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MGT310 – Threat & Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment
October 3, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
This course introduces the six-step THIRA/SPR process which includes identifying threats and hazards that stress a community’s capabilities, giving context to those threats and hazards and identifying associated impacts consistent with specific factors, identifying community-specific capability targets, assessing current levels of capability in comparison to those targets, identifying capability gaps and subsequent strategies to close those gaps.
The course will assist local emergency responders and stakeholders in generating actionable preparedness data that communities can use to support a variety of emergency management efforts, including planning, training, exercises, and incident response and recovery. THIRA/SPR-informed planning is consistent with and expands on nationally accepted emergency management standards as the basis for planning across the mission areas of prevention, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery.
- THIRA/SPR Overview
- Identify Threats and Hazards of Concern
- Give Threats and Hazards Context
- Establish Capability Targets
- Assess Capabilities
- Identify and Address Capability Gaps
- Describe Impacts of Funding Sources
FEMA Student ID Number (SID) – Students must provide a SID number to access the class. (To create or recover your SID, go to: https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID )
- MGT-315 Critical Asset Risk Management
- AWR-213 Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Awareness
- MGT-414 Advanced Critical Infrastructure Protection
Course Length: Two Days (16 hours).
IACET – 1.6 CEUs
ACE – 1 Hour College Credit (Upper Division)
Class Size: 24-40 participants
- Law Enforcement
- Fire Service
- Public Safety Communications
- Hazardous Material Personnel
- Emergency Medical Services
- Emergency Management Agency
- Healthcare, Public Health
- Public Works
- Public Elected Officials
- Governmental Administrative
- Private Sector and Non-Governmental Organizations
All participants are welcome. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact Eric O’Brien at Eric.Obrien@kingcounty.gov (Requests should be made as soon as possible, but preferably at least 14 calendar days prior to the class.)