SMGT 4330 Lecture Notes EmergencyAction Alcohol Plan Spring 2011

SMGT 4330 Lecture Notes EmergencyAction Alcohol Plan Spring 2011

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6/5/11 LECTURE FROM 4-28-11 EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN ALCOHOL
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6/5/11 Emergency Action
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6/5/11 Emergency Action Plan Inclusions: 1. Prevention 2. Detection 3. Notification and Ongoing Communications 4. Evacuation 5. Control and Mitigation 6. Documentation 7. Recovery
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6/5/11 EAP 8 ITEMS/INICATORS – REVIEWED IN DETAIL FRIED says these are critical!
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6/5/11 Group exercise-key Concept Indicator Indicator Prevention Screening fans Having a plan Detection Prevent small incident from becoming large Notification and Ongoing Communication For officials & key constituents Evacuation Strategy for relocating patrons Careful not to exacerbate existing problem Control and Mitigation Identify/eliminate cause of problem Documentation Record efforts before, during & after Critical for litigation Recovery Focus on return to normalcy Contact insurance Public Relation Control information Designate a spokesperson
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6/5/11 Emergency Action Plan Remember the E.A.P. Includes: 1. Prevention 2. Detection 3. Notification and Ongoing Communications 4. Evacuation 5. Control and Mitigation 6. Documentation Recovery
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Emergency Action Plan Any emergency action plan should focus on- Prevention - what actions can prevent the risk examining risk management concerns? screening fans? Detection- early detection can prevent a small incident from becoming a major one Uncontrolled  crowd Fire! EX. Working fire alarms
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6/5/11 T or F Women die, or are injured in fires almost twice as often as men?
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6/5/11 False, the opposite is true.
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6/5/11 Emergency Action Plan Any emergency action plan should focus on- Notification and Ongoing Communication- notify officials and key constituents Evacuation- Develop strategies for possible evacuation or relocation of patrons
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6/5/11 T or F Careless smoking is the leading cause of fire deaths?
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6/5/11 True
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6/5/11 Emergency Action Plan
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course SMGT 4330 taught by Professor Burden during the Spring '11 term at Georgia Southern University .

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SMGT 4330 Lecture Notes EmergencyAction Alcohol Plan Spring 2011

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