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  1. MODULE 2UNIT 2 Planning, Assessment & Analysis

  2. Unit 2 Learning Objective At the completion of this unit the student will be able to conduct planning exercises including assessments and analysis of information and intelligence about potential targets.

  3. Student Performance Objectives • Know how to conduct risk analysis and assessments for hazardous materials and WMD agents and materials for on-scene situations and for preplanning potential terrorist targets in the local community. • Be aware of any potential targets for possible attack by persons using WMD agents or HazMat materials. Know preplans to be used in his/her department’s emergency response plan for these locations. • Demonstrate skill and knowledge in preparing hazard and risk analysis of potential WMD targets in the local community. Be able to assess the potential for direct threats and collateral damage, including effect of flammable fuels, explosive materials, and mass casualties. Be able to coordinate with other agencies how best to use available resources in developing preplans for potential attacks using WMD agents.

  4. Student Performance Objectives (cont.) • Participate with other local emergency response organizations in joint training exercises or drills involving selected specialized tasks or WMD mock agents. • Participate in a joint training exercise or drill with other emergency response organizations that are expected to participate in responding to a potential WMD event in the local area. • Understand fully the role and jurisdictions of Federal agencies. Coordinate and assist in conducting a criminal investigation of the potential WMD event. • Be able to implement the department’s emergency response plan, as well as the local and regional emergency response plan. Know how to access local assets to help with the on-scene resolution of the WMD event.

  5. Student Performance Objectives (cont.) • Know how to coordinate the development of an Incident Action Plan, in conjunction with the on-scene incident commander that is consistent with the department and the local emergency response plan procedures and practices. Be able to implement the Incident Action Plan, including how to address special on-the-scene hazards. • Know how to develop an Incident Action Plan in coordination with the on-scene incident commander or leadership team under the Unified Command System. Ensure that the Incident Action Plan is consistent with the department’s emergency response plan. • Coordinate with the incident commander the development and implementation of an Incident Action Plan to protect and treat victims and to control and mitigate on-scene hazards.

  6. Student Performance Objectives (cont.) • Be able to implement the department’s emergency response plan, as well as the local and regional emergency response plan. Know how to access local assets to help with the on-scene resolution of the WMD event. • Know how to coordinate the development of an Incident Action Plan, in conjunction with the on-scene incident commander that is consistent with the department and the local emergency response plan procedures and practices. Be able to implement the Incident Action Plan, including how to address special on-the-scene hazards. • Know how to develop an Incident Action Plan in coordination with the on-scene incident commander or leadership team under the Unified Command System. Ensure that the Incident Action Plan is consistent with the department’s emergency response plan. • Coordinate with the incident commander the development and implementation of an Incident Action Plan to protect and treat victims and to control and mitigate on-scene hazards.

  7. Risk Analysis • A process or methodology used to evaluate the potential harm that may be caused by the inadvertent or purposeful release of a hazardous substance.

  8. Target Analysis • Target analysis is the examination of potential targets to determine which one would have the most desirable effect by terrorists or criminals.

  9. Threat Assessment • Threat assessments are the formal evaluations of the degree of threat to any place, person or event and identifying the nature of that threat.

  10. FEMA Risk Assessment Worksheets

  11. Collateral Damage • Collateral damage is the damage and destruction of targets or personnel not considered as part of the target. • Typical Causes are • Explosive Release • Flammable Release • Mass Casualties

  12. Preplanning • Emergency Response Plans • Local Emergency Response Plans • Evacuation Plans • Incident Action Plans • IAP and Unified Command

  13. Emergency Response Plan Emergency response plans are a written document that sets forth the tasks or actions that are to be taken once an emergency incident is reported to have occurred.

  14. Incident Action Plan An incident action plan (IAP) is a plan developed at the field response level, which contains objectives reflecting the overall incident strategy and specific tactical actions, and supporting information for the next on-scene operational period. The plan may be oral or written.

  15. Working with Unified Command In ICS, Unified Command (UC) is a unified team effort which allows all agencies with responsibility for the incident, either geographical or functional, to manage an incident by establishing a common set of incident objectives and strategies.

  16. Coordinated Training, Exercises and Drills

  17. Unit 2 Quiz

  18. Questions