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Q: Select the FALSE statement below. A. Chain of command requires that all task assignments and direction come from the individual's supervisor at the incident scene. B. Chain of command avoids
confusion by requiring that orders flow from supervisors. C. Chain of command restricts personnel to communicating or sharing information outside their organizational units. D. Chain of command allows an Incident Commander to direct and control the actions of all personnel under his or her supervision.
A: B. Chain of command restricts personnel to communicating or sharing information outside their organizational units is the false statement.
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The Incident Commander is responsible for all ICS management functions until he or she: A. Consults the Operations Section Chief. B. Delegates the function to another person. C. Activates all five management functions. D. Demobilizes the incident or event.
Weegy: The Incident Commander is responsible for all ICS management functions until he or she delegates the function to another person. User: The National Incident Management System (NIMS) is: A. The act of directing, ordering, or controlling by virtue of explicit statutory, regulatory, or delegated authority. B. An orderly line of authority that exists within the ranks of the incident management organization. C. A core set of concepts, principles, and terminology for incident command and multiagency coordination. D. A physical location staffed with personnel trained for and authorized to represent their agency and/or discipline. (More)
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The National Incident Management System (NIMS) is: A core set of concepts, principles, and terminology for incident command and multiagency coordination.

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