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NIMS IS-200.C: Basic Incident Command System For Initial Response Answers
1. Which NIMS Management Characteristic includes developing and issuing assignments, plans, procedures, and protocols to accomplish tasks?
A. Modular Organization
B. Comprehensive Resource Management
C. Manageable Span of Control
D. Management by Objectives
2. Which of the following is NOT a recommended characteristic for incident objectives?
A. Measurable and attainable
B. Includes a standard and timeframe
C. Stated in broad terms to allow for flexibility
D. In accordance with the Incident Commander’s authorities
3. 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?
A. Field-level briefing
B. Operational Period Briefing
C. Section-level briefing
D. Staff-level briefing
4. 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?
A. Type 2
B. Type 5
C. Type 4
D. Type 3
5. To ensure a smooth transfer, the outgoing Incident Commander should provide a ___________ to the new Incident Commander.
A. Transfer of Command Briefing
B. Situational Analysis Document
C. List of personnel staffing each Section
D. Lessons Learned Report
6. NIMS provides a consistent framework for incident management at all jurisdictional levels regardless of the cause, size, or complexity of the incident.
7. Which factor does not impact the complexity of an incident?
A. Community and responder safety
B. Cost considerations of responding agencies
C. Potential hazardous materials
D. Political sensitivity, external influences, and media relations
8. An Incident Commander’s scope of authority is derived from existing laws, agency policies, and/or ______.
A. Delegation of Authority
B. IMT Position Description
C. Incident Action Plan
D. Outgoing Incident Commander
9. Which NIMS Management Characteristic refers to the number of subordinates that directly report to a supervisor?
A. Modular Organization
B. Chain of Command and Unity of Command
C. Manageable Span of Control
D. Management by Objectives
10. When command is transferred, then all personnel involved in the incident should be told:
A. The qualifications of the incoming Incident Commander
B. The Incident Commander’s cell phone number
C. The effective time and date of the transfer
D. The limits of the Incident Commander’s scope of authority
11. When a more qualified person arrives on the scene, which statement best describes what happens?
A. The more qualified person automatically becomes the new Incident Commander and assumes command. The outgoing Incident Commander demobilizes to avoid confusion.
B. The Emergency Operations Center Director must order a Transfer of Command.
C. The more qualified person becomes the new Incident Commander at the beginning of the next operational period.
D. The more qualified person has options based on agency guidelines; these can include assuming command, maintaining command as is, or requesting a more qualified Incident Commander.
12. Which Command Staff member approves the Incident Action Plan and all requests pertaining to the ordering and releasing of incident resources?
A. Incident Commander
B. Liaison Officer
C. Public Information Officer
D. Safety Officer
13. Which Incident Type requires regional or national resources with up to 200 personnel per operational period?
A. Type 1
B. Type 5
C. Type 4
D. Type 2
14. Which of the following demonstrates a leader’s commitment to duty?
A. Developing subordinates for the future.
B. Stepping out of a tactical role to assume a leadership role when needed.
C. Ensuring tasks are understood.
D. All of the above.
15. 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?
A. Type 1
B. Type 4
C. Type 3
D. Type 2
16. The Incident Command System (ICS) is only applicable to large, complex incidents.
17. Which of these is NOT a tool that you would need at the incident?
A. Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)
