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1

Where do we get our authority to be incident commander's at scenes on the highway where we have jurisdiction and over state property?

VC and GC

2

HOw often are employee's required to review their commands EOP?

annually

3

How often shall all field commands conduct or participate in at least two emergency preparedness exercises annually?

at least two

4

What is the departments primary response tool for managing emergency incidents?

ICS - Incident Command System

5

What is Cal Ema?

California Emergency Management Agency

6

What are the 3 proclamations of emergency in California?
When does the Governor have complete authority over all agencies in state government?

Local emergency, State of Emergency, State of War Emergency
State of emergency and state of war emergency

7

Per Cal Ema and Sems what are the 5 levels of emergency response?

1- field response level
2- local government level
3- Operational Area Level
4- Regional Level
5- State Level

8

What is NIMS?

National Incident Management System

9

What is SEMS?

Standardized Emergency Management System

10

What does SEMS and NIMS require the use of for all levels of incidents?

ICS

11

What shall CHP employees use for all levels of emergency incidents?

ICS

12

Does a supervisor have to respond to emergency incidents, or crime scenes even if they are not within our primary investigative authority, if they are adjacent to state property or adjacent to freeways that impact traffic?

YES SHall

13

Does the appropriate ICS vest have to be worn by departmental personnel at all mulit-agency emergency incidents?

SHOULD BE

14

When do ICS responsibilities end?

must continue until all emergency ops at the scene have been terminated and order has been restored.

15

The span of control for CHP ICS should generally be?

max of 1 to 8
Optimum is 1-5

16

Who can initiate a tactical alert?

on duty supervisor or OIC (with commander approval)

17

What are the 5 types of plans with preparing for responding to and mitigating anticipated or actual emergency incidents?

1- Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)
2- Incident Action Plan (IAP)
3 Operational Plan
4- 72 hr Self Sufficient Operation
5- Emergency Action Plan (EAP)

18

EOP is what?

Emergency operations plan-
a plan created prior to an emergency such as earthquake, flood, terrorist attack

19

IAP is what?

can be written or verbal, it reflects the objectives, strategy and tactics determined by the incident commander to mitigate an EXISTING emergency incident

20

Operational Plan

A plan used for one scheduled or anticipated event requiring non-routine deployment of CHP personnel (sporting event, election)

21

72 Hr Self Sufficient Operation Plan?

operational guidance to ensure commands are prepared to be self-sufficient for the first 72 hrs following a disaster

22

EAP?

Emergency Action Plan is a facility specific plan designed to assist employees in planning for and responding to an emergency at their headquarters.

23

What shall a manager or supervisor placing a neighboring area on TA do?

Shall immediately notify the next level of command and the area's comm's center of details.

24

Can an officer wear tans on tactical alert?

No, blue utility uniform shall be worn throughout duration of TA.

25

HOw often must load planners be certified through USAF/AMC?

24 months

26

What paperwork is required after a natural disaster/major event where we ill or might get reimbursed ? When is it due, and how long is it kept for?

415c/ and 701'b's at the end of every shift

kept for current year for 5 years

27

What is the size of a typical mobile field force?

4- twelve man squads (1 sgt/ 11 officer per squard)
1 sgt (Deputy oic) w/ assigned driver
1 LT or above/ w/ driver
Total of 52 minimum and 14 patrol cars