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5. Who generally facilitates the Operational Period Briefing? A. Public Information Officer B. Logistics Section Chief C. Planning Section Chief D. Operations Section Chief
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User: 4. _________________ means that each individual involved in incident operations will be assigned to only one supervisor. A. Span of Control B. Supervisor Authority C. Unified Command D. Unity of Command

User: 5. Who generally facilitates the Operational Period Briefing? A. Public Information Officer B. Logistics Section Chief C. Planning Section Chief D. Operations Section Chief

Weegy: Planning Section Chief generally facilitates the Operational Period Briefing.



User: 6. Select the TRUE statement: A. Span of control may be extended beyond 1:10 in order to ensure that more resources can be deployed on complex, large incidents B. Span of control should be established without consideration of factors such as the type of incident, nature of the task, hazards, and safety factors C. Span of control is less of a factor of concern for incidents that are resolved within the initial operational period D. Span of control is accomplished by organizing resources into Teams, Divisions, Groups, Branches, or Sections

Weegy: My answer is B. Supervisor Authority.
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Unity of Command means that each individual involved in incident operations will be assigned to only one supervisor.
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The true statement is: D. Span of control is accomplished by organizing resources into Teams, Divisions, Groups, Branches, or Sections.

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