Chapter 6: Quiz

 Put a check in the appropriate box.  See Chapter 11 for the answers.




1.  The Chief of Police is always appointed as the Incident Commander.



2.  A Level I incident is a low impact incident of short duration in which the municipality has adequate resources.



3.  A Level II incident is characterized as being of high impact but short duration and one, which requires coordination to support site operations.



4.  The Emergency Site Management System requires that individual services at the emergency site follow the same command system.



5.  A Level III incident typically requires activation of the Emergency Coordination Centre.



6.  The AEMA (Alberta Emergency Management Agency) Field Officer acts as the ECC Coordinator.



7.  The Municipal Emergency Plan may be activated in whole or in part at the discretion of the local authority.



8.  Co-ordination and dissemination of information are critical functions of the ECC.



9.  Representation at the ECC would include members of the Emergency Management Committee.



10.  Hospitals maintain mass casualty response plans to manage a large and sudden influx of casualties.



11.  A Reception Centre is established to provide for the immediate needs of evacuees.



12.  Following a Level III event, the Emergency Public Information Manager may need to establish a Public & Media Inquiry Room to respond to the influx of inquiries from the public and the media.



13.  It is important that the emergency operations centre be established close to the emergency site so that they can co-ordinate response efforts at the site.

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