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1) What is defined as the potential negative impact of the exercise of vulnerability

Question : 1) What is defined as the potential negative impact of the exercise of vulnerability : 2152001

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1) What is defined as the potential negative impact of the exercise of vulnerability?

A) Collateral damage

B) Danger

C) Risk

D) None of the above

2) What is defined as a weakness that can be accidentally triggered or intentionally exploited?

A) Collateral damage

B) Risk

C) Vulnerability

D) Danger

3) The process of identifying risk, assessing risk, and taking steps to reduce risk is called:

A) Risk mitigation

B) Risk management

C) Risk assessment

D) Risk avoidance

4) Risk consists of which following concept(s)?

A) Severity

B) Frequency

C) Both A and B are correct

D) None of the above

5) Which are priorities for a risk management program?

A) Preventable accidents

B) High frequency high severity

C) Low frequency low severity

D) Unforeseen situations

6) Which is/are part(s) of the Army risk assessment process?

A) Develop controls to aid decision making

B) Assess the hazards

C) Identify the hazards

D) All of the above

7) What is the first step in the five steps of risk management?

A) Risk prioritization

B) Risk control measures

C) Risk identification

D) Risk evaluation

8) What is the second step in risk management?

A) Risk control measures

B) Risk prioritization

C) Risk evaluation

D) Risk identification

9) What is the third step in risk management?

A) Risk control measures

B) Risk prioritization

C) Risk evaluation

D) Risk identification

10) What is determining the worst-case scenario?

A) Risk control

B) Risk evaluation

C) Risk identification

D) Risk prioritization

11) What does determining frequency and severity describe?

A) Risk identification

B) Risk control

C) Risk evaluation

D) Risk prioritization

12) What is finding a proper solution to a risk?

A) Risk control

B) Risk identification

C) Risk prioritization

D) Risk evaluation

13) What does NFPA 1561, Standard on Emergency Services Incident Management System and Command Safety, provide?

A) Accountability for all firefighters

B) Overall safety of all firefighters at the scene of the emergency

C) A well-coordinated approach to the emergency

D) All of the above

14) How many states enforce federal OSHA standards through state agencies?

A) The 48 contiguous states

B) None—the federal government enforces these regulations

C) 23

D) All 50

15) What compares the outcome of the event against organizational polices, procedures, and guidelines?

A) A pre-fire plan

B) An after-action review

C) A needs assessment

D) A hot wash

16) What is one of the most important values of an After-Action Review (AAR)?

A) The ability to see how effective training was

B) The ability to armchair quarterback and second-guess the initial responders

C) The ability to replay in light of the known outcome the different thought processes that went into making strategic and tactical decisions

D) None of the above

17) Which question is included as part of an After-Action Review (AAR)?

A) What was the incident?

B) What went well?

C) What happened that could have been improved?

D) All of the above

18) In the wildland environment what does LCES stand for?

A) Lookouts, Communications, Escape Routes, Safety Zones

B) Logistics, Command, Efficiency, Safety

C) Location of the fire, Communications, Escape Routes, Safety Zones

D) Lookouts, Control Routes, Escape Plan, Safety Zone

19) What is NFPA 1500?

A) Standard on professional qualifications for fire officers

B) Standard on fire department risk management

C) Standard on fire department training

D) Standard on fire department occupational safety and health program

20) What are risk management principles according to NFPA 1500 that shall be used by the incident commander?

A) If there are significant risks, activities shall be limited to those where there is only the potential to save endangered lives

B) No risk to the safety of members shall be acceptable when there is no possibility of saving lives or property

C) If there is excessive risk, activities shall be limited to defensive operations

D) All of the above

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