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Federal Basic Emergency Management (C400)

Description

Type: Online
Duration: 03:00 hours
Status: Active

To save lives, safeguard the work environment and protect property and the economy, federal organizations must fully understand their roles and responsibilities in emergency management. This online self-paced course introduces the four basic components of emergency management common to all federal departments and agencies: prevention and mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery. Participants will discover how successful emergency management activities are a shared responsibility between all levels of government, the private sector and international organizations.

Topics include:

  • defining roles and responsibilities
  • coordinating response efforts
  • conducting emergency management activities
  • identifying the federal emergency management legislation, policies and frameworks

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Security

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More about this course
  • Topics: Security
  • Community: Functional specialists
  • Audience: Security specialists
  • Business line: GC and Public Sector Skills
  • Provider: Canada School of Public Service

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DateTitleTypeLocationLanguage
Self-pacedFederal Basic Emergency Management (C400)OnlineOnlineEnglish

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