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Determine what others should do. C. Hold evacuation drills. 2. The first level of protection in the national emergency management system. A. Local community. B. Federal Emergency Management Agency. C. Citizen. 3. A recommended personal action for a blue threat condition. A. Steer clear of public gathering places. B. Avoid travel. C. Review stored disaster supplies and replace items that are outdated. 4. Flood insurance is. A. Standard coverage under a homeowner’s policy. B. Option available only for people living in a flood plain. C. Separate coverage that you can obtain through an insurance agent 5. A plan for caring for pets should include this provision. A. Provisions for taking them to an emergency shelter with you. B. Leaving them home alone. C. Making arrangement with a boarding facility. 6. At a minimum, a normally active person needs this daily quantity of water. A. 2 Gallons. B. 2 Quarts. C. 1 Gallon. 7. Water should be stored in this type container. A. Plastic Bottles. B. Glass Bottles. C. Unlined Metal Containers. 8. Stored water should be changed. A. Yearly. B. Never. C. Every six months. 9. Everyone who sees or experiences a disaster is affected by it in some way. A. True. B. False. 10. One way to ease disaster-related stress is to do this. A. Avoid memorials. B. Stop discussing your feelings as this only reinforces stress. C. Seek help from professional counselors. 11. This method of treating water kills microbes and removes other contaminates such as heavy metals. A. Distillation. B. Boiling. C. Chlorination.
14. B. A. C. B. A. A. Pacific Northwest. . B. A “Safe Room” is. furnace. 13. C. A. Get under the nearest overpass. Toilet bowls. B. Across the Nation. C. A. If caught outside during a tornado with no shelter. Wildfire. According to the hazard maps. 16. C. Elevate the structure. C. False. and gas appliances. 15. A. Water beds. Tornado. Any room in your home. A safe water source. B. It is important to prepare for disasters because local responders may not be able to reach you immediately. B.12. False. refrigerators. this area is at risk from hurricanes. Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coastal areas. B. Liquid from canned goods. C. True. The term flood warning means. C. B. Every State. A room built to withstand high winds and flying debris. B. 21. A. Areas at risk from flood hazard. Flooding is occurring or will occur soon. True. Try to outrun the storm. Any interior room within a home. A. Shelter located outside the storm area. 17. Lie flat in nearby ditch or depression and cover your head. Northeast. On the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale the higher the number the more dangerous the storm. A storm is approaching that could cause flooding. Earthquake. Bolt down and secure to the wall your water heater. C. 20. A. Any designed shelter no matter where it is located. Move large or heavy objects from lower to higher shelves. C. 19. Designated underground room in a public building used for protection against radioactive fallout B. B. Nature’s most violent storm. A. Current weather conditions could cause heavy rainfall and flooding. A. 22. Mid West. 18. To mitigate damage from earthquakes. The safest place to shelter during a hurricane.
Allow people to drink according to needs. Canned food. Type of food to include in a disaster supplies kit. How humid it is in the shade. Tap on a pipe or wall so rescuers can locate you. 32. you should. B. C. False. Nationwide network of radio stations broadcasting continuous weather information from the National Weather Service. A.23. Temperature in centigrade. 30. 28. NOAA Weather Radio. B. 34. C. Satellite Weather Channel. C. B. Try to move about and kick up as much dust as possible. A. Snow. Outdoors in the fall months. Take cover under a sturdy desk. Only in states with significant mountain ranges. C. A. A. B. C. Freezing rain will occur creating a coat of ice. . Do nothing. An essential in managing water during times of disaster. How hot it feels when air temperature is added to relative humidity. and roll. Get outside as quickly as possible. Indoor in the summer months. A. C. B. During an earthquake you should. A. C. 29. C. Crackers with salt. A. Disregard it. 27. Hamburger. Stop. Areas at risk from landslides. If trapped under debris by an earthquake. 33. B. The heat index indicates. Only in states with high levels of snow and rain. Run to the nearest doorway for shelter. sleet. If your clothing catches fire. True. table. or against an inside wall. ice will occur shortly. A. The term winter storm watch means. Alternate with carbonated beverages to save supplies. 26. 31. A. B. Ration immediately. drop. Outdoors in the summer months. A. Leave immediately. B. you should. B. Emergency Broadcast Weather System. 24. A. Every thunderstorm produces lightning. C. C. B. Most deaths and injuries from lighting occur. In all states and territories. If you return home and smell gas or hear a hissing or blowing sound you should. A. 25. Investigate the leak. A winter storm is possible in the area. B.
and upwind. Wildfires. Run outside. Pure Air Filtering System (PAFS). 45. Encourage them to read and watch as much television about the event as possible. Keep lawns trimmed. Go to the scene and see if you can help. leaves raked. Most SUVs are equipped to handle even rushing water. uphill. A good way to dispose of household chemicals is combine them and put them in the trash. A. True. Chemical fire. False. A. Cover with lots of blankets. “Heat lightning” poses no threat as it is too far away. A. Apply cool wet cloths. Flooding. A. B. A. 37. B. This device can be used to remove most biological agents that enter a house. . High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter. A fact about lightning. B. B. Lie flat on the floor. 41. Stay low and run to escape flames. B. 38. Run away without regard to the route you take. Lighting is one of the most predicable hazards. Get out immediately. 35. B. B. Give water regardless of consciousness. Distance. C. shielding and time are factors in minimizing exposure to radiation. A. Earthquake. C. C. A. Less than six inches of water should not be a problem. Take shelter in a doorway. Potential danger from a nuclear power accident. False. and the rain-gutters free from debris are examples of some protective measures against this hazard. 36. Biological Identification and Screening Filter (BISF).B. C. 39. If you are in a mobile home during a tornado. An appropriate treatment for heat exhaustion. 40. An important point when driving in flooding conditions. Never drive through floodwaters. B. 44. C. B. A. A. 42. Stay upstream. One way to help children cope with disaster. C. B. True. Lightning often strikes outside of heavy rain and may occur as far as 10 miles away from any rainfall. C. Floods. C. Do this if caught outside during a hazardous materials incident. you should. C. A. 43. A. Radiation.
True. 48. 46. Advise them to try to forget all about it. Get in your vehicle and get out of the area. True. . Seek safe shelter. 50. B. A. C. Evacuations in this country are rare. 47. B. A. B. False. A. A source for determining hazards that threaten your community. C. B. Answer questions about the disaster honestly but do not dwell on frightening details. False. United States Department of Hazards. Stay tuned to a radio since there is only a possibility of a tornado. If instructed to remain inside during a chemical attack. Shelter in an internal room.B. you should. If you hear a tornado warning you should. Shelter in a room with the most exterior openings. A. B. Local emergency management office. A. Victims struck by lightning carry an electrical charge and should not be touched. Shelter in any exterior room. C. Emergency Alert System. 49. C.
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