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Q: ICS facilitates the ability to communicate by using: a. ICS-specific codes. b. Acronyms. c. Common terminology. d. NIMS lexicon.
A: d. NIMS lexicon.
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User: ICS facilitates the ability to communicate by using: a. ICS-specific codes. b. Acronyms. c. Common terminology. d. NIMS lexicon.

Weegy: d. NIMS lexicon.
sls23|Points 1172|

User: Transfer of command is defined as the process of: a. Abiding by institutional policies and guidelines and any applicable rules and regulations. b. Blending Incident Commanders from multiple responding agencies into an integrated, unified team. c. Abdicating jurisdictional responsibility for resources provided to another jurisdiction. d. Moving the responsibility for incident command from one Incident Commander to another.

Weegy: The answer is D
VWTardis|Points 25|

User: Transfer of command may take place for all of the following reasons, EXCEPT: a. A jurisdiction or agency is legally required to take command. b. The incident changes in complexity. c. A more senior but less qualified person arrives on scene. d. The current Incident Commander needs to rest

Weegy: Transfer of command may take place for all of the following reasons, EXCEPT c. A more senior but less qualified person arrives on scene.
ramkitten|Points 7200|

User: Transfer of command may take place for all of the following reasons, EXCEPT: a. A jurisdiction or agency is legally required to take command. b. The incident changes in complexity. c. A more senior but less qualified person arrives on scene. d. The current Incident Commander needs to rest.

Weegy: Transfer of command may take place for all of the following reasons, EXCEPT c. A more senior but less qualified person arrives on scene.
ramkitten|Points 7200|

User: Transfer of command may take place for all of the following reasons, EXCEPT: a. A jurisdiction or agency is legally required to take command. b. The incident changes in complexity. c. A more senior but less qualified person arrives on scene. d. The current Incident Commander needs to rest.

Weegy: Transfer of command may take place for all of the following reasons, EXCEPT c. A more senior but less qualified person arrives on scene.
ramkitten|Points 7200|

User: When implemented properly, Unified Command: a. Requires the establishment of separate Operations Sections comprised of responders from each jurisdiction or agency. b. Involves the development of multiple Incident Action Plans under the direction of each Incident Commander. c. Enables agencies with different legal, geographic, and functional responsibilities to coordinate, plan, and interact effectively. d. Is managed away from the incident scene at an Emergency Operations Center or other facility.

Weegy: When implemented properly, Unified Command: c. Enables agencies with different legal, geographic, and functional responsibilities to coordinate, plan, and interact effectively.
ramkitten|Points 7200|

User: When implemented properly, Unified Command: a. Requires the establishment of separate Operations Sections comprised of responders from each jurisdiction or agency. b. Involves the development of multiple Incident Action Plans under the direction of each Incident Commander. c. Enables agencies with different legal, geographic, and functional responsibilities to coordinate, plan, and interact effectively. d. Is managed away from the incident scene at an Emergency Operations Center or other facility.

Weegy: When implemented properly, Unified Command: c. Enables agencies with different legal, geographic, and functional responsibilities to coordinate, plan, and interact effectively.
ramkitten|Points 7200|

User: Select the TRUE statement below. a. Under Unified Command, each jurisdiction or agency establishes its own incident objectives and Incident Action Plans. b. Under Unified Command, the most senior Incident Commander has seniority over the other Incident Commanders. c. Multiple Operations Section Chiefs may be assigned, with each representing his or her jurisdiction or agency. d. The Incident Commanders within the Unified Command make joint decisions and speak as one voice.

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