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Once approved an Emergency Operations Plan should never be revised since this would create potential confusion in responding agencies?



Answer:
NOT a true statement. An EOP should always be being reviewed in order to keep it up-to-date and react to current realities, and it should always be open to change. What IS a TRUE statement is that it should never be altered wtihout the input and knowledge of ALL agencies affected by the EOP.

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