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1

command option: situations that require immediate action in order to stabilize an incident?

offensive

2

company officer assumes IC, what option is available for assignment of their remaining crew?

place under the supervision of acting captain

3

assumption of IC is discretionary for all ranks above?

battalion chief

4

what is utilized by the company officers involvement in the attack without neglecting ic responsibilities?

portable radio

5

why is passing command to a company not on scene no permitted?

may create a gap in critical command process and compromise incident management

6

what provides the most effective foundation for IC transfer?

tactical worksheet

7

once relieved of IC that individual will?

be assigned by the new IC to a position most advantageous to the incident

8

under extreme situations relating to safety , who can initiate corrective action?

any member

9

when is a division/group supervisor identified and placed?

whenever two resources are assigned to the same area/function

10

IC terminology is required anytime a/an...

category B assignment is held to work at an incident

11

according to the 8 standards of command, what number must be addressed immediately when there is an assumption of incident?

6

12

when Division/Groups exceed the span of control, the incident organization should be divided into?

branches

13

the first arriving member/resources initiates the IC process by?

providing the initial size up

14

what provides the most effective foundation for IC transfer?

the dispatch printout with tactical notes

15

an incident where a tactical worksheet must be initiated and utilized to assist in managing the incident would best be considered operation in which of the following modes?

command

16

which of the following two standards do not need to be addressed immediately anytime there is an assumption of IC?

transition of command and evaluation and revise

17

when the probability of saving lives is highly unlikely, the structure is vacant, or the risk to FF in attempting to save any salvageable property outweighs the gain, what operating mode should be considered?

defensive

18

once being relieved as the incident commander, that individual will?

be assigned by the new IC to a position most advantageous to the incident

19

the IC may transfer command to whom?

another officer of equal rank who is on scene

20

to prevent this gap, IC shall not pass or transfer to an officer who is?

not on scene

21

the officer assuming IC will communicate with the person being relieved by?

radio or
face to face

22

what basic sonfiguration of IC addressed the three operational levels?

strategic
tactical
task

23

what does the Tactical level direct?

activities to execute or implement specific objectives

24

the task level refers to those activities?

normally accomplished by a company or specific personnel

25

the strategic level involves?

overall IC and direction of the incident

26

the IC at a routine incident combines what levels?

strategic and
tactical

27

companies report directly to the IC and operate at the?

task level

28

divisions serve?

geographic area

29

groups serve?

functions

30

a company officer can effectively supervise their own crew and direct or coordinate the efforts of?

one or two additional companies

31

if proper span of control is 3-7 with five being opltimal. in a fast moving complex operations, a span of control should be?

no more than 5 divisions/groups is preferred

32

rehab is assigned to the medical unit and is part of what section?

logistics

33

a large scale incident spread over a wide geographic area should be divided into?

branches

34

what section assigns a staging manager?

operations

35

what section establishes the IAP?

operations

36

what sections establishes Sit stat and Re stat?

planning

37

what section manages BASE?

logistics

38

what section generates the incidents first IAP?

Planning

39

tactical meetings/ operational briefings cshould last how long?

30 minutes

40

prior to the assignment of an operations section chief, the IC shall be directly responsible for the incidents tactical priorities. these tactical priorities are?

rescue
hazard control
loss limiting,
victim/occupant stabilization
safety

41

which operational level of incident command directs activities to execute or implement specific objectives?

tactical

42

when can incident command be passed or transferred to an officer who is not on scene?

under no circumstances

43

which of the following tactical priorities listed below are on going through out the incident and provide for the safety, accountability and wwelfare of all responders at the incident and non responders affected by the incident?

victim/occupant stabilization and safety

44

during the transfer of IC, the person being relieved will brief the officer assuming IC indicating at least which of the following?

general situation status
deployment and assignments of operating companies and personnel

45

the number of Divisions/groups that can effectively managed by the IC varies. in fast moving complex operations, a span of control of no more than ? is preferred.

5

46

If a second company arrives on scene and cannot locate or is unable to communicate with the initial incident commander, that officer shell?

Assume and announce command and take action to confirm the safety of the initial incident commander

47

Organizational level having responsibility for operations within a defined geographic area is considered a?

Division

48

Within the incident command system DEmobilization unit reports to?

Plans chief

49

The concept by which each person with an organization reports to one and only one designated person best describes?

Unity of command

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