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Scenario: Fire
To come out with a Incident Response Plan for a high-rise prominent Hotel that mitigates a fire incident. Whether the fire is minor or major, the plan must be carried out. Should the plan manage to contain the situation, then there is no need to proceed to disaster recovery.

The entire plan should have the following parts (All description can be in bulets-format):

(1) Incident planning - Predefine a fire incident, what is expected to happened? (*Note: this fire is a planned incident, not yet happened)

(2) Incident detection - How to detect the fire? Who detected it? What are the indicators

(3) Incident reaction - Provide detailed steps to react to the fire incident. What are the tasks, who to notify?

(4) Incident recovery - Assuming the fire is not classified as a disaster and can be contained, provide steps to attempt recovery, how to prevent same thing from happening?

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The entire plan should have the following parts (All description can be in bullet-format):

(1) Incident planning - Predefine a fire incident, what is expected to happened? (*Note: this fire is a planned incident, not yet happened)
An unexpected fire in the hotel building having potential of spreading throughout the building causing loss of life and property; A fire incident could have been caused by careless smoking, unsafe cooking practices, overheated power outlets, arson, inflammable materials in the garbage chute, or defective lighter.

(2) Incident detection - How to detect the fire? Who detected it? What are the indicators
The fire is detected through alarms. There are smoke alarms fixed in every room, corridor and elevator in the hotel. Further, is detected because of the flames and smoke that emerge from the fire. For instance, if a guest sees her wardrobe burning she has detected a fire and should call the reception, any employee of the hotel, or the emergency number to inform of the fire.
The second method that alerts everyone of the fire is the ...

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