Asked in Incident Command System (ICS)
Incident Command System (ICS)
How does the check-in process and information help you in an incident command system?
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Asked in IQ, Hazardous Materials Training
What kind of communication is peferred in an incident command?
The Incident of Command System has strict rules governing its procedures in action. Although a specific type of communication is not specified, the clear rule in communication is proper use of the chain of command. Unity of command makes sure one supervisor is in charge of one process. This prevents confusion and freelancing, amongst other problems. Communication on available resources and manpower use of common terminology is also an important part of the system. Communication equipment, procedures, and systems must also operate across...
Asked in Emergency Preparedness
What type of command creates a single ICS structure with a built in process for an effective and responsible multi-jurisdiction or multi-agency approach?
A "Unified Command" provides the structure for effective coordination among different jurisdictions or agencies participating in an incident. The unified planning process results in a single Incident Action Plan to be implemented by a single Operations Chief. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry
What is angle of incident if the ray is 45 degrees?
It depends on whether the process is reflection or refraction. You have chosen not to share that critical bit of information! ...
Incident resource information management systems are used to collect update and process data track resources and what?
Display resource readiness status
Asked in Travel & Places, Luggage
Do you have to bring your luggage to customs 24 hours before your flight?
No not really. You just need to be there in time for the checkin in of luggage so that all the process will run smoothly. ...
Asked in Microsoft Windows, Unix
Which command is used to create a sub processes?
For Unix, any command is run as a sub-process. You don't need an actual command to create the subprocess. You can also force the process to run in the background by appending a '&' symbol at the end of the command. ...
Asked in Linux
What command deletes any process in Linux?
Processes aren't "deleted", they are "killed." The "kill" command, followed by the process ID number, should kill the process. Most distros also have a "killall" command, which will kill processes that have the name you specified. ...
Asked in Unix
What is the Unix command to get the name of a process?
Use the 'PS' (process status) command to find out the name of the executable file for a process. If you use the long form and you know the process id, try: PS -p process-id -l or PS -p process-id -f ...
Asked in Operating Systems, Unix
What is the function of the kill command?
The 'kill' command is used to send a 'signal' to a process. The process is then free (for the most part) to interpret the signal as it wishes, assuming it is not a termination signal that cannot be ignored. A signal is an interrupt to the process; there are many signals that may be sent to a process or program. ...
Asked in Unix
Show the advantages of redirection with example in unix?
I/O Redirection is used when you don't want the output to go to the standard output location, e.g., the screen. It can be very helpful in capturing information to be used in a later process. For example, if the command 'ls' is used the output goes to the screen. But if the command 'ls > ls.out' is used, then the ls command output will be redirected to a file called ls.out, which can be examined, edited, or used in a later process. ...
Asked in Microsoft Windows, Windows XP
What command can be used to stop a process that is more powerful than task manager?
in the CMD window, enter tskill Process.... Replace the word process with the name of the process you wish to end... Use Taskkill command: 1. Select the Process tab. Clicl View, Select Columns. In the Select Process Page Columns box, check PID (Process Identifier) and click OK. 2. Note the PID of the process you want to kill. ( for example, PID = 2212) 3. In the command prompt window, enter the command taskkill/f/pid:2212 The /f parameter forcefully kills the process. Be careful using this command....