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The basic plan should contain enough detail to stand alone as the community’s specific approach to emergency response. a. True b. Fals
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User: The basic plan should contain enough detail to stand alone as the community’s specific approach to emergency response. a. True b. Fals

Weegy: true
thuniel|Points 130|

User: The recommended emergency operations plan format includes: a. Hazard-specific analyses. b. The basic plan. c. Vulnerability studies. d. Response operation

Weegy: d. Response operations
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User: Which part of the EOP is hazard-, threat-, or incident-specific? a. Assumptions b. Annex c. Basic plan d. Implementing instructions

Weegy: The answer is B. Annex.
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User: All of the following are examples of functional annexes, EXCEPT FOR: a. Hazardous Materials Response. b. Direction and Control. c. Communications. d. Population Warning

Weegy: d. population warning
anterp|Points 595|

User: The Situation and Assumptions component of the basic plan includes: a. Threats addressed by the plan. b. Instructions for compiling situation reports. c. Disclaimers to limit the liability in case of emergency. d. Legal bases for emergency operations and activities

Weegy: The Situation and Assumptions component of the basic plan includes: a. Threats addressed by the plan.



User: A detailed annex repeats content presented in the basic plan. a. True b. False

Weegy: True.
Expert answered|yestfl|Points 1001|

User: There is a standardized set of hazard-specific annexes that appear in emergency operations plans nationwide. a. True b. Fals

Weegy: True
Expert answered|yestfl|Points 1001|

User: Implementing instructions include: a. A promulgation document signed by the Chief Executive Officer. b. Standard operating procedures. c. Identification of shared responsibilities. d. A statement that addresses liability issue

Weegy: Implementing instructions include: b. Standard operating procedures.
Expert answered|yestfl|Points 1001|

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Which of the following is the first step of the emergency planning process? a. Implementing and maintaining the plan b. Forming a collaborative planning team c. Developing the plan d. Determining goals and objective
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The first step in the emergency planning process is: b. Forming a collaborative planning team.
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Weegy: The b. Appendix are hazard-, threat-, or incident-specific. User: Which part of the EOP is hazard-, threat-, or incident-specific? a. Assumptions b. Annex c. Basic plan d. Implementing instruction Weegy: The b. Appendix are hazard-, threat-, or incident-specific. User: The recommended emergency operations plan format includes: a. Hazard-specific analyses. b. The basic plan. c. Vulnerability studies. d. Response operation Weegy: 15. The recommended emergency operations plan format includes:d. Response operations. User: The basic plan should contain enough detail to stand alone as the community’s specific approach to emergency response. a. True b. Fals Weegy: a. True, The basic plan should contain enough detail to stand alone as the community’s specific approach to emergency response. (More)
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