Which Command Staff member approves the Incident Action Plan and all requests pertaining to the ordering and releasing of incident resources?
Mutual Aid Agreements ________________________________.
Which NIMS Management Characteristic includes developing and issuing assignments, plans, procedures, and protocols to accomplish tasks?
When command is transferred, then all personnel involved in the incident should be told:
The Incident Command System (ICS) is only applicable to large, complex incidents.
Which Incident Type requires regional or national resources with up to 200 personnel per operational period?
Which of these is NOT a tool that you would need at the incident?
An Incident Commander’s scope of authority is derived from existing laws, agency policies, and/or ______.
The Incident Command System (ICS) is:
Which of the following demonstrates a leader’s commitment to duty?
Which Incident Type do these characteristics describe: some or all of the Command and General Staff are activated as well as Division or Group Supervisor and/or Unit Leader positions, the incident extends into multiple operational periods, and a written IAP is required?
Which type of briefing is delivered to individual resources or crews who are assigned to operational tasks and/or work at or near the incident site?
Which Incident Type requires regional or national resources, all Command and General Staff positions are activated, branches are activated, personnel may exceed 500 per operational period, and a disaster declaration may occur?
Which of the following is NOT a recommended characteristic for incident objectives?
When a more qualified person arrives on scene, which statement best describes what happens?
To ensure a smooth transfer, the outgoing Incident Commander should provide a ___________ to the new Incident Commander.
Which factor does not impact the complexity of an incident?
Which NIMS Management Characteristic refers to the number of subordinates that directly report to a supervisor?
Which ICS Supervisory Position title is used at the Division/Group organizational level?
NIMS provides a consistent framework for incident management at all jurisdictional levels regardless of the cause, size, or complexity of the incident.