Exam Of Fundamentals Of Emergency Management 5

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  1. Which of the following is NOT a key function of the Multiagency Coordination System?

A. Situation assessment B. Interagency activities C. Incident command D. Critical resource planning

  1. What capabilities focus on saving lives, protecting property and the environment, and meeting basic human needs and begin when an incident is imminent or immediately after an event occurs?

A. Readiness B. Recovery C. Rescue D. Response

  1. Which FEMA mitigation program assists in implementing long­term hazard mitigation measures following Presidential disaster declarations?

A. Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) B. Repetitive Flood Claims (RFC) C. Severe Repetitive Loss (SRL) D. Pre­Disaster Mitigation (PDM)

  1. The local emergency manager has the responsibility for coordinating emergency management programs and activities. A local emergency manger is responsible for all of the following activities EXCEPT FOR:

A. Managing resources before, during, and after a major emergency or disaster. B. Identifying and analyzing the potential impacts of hazards that threaten the jurisdiction. C. Developing an Incident Action Plan that specifies tactics for first responders D. Coordinating the planning process and working cooperatively with response partners.


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  1. _ is responsible for coordinating Federal resources Federal resources that support State, local, tribal, and territorial efforts when a Federal emergency or disaster is declared.

A. FEMA B. Local government C. Regional government D. State government

  1. Specific areas of authority and responsibilities for emergency management should be clearly stated in local ordinances and laws. These ordinances and laws should specify a specific line of succession for elected officials and require that departments of government establish lines of succession.


  1. Which of the following statements about the Stafford Act is correct? Under the Stafford Act:

A. The Federal assistance available for major disasters is more limited than that which is available for emergencies.

B. The types of incidents that may qualify as a major disaster are extremely broad. C. The President may only declare a major disaster at the request of a Governor or tribal Chief Executive

who certifies the State or tribal government and affected local governments are overwhelmed. D. An emergency is defined as any natural catastrophe for which, in the determination of the President,

Federal assistance is needed to supplement State, tribal, and local efforts and capabilities to save lives.

  1. Which mission area includes restoring health and social services networks and returning economic and business activities to a healthy state?

A. Recovery B. Prevention C. Protection D. Response

  1. The Whole Community concept means that residents, emergency management practitioners, organization and community leaders, and government officials:

A. Become self­reliant in responding to disaster so that they will not need to request assistance through mutual aid or other means.

B. Work together to assess the needs of their respective communities and determine the best ways to organize and strengthen their assets, capacities, and interests.

C. Prioritize which members of the community will receive assistance if response and recovery resources are limited.

D. Rely on the expertise and resources of the Federal Government to rebuild their communities in a safer, stronger way following a disaster.

  1. Which of the following presents an integrated set of guidance, programs, and processes that enables the whole community to meet the National Preparedness Goal.

A. Incident Command System B. State Training and Exercise System

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C. National Preparedness System D. Community Response System

  1. Emergency managers create and sustain broad and sincere relationships among individuals and organizations to encourage trust, advocate a team atmosphere, build consensus, and facilitate communication. This statement describes which emergency management principle?

A. Integrated B. Coordinated C. Flexible D. Collaborative

  1. In addition to emergency core functions, the emergency manager directs day­to­day program functions. An example of a day­to­day function is:

A. Direction, control, and coordination B. Emergency public information C. Hazard mitigation D. Public health and medical services

  1. What capabilities focus on reducing loss of life and property by lessening the impact of disasters?

A. Protection B. Response C. Management D. Mitigation

  1. Integrated emergency management is:

A. A detailed methodology used when needed to manage complex incidents that are beyond a jurisdiction’s capability.

B. Intended to create an organizational culture that is critical to achieving unity of effort between all stakeholders.

C. A new concept to ensure that jurisdictions are prepared to response to human­caused incidents, such as terrorist attacks.

D. Used only during times of disasters and should not be integrated into the daily decisionmaking process within a jurisdiction.

  1. All of the following are important emergency management planning principles EXCEPT FOR:

A. Planning must be community based, representing the whole population and its needs. B. Planning should be flexible enough to address both traditional and catastrophic incidents. C. Planning results in unique plans for every type of threat or hazard. D. Planning is fundamentally a process to manage risk.

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