A. ICS or ICS-like EOC structure
B. Departmental Structure
C. Incident Support Model (ISM) structure
D. Strategic Joint Command Structure
Answer:- The right answer is option A. ICS or ICS-like EOC structure
The Incident Command System (ICS) is a standardized approach to incident management that is used to coordinate and manage emergency responses. It is designed to be flexible and scalable, and can be applied to incidents of any size or complexity. An ICS-like EOC structure is a configuration that mirrors the ICS structure at the incident site, allowing for seamless coordination between the on-scene incident organization and the EOC. This alignment helps to ensure that information flows smoothly between the two organizations and that decisions are made quickly and effectively.