A survey course reviewing the history, current practices, and trends in the management of domestic disaster operations. The course discusses the responsibilities different levels of government (federal, state, and local) and agencies have with respect to domestic disasters and their relationships with the private sector.
- Identify the inter agency relationships among the federal, state, and local governments in the management of domestic disasters.
- Describe how different governmental agencies and private sector entities can work together in support of a civil disaster or emergency.
- Describe the issues concerning information and communication management during a civil disaster or emergency.
- Conduct an emergency preparedness risk assessment on a public sector agency or private sector entity.
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