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If you’ve ever taken an Association for Emergency Management (AEM) certification exam, you’ve probably encountered the question, “Which of the following is a mission area? Protection Recovery. Response. Preparedness All of the above.” You would have answered correctly if you had selected option E: All of the above. Protection, recovery, response, and preparedness are all mission areas that can be employed in emergency management in an organization. This article covers what mission area means, the advantages of mission areas as well as how these areas should be defined during a crisis event in any company to prevent people from being…

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The deployment and activation of resources entail the incorporation of personnel as well as resources to achieve business objectives. Many organizations deploy resources in a variety of ways, such as by individual and team deployments based on job responsibilities. Specific resource management tasks are more likely to activate personnel and resources. The method of deploying and activating resources or personnel to carry out an objective is known as mobilization. Every organization must complete this process to make sure that every individual is working toward the same goal. This blog post will give an overview of the resource management task that…

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EOC is an acronym that represents Emergency Operations Center. Its use is practically unavoidable in major and minor incidents. EOCs aid in bringing together representatives from many organizations and information is exchanged quickly to address the problem.  Most times when the question “which EOC configuration aligns with the on-scene incident organization?” comes up, possible options you may likely see with it are (A) Incident Support Model. (B) Departmental Structure. (C) ICS or ICS-like Structure. (D) Strategic Joint Command Structure. The right answer to the question, of which EOC configuration aligns with the on-scene incident organization is ICS OR ICS-like structure.…

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