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Q: What does the recommended emergency operations plan format include?
A: In designing a format for an all-hazard EOP and in reviewing the draft, the planning team should consider the following: Organization. [ Do the EOP subdivisions help users find what they need, or must users sift through information that is irrelevant? Can single subdivisions be revised without forcing a substantial rewrite of the entire EOP? Progression. In any one section of the EOP, does
each element seem to follow from the previous one, or are some items strikingly out of place? Can the reader grasp the rationale for the sequence and scan for the information he or she needs? Consistency. Does each section of the EOP use the same logical progression of elements, or must the reader reorient himself or herself in each section? Adaptability. Is information in the EOP organized so that the EOP may be used in unanticipated situations? ]
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User: The basic plan should contain enough detail to stand alone as the community's specific approach to emergency response. Is this true or false?

User: What does the recommended emergency operations plan format include?

Weegy: In designing a format for an all-hazard EOP and in reviewing the draft, the planning team should consider the following: Organization. [ Do the EOP subdivisions help users find what they need, or must users sift through information that is irrelevant? Can single subdivisions be revised without forcing a substantial rewrite of the entire EOP? Progression. In any one section of the EOP, does each element seem to follow from the previous one, or are some items strikingly out of place? Can the reader grasp the rationale for the sequence and scan for the information he or she needs? Consistency. Does each section of the EOP use the same logical progression of elements, or must the reader reorient himself or herself in each section? Adaptability. Is information in the EOP organized so that the EOP may be used in unanticipated situations? ]
Controler|Points 3106|

User: The recommended emergency operations plan format includes?

Weegy: In designing a format for an all-hazard EOP and in reviewing the draft, the planning team should consider the following: Organization. [ Do the EOP subdivisions help users find what they need, or must users sift through information that is irrelevant? Can single subdivisions be revised without forcing a substantial rewrite of the entire EOP? Progression. In any one section of the EOP, does each element seem to follow from the previous one, or are some items strikingly out of place? Can the reader grasp the rationale for the sequence and scan for the information he or she needs? Consistency. Does each section of the EOP use the same logical progression of elements, or must the reader reorient himself or herself in each section? Adaptability. Is information in the EOP organized so that the EOP may be used in unanticipated situations? ]
Controler|Points 3106|

User: Which part of the Emergency Operations Plan is hazard-, threat-, or incident-specific?

Weegy: a. Annex . The hazard-, threat-, or incident-specific annexes describe the policies, situation, CONOPS, and responsibilities for particular hazards, threats, or incidents. [ [ They explain the procedures that are unique to that annex for a hazard type. ] ]
rhyann24|Points 2455|

User: What is not an example of a functional annex?

User: All of the following are examples of functional annexes, except for what?

Weegy: Can I please have the choices?
cutiepie87|Points 110|

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