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MGT-361 - Managing Critical Incidents For Higher Learning Institutions - October 15-17, 2019

MGT-361 - Managing Critical Incidents For Higher Learning Institutions - October 15-17, 2019

Start date:
10/15/2019-8:00 AM
End date:
10/17/2019-5:00 PM
Address:
CSU Student Ctr. 2121 Euclid Ave. Cleveland OH

 

 

CSU's Office of Emergency Management along with the Texas A&M Engineering Service (TEEX) are sponsoring:

MANAGING CRITICAL INCIDENTS FOR

HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS:

A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY, COMMUNITY APPROACH

MGT-361

 


Is your campus and community prepared for an active shooter, natural disaster, or hazardous materials spill? What plans and training do you have in place to protect faculty, staff, and students when the unthinkable strikes? In this course you will formulate plans to prepare your campus for a wide array of threats and hazards and receive hands on training to reinforce your role in disaster response. The instructors will facilitate a discussion between campus leadership, faculty, staff, public safety/law enforcement, and the local community to prepare for a variety of threats and hazards. You will review and discuss real-world case studies from other institutions to learn the lessons of others and participate in multiple tabletop exercises to prepare you to prevent disasters, mitigate the effects, define your role, and begin the recovery. The course concludes with a role-play exercise in which participants will reason through a simulated incident.

Topics

Managing critical incidents at higher education institutions

Preparedness and prevention, response, and recovery—the importance of stakeholder relationships

Preparedness and prevention—all-hazards considerations for higher education institutions

Critical incident management considerations, crisis leadership, and decision making

The incident command system—roles and functions

Multi-agency coordination—relationships, roles, and responsibilities

Managing the expanding incident

Recovery issues for higher education institutions

Prerequisites

FEMA / SID Number Students must register and bring a copy of their SID number to class. Register online: cdp.dhs.gov/femasid

Recommendations

IS-100.b, Introduction to the ICS, ICS-100

IS-200.b, ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents, ICS-200

ICS-300, Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents

IS-700.a, NIMS, An Introduction

IS-800.b, National Response Framework (NRF), An Introduction

Please Note: MGT-361 – is geared for CSU Administration, Public Safety personnel, and community stakeholders.  Registrants will remain in pending status upon approval. 

 

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