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The purpose of the Incident Action Plan is to provide personnel with direction for: a. Taking actions based on the objectives identified in the plan during the operational period. b. Maintaining
documentation and tracking resources assigned to the incident. c. Monitoring the number of resources that report to any one supervisor. d. Obtaining and maintaining essential personnel, equipment, and supplies
a. Taking actions based on the objectives identified in the plan during the operational period.
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User: TRUE OR FALSE: The ICS organizational structure develops in a modular fashion based on the size and complexity of the incident, as well as the specifics of the hazard environment created by the incident.

User: Which of the following terms refers to the number of individuals or resources that one supervisor can manage effectively during an incident? a. Delegation of authority b. Span of control c. Form follows function d. Unity of command

User: The purpose of the Incident Action Plan is to provide personnel with direction for: a. Taking actions based on the objectives identified in the plan during the operational period. b. Maintaining documentation and tracking resources assigned to the incident. c. Monitoring the number of resources that report to any one supervisor. d. Obtaining and maintaining essential personnel, equipment, and supplies

Weegy: a. Taking actions based on the objectives identified in the plan during the operational period.
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