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The Enhanced Threat and Risk Assessment Course will augment the process taught in the current Department of Homeland Security/Office of Grants and Training Threat and Risk Assessment course. It provides managers of emergency responders with enhanced skills to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the critical vulnerabilities in the jurisdiction and develop an action plan to prevent, reduce and/or mitigate the potential damage from a Chemical, Biological, Radiological/Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE)/terrorism incident. The participants will conduct a detailed assessment of potential methods of CBRNE delivery against the jurisdiction's potential targets. Participants will then apply a systematic process to assess selected infrastructure, facilities, systems, and special events for methods and measures to prevent, reduce and/or mitigate vulnerabilities.
•Risk management process overview
•Asset value assessment
•Threat identification and rating
•Conducting vulnerability assessments
•Vulnerability assessment field activity
Participants should work in one of the following disciplines/services:
•Public safety communication
•Emergency medical service
•Emergency response supervisors, managers, staff and community leaders from the following disciplines/functional areas are encouraged to attend this course. Jurisdictions are encouraged to invite private/public industry and volunteer organizations to participate in the training.
The class will take place at the Comfort Inn in Bismarck on December 12 & 13. The class will be start at 8;00 am each day and finish at 5;00pm. A block of rooms has been set aside under the title of MGT 315. Rooms will be available for reservations until November 24th. The phone number for the Comfort Inn is 701-223-1911.
The North Dakota Department of Emergency Services will reimburse all qualifed particpants for lodging and meals at the authorized state rates. If you have any questions on the course call Ken at 328-8106 or Bruce at 328-8264.
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