section User: Question 22 of 25 : You are working to track the status of all resources assigned to the incident. What Section are you in? a. Operations Section b. Planning Section c. Logistics Section d. Finance/Administration Section User: Question 23 of 25 : The Logistics Section Chief is responsible for all of the following activities, EXCEPT FOR: a. Providing communication planning and resources. b. Setting up food services. c. Setting up and maintaining incident facilities. d. Directing tactical activities to achieve the incident objectives. Weegy: d. Directing tactical activities to achieve the incident objectives User: Question 24 of 25 : The Incident Commander depends on the Logistics Section Chief to: a. Direct tactical activities to achieve the incident objectives. b. Interface with representatives from assisting and coordinating agencies. c. Develop the Incident Action Plan. d. Provide facilities, services, and material support for the incident. Weegy: D: Provide facilities, services, and material support for the incident (More)
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Question 20 of 25 : Members of the Command Staff are referred to as: a. Officers. b. Deputies c. Chiefs. d. Directors. User: Question 20 of 25 : Members of the Command Staff are referred to as: a. Officers. b. Deputies c. Chiefs. d. Directors.
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Members of the Command Staff are referred to as: Officers.
Examples: Public Information Officer, Liaison Officer, Safety Officer.
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Question 20 of 25 : Members of the Command Staff are referred to as: a. Officers. b. Deputies c. Chiefs. d. Directors.
Weegy: a. Officers (More)
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