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Course Title: EM 011 All-Hazards Emergency Management - Basic

What You Get: 12 pages in 11 Objectives
See some Sample Test Questions

Objectives:

At the conclusion of this session, students should be able to:

1. Describe the four phases that comprise the disaster life cycle

2. Describe the four functions that comprise emergency management

3. Identify at least three strategies or activities associated with each of the four functions

4. Describe the changing acronyms and terminology associated with all-hazards emergency management

5. Identify four principles of emergency preparedness

6. Describe the structures and responsibilities of local government in emergency management

7. Describe the role of voluntary and private-sector organizations in emergency management

8. Describe the role of the state government in emergency management

9. Identify the reasons the Federal Emergency Management Agency was created

10. Describe the role of the federal government in emergency management

11. Describe how the component structures of the intergovernmental system can be integrated during emergency responses

Scope

 An overview of the functions and structures that comprise all-hazards emergency management.

SAMPLE TEST QUESTIONS

The more detailed and longer your disaster plan is the more likely it will be followed during a disaster. True or False

A typical local government responsibility in emergency management is

a. issuing statewide radiological warnings
b. emergency reporting
c. alerting and warning
d. evacuation and shelter

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