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Infrastructure Incident and Consequence Management

The complex nature of responding to disasters, both man-made and natural, requires a level of integration and preparedness that can be challenging to attain. An organization’s survival depends largely on its ability to properly leverage previous preparedness initiatives, in combination with existing local and regional hazard adaptation efforts. This course will explore the various organizational structures that best support incident decision-making and the role of critical infrastructure consequence management. It will rely heavily on case studies of previous hazard adaptation efforts and draw upon best practices for future mitigation strategies. Develop infrastructure products and analysis to support decision-making authorities, such as emergency managers and corporate leaders. Also, gain an understanding of the Incident Command System (ICS) by evaluating industry standards and best practices. Be further challenged to develop preliminary standard operating procedure for incorporating critical infrastructure protection and resilience activities into corporate or government incident command.

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You'll Walk Away with

  • The ability to develop preliminary standard operating procedure for incorporating critical infrastructure protection and resilience activities into corporate or government incident command
  • The knowledge to develop infrastructure products and analysis to support decision-making authorities, such as emergency managers and corporate leaders
  • An understanding of the Incident Command System (ICS) and the ability to provide recommendations for enhancing corporate emergency response
  • Completed online FEMA ICS Training 100, 200, and 700 (self-paced)
  • The insight to explore the role of emergency management in climate adaptation and risk reduction

Ideal for

  • Professionals interested in pursuing careers related to infrastructure readiness, disaster preparation, risk management, and associated activities
  • Students pursuing the Certificate in Infrastructure Security and Resilience
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