[12 Test Answers] FEMA IS-13: EMI Conduct and Behavior

Here are the FEMA answers to IS-13: EMI Conduct and Behavior.

Overview: The FEMA IS-13 course was published on Apr 26, 2024 to provide participants and instructors with knowledge of FEMA/NETC/EMI requirements for conduct when attending an EMI learning event.

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Question 1. Which of the following is the most accurate example of sexual harassment?
A. Posting negative comments about your manager on social media.
B. Using suggestive language with a peer via text message.✅
C. Teasing your coworker one time about their favorite sports team.
D. Calling a classmate “Stinky Sam” to another classmate.

Question 2. Self-plagiarism is ____.
A. presenting your work as a new production.
B. fabricating facts with no source material.
C. giving your work to someone else to copy for their assignment
D. presenting someone else’s work as a new production.✅

Question 3. Which of the following is the most accurate example of cyberbullying?
A. Posting negative comments about your manager on social media✅
B. Using suggestive language with a peer via text message
C. Teasing your coworker one time about their favorite sports team
D. Freezing your instructor’s ID Card in a cup of ice.

Question 4. Alejandro’s suitcase was lost by the airline during transit. You and some classmates offer to lend him some clothes and needed items while he waits for his luggage to arrive. This action is an example of FEMA’s Core Value
A. Convenience
B. Integrity
C. Collaboration
D. Compassion✅

Question 5. According to Maryland law, adults 21 or older may possess up to 1.5oz of cannabis flower, 12g of concentrated cannabis, or a total amount of cannabis products that does not exceed 750mg THC. As a student on a NETC Campus, what restrictions are you NOT subject to?
A. Operation of Government Owned Vehicles or machinery while under the influence of cannabis
B. Possession of CBD oil while on privately owned property✅
C. Transport of legally purchased cannabis outside of Maryland
D. Consumption of a THC-infused edible during on-duty hours

Question 6. To be accepted to attend class on the FEMA campus, students must be at least what age?
A. 21 or older
B. 18 or older✅
C. 25 or older
D. Any age; Students under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian while on the FEMA campus

Question 7. When is it okay to bring your hunting rifle to the NETC Campus?
A. If you are a Federal Employee AND have a hunting license, you can bring your hunting rifle on campus as long as you leave it locked securely in your vehicle.
B. If you are prior military or law enforcement, you can bring your hunting rifle with you during deer season.
C. Never. Anyone who wishes to bring a weapon on campus must have prior authorization. Hunting is not an authorized reason to bring a weapon on campus.✅
D. During deer season, as long as you have your hunting license and deer tags.

Question 8. Identify the unacceptable behaviors that could impact student performance or otherwise disrupt official duties by government employees or contractors.
A. You meet a former colleague during your class break. You make plans to catch up with them during lunch.
B. You choose not to come to a portion of a course because the information does not apply to your current job.✅
C. You quickly set up and turn on an automatic out-of-office email response for the duration of your class.
D. You turn your phone on silent and place it in your backpack.

Question 9. Identify the FEMA Core Values outlined in FEMA Publication 1.
A. Respect, Fairness, Compassion, Integrity✅
B. Responsibility, Fairness, Collaboration, Integrity
C. Reflection, Fidelity, Compassion, Integration
D. Respect, Freedom, Competency, Integrity

Question 10. After encountering misconduct, who is required to submit a report?
A. Only victims of misconduct should report the behavior.
B. Only students should report misconduct.
C. Any personnel based on the NETC campus for employment or instruction who witness, experience, or receive a report of a conduct violation.✅
D. Only instructors and staff should report misconduct.

Question 11. While on campus, you notice a group of contract workers making sexualized comments about female employees. The harassment is persistent and makes the female employees very uncomfortable. As a direct witness, how should you respond?
A. Use your NOSE (Note, Origin, Seek, Elevate)✅
B. Use your EARS (Encounter, Action, Report, Support)
C. You should ignore it and return to class. The women will probably report it anyway.
D. Use your EYES (Encourage, Yield, Empower, Serve)

Question 12. Which of the following is NOT an example of harassment or bullying?
A. Posting negative comments about your manager on social media
B. Using suggestive language with a peer via text message
C. Teasing your coworker one time about their favorite sports team✅
D. Starting a malicious rumor about an employee.

Question 13. Although EQUITY and EQUALITY are both valuable components of FAIRNESS, they are not interchangeable concepts. Choose one of the following situations that best represents the use of equality.
A. Grigori, a deaf student, requests a sign-language interpreter for the course. EMI hires one for Grigori.
B. Sam, a visually impaired student, requested a braille copy of the student materials for the course and it was provided to him.
C. The course instructor allows all students to use a provided reference sheet during the final exam.✅
D. Maya, a student with Autism Spectrum Disorder, requests to sit in the back of the classroom so she can stand up and pace as needed. The instructor complies with her request.

