weaknesses opportunities and threats SWOT analysis this is a tool for

Weaknesses opportunities and threats swot analysis

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weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) analysis; this is a tool for evaluating organizational performance and programs. The SWOT analysis does just as it says; it measures all these areas against external and internal forces, showing areas needing improvement. Human Performance Technology (HPT) model helps to evaluate NIMS effectiveness and determine interventions to close performance gaps. It shows the difference between desired performance and actual performance. High-Reliability Organization (HRO) is an entity that encounters numerous unexpected events in a faced paced and unpredictable environment that still can address safety and effectiveness in these surprise events. All these evaluation tools are used in measuring, evaluating, and improving quality. Implementing quality management and evaluation programs is a critical factor for continued success for any response team. Conclusion Health and safety for emergency responders is a crucial topic for an agency, and programs should be implemented for their employees to use. The toll taken on a person’s physical and mental wellbeing is very significant within the emergency career and if ignored, can end in injuries to others, the end of their job or possibly their life. It can affect their ability to make sound decisions that could lead to further problems like hurting others if they are not physically capable of doing their duties or possibly the life of the person they are supposed to be helping if they cannot think clearly. Ultimately, the care and attention an agency gives to this subject can be the difference between a healthy and happy workforce or legal issues for the agency because someone was hurt unnecessarily. The evaluation tools provided by NIMS can only serve to improve an agency’s performance in all events because they will show where an agency needs improvement or change. It will help an agency determine if a program is worth
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SUMMARY OF INCIDENT ACTION PLAN PHASE FOUR 8 keeping and improving or is no longer needed. It will help to improve performance, thereby giving them more reliability, accountability, and trustworthiness within the community, which are goals that any agency should be striving for if they are looking for their agency to be successful.
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SUMMARY OF INCIDENT ACTION PLAN PHASE FOUR 9 References Backberg, H. (2019, March 4). Stress: The silent killer of the EMS career [Leadership/Management]. EMSWORLD . Retrieved from Federal Emergency Management Agency. (2012). FEMA incident action planning guide. In FEMA incident action planning guide . Retrieved from https//onlinecolumbiasouthernedu/bbcswebdav/institution/CSEG_Content/Courses/CSES /MSE/MSE5201/14E/Student/SupplementalContent/Presentations/Incident_action_planni ng_guide_1_26_2012pdf Smeby, L. C. (2014). Fire and emergency services administration (2nd ed.). Burlington MA: Jones Bartlett Learning. Walsh, D. W., Christen, H. T., Callsen, C. E., Miller, G. T., Maniscalco, P. M., Lord, G. C., & Dolan, N. J. (2012). National incident management system: principles and practice (2nd ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.
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