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___________________: is the coordination and integration of all activities necessary to build, sustain, and improve the capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, or mitigate against threatened or actual natural disasters, acts of terrorism, or other manmade disasters. a. Mitigation b. Emergency management c. Command and Management d. Preparedness
Weegy: b. Emergency management User: 2. The role of the local Emergency Program Manager could best be described as: a. Coordinating resources and activities in all phases of emergency management. b. Always directing all operations at the scene of an emergency. c. Usually working directly with the State and Federal governments. d. Issuing press releases and making statements to the media about disasters Weegy: b. Always directing all operations at the scene of an emergency User: A request for a Presidential Declaration of Disaster must be made by the: a. Chief elected official of the affected area. b. Governor of the affected State. c. State Emergency Program Manager of the affected State. d. Designated Federal Coordinating Officer. Weegy: B User: An example of a mitigation activity is: a. Training. b. On-site operations to provide emergency assistance. c. Building earthquake-resistant structures in earthquake zones. d. Debris removal. User: example of a Mitigation activity is User: Which is the guiding document used to coordinate response and recovery actions? a. Standard Operating Procedures b. Emergency Operations Plan c. Risk Management Plan d. Community Comprehensive Plan Weegy: b. Emergency Operations Plan (More)
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A hazard is defined as: a. A quantified measure of risk. b. A severity rating. c. Something that is potentially dangerous or harmful. d. Vulnerability to a technological hazard.
Weegy: c. Something that is potentially dangerous or harmful. User: One of the planning factors to be considered during a risk analysis is: a. Federal assistance that may be available. b. How quickly the community can recover. c. The speed of onset for each hazard. d. What local industry can contribute to the response? Weegy: The answer is letter "c. The speed of onset for each hazard". User: Training and exercising is an example of a ________________ activity. a. Mitigation b. Preparedness c. Response d. Recovery User: Training and exercising is an example of a ________________ Weegy: active User: Training and exercising is an example of a ________________ activity Weegy: active User: The predicted impact that a hazard would have on people, services, and specific facilities and structures in the community is called: a. Hazard identification. b. Risk. c. Crisis index. d. Sector profile User: An agreement between two government entities for mutual support to one another in time of emergency is called: a. Mutual Aid and Assistance Agreement. b. Services Contract. c. Reciprocity. d. Resource Sharing Contract. User: When assessing risk, the top response priority is: a. Essential facilities. b. Critical Infrastructure. c. Life safety. d. Property conservation. Weegy: c. Life safety. User: An emergency management program will work well in practice if most emphasis and attention focus upon: a. A comprehensive written plan. b. Well-established, day-to-day relationships. c. Reliance on State assistance. d. Mutual aid and assistance. Weegy: d. Mutual aid and assistance. User: If a disaster response demands more resources than any local governments can supply without assistance, the next step is to request assistance from: a. Congressional representatives. b. The President. c. FEMA. d. The State emergency management agency. Weegy: ... the next step is to request assistance ... (More)
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The National Response Framework: a. Identifies response roles, responsibilities, and structures. b. Is only applicable to Federal Departments and Agencies. c. Needs to be activated before it is useful. d. Uses non-NIMS compliant structures.
Weegy: The National Response Framework: a. Identifies response roles, responsibilities, and structures. (More)
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