FEMA IS 800.C: National Response Framework, An Introduction

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Course Overview

This course introduces participants to the concepts and principles of the National Response Framework. The goal of this course is to familiarize participants with the National Response Framework and the ways it is applied in actual response situations.

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course, the students will be able to describe how the National Response Framework is applied to manage all-hazards response.

At the end of this course, participants will be able to describe:

  • the purpose, scope, organization, and underlying doctrine of the National Response Framework (NRF).
  • the Response roles and responsibilities of all elements of the whole community.
  • core capabilities for Response and the actions required to deliver those capabilities.
  • coordinating structures and operational planning used to support emergency response.

Primary Audience

This course is intended for government executives, private-sector and nongovernmental organization (NGO) leaders, and emergency management practitioners. This includes senior elected and appointed leaders, such as Federal department or agency heads, State Governors, mayors, tribal leaders, city or county officials, and FEMA and other federal agency emergency managers and staff – those who have a responsibility to provide for effective response. All levels of government, the private and nonprofit sectors, and individuals that play a role in response are also welcome to take this course.



Example Questions

Which Response core capability includes delivering essential commodities, equipment, and services in support of impacted communities and survivors, to include emergency power and fuel support, as well as the coordination of access to community staples?
A. Mass-Care Services
B. Environmental Response/Health and Safety
C. Logistics and Supply Chain Management
D. Infrastructure Systems

As the principal Federal official for domestic incident management, the Secretary of Homeland Security coordinates the Federal resources utilized in the prevention of, preparation for, response to, or recovery from terrorist attacks, major disasters, or other emergencies.

The Unified Coordination Group:
A. Is a temporary Federal facility.
B. Provides coordination leadership at the Joint Field Office.
C. Is a state-level group comprised of the heads of each Emergency Support Function (ESF).
D. Directs the incident command structure established at the incident.

Which Response core capability involves ensuring the capacity for timely communications in support of security, situational awareness, and operations by any and all means available, among and between affected communities in the impact area and all response forces?
A. Operational Communications
B. On-scene Security, Protection, and Law Enforcement
C. Logistics and Supply Chain Management
D. Infrastructure Systems

What is the relationship between the National Response Framework and the National Incident Management System (NIMS)?
A. The NIMS relates to local, state, and territorial operations, whereas the NRF relates strictly to Federal operations.
B. The response protocols and structures described in the National Response Framework align with the NIMS, and all NIMS components support response.
C. The NIMS and the National Response Framework cover different aspects of incident management—the NIMS is focused on tactical planning, and the National Response Framework is focused on coordination.
D. The National Response Framework replaces the NIMS, which is now obsolete.

Whose duties include operation of the National Response Coordination Center, the effective support of all Emergency Support Functions, and, more generally, preparation for, protection against, response to, and recovery from all-hazards incidents?
A. DHS Director of Operations Coordination
B. Senior Federal Law Enforcement Official
C. FEMA Administrator
D. Secretary of Homeland Security

In an ESF, who oversees the preparedness activities for the ESF and coordinates with its primary and support agencies?
A. Chief of Police
B. Emergency manager
C. ESF coordinator
D. First responder on the scene

All elements of the community must be activated, engaged, and integrated to respond to a major or catastrophic incident.

The National Response Framework is:
A. A comprehensive guide to prevention, protection, response, recovery, and mitigation.
B. Triggered following a declaration by the Secretary of Homeland Security.
C. Always in effect, and elements can be implemented as needed on a flexible, scalable basis to improve response.
D. Written exclusively for professional emergency management practitioners.

Federal Coordinating Structures include:
A. Federal Law Enforcement
C. National Guard
D. Emergency Support Functions

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