Emergency Preparedness and Management Planning Analytical Essay by JCowie024

Emergency Preparedness and Management Planning
Looks at risk considerations as part of emergency preparedness and management planning.
# 148153 | 1,445 words | 4 sources | APA | 2011 | US


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Description:

This paper explains that the ability to understand the concept of risk and the ability to recognize these risks correctly are a crucial part of the emergency preparedness and management planning process. Next, the author discusses types of risks, which are natural such as tornadoes, man-made such as oil spills and emerging such as bioterrorism. The paper also focuses on risks relating to the type of business, workplace violence and consideration of employees.

Table of Contents:
Abstract
Risk Defined
Risk Assessment and Considerations
Facility Location Risk Considerations
Risk Considerations for Nature of Business
Emerging Risks
Cyber-terrorism
Workplace Violence
Risk Consideration for Media
Employee Risk Consideration
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"The location of a facility for the business needs to be assessed for emergency planning for natural risks, man-made, and emerging risks. It is essential that the location of the facility assess the risks around it as certain parts of the country have a higher probability for natural disasters than others. For example, if a facility is located in Florida, it has a higher risk of experiencing a hurricane than a facility that is located in Minnesota. A facility located in Minnesota has a higher risk of experiencing a blizzard than the facility located in Florida. A facility location also needs to assess the types of businesses and companies around it. "

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Broder, J. (2000). Risk Analysis and the Security Survey. Woburn, Massachusettes: Butterworth-Heinemann.
  • Federal Bureau of Investigations. (1999). Terrorism in the United States 1999. Retrieved from:http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/terror_99.pdf
  • John Hopkins Medicine. (n.d.). Bioterrorism Information at John Hopkins. Retrieved from:http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/heic/bioterrorism/history.html
  • Schneid, T.D., Collins, L. (2001). Diaster Management and Preparedness. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press.

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APA Format

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