FSC 4753


Terrorism Incident Management and Emergency Procedures includes the philosophies and tactics of terrorist groups, and evaluates current and emerging terrorism trends. This course covers topics of terrorism methodology, pre-attack threat, National Incident Management System (NIMS), emergency response, general scene management, and chemical weapons attacks.


  1. Analyze the importance of a pre-attack threat assessment.
  2. Explain levels of emergency response to a possible terrorist event.
  3. Outline techniques of scene survey used to identify danger.
  4. Describe general scene management after a terrorist attack.
  5. Identify working zones at the scene of a terrorist attack.
  6. Describe the National Incident Management System (NIMS).
  7. Evaluate methods for dispersing chemical warfare agents in a chemical weapons attack.
  8. Categorize the four methods of victim decontamination.
  9. Classify agents used in chemical weapons attacks.
  10. Characterize incendiary and explosive devices used by terrorists.




McGraw-Hill homeland security handbook: Strategic guidance for a coordinated approach to effective security and emergency management (Rev: 2)

Publisher: McGraw-Hill (2012)
Author: Kamien, D. G. (Ed.)
ISBN: 978-0-07-179084-0
Price: (No information available)

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