FEMA Test Answers
A. Interdisciplinary approach to assessing potential threats posed by individuals whose behavior appears suspicious.
B. One-time analysis of safety-related policies that may relate to mass casualty incidents.
C. Ongoing process for identifying and evaluating potential areas of weakness that could have adverse consequences.
D. Evaluation that focuses primarily on ways security technology can be used to safeguard the physical environment, including grounds and facilities.
A. Avoid the media or tell them “no comment” until all facts have been collected and verified.
B. Make information available in diverse, culturally appropriate, and age-specific formats.
C. Agree with community partners to speak as one voice, channeling information through a Public Information Officer.
D. Keep updated information flowing, as more information becomes available.
A. Ensure that your facility will be able to handle all emergency situations without help from community organizations.
B. Prevent potential mass casualty incidents from occurring in or near your organization’s facility.
C. Identify needed improvements in how your organization carries out response procedures.
D. Demonstrate that expenditures for security-related systems and equipment are necessary investments.
A. Vary the conditions (e.g., time of day, type of activities) under which the exercises are conducted.
B. Conduct exercises at least annually, and whenever procedures are developed or revised.
C. Complete a full-scale exercises to test multiagency coordination before determining the objective of a tabletop exercise.
D. Train all participants in the procedures before conducting drills or other exercises in which the procedures will be used.
A. Ensure that the media are aware of security measures being implemented.
B. Keep personnel vigilant and informed of crisis procedures.
C. Dispel rumors that may arise in the community regarding mass casualty incidents.
D. Identify gaps in resources, planning, or assumptions.
A. Anyone who will be involved in implementing the plan should be involved in creating it.
B. Mass casualty response planning should be part of an all-hazards approach to planning.
C. Involving stakeholders in the planning process for mass casualty incidents has little benefit and may cause panic.
D. A partnership approach to planning fosters a whole community commitment to enhancing safety and security.
A. Call someone in your organizational hierarchy to ask for instructions.
B. Activate the fire alarm in the building and any adjacent areas.
C. Take action to protect yourself and those in your immediate area.
D. Advise the Public Information Officer that an event is taking place.