Evaluate your group’s emergency management plan for natural hazards, and then use your findings to create a new emergency management plan for technological or man-made hazards (specifically terrorist attacks). The individual plan that you develop must be a concise, well-organized emergency management plan that conforms to established professional guidelines for natural disasters.
· In 750–1,000 words, develop an emergency management plan for terrorist attacks.
· The plan must address the following at minimum:
· Situation and assumptions
· What are the circumstances? (Hint: Create a scenario that is different from the Phase 4 Group Project scenario.)
· What is the chain of command? Explain.
· What are the objectives of the plan? Explain.
· Concept of operations
· What are the functions and tasks that will be performed to fulfill the plan’s goals and missions?
· Organization and assignment of responsibilities
· Who is in charge of specific functions and tasks? Why?
· Direction and control
· How will the processes of the plan stay on course? Explain.
· Plan development and maintenance
· What are some key factors that must be taken into consideration during the plan development phase?
· What are the most significant differences that you found between developing a natural hazard emergency management plan and developing a man-made hazard emergency management plan? Explain.
· Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.
Please submit your assignment.
For assistance with your assignment, please use your text, Web resources, and all course materials.
Unit 5 Reading: Man-Made Disaster Emergency Plans
· Evaluate the history of US responses to natural disasters and man-made attacks.
· Describe and discuss the challenges associated with responding to certain types of disasters and attacks.
· Identify and describe the different types of natural and man-made disasters and attacks.
· Discuss the differences in planning, preparedness, response and recovery between natural and man-made events.
· Discuss the different approaches to Homeland Security and Emergency Management employed by other nations.
· Develop emergency plans for both natural disasters and man-made attacks.