B. Exercise Plan
C. Maps of the affected area
D. Agency Procedures Manual
18. Which ICS Supervisory Position title is used at the Division/Group organizational level?
19. Mutual Aid Agreements ________________________________.
A. are mandated in state and county emergency management budgets.
B. are limited to the exchange of resources between neighboring states.
C. base their assistance on the equivalent monetary value of shared resources.
D. assist agencies and jurisdictions when existing resources are inadequate.
20. The Incident Command System (ICS) is:
A. A standardized management tool for meeting the demands of small or large emergency or non-emergency situations.
B. Most applicable to the management of complex incidents that extend over many hours or days.
C. A military system used in domestic incidents to ensure command and control of Federal resources.
D. A relatively new approach was created based on the lessons learned from Hurricane Harvey disaster operations.
FEMA IS-200.B Answers
1. When command is transferred, then all personnel with a need to know should be told:
A. The effective time and date of the transfer
B. The limits of the Incident Commander’s scope of authority
C. The Incident Commander’s cell phone number
D. The qualifications of the incoming Incident Commander
2. Branches within the ICS organization can be established:
A. Within Groups to organize resources
B. Geographically or functionally
C. Under the supervision of a Leader
D. Along agency jurisdictional lines
3. Which is the top priority within the ICS common leadership responsibilities?
A. Enhancing partnerships with Agency Representatives
B. Encouraging creativity and risk-taking
C. Ensuring safe work practices
D. Establishing agency policies for future incidents
4. Which Section is responsible for handling claims related to property damage, injuries, or fatalities at the incident?
A. Finance/Administration Section
B. Operations Section
C. Planning Section
D. Logistics Section
5. These levels of the ICS organization may have Deputy positions: Branch Incident Commander __________
D. Staging Area
6. Select the TRUE statement:
A. Formal communication is used in reporting progress of assigned tasks
B. Formal communication requires the use of written reports to document all interactions
C. Informal communication is the preferred method for communicating resource needs
D. Informal communication is prohibited within the Incident Command System
7. Who generally facilitates the Operational Period Briefing?
A. Logistics Section Chief
B. Operations Section Chief
C. Planning Section Chief
D. Public Information Officer
8. Chris Smith is the Situation Unit Leader. No Planning Section Chief is assigned. Who does Chris Smith report to?
A. No Direct Supervisor
B. Public Information Officer
C. Incident Commander
D. Operations Section Chief
9. Typing resources allows managers to make better resource ordering decisions by:
A. Linking resources needed to execute typical response and recovery activities
B. Indicating how the resource can be used when deployed at the incident site
C. Providing detailed information about the best sources for procuring a needed resource
D. Describing the size, capability, and staffing qualifications of a specific resource
10. ICS Form 201:
A. Contains status information for briefing the incoming Incident Commander or team, or other resources
B. Allows a Single Resource Boss to track major activities during each operational period
C. Lists all resources and organization assignments for the upcoming operations period
D. Is completed by the Safety Officer in order to address safety concerns and identify mitigation measures
11. Who is responsible for determining the appropriate tactics for an incident?
A. The Planning Section
B. The Operations Section
C. The Deputy Incident Commander
D. The Safety Officer
12. Representatives from Assisting or Cooperating Agencies and Organizations coordinate through:
A. Public Information Officer
B. Operations Section Chief
C. Logistics Section Chief
D. Liaison Officer
13. A delegation of authority:
A. Is required even if the Incident Commander is acting within his or her existing authorities
B. Relieves the granting authority of the ultimate responsibility for the incident
C. Specifies the Incident Action Plan to be implemented by the Incident Commander
D. May be needed when the incident scope is complex or beyond existing authorities
14. Which General Staff position conducts tactical operations, develops the tactical objectives and organization, and directs all tactical resources?
A. Operations Section Chief
B. Logistics Section Chief
C. Planning Section Chief
D. Finance/Administration Section Chief
15. Resources within the Staging Areas:
A. Include out of service resources that are being made ready for deployment
B. Are awaiting operational assignment
C. Include those being made ready for demobilization and return to their jurisdictions
D. Are managed by the Logistics Section
16. Select the TRUE statement:
A. A lower ranking but more qualified person may not be designated as the Incident Commander
B. Upon arriving at an incident the higher ranking person will either assume command, maintain command as is, or reassign command to a third party
C. Transfer of command procedures are implemented at the Emergency Operations Center before the Incident Commander arrives at the scene
D. When a new Incident Commander assumes command, the outgoing Incident Commander should be demobilized to avoid confusion
17. The Operational Period Briefing:
A. Provides an orientation to individual resources at the beginning of their assignments
B. Presents the Incident Action Plan (IAP) for the upcoming period to supervisory personnel
C. Sets forth the specific tasks, reporting relationships, and expectations for support staff
D. Helps keep the public and media informed about the incident status and operational accomplishments
18. An individual assuming the role of the Deputy Incident Commander must:
A. Have prior experience predicting workloads and potential staffing needs
B. Have served as a Branch Director within the current organization
C. Be equally capable of assuming the Incident Commander role
D. Be a representative of the jurisdiction at the incident
19. The Medical Unit is responsible for the development of the Medical Plan, obtaining medical aid, and:
A. Provision of emergency services to injured victims at the accident scene
B. Coordination with public health service to determine where critical resources are deployed
C. Authorization prior to purchases of any medical supplies and services
D. Transportation for injured and ill incident personnel
20. _________________ means that each individual involved in incident operations will be assigned to only one supervisor.
