MCI Plan Manual 1 Field Ops Overview Test
The Field Operations Manual describes the response organization, personnel, equipment, resources, and procedures for field operations that are designed to be utilized by the thirteen counties which make up the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) Region III. This plan is intended to establish a regional "minimum" standard. This does not prevent local agencies from developing additional protocols or procedures that do not conflict with this regional standard.
1. What is the minimum ICS level training required by the Region III MCI Plan?
a. ICS First Responder Awareness Level
b. ICS 100
c. ICS 150
d. ICS 200
2. A system of command where a group of officials from the major agencies involved share the lead is called:
a. Unified Command
b. Single Command
c. Brotherly Command
d. Shared Command
3. The IC is responsible for the five following general functions within the ICS:
a. Command, Planning, Logistics, Finance, Operations
b. Response, Logistics, Finance, Command, Operations
c. 911 call, Dispatch, Response, Initial Attack, Mop up
d. Operations, Command/Control, Logistics, Finance, Med Unit
4. The frequency that should link the IC, key staff, section chiefs and division/group supervisors is called the:
a. Command Net
b. Tactical Net
c. Support Net
d. Ground To Air
5. A key component of an MCI activation would be:
a. Mobilization of key resources
b. Control Facility notification
c. Initiation of the ICS
d. All of the above
6. Advanced notification of an MCI to the Control Facility is called an:
a. MCI Alert
b. MVI Notification
c. Early Warning Advisory
d. Control Facility Advisory
7. Upon arrival at a possible MCI, the responder should:
a. Continue driving
b. Confirm or Cancel with the CF
c. Identify the location of the MCI
d. Request an ambulance strike team
e. Both B and C
8. RACING is an acronym to assist the responder in gathering information for:
a. After arriving at scene and before assuming an ICS position
b. When relieving another person of a position
c. When transitioning out of a position
d. All of the above
9. When positions are assigned in the ICS it is important that personnel are given appropriate vests, checklist and communication plan.
10. Which position should be filled with the person with the most knowledge of the local EMS system, hospitals, Communications, CF plans etc?
a. Medical Group Supervisor
b. Patient Transportation Group Supervisor
c. Incident Commander
d. The CF
11. Flags, Tarps, Cones and Flagging are all examples of:
a. A parade
b. Treatment Area identification
c. Road construction
d. Good things to get with grant funds
12. What is the only treatment that should occur during triage?
a. Blood pressure, pulse
b. IV, first round code meds
c. Intubation, IV
d. Repositioning the airway, hemorrhage control
13. Which group of patients are the most identifiable when arriving at an MCI?
14. Before leaving the scene which patient information should be documented?
b. Triage Tag Number
c. Injury Type
d. Off Scene Time
e. Unit Transporting
f. All of the above
15. During an MCI, patient reports should only be given:
a. They should not be given as the receiving facility has been given a patient count, injury type, transporting unit and ETA
b. By the most experienced responder at scene
c. Only if you can speak really fast to reduce radio time and the time you are not with your patient
16. There are multiple types and manufactures of Triage Tags.
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