Name 3 government agencies involved with HSEM at the state level.

Name 3 government agencies involved with HSEM at the state level..

1: Name 3 government agencies involved with HSEM at the state level.

2: Name 3 government agencies involved with HSEM at the local level.

3: Name 3 government agencies involved with HSEM at the federal level.

4: __________________________________ describes the comprehensive approach to all manmade/natural threats, based on progressive process of risk assessment/vulnerability awareness. 

5: Mitigation is the effort to reduce loss of _____________ and _______________________ by lessening the impact of disasters. 

6: What 4 countries are currently listed as State Sponsors of Terrorism? 

7: What are the three types of borders? 

8: Name the two most significant disasters in the history of HSEM (Both occurred during the George W. Bush administration): ________________ & _____________________ 

9: What are the 4 C’s? 

10: What are the last two hurricanes to force SSU students to evacuate? 

Section II: 30 Points

1: Explain the 4 phases of EM: list, describe, give an example of each, and tell when each occurs 

2: Emergency response is a product of preparedness. Explain. Give an example of failure to prepare. Give an example of successful preparedness. 

3: Explain the significance of the Posse Comitatus Act. Discuss specifically how the military can be used during response of a hurricane. 

Section III: 40 Points

Write a 5-7 paragraph essay explaining the importance of the 4 C’s (coordination, collaboration, cooperation, and communication)  in preparing, responding, and recovering in the event of a disaster. Discuss specific partnerships that will be formed. Use vocabulary and examples.

* Please use attachment for outline and original questions format. Fill in the answers on attached document. 

Name 3 government agencies involved with HSEM at the state level.

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