FEMA Test Answers
A. Mitigation is not affected by the demographic makeup and social conditions of the community.
B. Understanding demographic information will help you identify which mitigation measures you should use for each type of disaster.
C. Using geographic information systems allows you to see where households with children are located so you can plan for their needs.
D. ow-to-moderate income neighborhoods often experience greater damage in disasters because of high risk areas and low cost construction.
E. Both C. and D.
A. School attendance rosters
B. The school master key
C. The principal’s cell phone or walkie-talky
D. School floor plan including shut-off valves for all utilities
A. Music Room
A. child care provider
B. Child social services
C. school counselor
D. school nurse
A. Installing storm shutters
B. Installing hurricane clamps
C. Constructing safe rooms
D. Elevating homes
A. They were on a school trip out of town when the event took place.
B. They were being treated at a hospital when the event took place.
C. They become separated from their parents during the chaos of evacuation.
D. All of the above
A. Child care providers
B. Child social services
A. a disaster-proof building
B. making sure all the lights work properly
C. a great outdoor play area for the students
D. providing students a healthy, nurturing, normal environment
A. Service Providers
B. Insurance Companies
C. Lawyers and advocates
D. Law Enforcement Officials
A. What personal items can be taken during the evacuation?
B. Who can direct an evacuation?
C. What signal will be given to notify everyone in the facility?
D. What will the children be told?
B. Street address
C. Closest Major Intersection
D. Latitude and longitude
A. total blackout
B. interior lights on in the hallways
C. adequate exterior directional lighting
D. lights above all entrances
E. Both A & C
A. Provide opportunities for children to participate in school, cultural, faith-based, or extracurricular activities.
B. Allow children to watch as much television as possible.
C. Include children in recovery activities.
D. Allow children to return to normal activities as soon as possible, to connect them with their peers and caregivers.
A. Develop a mitigation plan
B. Implement the plan and monitor progress
C. Assess risks
D. Organize resources
A. Be sure key staff knows how to use a fire extinguisher properly and other staff or family members are trained in proper use.
B. Regularly monitor for possible threats and hazards.
C. Assign each student a partner to hold each other’s hand during a disaster.
D. Provide one or more carbon monoxide detectors, as well as regular maintenance and checks of smoke detectors.
A. Restoration of community services and attractions such as museums and amusement parks.
B. Provision of temporary housing, schools, and child care facilities where needed.
C. Provision of water, food, and toys for children
D. Provide jobs for parents and teachers
D. recover from
A. conflict resolution programs
B. programs that assist in developing anger management skill
C. bilingual and multicultural resources
D. prevention of harassment needs to be emphasized school wide
E. All of the above
A. The school has developed and maintained an effective relationship with law enforcement.
B. The school reports incidents of crime and violence to law enforcement officials.
C. The school and local law enforcement have developed a memorandum of agreement, (MOA), defining the roles and responsibilities of both.
D. The school threatens children with punishment from law enforcement officials for even the most minor infractions.
A. Calmly and firmly explain the situation, including what will happen next.
B. Use positive behavior and language around children.
C. Encourage children to ask questions and listen when they talk.
D. Try to answer questions and address concerns with concrete, easy-to-follow information.
E. All of the above
A. Strengthen children’s coping skills.
B. Give children extra time and attention.
C. Educate children about disasters.
D. Preserve family unity.
A. their communications needs
B. their mental and emotional needs
C. their hygiene needs
D. their financial needs
A. It was not necessary to evacuate people with special needs separately.
B. Evacuating citizens with special needs separately could lead to separation of families.
C. People with special needs felt left out when they were evacuated separately.
D. People could have viewed the policy as unfair.