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Which of the following is accurate regarding damage resulting from thunderstorms? a. To prevent shifting in high winds, manufactured (mobile) homes should be tied down. b. Flying debris is the least of concerns in causing injury to people and animals in tornadoes. c. When hail has destroyed trees, it is a poor indicator that buildings have also likely been damaged. d. Tie downs rarely protect manufactured (mobile) homes from typical high winds that occur in thunderstorms.
Weegy: a. To prevent shifting in high winds, manufactured (mobile) homes should be tied down. User: Which of the following statements is accurate regarding specialized training for hazardous materials? a. Hazardous material spills only rarely create disasters in the United States. b. The Occupational Safety and Hazards Act (OSHA) requires all organizations that handle hazardous materials accidents or spills to use the Incident Command System. c. Only few farmers are trained in the proper use and handling of agricultural chemicals on their farm. d. When hazardous chemicals are released, most people know how to control the source of release correctly. Weegy: b. The Occupational Safety and Hazards Act (OSHA) requires all organizations that handle hazardous materials accidents or spills to use the Incident Command System. User: Which of the following statements are correct regarding injuries and damages that result from earthquakes? a. Most human injuries in earthquakes result from falling objects. b. Storing heavy objects and containers with hazardous chemicals on lower shelves is an important mitigation for earthquakes. c. Housing animals so that heavy objects do not fall on them in earthquakes is an important preparedness activity for earthquakes. d. All of the above. Weegy: The answer is d. All of the above. User: Which of the following is NOT relevant to the care of animals in floods? a. Animals will frequently resist walking through flowing water. b. Animals that have recently moved from a warmer to a colder climate are at a greater risk of hypothermia than animals that have lived in a colder climate for longer periods. c. The number of animals that need to be evacuated from a farm is an important factor in determining how quickly a farm can be evacuated. d. Floodwaters are frequently contaminated with hazardous chemicals. Weegy: b. Animals that have recently moved from a warmer to a colder climate are at a greater risk of hypothermia than animals that ... (More)
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