1. A security assessment is a/an:

 


2. All of the following are effective practices for managing public information after a mass casualty incident EXCEPT:

 


3. In managing public information after a mass casualty incident, it is a good practice to avoid the media or tell them “no comment” until all facts have been collected and verified.

 

4. In managing public information after a mass casualty incident, it is important for community partners to speak as one voice, channeling information through a Public Information Officer.

 

5. Evacuation may be an appropriate response action when the danger, such as an active shooter, is at the perimeter of the building and not yet inside.

 

6. An effective safety and security program includes policies requiring that anyone who notices concerning behavior, such as violence-related writings, must report it directly to law enforcement.

 

7. A main purpose of developing and conducting periodic drills and other exercises is to:

 


8. An emergency lockdown allows for limited normal activities to take place, such as continued teaching and movement in hallways while the situation is investigated and addressed.

 

9. All of the following are good practices when conducting exercises, EXCEPT:

 


10. A main goal of providing training on the emergency plan is to:

 


 

11. Select the FALSE statement from below.

 

 

12. Security assessment inspections should always be conducted at the same time and day of the week, when the building and grounds are unoccupied.

 

13. When conducting exercises, it is advisable to vary the conditions (e.g., time of day, type of activities) under which the exercises are conducted.

 

14. As soon as a situation involving a dangerous individual becomes evident and you have assessed the situation, you should:
  • ________________ (Select the missing action from below.)
  • Communicate the need for others onsite to take immediate protective actions.
  • Notify emergency responders
  • Implement the emergency protocols found in your plan.
  • Triage injuries and apply emergency first aid as needed.



 

15. A main goal of providing training on the emergency plan is to dispel rumors that may arise in the community regarding mass casualty incidents.