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Exercises can be used to: a. Purchase new first response equipment. b. Test existing plans, procedures, and policies. c. promote non-collaborative response from first responder organizations. d. All of the above.
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(@ ramonaedema) You're an expert?? Your answer was B & C. There is no B & C option. Try again. Expert!
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Existing exercise requirements and capabilities, plausible risks, and functions most in need of rehearsal will be identified by conducting a(n): a. Needs Assessment. b. Initial Planning Conference. c. Concepts and Objectives meeting. d. After Action Review Conference.
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The needs assessment will identify:
Functions most requiring rehearsal.
Potential exercise participants.
Existing exercise requirements and capabilities.
Plausible hazards and the priority levels of those hazards.
For example, if your jurisdiction has recently updated their Emergency Operations Plan, that plan should then be validated. Therefore, your needs assessment should reflect the desire to design and conduct an exercise which would then test that plan.
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