1.
Search can be defined as:
A.
the location of persons in distress.
B.
the retrieval of persons in distress.
C.
the location and retrieval of persons in distress.
D.
helping persons in distress.


2.
Rescue can be defined as:
A.
the location of persons in distress.
B.
helping persons in distress.
C.
delivering persons in distress to a place of safety.
D.
the retrieval and initial care for a person in distress along with their delivery to a place of safety.


3.
The three fundamental skills for search and rescue training are:
A.
search, rescue, and recovery.
B.
search, ICS training, and rescue.
C.
search, rescue, and survival/support.
D.
search, rescue, and improvisation.


4.
The Provisional International Civil Aviation Organization (PICAO) defines search and rescue as:
A.
the act of finding and returning to safety the survivors from an emergency incident.
B.
the location of persons in distress.
C.
helping persons in distress.
D.
a rescue problem.


5.
T.J. Setnicka, author of “Wilderness Search and Rescue,” stated that SAR was essentially:
A.
a rescue problem.
B.
a transportation problem.
C.
a retrieval operation.
D.
a search operation.


6.
The National Association for Search and Rescue is:
A.
a for-profit organization composed of paid search and rescue personnel.
B.
a not-for-profit membership organization of both paid and unpaid SAR professionals.
C.
part of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
D.
part of the USA Freedom Corps.


7.
The National Association for Search and Rescue (NASAR) developed the SAR TECH certification criteria in order to:
A.
evaluate three levels of search responder so that a measurable level of capability could be available for incident commanders.
B.
provide training opportunities for paid SAR responders.
C.
provide opportunities for citizens to participate in search operations.
D.
train search managers.


8.
The Citizens Corps programs DO NOT include:
A.
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT).
B.
Neighborhood Watch Program (NWP).
C.
Medical Reserve Corps (MRC).
D.
SAR TECH Standards.


9.
The CERT course is offered by:
A.
National Association for Search and Rescue (NASAR).
B.
Medical Reserve Corps (MRC).
C.
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
D.
Mountain Rescue Association (MRA).



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