EMG 3100: Terrorism in Emergency Management

Description

Addresses emergency management of terrorism in terms of preparedness, incident response, and safe approaches to mitigation. Some of the key topics presented in the course include terrorism throughout world history, risks and hazards at the terrorism scene, preservation of evidence at the terrorism scene, risk assessment procedures and processes, key management roles and responsibilities, and recognition of explosive substances and devices.

Objectives

  1. Analyze ways to plan and prepare for an emergency disaster.
  2. Analyze the concept of crisis management.
  3. Identify the principles of effective disaster planning.
  4. Design an all-hazard emergency plan.

PreRequisites

  1. EMG 3000

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