This Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) independent training course manual from the Emergency Management Institute (EMI), in written form, provides participants with an overview of U.S. military resources potentially available to assist civilian authorities, and procedures for obtaining and integrating military resources into disaster response and recovery operations. (This written version supplements, but does not replace, the interactive course.)
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* Define key terms related to military resources for emergency management.
* Plan for military resources in emergency management.
* Identify differences, including legal authority and status, between the following military resources: active duty military, military reserves, and National Guard.
* Describe available and special capabilities provided by military resources.
* Explain the levels of military response available to civilian emergency management authorities.
* Describe the integration of military resources in accordance with the National Response Framework (NRF) and the National Incident Management System (NIMS).
Primary Audience: This course is intended for a civilian audience desiring an awareness level of knowledge about the use of military resources in emergency management.
As a bonus, this compilation includes Terrorism and Other Public Health Emergencies, A Reference Guide: a comprehensive book covering all aspects of terrorism and the threats posed by biological, chemical, and radiation agents. Planning For The Unthinkable: Preparation And Response In Public Health * Biological Agents * Chemical Agents * Radiation Emergencies * Terrorism And The Food Supply * Environmental Safety And Testing * The Role Of The Federal Government * Self-Care For Media * Range Of Public Reactions * Risk Communications During A Terrorist Attack Or Other Public Health Emergency * History Of Biological, Chemical, And Radiation Emergencies * Acronyms * Selected Web Sites * Epidemiology Glossary * Descriptions of Selected Sections of Acts Related to Public Health Emergencies * Family Disaster Planning—Five Steps to Safety * Disaster Supplies Kit * Personal Workplace Disaster Supplies Kit * Self-Monitoring Checklist * Reducing Stress and Renewing Energy * Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Violence and Disasters.
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