Cultural Competence Test

October 17, 2017

Disaster & Safety Planning Test

Indicate which Arrow office you are with:
It is recommended that you store which amount of water for emergencies?
You should hold practice fire drills so children will know home escape routes at least monthly with your children.
You should quiz your kids every ________ month(s) so they remember what to do, meeting places, phone numbers, and safety rules.
Homeowner’s insurance does not cover flood losses.
In case of a sudden emergency, you should pick at least ___ place(s) to meet right outside your home.
If you smell gas or hear a blowing or hissing noise, you should:
When you create your Family Disaster Plan you should:
In order to be prepared for disaster families should:
You should not discuss disasters and emergencies with children because it might scare them.
You should teach all responsible family members how and when to turn off the water, gas, and electricity at the main switches or valves.
NOAA is the:
You should post emergency telephone numbers by your phones and make sure children know how and when to call 911.
Knowing what to do in a disaster is not your best protection, nor is it your responsibility.
Explain to children that when people know what to do and practice in advance, everyone is better able to handle emergencies.
Disasters can:
You should research what disasters are most likely to occur in your community.
In the event of an emergency requiring evacuation or quarantine, caregivers are responsible for maintaining the safety of all children in their care.
The type of fire extinguishers is what you should have in your home is:
Each family must have a current Disaster Plan on file at the local Arrow Child & Family Ministries office and a copy in their home.
A voluntary evacuation means a foster family can wait for notification of a mandatory evacuation.

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