Question 14. What is the purpose of conduct policies, directives, and procedures?
A. Suspend the rights of the individual.
B. Prevent fraud, waste, and abuse of the Federal Government.
C. Prevent a person from having any fun while attending an EMI course.
D. Preserve a safe and professional environment.✅

Question 15. Select the example of an action a student may take that falls under Academic Misconduct.
A. Jenny couldn’t remember the specific source for one of her points so she asked the instructor for help.
B. Alex asked to borrow his classmate’s study flash cards.
C. Stuart looked online for a copy of the course test questions and answers.✅
D. Lauren wrote an amazing and informed paper using multiple cited sources.

Question 16. Your classmate is struggling with course concepts and learning activities. She admits during group work that she forged her completion certificate for a pre-requisite course.
A. You give her a high-five! You’ve done the same thing prior.
B. You know that forging a DHS document has long-reaching consequences. You send the instructor an email so that an investigation can get started.✅
C. You decide that people make mistakes. So you are going to work extra to cover for her lack of knowledge and help her learn the previous material.
D. You ignore the comment and get back to work, it’s none of your business.

Question 17. If I am concerned about passing an upcoming test, I can…
A. ask my co-worker to write down all of the questions and answers during their class so I can use them during my class.
B. go to a third-party website to get the answers ahead of time.
C. fake an illness on the day of the test so the instructor will just excuse me from the exam.
D. review my study guide, resources, and class notes.✅

Question 18. While at the pub on campus, Brad and Jason are placing bets on a football game they are currently watching. Is this permitted?
A. Financial activity associated with gambling may take place on government-owned property after duty hours.
B. Gambling isn’t restricted to federal employees.
C. Any/all gambling is prohibited for federal employees anytime, anywhere.
D. Any game with financial stakes while on government-owned property is prohibited.✅

Question 19. Use of drones or other unmanned aerial vehicles is prohibited on any FEMA facility without written permission from…
A. Any Branch Chief
B. The Senior Facility Official✅
C. A Licensed Aerial Operator
D. Your Instructor

Question 20. You just sent your students for a 15-minute break when one of your students approaches your desk. She says, “My friend could not get a slot in this course because she was told there was no more room, but I see one of the desks is taken by an aide for a student with disabilities. Why are we taking away a course slot from someone who can actually do the job and then giving two slots to someone who clearly cannot do the course independently?” You respond…
A. Hmm. We could talk to leadership about prioritizing course slots for students without disabilities.
B. At FEMA we believe that all individuals should be given the same opportunity to attend a course. Different students have individual needs and EMI will provide the resources required to help each person reach an equal outcome.✅
C. Well, maybe your friend should have signed up for the course earlier so there would have been a slot available!
D. I don’t know. I’ll ask the course manager.

Question 21. Jason is working on a group project with Jamal. Jamal requests time away from the group for his evening prayers. Jason smiles and says, “No problem.” Then Jason keeps working on the project. Which FEMA Core Value applies?
A. Jason is being RESPECTFUL in supporting his classmate’s religious practices.✅
B. Jason is being REFLECTIVE as he ponders Jamal’s religious beliefs.
C. Jason is REASSURING Jamal that actively practicing a religion is okay.
D. Jason is practicing EQUALITY as he is giving himself and Jamal time to practice their religious beliefs.

Question 22. Under FEMA Directive 123-0-2, facility personnel may NOT conduct administrative inspections that include…
A. Persons entering any FEMA campus
B. Vehicles entering any FEMA campus
C. Assistance in a criminal investigation✅
D. Lodging on FEMA campus

Question 23. Identify the unacceptable behaviors that could impact student performance or otherwise disrupt official duties by government employees or contractors.
A. You participate in all learning activities and ensure that you actively contribute to team projects.
B. You continue to complete your job responsibilities (answer emails and telephone calls, take meetings) during instructional time.✅
C. You raise your hand several times during class to ask questions
D. You arrive 15 minutes early to ensure you have time to park, use the restroom, and get a coffee prior to the class start time.

Question 24. FEMA Directive 123-0-2 reminds all students that displaying or wearing any political campaign items while participating in FEMA instruction is…
A. allowed if you are a registered voter.
B. allowed as long as you are a federal employee.
C. allowed as long as nobody complains.
D. prohibited.✅

Question 25. During class, your instructor makes an offensive comment about a particular sexual orientation. While no one seems immediately uncomfortable, you know this comment is harassment. What should you do?
A. Find the instructor’s car and cover it in rainbow stickers.
B. Report the conduct to your course manager. This report will inform leadership of the situation and launch an investigation.✅
C. No one seemed offended, so you should not report in this situation.
D. Stop abiding by FEMA’s Conduct policies. If the instructors don’t have to, why should you?