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A delegation of authority: A. Relieves the granting authority of the ultimate responsibility for the incident B. Specifies the Incident Action Plan to be implemented by the Incident Commander C. May be needed when the incident scope is complex or beyond existing authorities D. Is required even if the Incident Commander is acting within his or her existing authorities
Weegy: Delegation of authority is A. Relieves the granting authority of the ultimate responsibility for the incident (More)
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A delegation of authority: May be needed when the incident scope is complex or beyond existing authorities.
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Select the TRUE statement: A. ICS encourages the use of unique position titles in order to better meet the specific incident needs B. ICS recognizes that an Incident Commander may not be necessary if an Operations Section Chief is assigned C. ICS organizational structure should include only the functions and positions needed to achieve the incident objectives D. ICS positions may be combined in order to save on staffing or achieve a higher level of efficiency
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The TRUE statement is: ICS organizational structure should include only the functions and positions needed to achieve the incident objectives.
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delegation of authority: A. Is required even if the Incident Commander is acting within his or her existing authorities B. Specifies the Incident Action Plan to be implemented by the Incident Commander C. May be needed when the incident scope is complex or beyond existing authorities D. Relieves the granting authority of the ultimate responsibility for the incident
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A delegation of authority: May be needed when the incident scope is complex or beyond existing authorities.
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A delegation of authority: A. May be needed when the incident scope is complex or beyond existing authorities B. Is required even if the Incident Commander is acting within his or her existing authorities C. Relieves the granting authority of the ultimate responsibility for the incident D. Specifies the Incident Action Plan to be implemented by the Incident Commander
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A delegation of authority: May be needed when the incident scope is complex or beyond existing authorities.
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