Explain the processes of transitioning from emergency management planning into action. What are the key elements of ensuring a smooth transition? What are potential barriers between planning and action?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 7:27 am ad1c9bdddf
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Emergency Management Process
Explain the processes of transitioning from emergency management planning into action. What are the key elements of ensuring a smooth transition? What are potential barriers between planning and action?
The emergency management plan is a critical component of how well an affected organization, community, household, or any other society reacts in times of crisis. So, when a disaster or crisis event occurs, the process of transitioning the emergency management plan into action will only be successful if some key aspects to the program are put into place.
In order to have a management plan that is easily transitioned into action when needed, the organization that is putting the plan together must focus the plan on all the specific needs it sees as relevant in the event a true emergency is occurring. By identifying the scope and magnitude of many different disasters in the plan, the organization will have the ability to then begin the critical steps of putting into place support and resources to enact each portion of the plan once needed (ready.gov, 2012).
Some of the key elements of a smooth transition are:
Emergency Management Process - Organizational Adjustments
Assume your audience includes top administrators in a public sector emergency management organization or agency for that particular jurisdiction. In addition to a description and analysis of your selected issues, provide recommendations for appropriate organizational adjustments that you feel should be made to manage the issues effectively.
Choose three of the following issues:
Urbanization and Hazard Exposure
Interdependencies in Infrastructure
Continued Emphasis on Growth
Rising Costs of Disaster Recovery
Increasing Population Diversity
Low Priority of Emergency Management