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Q: When implementing the recommendations from the AAR and action items from the IP, planners should: A. Prioritize improvement action items. B. Have a solid method for regularly monitoring
improvements. C. review potential alternatives if progress is not being made. D. All of the above.
A: When implementing the recommendations from the AAR and action items from the IP, planners should: b. Have a solid method for regularly monitoring improvements.
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User: When implementing the recommendations from the AAR and action items from the IP, planners should: A. Prioritize improvement action items. B. Have a solid method for regularly monitoring improvements. C. review potential alternatives if progress is not being made. D. All of the above.

Weegy: When implementing the recommendations from the AAR and action items from the IP, planners should: b. Have a solid method for regularly monitoring improvements.
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User: Where does the initiating event take place, what time of day does the event take place, and what the weather is like are all questions that should be answered in the: A. Scope. B. Objectives. C. Exercise Planning Workshop. D. Scenario narrative.

Weegy: 1 INTRODUCTION TO THE GUIDE TO PLANNING AND STAGING EXERCISES ‘A Framework for Major Emergency Management’ (2006) replaced the Framework for Co- ordinated Response to Major Emergency , [ which had underpinned major emergency preparedness and response capability since 1984. The Framework sets out the arrangements by which the Principal Response Agencies will work together in the management of large-scale incidents. This Guide to Planning and Staging Exercises is intended to support the Framework and provide guidance on running internal and joint / inter-agency exercise programmes. This document was originally presented as a working draft and the revised version includes both the feedback received on the original draft as well as additional material from the ‘Planning, Staging and Evaluating Exercises’ training course that was organised by the National Steering Group. ]
Expert answered|nlewis123|Points 160|

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