Additional 60 minutes per week of asynchronous instruction required. Students are required to attend on-site residency in Washington, DC Residency dates: April 27-May 2, 2020
Note: Students are required to attend on-site residency in Washington DC, USA from May 9-14 2022 Domestic Covid-19 protocols are active. Students will work to understand domestic policies for supporting international incidents, as well as how to manage and take action when there are unexpected challenges due to lack of redundancy and broken supply chains.
This module introduces the added dimension of a deliberate terrorist event, without notice, and explores the challenges associated with chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high-yield explosive hazards. Examine a coordinated, multi-jurisdictional, multi-discipline response. Understand the complexity of such attacks and how current and emerging technologies can support the response to such incidents.
-Compare and contrast deliberate acts of terrorism to other types of disasters with respect to public reaction, incident management, hazard characterization, triage, public health and first responders/first receivers.
-Understand the challenges to quantifying and communicating the risks for high consequence/low probability events and identify mechanisms to promote civic responsibility and overcome apathy.
-Recognize the role of technology and its limitations in making sound decisions.
Note: Students are required to attend on-site residency in Paris, France from March 7-12, 2022 International Covid-19 protocols are active. Students will explore the challenges and complexities associated with chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive hazards and how current and emerging technologies can support response efforts.