- Incident Facilities and Locations
- Comprehensive Resource Management
- Unified Command
The Correct Answer:
C. Acquiring, Storing, and Inventorying Resources is part of Comprehensive Resource Management.
The principles of the national incident management system or NIMS are responsible for contributing to the efficiency and strength of the overall system. The ICS or incident command system is based on around 14 approved characteristics of the national incident management system. These management systems provide efficacy and stability to the comprehensive system.
Comprehensive resource management is one of these approved characteristics of the national incident management system. This resource management system is responsible for describing the standard mechanism required to identify the requirements, acquire, track, mobilize, report, order, reimburse, demobilize and restock the resources like supplies, equipment, facilities, teams, and personnel. The key resource management activities are listed down below:
- Resource typing and identification
- Credentialing, certification, and qualification personnel
- Resource planning
- Inventorying, storing, and acquiring the resources
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