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The Operational Period Briefing: a. Helps keep the public and media informed about the incident status and operational accomplishments b. Presents the Incident Action Plan (IAP) for the upcoming
period to supervisory personnel c. Provides an orientation to individual resources at the beginning of their assignments d. Sets forth the specific tasks, reporting relationships, and expectations for support staff
The Operational Period Briefing: b. Presents the Incident Action Plan (IAP) for the upcoming period to supervisory personnel. The Operations Period Briefing may be referred to as the Operational Briefing or the Shift Briefing. This briefing is conducted at the beginning of each Operational Period and presents the Incident Action Plan to supervisors of tactical
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The Operational Period Briefing: b. Presents the Incident Action Plan (IAP) for the upcoming period to supervisory personnel. The Operations Period Briefing may be referred to as the Operational Briefing or the Shift Briefing. This briefing is conducted at the beginning of each Operational Period and presents the Incident Action Plan to supervisors of tactical resources. Following the Operations Period Briefing supervisors will meet with their assigned resources for a detailed briefing on their respective assignments.
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When command is transferred, then all personnel with a need to know should be told: a. The qualifications of the incoming Incident Commander b. The limits of the Incident Commander’s scope of authority c. The effective time and date of the transfer d. The Incident Commander’s cell phone number
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When command is transferred, then all personnel with a need to know should be told: c. The effective time and date of the transfer
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Who generally facilitates the Operational Period Briefing? a. Public Information Officer b. Operations Section Chief c. Logistics Section Chief d. Planning Section Chief
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d. planning chief
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The Planning Section Chief generally facilitates the Operational Period Briefing.
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An individual assuming the role of the Deputy Incident Commander must: a. Be a representative of the jurisdiction at the incident b. Have served as a Branch Director within the current organization c. Have prior experience predicting workloads and potential staffing needs d. Be equally capable of assuming the Incident Commander role
Weegy: An individual assuming the role of the Deputy Incident Commander must be equally capable of assuming the Incident Commander role. User: Who is responsible for determining the appropriate tactics for an incident? a. The Safety Officer b. The Operations Section c. The Planning Section d. The Deputy Incident Commander (More)
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The Operations Section is responsible for determining the appropriate tactics for an incident.
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Who is responsible for determining the appropriate tactics for an incident? a. The Safety Officer b. The Operations Section c. The Planning Section d. The Deputy Incident Commander
Weegy: The incident commander. User: Select the TRUE statement: a. Informal communication is prohibited within the Incident Command System b. Formal communication requires the use of written reports to document all interactions c. Formal communication is used in reporting progress of assigned tasks d. Informal communication is the preferred method for communicating resource needs (More)
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the actual answer is D. the deputy incident commander
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The information and intelligence function may be organized in one of the following ways: • Within the Command Staff • As a Unit Within the Planning Section • As a Branch Within the Operations Section • ____________________________________ a. At a separate Incident Command Post b. Under the Communications Unit within Logistics c. As a separate General Staff Section d. Outside the command structure for security reasons
Weegy: The information and intelligence function may be organized in one of the following ways: • Within the Command Staff • As a Unit Within the Planning Section • As a Branch Within the Operations Section • As a seperate General Staff Section. User: Which is the top priority within the ICS common leadership responsibilities? a. Establishing agency policies for future incidents b. Encouraging creativity and risk taking c. Enhancing partnerships with Agency Representatives d. Ensuring safe work practices (More)
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Ensuring safe work practices is the top priority within the ICS common leadership responsibilities.
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