IS 1023 Electrical Systems Considerations Study Guide

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The study guide containing course notes and FEMA IS 1023 ANSWERS to Electrical Systems Considerations. An electric power system is a network of electrical components deployed to supply, transfer, store, and use electric power. Electrical Power Systems Provide looped, network, or radial distribution service or other redundancies in the electrical service to critical facilities, such as hospitals and fire stations, by installing surge suppressors and lightning arrestors. You may also be interested in our FEMA IS 1024 Answers Guide.

Course Date

2/28/2019

Course Overview
The course provides an overview of electrical systems in the context of Public Assistance grant funded projects. By the end of the course, State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial Applicants and Recipients will be able to understand all aspects of electrical systems considerations and project eligibility.

Course Objectives:

  • Describe Public Assistance policy and guidance related to electrical systems.
  • Identify common reasons why electrical systems projects are deemed ineligible for Public Assistance grant funding.
  • Identify documentation considerations associated with electrical systems, including documenting damage prior to repair.
  • Identify special considerations for eligible electrical systems projects.

From IS-1023: Electrical Systems Considerations Official Course

FEMA IS 1023 EXAMPLE QUESTIONS

Corrective action plans, copies of construction work plans, and maintenance records should all be provided during this process:
A. Documentation
B. Inspection
C. Maintenance
D. Conditioning

A _________ is a structure secured into the ground and used to provide overhead support for public utility equipment like power lines, telephone wires and other types of communication cable, streetlights and traffic related equipment.
A. transformer
B. utility pole
C. conductor
D. utility pole cross-arm

___________is the method by which the future benefits of a hazard mitigation project are determined and compared to its costs.
A. Qualitative Needs Analysis (QANA)
B. Quantitative Needs Analysis (QNA)
C. Allocation-Cost-Analysis (ACR)
D. Benefit-Cost Analysis (BCA)

Ineligible Work Performed by a Providing Entity includes all of the following except:
A. Training and exercises
B. Dispatch operations outside the receiving State, Territory, or Tribe
C. Assisting with cleanup of a personal residence
D. Emergency Work

To be eligible, work must be the legal responsibility of the ________ requesting assistance.
A. Official
B. Attendant
C. Applicant
D. Officer

In 1969, Congress enacted the ___________ in response to public concern about the deteriorating quality of the “human” environment and the inadequate consideration of environmental impacts of major federal projects.
A. PKEMRA
B. National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
C. Stafford Act
D. National Incident Management System (NIMS)

An ______ public facility is one that a State, Territorial, Tribal, or local government owns or has legal responsibility for maintaining.
A. efficient
B. ineligible
C. eligible
D. inefficient

The ________ is a numerical expression of the “cost-effectiveness” of a project.
A. Qualitative Needs Ration (QANR)
B. Quantitative Needs Ratio (QNR)
C. Benefit-Cost-Ratio (BCR)
D. Allocation-Cost-Ratio(ACR)

Work plans demonstrating the utility’s past practices and current and future projects are provided during this process:
A. Maintenance
B. Inspection
C. Documentation
D. Conditioning

A ______ is a tensioned cable designed to add stability to a free-standing structure. They are used commonly on ship masts, radio masts, wind turbines, utility poles, and tents.
A. guy wire
B. transformer
C. conductor
D. utility pole cross-arm

For all FEMA IS 1023 answers, download the guide.