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When communicating, ICS requires that responders DO NOT use: a. Plain English. b. Clear text. c. Agency or radio codes. d. Common terminology.
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User: When communicating, ICS requires that responders DO NOT use: a. Plain English. b. Clear text. c. Agency or radio codes. d. Common terminology.

Weegy: agency or radio codes
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User: ICS facilitates the ability to communicate by using: a. ICS-specific codes. b. Acronyms. c. Common terminology. d. NIMS lexicon.

Weegy: Sir/Madam, The answer is letter "c. Common terminology"
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User: Select the FALSE statement below. a. Chain of command allows an Incident Commander to direct and control the actions of all personnel under his or her supervision. b. Chain of command avoids confusion by requiring that orders flow from supervisors. c. Chain of command restricts personnel to communicating or sharing information outside their organizational units. d. Chain of command requires that all task assignments and direction come from the individual s supervisor at the incident scene.

Weegy: c. Chain of command restricts personnel to communicating or sharing information outside their organizational units
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User: Which action is INCONSISTENT with ICS chain of command principles? a. The on-scene Public Information Officer is being assigned tasks by both the agency executive s press secretary and the Incident Commander. b. Members from one strike team warn the members of a second strike team about hazardous road conditions ahead. c. Requests for additional resources are being communicated from the Task Force Leader to the Operations Section Chief. d. After the Planning Section Chief assembles the Incident Action Plan, it must be approved by the Incident Commander.





Weegy: a. The on-scene Public Information Officer is being assigned tasks by both the agency executive s press secretary and the Incident Commander.
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