1.
Which ICS function approves the ordering of additional resources?
A.
Plans
B.
Operations
C.
Logistics
D.
Command


2.
The planning section:
A.
runs staging areas.
B.
performs the tactical actions of the mission.
C.
maintains and displays situation status.
D.
requests all personnel and equipment.


3.
Which ICS function provides treatment of injured SAR workers?
A.
Plans
B.
Operations
C.
Logistics
D.
Command


4.
The standardization of job titles in ICS:
A.
determines to which ICS section a person is assigned.
B.
identifies to which level of the ICS organization a person is assigned.
C.
determines how many personnel they will manage.
D.
defines the legal liability of the unit.


5.
The type of a resource relates to:
A.
the staffing size in a resource.
B.
the level of skill and capability of a resource.
C.
the sort of work the resource may do.
D.
the ability to manage personnel


6.
In multi-agency and multiple jurisdiction incidents, how many Incident Commands may there be?
A.
a few
B.
as many as are needed
C.
one per agency or jurisdiction
D.
one


7.
The five primary ICS management functions are:
A.
Command, Operations, Planning, Logistics, and Finance
B.
Command, Resource, Planning, Food Unit, and Transportation
C.
Command, Public Information, Liaison, Safety, and Logistics
D.
Task Force, Strike Team, Single Resource, Branch, and Division


8.
In an incident with many kinds of resources, how many incident bases may be established?
A.
a few
B.
as many as are needed
C.
one per kind of resource
D.
one


9.
An Incident Action Plan:
A.
provides specific tactical direction for a designated operational period.
B.
should never be shorter than 2 hours.
C.
is set as positive direction and should not be altered until the next operational period.
D.
is always 12 hours.


10.
Strike Team requirements include:
A.
the same kind and type of resources.
B.
common communications.
C.
a leader.
D.
all of the above.


11.
Task Force requirements include:
A.
the same kind and type of resources.
B.
different kinds and types of resources.
C.
permanent shift of resources.
D.
similar resources combined with common communication.


12.
An available resource's reporting location, time, and likely length of mission is found in:
A.
IAP Objectives.
B.
IAP Strategies.
C.
Incident Assignments Lists.
D.
IAP map.


13.
Check-in may occur at:
A.
staging areas.
B.
incident base.
C.
camps.
D.
all of the above.


14.
The Incident Command System refers to:
A.
an on-scene incident management model.
B.
the response plan for all incidents.
C.
the management of multi-agency incidents.
D.
a jurisdiction's emergency response plan.


15.
The Resource Unit Leader reports to:
A.
the Planning Section Chief.
B.
the Operations Section Chief.
C.
the Logistics Section Chief.
D.
the Finance/Administration Section Chief.


16.
Common terminology should always be used in the ICS for:
A.
resources.
B.
position titles.
C.
resources and facilities.
D.
all of the above.


17.
Every incident needs a written Incident Action Plan.
A.
True
B.
False


18.
Essential elements of the Incident Action Plan include:
A.
organization details.
B.
a statement of objectives.
C.
a suspension plan.
D.
both a and b.


19.
Command Staff consists of:
A.
Operations, Planning, Logistics, and Finance.
B.
Task Force, Strike Team, and Single Resource.
C.
Safety Officer, Liaison Officer, and Public Information Officer.
D.
Branches, Groups, Divisions.



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