Project #70781 - Emergency Preparedness

Q1. Centralized planning seeks to structure local government planning processes.
   a. true
   b. false

Q2. The receiver of warnings demographic characteristics influence the types of actions taken.
   a. true
   b. false

Q3. Natural disasters produce:
   a. Few mental health consequences
   b. Many mental health consequences
   c. Several cases of post-traumatic stress disorder
   d. Widespread panic

Q4. The aspects of professions that help define the professional status of emergency management include the following:
   a. There are many professional associations for emergency management
   b. There popularity of the field
   c. The political importance the field has during times of disasters.
   d. The amount of money emergency managers are paid.

Q5. Considering channel accessibility, most ethnic groups are reached by a combination of the following except.
   a. Direct mail
   b. English language communications
   c. Radio
   d. Newspapers

Q6. A characteristic of warning channel effectiveness is:
   a. Penetration
   b. Generality
   c. Acceleration
   d. Range

Q7. Damage assessment teams can not be trained from local government departments because of their familiarity of the area.
   a. true
   b. false

Q8. The COOP coordinator in not responsible for overseeing training and exercises for activation and relocation teams.
   a. true
   b. false

Q9. Hazard adjustment intentions are affected by the following except.
   a. Official's communication strategy
   b. Perception of risk
   c. Convenience issues
   d. Views on personal responsibility

Q10. The concept of operations addresses the way jurisdiction will maintain the following essential functions, except
   a. Management structure.
   b. Warning channels
   c. Concept of operations itself.
   d. Assumptions.

Q11. The planning calendar only includes the time before seasonal threats.
   a. true
   b. false

Q12. Perception of communication credibility about hazard adjustments is the same among ethnic groups and communities.
   a. true
   b. false

Q13. Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive agents create unique demands on emergency management.
   a. true
   b. false

Q14. NIMS was established before the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
   a. true
   b. false

Q15. Regarding hazard adjustment communications
   a. It's possible to devise a statement effectively appealing to all groups
   b. Source credibility is immediate
   c. There are no problems when planners believe they're the only information source
   d. Credible community leaders should be enlisted to endorse hazard adjustment initiatives

Q16. Information technology applied to emergency management can be used to support disaster recovery.
   a. true
   b. false

Q17. Identifying specific audience segments is a key step in what?
   a. LEMA evaluations
   b. Training programs
   c. Post-incident critiques
   d. Risk communication programs

Q18. Terrorism can be addressed in exactly the same way as other hazards.
   a. true
   b. false

Q19. The generally low priority of emergency management could drop further because of the increase in the national debt and budget restrictions at state and local levels.
   a. true
   b. false

Q20. What technological advance provides a better way to store and retrieve data about property parcels and infrastructure?
   a. Excel
   b. GIS
   c. The Internet
   d. Access

Q21. Families tend to perform as a unit in protective actions.
   a. true
   b. false

Q22. Stages of the hazard awareness communications process include the following, except.
   a. Information source
   b. Message
   c. Effect
   d. Feedback

Q23. An independent authority established to devise standards and create a review process for academic programs is a:
   a. Certified emergency manager
   b. Accrediting body
   c. Certifying body
   d. Body of knowledge

Q24. STIII shows that a minimally intrusive federal hazard regulation with little funding can yield positive impacts on local hazard management.
   a. true
   b. false

Q25. Before issuing warnings, the planning process should:
   a. Select one standard message to be used
   b. Influence warning confirmation and information search
   c. Anticipate the effects of hurricanes
   d. Disseminate procedures for temporary housing

Q26. Very few states have some form of statutory immunity for emergency management activities.
   a. true
   b. false

Q27. COOP can only be partially activated by a department or function.
   a. true
   b. false

Q28. The EOC assumes responsibility for an incident view of the circumstances.
   a. true
   b. false

Q29. Most practitioners would agree that emergency management is a profession.
   a. true
   b. false

Q30. There are 56 university-based centers that focus on management and disasters.
   a. true
   b. false

Q31. Adopting NIMS is not a condition of receiving federal funding.
   a. true
   b. false

Q32. Emergency managers can face legal liability under the following conditions, except
   a. A liability claim is brought for damages in connection with quarantine.
   b. When there is absence of a mandated plan
   c. Competence or effectiveness of a plan is brought into question.
   d. Just having a plan is not sufficient to argue immunity from claims.

Q33. Once the warning has been issued, there should be no more opportunities for people to obtain information through official sources.
   a. true
   b. false

Q34. Planners do not communicate with citizens when threats are not imminent.
   a. true
   b. false

Q35. The continuity of operations planning team should have narrow representation confined strictly to immediate emergency managers.
   a. true
   b. false

Q36. Continuity of operations:
   a. Addresses the measures that will be used to preserve business operability and market share during and after a disaster.
   b. Defines the sequence of role incumbents who replace a higher level position incumbent who permanently cannot serve.
   c. Is a set of measures that ensure that representative government survives during and after a disaster.
   d. Is a set of measures that ensure that government departments can deliver essential services during and after a disaster.

Q37. Emergency managers have total immunity from legal liability.
   a. true
   b. false

Q38. Aspects of the National Response Plan include the following, except
   a. NRP resources are solely from local jurisdiction
   b. Seventeen specialized federal teams are defined
   c. There are seven federal only operational structures
   d. The most central structure to local emergency planners and managers during a disaster is the JFO.

Q39. The more imminent the impact, the more concerned people are with other life issues and priorities.
   a. true
   b. false

Q40. Conflicting priorities in regards to restoring infrastructure are best solved though:
   a. Response decisions made after impact
   b. Pre-impact planning
   c. Elected officials making the decision
   d. Prioritizing the decisions based on citizen complaints
 

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