A. Supervisor Authority
B. Unity of Command
C. Unified Command
D. Span of Control
21. Select the TRUE statement:
A. ICS encourages the use of unique position titles in order to better meet the specific incident needs
B. ICS positions may be combined in order to save on staffing or achieve a higher level of efficiency
C. ICS recognizes that an Incident Commander may not be necessary if an Operations Section Chief is assigned
D. ICS organizational structure should include only the functions and positions needed to achieve the incident objectives
22. Select the TRUE statement:
A. Span of control should be established without consideration of factors such as the type of incident, nature of the task, hazards, and safety factors
B. Span of control is accomplished by organizing resources into Teams, Divisions, Groups, Branches, or Sections
C. Span of control is less of a factor of concern for incidents that are resolved within the initial operational period
D. Span of control may be extended beyond 1:10 in order to ensure that more resources can be deployed on complex, large incidents
FEMA 200 Answers And Terms To Learn
|NIMS 5 major components are||Commanding management, preparedness, resource management, communications and information management, ongoing management and maintenance
|What are the three layers of command in management within BIMS||Incident command system, multi agency coordination systems, public information
|What is the most essential of ICS||Communication|
|Chain of commabd|
|Formal communication must be used when||Receiving and giving work assignments, requesting support or additional resources, reporting progress of assign tasks
|Is Informal communication concerning incident or event restricted?||No|
|What type of communication is informal communication used for||Incident or event information only. Must not be used for formal request for additional resources or tasking work assignments
|JFO||Joint Field Office
|Unity of command refers to||Every individual has a designated supervisor they report to
|Unified command refers to||Incidents involving multiple jurisdictions working together
|John needed additional resources is this a formal or informal request?||Formal|
|The communications unit leader contacted the resources unit leader to determine the number of people requiring communication devices. Is this informal or formal communication||Informal|
|Common leadership responsibilities include||Communication supervision evaluate understand and except the need to modify plans are instructions, enter safe work practices, takes command of assign resources, motivates with a candy safely attitude, demonstrates initiative by taking action
|What is the first duty of an ICS||The safety of all personnel
|Define duty||How are you value your job. Duty begins with everything required of you by law and policy that is more than simply doing what’s required. Liter commits to excellence in all aspects of their professional responsibility
|What can you do that demonstrate your commitment to duty to those you lead?||Take church within your scope with authority, be prepared to step out of a tactical roll into a leadership role, be proficient in your job, make sound and timely decisions, and shirt tails through understood, develop your subordinates for the future
|To maintain leadership and respect you should||No your subordinates and look out for their well-being, keep your subordinates and supervisor informed, build the team conduct frequent briefings and dEbriefings
|What are the three main briefing elements||Turn ask what is to be done, purpose why it is to be done, and state how it should look when it’s done
|What is an incident management assessment?||Corrective action report, after action review a a R, post-incident analysis, debriefing, post-incident critique, mitigation plans. Conducted after a major activity to allow employees and leaders to learn what happened and why
|What are the five major functional areas the ICS organization is structured to facilitate||Command, operations, planning, logistics, and Finance in administration
|What does the command staff consist of?||Liaison officer, public information officer, and safety officer
|What’s included in the operation section|
|In most jurisdictions their responsibility for the protection of citizens rests with who||The chief elected official. They have authority to make decisions, commit resources, obligate phones, command the resources to protect the population, etc.
|In private industry the responsibility for the protection of the citizens arrest with who||The chief executive officer
|The incident commander scope of authority is derived from||Existing laws agency policies and procedures or through a delegation of authority from the agency administrator or elected official
|The process of granting authority to carry out specific functions is called||The delegation of authority
|What is the delegation of authority?||Grandes authority to carry out functions is issued by the chief elected official, chief executive officer, or agency administrator in writing or verbally, allows the incident commander to assume command, does not relieve the granting authority of the ultimate responsibility for the incident
|When is the delegation of authority not needed?||When the incident commander is acting with in their existing authority
|What is the delegation of authority needed||If the incident is outside the incident commander’s jurisdiction, when the incident scope is complex or beyond existing authorities, if required by law or procedures.
