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1

Producing operational plans involves the application of information gathered from: (4)

Preincident surveys

Knowledge of the jurisdictions ICS system

Knowledge of incident scene safety policies

The strategy required to control incidents using available resources

2

An increase in the complexity of an incident increases the complexity of the _________.

ICS

3

Large-scale incidents, commonly referred to as _________, can include pumpers, aerial, rescue, hazmat, and support apparatus.

Multiple alarms

4

A level II company officer must be able to coordinate the _______ of units to mitigate the incident.

Functions

5

Company officers should receive ongoing training in _________ throughout their careers.

NIMS-ICS

6

Each Level II company officer should be trained to ICS level _______. ICS level _______ is recommended.

200

300

7

Each incident should have only _____ IC.

1

8

As the complexity of the incident increases, the level II company officer may transfer command to a _______ or _________.

More experienced

Higher ranked officer

9

As the IC, the Level II company officer must: (4)

Assume command

Conduct size up

Assign task responsibility

Develop an IAP

10

As an incident progresses, the Level II company officer must also: (3)

Track resources on the scene

Consider personnel accountability

Plan the release of those resources

11

To manage resources, a _____ and ______ system used by the organization should be implemented.

Tracking

Accountability

12

When considering resource management, a Level II company officer must be able to: (4)

Locate

Contact

Deploy

Reassign the units

13

If staging has not been implemented, company officers should _______

Check in with the incident commander and wait for an assignment

14

Units assigned to the incident must contact the incident commander to ensure that they have complete _________ with the command post.

Communication

15

Tracking system visual aids may be a ______ or _______.

Worksheet

Dry erase board

16

At every incident, a system of ________ should be employed.

Accountability

17

As it pertains to accountability, the incident commander should know: (3)

Who is at the incident

Where each person is located

Who and how many may be trapped or injured

18

The _______ is responsible for the personnel accountability system.

Incident commander

19

The personal accountability system may be assigned to another officer or Command aide as part of the _______ section.

Planning

20

Name three Command types of personnel accountability systems.

Tag system

SCBA tag system

Barcode readers

21

The incident commander should demobilize resources when they are ________.

No longer needed

22

NFPA ______ identifies rehabilitation procedures for demobilizing personnel.

1584

23

Decontamination may be necessary before going back in service. This can take place ________ or _______.

At the incident site

Station

24

______, _________, and ______ must be decontaminated in accordance with local policy and NFPA 1581.

Small tools

Medical equipment

PPE

25

Transferring of command should be done in person at the _______, if possible.

IC post

26

The transfer of command can be assisted through the use of a _______ or _______.

Tactical worksheet

ICS Form 201

27

The officer assuming command should acknowledge the receipt of the information by _______.

Repeating it back

28

After transfer of command, the former IC can be ______ or _______.

Reassigned

Retained as an aide

29

Command organization must develop at a pace that _________ of the tactical deployment of resources.

Stays ahead of

30

The IC must ____, _____ and ______ the location and functions of all operating units.

Direct

Control

Track