IS 1021 Bridge Damage Considerations Study Guide

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The study guide to IS 1021 Bridge Damage Considerations. The type of technical expertise required to repair, replace, or rebuild bridges are FEMA Specialized Engineers. Throughout bridge projects, the role of the FEMA technical experts or specialized engineers are to perform damage assessments, prepare scope of work, and evaluate pre-existing condition of the bridge for compliance with safety standards. Contains correct FEMA IS 1021 answers and course notes. For a basic foundation on public assistance, check out our FEMA IS 1000 Test Answers Guide.

Course Date

2/28/2019

Course Overview

The course provides an overview of bridge considerations regarding project eligibility. By the end of the course, State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial Applicants and Recipients will be able to describe all bridge considerations for the Public Assistance Program and project eligibility.

Course Objectives:

  • Describe Public Assistance policy and guidance related to bridges.
  • Identify the documentation requirements for bridges to receive Public Assistance grant funding.
  • Discuss the eligibility considerations for Permanent Work on bridges to receive Public Assistance grant funding.
  • Discuss the eligibility considerations for Emergency Work on bridges to receive Public Assistance grant funding.

From IS-1021: Bridge Damage Considerations Official Course

FEMA IS 1021 EXAMPLE QUESTIONS

The Applicant is required to identify and report all its disaster-related damage, Emergency Work activities, and debris quantities to FEMA within how many days of the Recovery Scoping Meeting?
A. 60 Days
B. 90 Days
C. 30 Days
D. 120 Days

Which of the following should be kept to sufficiently document regular intervals of maintenance activity?
A. Activity Logs
B. Sketches
C. Applicant Logs
D. Invoices

FEMA conducts ___________ with the Applicant to validate, quantify, and document the cause, location, and details of the reported damage and debris impacts.
A. Crisis Counseling
B. Financial Counseling
C. Site Inspections
D. Preliminary Damage Assessments

Which of the following statements about bridge eligibility requirements and documentation of pre-disaster condition is true?
A. The most recent pre-disaster underwater inspection for the bridge is needed only if it affects the pre-disaster integrity of the bridge.
B. A bridge report must be filled out to document pre-disaster condition if the bridge is less than 20 feet.
C. A Scour Plan of Action is required for the bridge.
D. Structural inventory and appraisals for the bridge should include comments and the most recent photograph of the bridge.

Which of the following is the most common higher level analysis for Emergency Work?
A. Environmental Assessment
B. Categorical Exclusion
C. Statutory Exclusion
D. Environmental Impact Statement

A ferry charges $10 a person as the normal fee for the service. After an incident, the State waived the normal ferry service fee to encourage alternate transportation. If the ferry lost the equivalent of $1,000 in revenue, how much Public Assistance funding would FEMA provide the ferry?
A. $10
B. $500
C. $0
D. “$1
E. 000 ”

According to the Federal Highway Administration, how often should a bridge report be filled out to document pre-disaster condition?
A. Every year
B. Every two years
C. Every six months
D. Every four years

In which of the following situations is debris removal from the channel ineligible for Emergency Work?
A. If the debris could cause damage to structures, such as bridges or culverts
B. If the debris is obstructing the aesthetic of the area
C. If the debris obstructs, or could obstruct, intake structures
D. If the debris is causing, or could cause, flooding to improved public or private property during the occurrence of a 5-year flood

All of the following are true about changes to the pre-disaster design or construction method of a bridge, except:
A. The Applicant must show that the changes are consistent with the Applicant’s general construction practices
B. The changes must not impact the capacity of the facility
C. The changes can impact the function of the facility
D. The Applicant must show that the changes are reasonable based on the type and extent of restoration

All of the following are true of bridge mitigation measures for Permanent Work, except:
A. Work to repair scour or erosion damage to a channel or stream bank is eligible if the repair is necessary to restore the structural integrity
B. Hydrologic and hydraulic studies are necessary if the bridge is being replaced with a larger bridge
C. Installing girders and deck uplift tie-downs to prevent displacement from the substructure is considered cost-effective if the measure does not exceed 100% of the eligible repair cost
D. Installing cables to restrain a bridge from being knocked off piers or abutments during floods or earthquakes is not considered to be cost-effective

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