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Question 1 of 25 : Select the FALSE statement below about the Incident Command System (ICS). a. ICS could be used to manage a large sporting event or a visit from a foreign dignitary. b. ICS is a standardized, all-hazards incident management approach that is used throughout the lifecycle of an incident. c. ICS is primarily a standardized organizational structure (chart) that is used in an identical fashion for every incident. d. ICS has been used to manage both emergency and ...
Weegy: C is the FALSE statement Your incident may require a larger ICS organizational structure example: kitchen fire vs. wildland fire that covers a wide area and is threatening homes and businesses User: Question 2 of 25 : The Incident Command System (ICS) is defined as: a. A guide for Federal agencies to follow when directing responses at the State, tribal, and local levels. b. A standardized approach to incident management that is applicable for use in all hazards by all levels of government. c. A command and control organizational structure used by the military to support responses to domestic incidents. d. An organizational approach used primarily to respond to complex incidents such as wildland fires. Weegy: Select the FALSE statement below about the Incident Command System (ICS). The answer is a: a. ICS could be used to manage a large sporting event or a visit from a foreign dignitary. User: Question 2 of 25 : The Incident Command System (ICS) is defined as: a. A guide for Federal agencies to follow when directing responses at the State, tribal, and local levels. b. A standardized approach to incident management that is applicable for use in all hazards by all levels of government. c. A command and control organizational structure used by the military to support responses to domestic incidents. d. An organizational approach used primarily to respond to complex incidents such as wildland fires. Weegy: The answer is b. A standardized approach to incident management that is applicable for use in all hazards by all levels of government. Please refer to . Thank you for using Weegy. User: Question 4 of 25 : After-action reports from ineffective incident responses find that response problems are far more likely to result from: a. Inadequate management. b. Lack of needed resources. c. Failure to develop an Emergency Operations Plan. d. Reluctance of neighboring communities to provide assistance. Weegy: Response problems ... (More)
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