Every company with reportable hazardous materials is required to have an emergency plan validated by exercise. This comprehensive handbook provides instructions and guidance on how to design, develop, implement and evaluate emergency response drills and/or exercises. Emergency Exercise Handbook presents various types of drills and exercises, which type of drill or exercise best meets which requirements, the purpose of developing sound objectives, and the steps needed to coordinate between various departments and organizations to effectively implement the drill/exercise. The reader will learn to: Access current crisis and emergency management capability Create a muliti-year exercise program to accomplish specific objectives Design develop, and conduct effective exercise activities Enhance exercise conduct skills - control, evaluation, and simulation Become familiar with exercise evaluation methodologies, tools, and techniques Track exercise results and sustain improvements. Tracy Knippenburg Gillis is an international expert in crisis response and management. She is Vice President of training and exercises for the Corporate Response Group, a consulting company specializing in designing, implementing, and evaluating emergency response plans for corporations. Tracy Gillis holds an M.B.A. from George Washington University.
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Book Description Pennwell Books, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110878144587