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Question 14 of 23 : Who is responsible for determining the appropriate tactics for an incident? a. The Safety Officer b. The Operations Section c. The Planning Section d. The Deputy
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The Operations Section Chief is responsible for establishing tactics for the assigned operational period. [ The Incident Commander (IC) and any Planning Chief will determine the overall objectives and priorities and will coordinate the Incident Action Plan with the Operations Chief, among others. ]
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User: Question 14 of 23 : Who is responsible for determining the appropriate tactics for an incident? a. The Safety Officer b. The Operations Section c. The Planning Section d. The Deputy Incident Commander

Weegy: The Operations Section Chief is responsible for establishing tactics for the assigned operational period. [ The Incident Commander (IC) and any Planning Chief will determine the overall objectives and priorities and will coordinate the Incident Action Plan with the Operations Chief, among others. ]
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User: who generally facilitates the operational period briefing

User: recources within th estaging area do

Weegy: From ICS-200.b: Key Points: • Staging Areas are set up at the incident where resources can wait for a tactical assignment. • All resources in the Staging Area are assigned and ready for deployment. [ Out-of-service resources are NOT located at the Staging Area. • After a Staging Area has been designated and named, a Staging Area Manager will be assigned. The Staging Area Manager will report to the Operations Section Chief or to the Incident Commander if the Operations Section Chief has not been designated. ]
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