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EM 250.11 Continuity of Operations (COOP)
Workshop in Emergency Management (WEM)
Student Manual
Course Information

What You Get: Seven Modules, four Exercises, Apppendices of over 30 pages with graphs and charts

See some Sample Test Questions

COURSE PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES

TOPIC BACKGROUND AND HISTORY

COOP Planning Objectives

Phases of COOP Planning

MODULE 1 -  WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

MODULE 2 - JUSTIFYING COOP PLANNING

Using Related Job Aids     

Module 3 - Internal Review     

Exercise    

Integrating the Existing Plans

Using Related Job Aids

MODULE 4 - COOP PROCESS

My City, USA Drill

Common Errors in the Risk Assessment    

Common Errors in the Function Survey

Common Errors in the Impact Analysis     


MODULE 5 - PRIORITIZE RECOVERY    

Recovery Windows       

MODULE 6 - TESTING AND MAINTENANCE

MODULE 7 - COOPERATIVE PLANNING WITH BUSINESS 

MODULE A - INTRODUCTION TO THE TABLETOP EXERCISE  

MODULE B - TEAM ASSIGNMENTS, ROLES, AND GOALS     

MODULE C - WARMUP EXERCISE 

MODULE D - TABLETOP EXERCISE

Instructions for Group Exercise

Scenario          

Phase One  

Phase Two     

Appendix A - Blank Forms  

Appendix B - Resources     

SAMPLE TEST QUESTIONS

Hazards which can be prevented cannot impact your organization is an example of

a. mitigation/prevention
b. preparedness
c. response
d. recovery

It is possible for a “ripple” to become a hazard with many of its own ripple effects. True or False

A common error in impact analysis is

a. predicted consequences are not justified to the satisfaction of an outsider
b. intangibles are not considered
c. single points of failure are not identified
d. all of the above

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