|When issued a delegation of authority should include||Legal authorities in restrictions, financial authorities and restrictions, reporting requirements, demographic issues, political implications, agency or jurisdictional priorities, plan for public information management, process for communications, plan for ongoing incident evaluation. It should also specify which incident conditions will be achieved prior to a transfer of command to release
|The final responsibility for the resolution of incidents remains with who||The chief elected official, chief executive officer, or agency administrator
|The incident commander establishes incident objectives then what does he determine?||Strategies, resources, and ICS structure
|What is ICS managed by?||Objectives. Objectives are communicated throughout the entire ICS organization through the incident planning process
|Management by objective includes||Establishing overarching objectives, developing an issuing assignments, plans procedures and protocols, establishing specific measurable objectives for various incident management functional activities, directing efforts to attain them, and supportive define strategic objectives, documenting results to measure performance and facilitate corrective action
|What are the six steps for establishing and implementing incident objectives||Step one understand agency policy and direction
step 2 assess incident situation
Step 3 establish incident objectives
Step 4 select appropriate strategy or strategies to achieve objectives
Step five perform tactical direction
Step six provide necessary follow up
|What do you call the initial response done by the first responder to arrive?||Conduct a size up. Assume command and sizeup the situation by determining
Nature in magnitude of the incident, hazards and safety concerns, Housers facing response personnel and the public, evacuation and warnings, injuries in casualties, need to secure and isolate the area, initial priorities and immediate resource requirements, location of incident command post in staging area, entrance and exit routes for responders
|Throughout the incident objectives are established based on the following priorities||First priority is life safety, second priority is incident stabilization, third priority is property preservation
|Affective incident objectives must be||Specific and state wants to be accomplished, measurable and include a standard and timeframe, attainable and reasonable, in accordance with the incident commanders authorities, evaluated to determine effectiveness of strategies and tactics
|What to incident objectives state?||What will be accomplished
|What do strategies do?||Established the general plan your direction for accomplishing the incident objectives
|What are tactics||Tactics specify how the strategies will be executed
|Who is responsible for determining appropriate tactics for an incident||The operations section
|Who is responsible for establishing goals and selecting strategies?||The incident commander
|What are the elements of an incident action plan?||What must be done, who is responsible, how information will be communicated, what should be done if someone is injured
|What is the operational period?||It is the period of time scheduled for execution of a given set of tactical actions as specified in the IAP
|Who must have a working knowledge of jurisdictional and agency preparedness plans and agreements?||The incident commander, command and general staff’s
|The most common prepared his plans are||Federal state or local emergency operation plans, EOPs
Standard operating guidelines, SOGs
Standard operating procedure’s, SOPs
Jurisdictional or agency policies
|Emergency operations plans are developed at what levels?||Federal, state, and local levels to provide uniform response to all hazards that are community may face
|What is mutual aid?||It is the voluntary provision of resources but agencies or organizations to assist each other when existing resources are in adequate
|What is the EM a C?||Emergency management assistant compact
|Mutual aid and assistance agreements are used at what levels?||All|
|What can plans include?||Hazards and risks in the area, resources in the area, formal agreements in plans, contact information for agency administrators in response personnel, other pertinent information
|The incident commander has||Overall incident management responsibility delegated by the appropriate jurisdictional authority, develops the incident objectives to guide the incident planning process, approve the incident action plan and all requests pertaining to the ordering and releasing of incident resources
|The incident commander performs all major ICS command and general staff responsibilities unless these functions are activated||Command staff: Public information officer, safety and officer, liaison officer
General stuff: operations section, planning section, logistics section, Finance and administration
|What levels can deputies the assigned?’s||Incident command, section or branch levels
|What is the command staff?||Public information officer, safety officer, liaison officer
|What are the three primary reasons to designate a deputy incident commander?||To perform tasks requested by the incident commander, perform the incident command function in a relief capacity, to represent and assisting agency that may share jurisdiction
|When is the command staff activated||In response to the needs of the incident. Public information officer, safety officer and liaison officer
|When would and assistant be needed?||In a large or a complex incident. Command staff members may need one or more assistance to help them manage their work. Assistance may be assigned to unit leaders as well
|What is in assisting agency and went to the assigned?||A resource, and agency or organization providing personal, services, or other resources to the agency with direct responsibility for incident management
|What is the cooperating agent agency?||And agency supplying assistance other than direct operational or support functions or resources to the incident management effort.
|What’s the difference between and assisting agency and a cooperating agency?||And assisting agency has direct responsibility for incident response whereas a cooperating agency is simply offering assistance
|What is an agency representative?||An individual assigned to an incident from assisting or cooperating agency. With delegated authority to make decisions on matters affecting that agencies participation in the incident
|What is the operations section?||Directs and coordinates all incident tactical operations.
