EOP Structure

Draft an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) for a city of your choice as if preparing for a hurricane Katrina-type disaster. This EOP should:

  • Identify all eight of the topics needed for a complete EOP.
  • Illustrate how all eight of the topics needed for a complete EOP fits into the formats outlined in course readings.
  • Determine if the template is tailored to the city jurisdiction’s geographic, political, and social environment.
  • Address the following concerns:
  1. The resulting plan represents the jurisdiction’s unique hazard and threat situation by ensuring that the underlying facts and assumptions that drove the template to match those applicable to the jurisdiction.
  2. The hazard and risk assessments match the jurisdiction’s demographics, infrastructure inventory, probability of hazard occurrence, etc.
  3. The template identifies the resources needed to address the problems generated by an emergency or disaster only in a general way.
  4. Using the template may stifle creativity and flexibility, thereby constraining the development of strategies and tactics needed to solve disaster problems.
  • Determine the benefits of both teamwork and using a template.
  • Evaluate the eight topics as they relate to the disaster, regarding the strengths and weaknesses of the implementation of the jurisdictions EOP.
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Date Due: 
Friday, June 12, 2020

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EOP Structure

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