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When command is transferred, then all personnel with a need to know should be told: a. The qualifications of the incoming Incident Commander b. The limits of the Incident Commander’s scope of
authority c. The effective time and date of the transfer d. The Incident Commander’s cell phone number
The answer is C. The effective time and date of the transfer... When command is transferred, then all personnel with a need to know should be told the effective time and date of the transfer.
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User: Select the TRUE statement: a. ICS organizational structure should include only the functions and positions needed to achieve the incident objectives b. ICS positions may be combined in order to save on staffing or achieve a higher level of efficiency c. ICS encourages the use of unique position titles in order to better meet the specific incident needs d. ICS recognizes that an Incident Commander may not be necessary if an Operations Section Chief is assigned

User: When command is transferred, then all personnel with a need to know should be told: a. The qualifications of the incoming Incident Commander b. The limits of the Incident Commander’s scope of authority c. The effective time and date of the transfer d. The Incident Commander’s cell phone number

User: When command is transferred, then all personnel with a need to know should be told: a. The qualifications of the incoming Incident Commander b. The limits of the Incident Commander’s scope of authority c. The effective time and date of the transfer d. The Incident Commander’s cell phone number





Weegy: The answer is C. The effective time and date of the transfer... When command is transferred, then all personnel with a need to know should be told the effective time and date of the transfer.
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The true statement is that ICS encourages the use of unique position titles in order to better meet the specific incident needs.
So the answer is option A. ICS encourages the use of unique position titles in order to better meet the specific incident needs.
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