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Skip to contentSearch: Search Advanced SearchBlogPhotosVideosEmail UpdatesFinal Exam for: IS230.d: Fundamentals of Emergency ManagementPrivacy Act Statement (Public Law 93 579)Each time that this test is loaded, you will receive a unique set of questions and answers. The test questions are scrambled toprotect the integrity of the exam.Please note that you will be required to enter your Social Security number at the completion of this exam. This website and thetesting system meet federal guidelines for protecting Personally Identifiable Information. However, if you do not wish to submityour Social Security number, you will need to request an alternative ID number from the Independent Study program. Fordirections on how to request an alternative ID number, please see our Frequently Asked Questions:http://training.fema.gov/IS/isfaqdetails.asp?id=4&cat=General%20Questions.Please note that the IS Program does not accept the FEMA SID when completing your test. Please use your SSN asdirected in the test form. Those individuals that do not wish to use their SSN may request an Alternate ID number.Please note that this page will "time out" in 25 minutes if there is no activity on the page. Prior to timing out, you willbe given an opportunity to request more time. If the page has timed out you will be redirected to the IS Course List. Ifyou click the back button, your test will not be processed.Display All1. Mission areas are comprised of the capabilities required for executing a function at any time (before, during, orafter an incident) and across all threats and hazards. Four of the five preparedness mission areas are: Prevention,Protection, Response, and Recovery. Which is the fifth mission area? A. Mitigation B. Readiness C. Preparation D. Planning2. Categorizing, by capability, the resources requested, deployed, and used in incidents is referred to as: A. Resource classifying B. Resource typing C. Resource cataloging D. Resource grouping3. Local elected or appointed officials A. Should be present at the Incident Command Post to direct the first responders in executing tactical operations. B. Conduct a preliminary damage assessment and submit documentation to FEMA requesting a Federal disasterdeclaration. C. May need to help shape or modify laws, policies, and budgets to aid preparedness efforts and to improve emergencymanagement and response capabilities. D. Delegate responsibility for emergency management and typically are not involved in the incident response andrecovery.4. In addition to emergency core functions, the emergency manager directs daytoday program functions. Anexample of a daytoday function is: A. Public health and medical services B. Emergency public information C. Direction, control, and coordination D. Hazard mitigation5. Specific areas of authority and responsibilities for emergency management should be clearly stated in localordinances and laws. These ordinances and laws should specify a specific line of succession for elected officialsand require that departments of government establish lines of succession. A. TRUE B. FALSE6. ________ is a core function implemented during an emergency. A. Public education and information B. Finance and administration C. Logistics management and resource support D. Threat and hazard analysis7. What capabilities focus on reducing loss of life and property by lessening the impact of disasters? A. Mitigation B. Response C. Protection D. Management8. Which of the following is NOT a key function of the Multiagency Coordination System? A. Critical resource planning B. Interagency activities C. Situation assessment D. Incident command9. Integrated emergency management is: A. Used only during times of disasters and should not be integrated into the daily decisionmaking process within ajurisdiction. B. Intended to create an organizational culture that is critical to achieving unity of effort between all stakeholders. C. A detailed methodology used when needed to manage complex incidents that are beyond a jurisdiction’s capability. D. A new concept to ensure that jurisdictions are prepared to response to humancaused incidents, such as terroristattacks.10. Identifying threats and hazards and applying physical, technological, and cyber measures to limit access areexamples of capabilities that support which mission areas? A. Response and Recovery B. Preparedness and Policing C. Mitigation and Management D. Protection and Prevention11. Which FEMA mitigation program assists in implementing longterm hazard mitigation measures following11. Which FEMA mitigation program assists in implementing longterm hazard mitigation measures followingPresidential disaster declarations? A. PreDisaster Mitigation (PDM) B. Repetitive Flood Claims (RFC) C. Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) D. Severe Repetitive Loss (SRL)12. _____ 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. State government B. Local government C. FEMA D. Regional government13. Which of the folowing statements is FALSE? A. Private and nonprofit sectors are encouraged to develop contingency plans and to work with State, tribal, and localplanners to ensure that their plans are consistent with other pertinent plans. B. While privatesector organizations are important in building resilient communities before an incident occurs, they playa limited role, if any, during an incident . C. Government agencies are responsible for protecting the lives and property of their citizens and promoting their wellbeing. However, the government does not, and cannot, work alone. D. Nonprofit organizations bolster and support government efforts. These organizations collaborate with responders,governments at all levels, and other agencies and organizations.14. Emergency managers consider and take into account all threats/hazards, all phases, all stakeholders, and allimpacts relevant to disasters. This statement describes which emergency management principle? A. Progressive B. RiskDriven C. Comprehensive D. Integrated15. While every part of an emergency management program has its own role and function, private citizens aresoley responsible for the protection of life and property. A. TRUE B. FALSE16. Emergency managers create and sustain broad and sincere relationships among individuals and organizationsto encourage trust, advocate a team atmosphere,

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