15. Resources within areas of intervention:A. Non-service-related resources are prepared for availability. Awaiting operational deployment C. Include those who are ready for demobilization and return to their jurisdictions. Are managed by Logistics Section 18. What is the ICS supervisory board title used at the Division/Group organization level? 18. A person assuming the role of Deputy Commander must:A. Do you have prior knowledge to predict workloads and potential personnel requirements.
I served as a branch leader in the current organizationC. Also be able to play the role of Incident Commander. Be a representative of the court in Incident A. Evolution for the future. B. Get out of a tactical role to play a leadership role if necessary. C. Ensure that tasks are understood. D. All of those mentioned above. A.
Authority Delegation B. IMT Position Description C. Incident Action Plan D. Outgoing Incident Commander 22. Select TRUE:A statement. The area of control should be defined without taking into account factors such as the nature of the incident, the nature of the task, risks and safety factors. The margin of control is reached by organizing resources in teams, divisions, groups, branches or C sections. In the case of incidents resolved during the first deployment period 2, the margin of control is less of a concern. Branches within the ICS organization can be created:A. Within the groups to organize the resources. Geographically or functionally C. Under the supervision of a LeaderD.
Along the lines of expertise of the agency A. Transfer of Command Briefing B. Situational Analysis Document C. Staff list occupied each section D. Lessons Learned Report 17. Which of them is NOT a tool you might need during the incident? . . 21. Select the TRUE:A.ICS statement encourages the use of unique position titles to meet the specific needs of the incidentB.
ICS positions can be combined to save staff or achieve a higher level of efficiency. ICS recognizes that an Incident Commander may not be necessary when a chief operating officer is assigned. The organizational structure of the CSI should include only the functions and positions necessary to achieve Objectives A. A standardized management tool to meet the needs of small and large emergency or non-emergency situations. B. Best suited to managing complex incidents that take many hours or days.