Is typically one of the first organizations to be assigned
Expands from the bottom up
Has the most incident resources
May have staging areas and special organizations
|Who is responsible to the incident commander for the direct management of all incident related operational activities?||The operations section chief
|Who establishes tactical objectives for each operational?||The operations section chief
|Who has direct involvement in the preparation of the incident action plan||The operations section chief
|What type of resources are not located at the staging area?||Out of service resources
|After a staging area has been designated in named who will be assigned?||A staging area manager will be assigned and will report to the operation section chief or the incident commander if the operation section chief has not been designated
|Why are divisions established?||To divide an incident into physical or geographical areas of operation
|Why are groups established?||To divide the incident into functional areas of operation
|Why are branches established?||When the number of divisions or groups exceeds the recommended Spanish control of one supervisor to 3 to 7 subordinates for the operation section chief
|How are branches identified?||By Roman numerals, functional names, and are managed by a branch director
|Are branches functional or geographic?||Both|
|How many functional groups can an air operations branch director establish?||Two functional groups, the air tactical group and the air support group
|What does the air tactical Group do?||The air tactical group coordinates all airborne activity
|What does the air support group do?||Provides all incident ground base support to aviation resources
|What does the planning section responsibility include||Maintaining resource status, maintaining and displaying situation status, preparing the incident action plan or IAP, developing alternative strategies, providing documentation services, preparing the demobilization plan, providing a primary location for technical specialist assigned to an incident
|What is the most important function of the planning section?||To look beyond the current and next operational period and anticipate potential problems or events
|Who are the key personnel in the planning section?||The planning section chief and the planning section chief may have a deputy
|Who are technical specialists||advisers with special skills required at the incident, they report to the planning section and work with in that section or are reassigned to another part of the organization, they can be in any discipline required
|What are the major responsibility of a planning unit?||Resource unit, situation unit, demobilization unit, documentation unit
|What is the resource unit responsible for?||I’ll check in activity and for maintaining the status on all personnel and equipment resources assigned to the incident
|What is the situation unit responsible for?||Collect some processes information on the current situation, prepare situation displays and situation summaries, and develops maps and projections
|What is the demobilization unit responsible for?||On large complex incidence assistance in ensuring that an orderly, safe, and cost-effective movement of personnel is made when they are no longer required at the incident
|What is the documentation unit responsible for?||Prepares the incident action plan maintains all incident related documentation and provides duplication services
|What is the logistics section responsible for?||All support requirements including communications, medical support to incident personnel, food for incident personnel, supplies, Facilities, and ground support they are geared to supporting person know and resources directly assigned to the incident
|What section of the logistics section is not geared towards supporting personnel?||The supply unit
|What units make up the service branch of a logistics section?||Communications unit, medical unit, food unit
|What is the medical unit of the logistics section Service branch responsible for?||The development of the medical plan, obtaining medical aid and transportation for injured and Ill incident personnel and preparation of reports and records
|What type of communications is the communications unit logistical section service branch responsible for?||Developing plans for use of incident communication equipment and facilities, installing and testing of communications equipment, supervision of incident communication center, distribution of communications equipment to incident personnel, and maintenance and repair of communication equipment
|What is the food unit of the logistics section service branch responsible for||supplying the food needs for the entire incident including all remote locations as well as for personnel unable to leave tactical field assignments
|What units would be included in the support branch of the logistics section?||The supply unit, the Facilities unit, and the ground support unit
|What is the supply unit of the support branch within the logistics section responsible for?||Ordering personnel, equipment and supplies, receiving and storing supplies for the incident, maintaining inventory and servicing nonexpendable supplies and equipment
|What is the Facilities unit of the logistics section support branch responsible for?||The layout an activation of incident facilities such as base, camp, and incident command post. The Facilities unit leader provide sleeping and sanitation Facilities for incident personnel and manages base camp operations. Each facility base and camp is the signed a manager for reports to the Facilities unit leader and is responsible for managing the operation of the facility. The basic functions or activities of the base and can’t managers are to provide security service in general maintenance
