In Part II of the emergency plan, students will be required to provide an overview of the actions or steps that must be considered when planning for each of the eight areas identified in Part I. The eight areas identified in Unit 1 are four areas where reactionary planning is necessary and four areas where resiliency planning is appropriate
For each area, this will include (but will not be limited to): (1) identifying the impacted segment(s) of the Metropolis, FL population, business community, government agency, or other relevant entities; (2) explaining why the identified segment(s) are the focus of this area of the plan; and (3) providing a high-level overview of the proposed actions for each area.
Note: The full description of plan steps for each area will be part of the final emergency plan submitted in Unit VIII.
Students must use references to other existing plans, information provided by the Department of Homeland Security or other relevant agencies, or any other reputable information available to support why the identified segment(s) are impacted in each of the eight selected parts of the plan. Students must also explain why the proposed actions are appropriate.
Part II of the emergency plan should be formatted in APA style and at least 5 pages in length, not counting the cover and reference pages. Please review the general guidelines for papers to obtain a description of other formatting requirements.
References to other existing plans:
Ende, N. (2017). An Emergency Plan That Could Save Thousands: Based on Experiences of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Medical Planning FDA Scam and Soft Targets. Dorrance Publishing.
Jerolleman, A., & Kiefer, J. J. (2015). The Private Sector’s Role in Disasters: Leveraging the Private Sector in Emergency Management. CRC Press.
O’Berry, A. D. (2015). Transportation engineering assimilated livability planning using micro-simulation models for Southeast Florida. Florida Atlantic University.
Yengoh, G. T., Fogwe, Z. N., & Armah, F. A. (2017). Floods in the Douala metropolis, Cameroon: attribution to changes in rainfall characteristics or planning failures?. Journal of environmental planning and management, 60(2), 204-230.