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Responsibility for emergency preparedness: A. Is divided between the Federal and State governments. B. Rests solely at the local jurisdictional level. C. Is shared by the whole community. D. Falls strictly to individuals and households.
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User: Responsibility for emergency preparedness: A. Is divided between the Federal and State governments. B. Rests solely at the local jurisdictional level. C. Is shared by the whole community. D. Falls strictly to individuals and households.

Weegy: Responsibility for emergency preparedness: Is shared by the whole community.
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User: Team planning is most effective when the group leader develops the overall plan and then solicits feedback from the group. A. TRUE B. FALSE

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Team planning is most effective when the group leader develops the overall plan and then solicits feedback from the group. FALSE.

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Core capabilities are: Distinct elements that are essential for the execution of each mission area.

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Elected officials should be excluded from the planning process because of the potential for political influence. A. TRUE B. FALSE
Weegy: Elected officials should be excluded from the planning process because of the potential for political influence. FALSE. User: What part of an emergency operations plan typically provides an overview of the emergency management and response program? A. Supporting annex B. Standard operating procedure C. Basic plan D. Threat/hazard/incident-specific annex (More)
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Basic Plan part of an emergency operations plan typically provides an overview of the emergency management and response program.
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As defined in CPG 101, the first step in the emergency planning process is to: A. Conduct a threat/hazard analysis. B. Form a collaborative planning team. C. Seek State and Federal approval for undertaking a planning effort. D. Conduct training and exercises to ensure that the correct goals and objectives have been identified.
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As defined in CPG 101, the first step in the emergency planning process is to: Form a Collaborative Planning Team.
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Weegy: An emergency plan should be reviewed and updated at least every 1 or 2 years and after key events, including plan activation. -is the TRUE statement. [ ] User: The process for developing emergency operations plans is outlined in Comprehensive Preparedness Guide (CPG) 101. A. TRUE B. FALSE Weegy: The process for developing emergency operations plans is outlined in Comprehensive Preparedness Guide (CPG) 101. TRUE. User: The purposes of conducting exercises include all of the following EXCEPT FOR: A. Test and evaluate plans, policies, and procedures and identify planning weaknesses. B. Identify parties who fail to perform to standard so punitive actions can be taken. C. Improve interagency coordination and communication. D. Clarify the roles and responsibilities of all participants. (More)
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The purposes of conducting exercises include all of the following EXCEPT FOR: Identify parties who fail to perform to standard so punitive actions can be taken.
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