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  • IS-247.B: Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) for Alert Originators - FEMA Test Answers Official Site
  • IS-247.B: Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) for Alert Originators - FEMA Test Answers Official Site

IS-247.B: Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) for Alert Originators

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Product Title: IS-247.B: Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) for Alert Originators

This study guide includes all correct answers for IS-247.B: Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) for Alert Originators Course Date 4/20/2020.

Course Overview: The goal of this course is to provide authorized public safety officials with increased awareness of the benefits of using Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) for effective alerts and warnings; skill to draft more appropriate, effective, and accessible alert and warning messages; the importance of training, testing, and exercising with IPAWS; and best practices in the effective use of IPAWS to reach members of the public.

Course Objectives:

  • Introduction to IPAWS
  • Describe the background of IPAWS
  • Identify IPAWS Components
  • Describe the user roles of IPAWS Technical and Operational Components
  • Recognize possible pathways of the IPAWS Architectural Diagram
  • Identify the function of Open Platform for Emergency Networks (OPEN)
  • Describe the purpose of the Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) Implementation
  • Describe the process for becoming an Alerting Authority
  • Identify the benefits of IPAWS
  • Compare IPAWS to mass notification systems
  • Identify benefits of stakeholder relationships
  • Message Development and Dissemination
  • Identify the actions that initiate the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) alert or message process
  • Describe the basic requirements for creating alert and warning messages
  • Compare dissemination methods available via IPAWS
  • Describe the processes for message maintenance including monitoring, updating, canceling, and logging
  • Effective and Actionable Messages
  • Describe the characteristics of an effective and actionable message
  • Identify factors that may prevent messages from reaching the public effectively
  • Examine factors that may influence public response to