Fundamentals of Emergency Preparedness
MGMT X 408.802
This course helps emergency managers communicate to senior managers the elements, tasks, and roles that comprise organizational preparedness for disasters, both inside the company and external to the company.
What you can learn.
- Understand interorganizational collaboration and trust in preparedness planning
- Identify key departments and employees who have critical roles in preparedness and a description of each role
- Prepare the basics of verbal and written plan communication and distribution
- Develop a preparedness plan
About this course:This course moves into the real-world work environment and builds your know-how in many specific job functions: understanding senior management's commitment to organizational preparedness for disasters, both inside the company and external to the company; interorganizational collaboration and trust in preparedness planning; preparing the inventories of employees, assets, suppliers, and customers; identification of all organizational stakeholders; identification of key departments and employees who have critical roles in preparedness and a description of each role; basics of verbal and written plan communication and distribution; developing a preparedness plan; federal, state, and local compliance issues and regulations; and understanding the organization's "community" and "external networks" in crisis planning, management, and recovery.
MGMT X 408.801 Emergency Preparedness and Homeland Security: An Overview (may be taken concurrently). In addition to standard technical requirements, students are required to have a computer with an internal/external microphone.
Speak to a program representative. Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm.
This course applies towards the following certificates & specializations…
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