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    It is this information that will be used to verify my identity, if I should ever need to reset my password. Signing up for the CCBC password reset portal provides the user with the ability to reset their own password without having to wait for the helpdesk. It provides the user with the ability to unlock the computer if they become locked out of it. It provides the user with the ability to update any changes in contact details 7. Rave is an emergency alert system that notifies you of any issues concerning the CCBC campus. For example, today, I received an email and text message alerting me that there was a gas line leak at the LRC (Learning Resources Center) building. Therefore, the library is closed, today, and all afternoon classes in the LRC building have been cancelled. Access to “Rave” is found to the left hand side of the screen in the navigation window pane. Click on the button titled “Emergency Alerts.” You can register additional emails to have emergency messages sent. Likewise, you can register your phone to receive emergency…

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    The public sector has many responsibilities when it comes emergency management. In an effort to understand how law enforcement, fire department, and other public safety officials can strengthen emergency management, each phase must be discussed. Mitigation is defined as the effort to reduce loss of lives, property, and decrease the effect of a disaster. During this phase the public sector faces the challenges of mainly providing increased public safety. For instance, conducting a threat analysis…

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    Background University of Missouri hospital is a Level I trauma center located in Columbia, Missouri that treats some of the most complicated injuries and illnesses. University Hospital’s trauma team cares for more than 25,000 emergency room patients each year. In addition, University Hospital boasts 247 patient beds and has a seven-story critical care tower equipped with the latest medical technology. University Hospital also offers hundreds of different surgical procedures in their state of the…

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    Disasters aren’t easily handled whether it’s natural or manmade, due to their unpredictability and tendency to overwhelm those impacted. Disaster plans are an integral key to preparing and guide an organization through the phases of an emergency. University Medical Center New Orleans stands in the exact same area that sustained catastrophic damage from Hurricane Katrina almost twelve years ago. University Medical Center defines an emergency as any unplanned event that may cause deaths or…

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    Connecticut with heavy rains, strong winds, and severe storm surges. Millions of people lost power, roads flooded restricting transportation, and thousands sought temporary shelter as their homes and businesses were destroyed. Nearly 160 people lost their lives as a result of Hurricane Sandy with many of the impacted communities still attempting to rebuilding. The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy has shown that the needs of being better prepared for emergency situations. It did not help that the…

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    effective emergency management plan as an expensive and believe that the costs associated with training and planning outweigh the benefit of the end result (Petak, 1985; Condrey, 2010). However, proper emergency planning will enhance effective implementation during disaster response and recovery. This preplanned framework for the disaster response was spelled out in the National Incident Management System (NIMS), and the National Response Plan (NRP). The National Incident Management System…

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    FEMA and the Emergency Management Cycle On April 1, 1979, President Jimmy Carter signed the executive order that created the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), in order to coordinate the federal government’s role in preparing for, preventing, mitigating the effects of, responding to, and recovering from all domestic disasters (Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), n.d). However, due to the 2005 hurricanes, the response of FEMA has demonstrated that the federal government is not…

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    Planning for emergencies is no easy task. Because most large-scale emergencies happen infrequently, we must often look to the successes and failures of others to prepare our communities for various critical incidents. A major item to be considered when preparing or working through a critical incident is the inoperability of the various groups working during a disaster. Effective communication is paramount when moving resources and making decisions post-incident. If the situation is not…

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    Over the years, society progresses, thus, revolutionizing the way of life. Scientific advancement has transformed the quality of life, whereas people are living longer, with more opportunities than obtainable to previous generations. Our advancement in society that has granted a cutting-edge communication system that allows people to stay connected constantly and be able to obtain various sources of knowledge, at the click of a button. However, this advancement becomes an issue, when it is…

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    created to deal with problems cover what to do if a part of the system is attacked or compromised along with what to do in the event of a natural disaster. This does not mean everything is covered as some problems are deem unlikely or a minor enough event that it should not be a problem to deal with. One potential problem that can find itself label in such a way are power outages as this is a problem but not one likely to be viewed as overly serious as they do not happen often and when they do…

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