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1

Agencies using Unified Command must speak the ________ _____________ to function effectively.

same language

p 401

2

The _______ provides an organized, intergrated, and coordinating mechanism to ensure the delivery of understandable, timely, accurate, and consistent information to the public in a crisis.

JIS (Joint Information System)

p 406

3

A ________ is a physical location where public affairs professionals from organizations involved in incident management activities can collect to perform critical emergency information, crisis communications and public-affairs functions.

JIC (Joint Information Center)

p 406

4

____________ ____________ teams are designed to manage large-scale incidents and can operate for an extended period of time.

Incident Management

p 407

5

_______ ____ IMTs are established, highly trained and experienced. They are mostly used for wildland fires, but can also be deployed for natural disasters or terrorist incidents.

Type I

p 407

6

What type of incidents are the most complex, requiring national resources to safely and effectively manage and operate?

Type I

p 407

7

Type I Incidents
* Operations personnel often exceed ______ per operational period and total personnel will usually exceed _______.

500 / 1000

p 407

8

_______ _____ teams are current teams that are certified for both state and federal level incidents.

Type II

p 407

9

In Type II incidents, operations personnel normally do not exceed ______ per operational period and total incident personnel do not exceed _______.

200 / 500

p 408

10

________ _____ teams are to be developed under the new federal recommendations.

Type III

p 408

11

________ _____ teams can be developed at the municipal, county, or district level and would work well for multi-agency or multi-jurisdictional use.

Type IV

p 408

12

________ _____ teams could be jurisdictional specific or developed through mutual aid agreements. These teams would work well for areas served by departments or jurisdictions with limited resources.

Type V

p 409

13

A vehicle fire, an injured person, or a police traffic stop are examples of what type of incident?

Type V

p 409

14

Unified Command should be implemented for the following situations:
* More than one agency has _____________ jurisdiction
* An incident poses a threat to two or more _____________
* A significant event requiring joint preplanning and operations such as a major _________ event, large ____________ celebration or parades, etc.

* statutory
* jurisdictions
* sporting / holiday

p 401

15

The Golden Rules of Unified Command:
* No agency's ___________ is compromised or neglected
* One ________ is developed for the entire incident
* Participants in Unified Command must have authority to speak for their ________.
* Unified Command participants must speak with a _________ ________.

* authority
* IAP
* agency
* single voice

p 399

16

Those organizations that participate in Unified Command should have __________ or _____________ responsibility for some portion of the incident or event.

statutory or jurisdictional

p 399

17

Assisting and cooperating agencies that contribute resources to the incident with no statutory responsibility should not function at the __________ ___________ level, but should assign agency representatives to effectively represent their resources through the ___________ ___________.

Unified Command / Liaison Officer

p 399

18

In multi-agency / multi-jurisdictional incidents, many jurisdictions, organizations, or agencies lack the ability to communicate with one another due to ?

incompatible radio systems

p 402

19

It is important at all times for the JIC to have the most current and accurate information regarding __________ _____________ activities.

incident management

p 406

20

* This type of incident extends beyond the capabilities for local control and is expected to go into multiple operational periods ?

Type II incidents

p 407

21

* All Command and General Staff positions are activated for this type of incident ?

Type I

p 407

22

* Most or all of the Command and General Staff positions are filled for this type of incident ?

Type II

p 407

23

These teams are developed and certified under federal guidelines ?

Type I

p 407

24

These teams can be developed and used at the state level, in a major region of a state, or an area with multi-agency or multi-jurisdictional use ?

Type III

p 408

25

In these incidents some or all of the Command and General Staff positions may be activated, as well as Division/Group Supervisors and/or Unit Leader level positions ?

Type III

p 408

26

During this type of incident Command and General Staff functions are activated only if needed ?

Type IV incidents

p 408

27

Type IV incidents are usually limited to one ___________ period in the control phase.

operational

p 408

28

During these incidents Command and General Staff positions (other than the IC) are not activated ?

Type V

p 409