Secondary Device Dangers and Reactions

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References

Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA). (2003). Safety and health guides: Secondary explosive devices guide. Retrieved from https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/emergencypreparedness/gu…

FoxNews.com. (2004). FBI warns of secondary explosive devices. Retrieved from http://www.foxnews.com/story/2004/05/13/fbi-warns-….

For your main post:

  • Describe possible protocols for searching, evacuation, and preservation of the scene.
  • Develop a plan for responses to typical human reactions in themselves and others (fear, action, compliance) in an emergency that might include a secondary device.

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References

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). (2004). Hurricane Pam exercise concludes. Retrieved from http://www.fema.gov/news-release/2004/07/23/hurric…

Siegel, R. (2005, September 1). New Orleans’ previous plans for hurricanes [Radio broadcast]. In National Public Radio, All Things Considered. Retrieved from http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?story…

In your main post, continuing with a focus on preparedness and moving on toward mitigation, complete the following:

  • Create a short scenario (no more than two paragraphs) of a critical incident that might take place in your region.
  • Describe your preparedness planning, referencing the scenario.
  • Explain your early thoughts on mitigation should such an incident occur in your region.

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Continuing with the same scenario you created for the Tabletop Exercise discussion in this unit, your emphasis in this discussion is on how you will plan to successfully implement a vertical evacuation.

In your main post:

  • Provide a rationale for why the location you have chosen is appropriate. For example, is the structure strong enough for the envisioned use?
  • Determine whether there is enough capacity in the structure to contain the predicted number of people who will need protection.
  • Suggest a way to provide informed “shelter supervisors” for your chosen site.
  • Explain why it is important to estimate the length of time protection will be necessary.
  • Summarize ways to implement an orderly movement of appropriate numbers of people from threatened areas to the chosen location.