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When considering the amount of space required for the EOC, a good rule of thumb is to allow between ____ and ____ square feet per staff member. a. 20; 120 b. 50; 85 c. 75; 100 d. 100; 200
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When considering the amount of space required for the EOC, a good rule of thumb is to allow between 50 and 85 square feet per staff member.
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One possible solution for an EOC that is too small is to: a. Allow support personnel to work from their day-to-day offices. b. Consider the use of Department EOCs. c. Merge EOCs with a neighboring jurisdiction. d. Conduct all operations from the State EOC.
Weegy: a. Allow support personnel to work from their day-to-day offices. User: The basic concept underlying EOC activation should be included in which section of the Emergency Operations Plan? a. Assumptions b. Authorizations c. Executive Summary d. Concept of Operations Weegy: d. Concept of Operations (More)
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One possible solution for an EOC that is too small is to consider the use of Department EOCs.
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An EOC that can remain operable for an extended period of time regardless of the type of incident or other damage to the infrastructure is considered to be: a. Safe. b. Versatile. c. Survivable. d. Adequate
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EOC that can remain operable for an extended period of time regardless of the type of incident or other damage to the infrastructure is considered: Survivable.
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