www.all-hazards.com

© 2006 International Disaster/Fire Training Institute Inc.

| HOME | ABOUT IDTI | COURSES | INDEPENDENT STUDY | FACTS | ENROLL | EM276 |

EM 276 Resource Management Course

What You Get: Over 95 unit pages and 32 checklists.

See some Sample Test Questions

Module 1 - Introduction And Overview

Course Overview
Resource Management Functions

Module 2 - Resource Needs Assessment And Analysis

Introduction
Topic 1: Relationships Among Em, Rm, And Resource Needs Assessment
And Analysis
Topic 2: Determine Resources Needed To Manage A Disaster
Topic 3: Determine Existing Resources And Capabilities
Topic 4: Identify Sources For Procurement
Topic 5: Validate Resource Distribution Centers

Module 3 - Developing Sops Using Job Aids

Introduction
Topic 1: Develop Sops Using Job Aids
Topic 2: The RM Annex And Related Legislation

Module 4 - Implement The Resource Management System

Introduction
Topic 1: Activate The Rm System
Topic 2: Document Return Of Resources
Topic 3: Exercise, Review, Evaluate, And Revise Rm Systems

Attachments

SAMPLE TEST QUESTIONS

Why is it important to determine the jurisdiction’s existing resources?

a. It helps to identify the shortfalls in resource requirements.
b. It provides a basis for budgeting and planning for resource acquisition.
c. It clarifies the RM Coordinator’s role in the EOC.
d. a, b, and c are all important.

Emergency management and resource management involve coordination of resources during an emergency. True or False

| HOME | ABOUT IDTI | COURSES | INDEPENDENT STUDY | FACTS | ENROLL | EM276 |
Copyright © 2006 International Disaster/Fire Training Institute, Inc.
All rights reserved.
Website www.all-hazards.com
Email director@all-hazards.com

Government publications used in this document have been electronically transcribed by
International Disaster/Fire Training Institute, Inc.
Sources used to develop these courses are public domain documents.