|What is the ground support unit of the logistics section support branch responsible for?||Supporting out of service resources transporting personal supplies food and equipment feeling service maintenance and repair vehicles another ground support equipment and implementing the traffic plan for the incident
|What are the four units of the finance and administration section||Time unit, procurement unit, compensation and claims unit, and cost unit
|Who is responsible for tracking the status of resources?||The planning section resources unit
|What section is responsible for ensuring that responders can communicate with one another?||Logistics section
|What important tool should you have at the incident||ICS forms, position description and responsibilities document, emergency operations plan, agency policies and procedures manual, and maps
|What questions should you ask yourself when receiving ICS forms?||What function does the form for form or what purpose. Who is responsible for preparing the form? And who needs to receive this information? Purpose preparation and distribution
|What is the ICS 201 form?||Incident briefing form
|The ICS firm 201 is an eight part form that provides the incident commander and unified command was status information that can be used for what?||Briefing an incoming resource, and incoming incident commander, a team, and immediate supervisor
|What’s included in an ICS form 201?||Incident situation map for significant events, incident objectives, summary of current actions, status of resources assigned are ordered for the incident or event
|What else can A ICS 201 form serve as?||The initial incident action plan or IAP. Until a plan and section has been established and generates an IAP
|What are the three types of briefing?||Staff-level briefings, field-level briefings, section-level briefings
|What is the staff level briefing?||Delivered to resources assigned to non-operational and support tasks at the incident command post or base
|What are field level briefings?||Delivered to individual resources or crews were assigned to operational tasks or work at or near the incident site
|What are section level briefings?||Delivered to an entire section and include the operational. Briefing
|What is the briefing topics checklist?||Current situation and objectives, safety issues in emergency procedures, work tasks, Facilities and Work areas, communication protocols, supervisory performance expectations, process for acquiring resources supplies and equipment, work schedules, questions or concerns
|What is the operational. Briefing?||Conducted at the beginning of each operational period, presents the incident action plan for the upcoming. To supervisory personnel within the operation section, should be concise
|Who facilitates the operational. Briefing?||Planning section chief
|What is the typical agenda of an operational. Briefing?||The planning section chief reviews the agenda and facilitates the briefing, the incident commander presents incident objectives or confirms existing ones, the current operation section chief provides current assessment and accomplishments, the oncoming operation section chief covers the work assignments and stuff you have divisions in groups for the upcoming operational.
Technical specialist present updates on conditions affecting the response, safety officer reviews tasks related to safety, the special operations chief priests on areas such as air operations if activated
Specific section chiefs or unit leaders present information related to ensuring safe and efficient operations, the incident commander reiterates his or hers operational concerns and directs resources to deploy, the planning section chief announces their next planning meeting and operational. Briefing and then Ann’s the meeting
|What is the transfer of command?|
|What should a transfer of command briefing include?||Situation status, it’s hidden objectives and priorities, current organization, resource assignments, resources ordered and in route, it’s it in Facilities, incident communication plan, incident prognosis, concerns and other issues, introduction of command and general staff members
|What is organizational flexibility?||It is important to strike the right balance when determining resource needs. Having to few can lead to loss of life and property all having too many can result in on qualified personnel deployed without proper supervision. The complexity analysis can help and sure the right resource balance
|What’s an example of kinds of resources?||Registered nurse, emergency physician, engineer, security officer, ambulance
|What’s an example of types of resources?||Type one most capable, type for least capable what are the qualifications and capacities of staffing qualifications for a specific kind of resource
|What is an IMT||Incident management team made up of the command and general staff members of an ICS organization
|What type of incident is the least complex||Type 5|
|What type of incident is the most complex||Type 1
|Mutual aid agreements and assistance agreements||Or between agencies, organizations, and jurisdictions that provide assistance in the form of personal equipment and material and other services
|Who is responsible for determining the appropriate tactics for an incident?||The operation section
|Who generally facilitates the operational. Briefing?|