The Loveland Office of Emergency Management will host an Enhanced Threat and Risk Assessment Course (MGT-315) on March 31 - April 1, 2010, at the Loveland Police and Courts Building in Loveland, Colorado.
The course augments the process taught in the current Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Threat and Risk Assessment Course. Participants from all disciplines are guided through all phases of the DHS and FEMA risk management process, as applied to specific facilitites within the host jurisdiction. Threats and hazards to those sites are prioritized, and vulnerabilities at those locations identfied through an on-site inspection by participant teams. The consequences of terrorist threats, man-made and natural hazards to the sites are estimated, and options for mitigation that include equipment, training and exercises are defined.
Emergency response supervisors, managers, staff and commnity leaders are encouraged to attend.
For more info, contact Lt. Pat Mialy with Loveland Fire & Rescue at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out the website at https://teexweb.tamu.edu/olr/olrdisp.exe?WSYD_EVENT=JumpToRegister&CTCD=LS&A9CD=MGT315&A0NB=406