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Protection activities are a major area of emphasis for emergency managers. Examples of protection activities include all of the following EXCEPT FOR: A. Reducing the vulnerability of critical infrastructure. B. Strengthening cybersecurity measures. C. Providing temporary shelter to community members. D. Detecting and defending against weapons of mass destruction.
Weegy: Protection activities are a major area of emphasis for emergency managers. Examples of protection activities include all of the following EXCEPT FOR: C. Providing temporary shelter to community members User: The National Incident Management System (NIMS): A. Includes mandatory procedures that jurisdictions use when managing tactical operations during complex incidents. B. Is reserved for the use of Federal agency personnel when an incident is declared a major disaster by the Secretary of Homeland Security. C. Focuses primarily on building capabilities and establishing systems for the management of resources during incidents. D. Integrates best practices into a comprehensive, standardized system that is flexible enough to be used across the full spectrum of potential incidents. Weegy: The National Incident Management System (NIMS): D. [ Integrates best practices into a comprehensive, standardized system that is flexible enough to be used across the full spectrum of potential incidents. ] User: Select the FALSE statement from below: A. Integrated emergency management is more than a methodology; it is a culture to achieve unity of effort—a way of thinking about emergency management as a joint enterprise. B. Emergency management is most effective when it is integrated into daily decisions, not just during times of disasters. C. Emergency management principles help us identify and apply agreed-upon practices. D. Emergency management is exclusively a Federal Government function charged with reducing vulnerability to threats/hazards and helping the Nation cope with disasters. Weegy: C. Emergency management is exclusively a Federal Government function charged with reducing vulnerability to threats/hazards and helping the Nation cope with disasters. User: Elevating outdoor utilities such as air conditioning units above the base flood elevation is an example of: A. Prevention. B. Planning. C. Response. D. Mitigation. Weegy: Elevating ... (More)
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All of the following activities are examples of recovery activities EXCEPT FOR: A. Initiating debris removal. B. Developing an emergency operations plan. C. Restoring utility lines. D. Providing accessible interim housing solutions.
Weegy: B. Developing an emergency operations plan User: While the Stafford Act may be the most familiar mechanism for Federal support, it is not the only one. Often, Federal assistance does not require coordination by the Department of Homeland Security and can be provided without a Presidential emergency or major disaster declaration. A. True B. False Weegy: It's true, While the Stafford Act may be the most familiar mechanism for Federal support, it is not the only one. [ Often, Federal assistance does not require coordination by the Department of Homeland Security and can be provided without a Presidential emergency or major disaster declaration. ] User: Which level of government has direct responsibility for the safety of its residents and direct knowledge of the situation and accompanying resource requirements? A. Federal Government B. Regional government C. Local and tribal government D. State government Weegy: Local Government has direct responsibility for the safety of its residents and direct knowledge of the situation and accompanying resource requirements. User: Which of the following presents an integrated set of guidance, programs, and processes that enables the whole community to meet the National Preparedness Goal? A. Incident Command System B. National Preparedness System C. State Training and Exercise System D. Community Response System Weegy: B. National Preparedness System presents an integrated set of guidance, programs, and processes that enables the whole community to meet the National Preparedness Goal. User: Select the FALSE statement from below: A. Each State government has legal authority for emergency response and recovery and serves as the point of contact between local and Federal governments. B. Part of the emergency manager’s role as chief disaster advisor to elected or appointed officials is to make clear the importance of their support for the preparedness process. C. The government does not, and ... (More)
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