HSM 315 (Ashford)

  • Ashford HSM 315 Week 1 Discussion 1

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 1 Discussion 1

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 1 Discussion 1 For an emergency planner, it is essential that they understand the different type of decision making thought processes and know when to utilize each of them. For this discussion, we will analyze normal, and crisis...

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  • Ashford HSM 315 Week 1 Discussion 2

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 1 Discussion 2

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 1 Discussion 2 The planning process is vital for any jurisdiction so that a finalized plan can be implemented when a disaster strikes. The FEMA guide repeats this idea in their planning guideline,” Accomplished properly;...

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  • Ashford HSM 315 Week 2 Discussion 1

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 2 Discussion 1

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 2 Discussion 1 Evacuation Advantages- Can be the safest course of action when anticipating a natural disaster. When hurricanes are approaching mainland, the damage that it brings includes flooding. We know that when a hurricane...

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  • Ashford HSM 315 Week 2 Discussion 2

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 2 Discussion 2

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 2 Discussion 2 Emergency is defined as “a sudden, urgent, usually unexpected occurrence or occasion requiring immediate action” (Emergency, n.d.). Any natural or humanmade incidents requires a plan of action to reduce...

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  • Ashford HSM 315 Week 3 Discussion 1

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 3 Discussion 1

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 3 Discussion 1 EOC stands for Emergency Operations Control. An example of an EOC would be the Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Management from the 1997 movie “Volcano”. It is a command section needed to be able to...

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  • Ashford HSM 315 Week 3 Discussion 2

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 3 Discussion 2

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 3 Discussion 2 A basic plan is one that does not identify specific goals or factors that must be addressed, rather a general outline to follow. The FEMA guideline says that, “It describes expected hazards, outlines agency...

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  • Ashford HSM 315 Week 4 Discussion 1

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 4 Discussion 1

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 4 Discussion 1 From an alternative quote from the French microbiologist Louis Pasteur, Fortune favors the prepared mind. When a disaster occurs, you may be limited to what material you have stashed away. This is why FEMA...

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  • Ashford HSM 315 Week 4 Discussion 2

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 4 Discussion 2

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 4 Discussion 2 A loose-lipped, hot-tempered emergency manager can lead to people to not trust them despite how effective their efforts were. The news is a way to pass information to the masses. They are necessary to any event. There...

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  • Ashford HSM 315 Week 5 Discussion 1

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 5 Discussion 1

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 5 Discussion 1 Communication is important during an emergency operation. During these operations, emotions will be running high. If you are not prepared, you will allow your emotions to dictate your reasoning which could mean...

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  • Ashford HSM 315 Week 5 Discussion 2

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 5 Discussion 2

    Ashford HSM 315 Week 5 Discussion 2 It is important that all players in an operation know their part. Developing a plan is only the beginning. As we learned from the OODA loop, you need to exercise your proposed plan, annotate what happens,...

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