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An emergency operations plan (EOP) is a key component of an emergency management program. It establishes the overall authority, roles, and functions performed during incident response. An EOP does
all of the following EXCEPT FOR: A. Assigns responsibility to organizations and individuals. B. Sets forth lines of authority and organizational relationships and shows how all actions will be coordinated. C. Identifies personnel, equipment, facilities, supplies, and other resources. D. Establishes objectives for each operational period in an ongoing incident.
An emergency operations plan (EOP) is a key component of an emergency management program. It establishes the overall authority, roles, and functions performed during incident response. An EOP does all of the following EXCEPT FOR: Establishes objectives for each operational period in an ongoing incident.
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User: An emergency operations plan (EOP) is a key component of an emergency management program. It establishes the overall authority, roles, and functions performed during incident response. An EOP does all of the following EXCEPT FOR: A. Assigns responsibility to organizations and individuals. B. Sets forth lines of authority and organizational relationships and shows how all actions will be coordinated. C. Identifies personnel, equipment, facilities, supplies, and other resources. D. Establishes objectives for each operational period in an ongoing incident.

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An emergency operations plan (EOP) is a key component of an emergency management program. It establishes the overall authority, roles, and functions performed during incident response. An EOP does all of the following EXCEPT FOR: Establishes objectives for each operational period in an ongoing incident.
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