1.
If the subject of a SAR mission is found unconscious, the SAR provider's authorization to treat life-threatening injuries is called:
A.
expressed consent.
B.
implied consent.
C.
engendered reliance.
D.
duty to act.


2.
If, while on a mission, a SAR provider finds a conscious, mentally incompetent adult subject with non–life-threatening injuries, the provider's authority to treat and transport:
A.
is granted by implied consent for routine care.
B.
may be authorized by a law enforcement officer.
C.
is mandated to avoid breach of duty.
D.
is granted by expressed consent.


3.
The Good Samaritan Laws in most states:
A.
mandate a duty to act even by unpaid professionals.
B.
provide immunity from prosecution for neglect.
C.
replace the Volunteer Protection Act.
D.
provide an affirmative defense if a provider is sued for rendering care.


4.
The HIPPA standards:
A.
protect the patient from negligent care.
B.
protect the unpaid professional from frivolous suits.
C.
protect the patient from improper release of health information.
D.
protect SAR providers but not SAR organizations.


5.
Searchers are obligated to leave a property if:
A.
the land to be searched is not posted but permission is denied.
B.
the land is posted but the owner consents.
C.
the land is not posted and the owner is unknown.
D.
they see someone waving them away.


6.
All clues found in a search area:
A.
are criminal evidence.
B.
must be collected and handled with a chain of custody.
C.
should be left untouched.
D.
should be treated as if they were evidence, if a crime is suspected.


7.
The policy of “do no harm” is generally imposed on:
A.
only medically certified SAR providers.
B.
only licensed medical professionals.
C.
all SAR providers.
D.
only law enforcement officials.


8.
A standard of care:
A.
is the same for all SAR providers.
B.
may be different for medically trained SAR providers.
C.
is a legally defined national standard.
D.
is variable depending on a patient's injuries.


9.
If a SAR organization claims to provide a service that is only provided by a few specially qualified members, the principle of __________may be violated.
A.
simple abandonment
B.
engendered reliance
C.
implied consent
D.
express consent


10.
A member's failure to respond to a SAR mission is classified as:
A.
abandonment.
B.
battery.
C.
negligence.
D.
none of the above.



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