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The Liaison Officer: A. Tracks resources and maintains incident documentation. B. Arranges for resources and needed services to support the incident objectives. C. Provides information to the public. D. Is the point of contact for other response organizations.
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The Liaison Officer: Is the point of contact for other response organizations.
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The Incident Command System (ICS) is:
Weegy: The Incident Command System (ICS) is "a systematic tool used for the command, control, [ and coordination of emergency response" according to the United States Federal Highway Administration.[1] A more detailed definition of an ICS according to the United States Center for Excellence in Disaster Management & Humanitarian Assistance is "a set of personnel, policies, procedures, facilities, and equipment, integrated into a common organizational structure designed to improve emergency response operations of all types and complexities. ICS is a subcomponent of the National Incident Management System (NIMS), as released by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in 2004."[2] An ICS is based upon a flexible, scalable response organization providing a common framework within which people can work together effectively. These people may be drawn from multiple agencies that do not routinely work together, and ICS is designed to give standard response and operation procedures to reduce the problems and potential for miscommunication on such incidents. ICS has been summarized as a "first-on-scene" structure, where the first responder of a scene has charge of the scene until the incident has been declared resolved, a more qualified responder arrives on scene and receives command, or the Incident Commander appoints another individual Incident Commander. ] User: In ICS, the members of the Command Staff assume the title of: Weegy: In ICS, the members of the Command Staff assume the title of: Officer. User: TRUE OR FALSE: Someone who serves as a Director every day might not hold that title when deployed under an ICS structure. Weegy: true (More)
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The ability to communicate within ICS is absolutely critical. To ensure efficient, clear communication, ICS requires the use of: User: Before leaving an incident assignment, you should do all of the following EXCEPT FOR: User: The Operations Section Chief: User: The Operations Section Chief: A. Coordinates communication between all responding agencies. B. Directs tactical actions to achieve the incident objectives. C. Prepares and implements the Incident Communication Plan. D. Sets up and ...
Weegy: The Operations Section Chief: C. Directs tactical actions to achieve the incident objectives. User: Which of the following organizational entities within the Operations Section may be used to divide an incident geographically? Weegy: Divisions are used to divide an incident geographically. User: The difference between a Strike Team and a Task Force is: Weegy: Strike Team may refer to: Strike Team, a special unit of firefighters in South Australia's Country Fire Service, and Victoria's Country Fire Authority, in Victoria, [ A task force (TF) is a unit or formation established to work on a single defined task or activity. Originally introduced by the United States Navy ] User: The difference between a Strike Team and a Task Force is: A. Strike Teams are in the Operations Section while Task Forces are in the Planning Section. B. Strike Teams have similar resources while Task Forces are comprised of mixed resources. C. Strike Teams report to an Officer while Task Forces report to a Leader. D. Strike Teams have a lower span of control ratio when compared to Task Forces. Weegy: The difference between a Strike Team and a Task force is: b. Strike Teams have similar resources while Task Forces are comprised of mixed resources. (More)
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