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Start Date: 24 Dec , 2023
End Date  : 28 Dec , 2023
Duration   : 5 Days

Price          : $ 4,750 ( SAR 17,810 )



The sheer range of potential incidents and emergencies that can disrupt or even stop production are increasing. If managed correctly then not all of these incidents will become critical or be classed as a crisis, but those that result in increased losses or put increased demand upon the organisation will have serious consequences for the company, the shareholders and stakeholders or the country itself badly damaging the reputation of all those involved in the response. This course will teach you that meeting this commitment involves more than just being fully prepared. 


Course Objectives: 

  • Identify the hazards including major hazards, related hazards, natural hazards and its definition, technological hazards and dangers of natural hazards 

  • Understand roles of the employer and local, state and federal agencies in emergency and disaster response 

  • Apply the four phases of emergency management 

  • Learn the guiding principles of a successful, comprehensive emergency management program 

  • Recognize terrorism and understand the incident command system utilized during an emergency response 


Course Content: 

  • Analyzing the Risks 

  • The Major Hazards 

  • Related Hazards 

  • Hazard Evaluation 

  • Risk Factors 

  • Natural Hazards - Definitions 

  • Signs and Warnings 

  • Dangers of Natural Hazards 

  • Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, Recovery for Natural Hazards 

  • Technological Hazards - Definitions 

  • Dangers of Natural Hazards 

  • Preparing Your Personal Disaster Plan 

  • Emergency Action Plans 

  • Responsibility for Emergency Management 

  • Emergency Program Management 

  • Comprehensive Emergency Management 

  • Phases of Emergency Management 

  • The Emergency Program Manager 

  • Civil Defense and Emergency Management 

  • Legal and Moral Responsibilities 

  • Coordination with Other Agencies 

  • Emergency Management and Your Community 

  • Intergovernmental Relations 

  • Government Assistance 

  • Tasks of the Emergency Program Manager 

  • Hazard Identification and Planning 

  • Maintain the Emergency Partnership 


Targeted Audience: 

This course is intended for either senior managers or new employees who may, in the course of their normal duties, be called upon to take up a position in their company’s emergency response organization. Alternatively, the course would suit anyone within the company who wishes to understand the principles of emergency response as it applies to industry. 

Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP)

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