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A mutual aid working group typically includes the following individuals: A. Legal experts. B. Residents of the participating jurisdictions. C. Support staff. D. Communication specialists.
B. Residents of the participating jurisdictions.
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User: A mutual aid working group typically includes the following individuals: A. Legal experts. B. Residents of the participating jurisdictions. C. Support staff. D. Communication specialists.

Weegy: B. Residents of the participating jurisdictions.
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User: The “References and Authorities” section of a mutual aid agreement includes details about: A. The existing statutes and/or regulations that authorize mutual aid agreements. B. The responsibilities of each participating jurisdiction. C. The Federal agencies that have oversight over the mutual aid agreement. D. The authority that the Incident Commander has over the incident.

Weegy: Answer is B. The responsibilities of each participating jurisdiction.
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User: The “Severability” section of a mutual aid agreement addresses: A. The extent of the damage that the mutual aid agreement will cover. B. The terms under which signatories can leave the agreement while leaving the rest of the document intact for the remaining participants. C. The triggers for initiating the reimbursement provision of the agreement. D. The steps the authorizing representative must take to initiate the mutual aid agreement.

Weegy: Your first step in this situation should be to d. Check the Insurance and Liability section of your mutual aid agreement.
Expert answered|icecream00|Points 10|

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It is essential for the Incident Commander to monitor the status of resources throughout their assignment. If resource needs change, the Incident Commander’s best course of action is to: A. Reassign the resources. B. Revise the mutual aid agreement. C. Contact the mutual aid working group. D. Create a new mutual aid operation plan.
Weegy: It is essential for the Incident Commander to monitor the status of resources throughout their assignment. If resource needs change, the Incident Commander???s best course of action is to:Create a new mutual aid operation plan. User: Which of the following is a best practice when drafting mutual aid agreements? A. Participating jurisdictions should have insurance or another form of protection in place. B. Agreements should prohibit future supplemental agreements between the parties to the agreement. C. The period of time covered by the agreement should be indefinite. D. A responder’s license, certificate, or permit should be invalid in the requesting jurisdiction. Weegy: D. The period of time covered by the agreement should be indefinite. User: Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. A resource may be reassigned prior to completion of a mission. B. The Incident Commander is responsible for requesting additional resources if needed. C. Self-dispatch is encouraged in mutual aid systems. D. The assisting party in a mutual aid agreement can withdraw deployed resources due to unforeseen emergencies. Weegy: B. The Incident Commander is responsible for requesting additional resources if needed. User: Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5 (HSPD-5) established the: A. Terrorist Screening Center. B. National Incident Management System. C. Critical Infrastructure Sector Partnership. D. National Infrastructure Protection Plan. Weegy: Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5 (HSPD-5) established the: B. NATIONAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. (More)
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Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5 (HSPD-5) established the: A. Terrorist Screening Center. B. National Incident Management System. C. Critical Infrastructure Sector Partnership. D. National Infrastructure Protection Plan.
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Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5 (HSPD-5) established the: National Incident Management System.

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