sec140 | undergraduate
Incident Communication Plans And Systems
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Manmade and Natural Disasters
- Distinguish between internal and external risks
- Identify manmade critical incidents
- Define natural disasters and their affect on organizations
Risk and Vulnerability Assessment
- Compare and contrast the differences between risk and vulnerability assessments
- Identify the foundational elements of risk and vulnerability assessments
- Explain the application of risk and vulnerability assessment to organizations
Before the Crisis
- Define prevention strategies used in planning for a crisis
- Explain preparedness strategies used in planning for a crisis
- Formulate planning protocols to prepare for a crisis
- Relate the prevention, preparedness, and planning strategies into practice
During the Crisis
- Use the Unified Command Structure during a crisis scenario
- Describe the communication and action plans used during a crisis
- Employ best practices in responding to a crisis
After the Crisis
- Describe the necessary components of an after action reviews
- Draft final recommendations to develop an action plan
- Identify the strengths and weaknesses of the response procedures during a crisis
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