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15. Which of the following is the second step of the emergency planning process? A. Preparing, reviewing, and approving the plan B. Understanding the situation C. Developing the plan D. Implementing and maintaining the plan
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User: 15. Which of the following is the second step of the emergency planning process? A. Preparing, reviewing, and approving the plan B. Understanding the situation C. Developing the plan D. Implementing and maintaining the plan

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Understanding the situation is the second step of the emergency planning process.
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7. The recommended emergency operations plan format includes: A. Vulnerability studies. B. Response operations. C. Hazard-specific analyses. D. The basic plan.
Weegy: The recommended emergency operations plan format includes: Response operations. (More)
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6. The Situation and Assumptions component of the basic plan includes: A. Disclaimers to limit the liability in case of emergency. B. Legal bases for emergency operations and activities. C. Threats addressed by the plan. D. Instructions for compiling situation reports.
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The Situation and Assumptions component of the basic plan includes : Disclaimers to limit the liability in case of emergency.
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23. A document describing how a community will respond to a wide variety of potential hazards is: A. An implementing instruction. B. A support document. C. An emergency operations plan. D. A standard operating procedure.
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A document describing how a community will respond to a wide variety of potential hazards is: An emergency operations plan.
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