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Name

Class
Date
Professor
World United International Event
Hosted in Chicago, Illinois
1,000 International Delegates in Attendance
Half a Million to a Million Visitors
Identifying Risks
Analyzing the Risks
Mitigating Risks
Quantify Loss
Risk Management Plan



Natural Disasters
Tornadoes, Earthquakes or Fires
Domestic or International Terrorist Attacks

Develop Risk Rating
Dependent on Type of Disaster
Geographical Area
Greatest Probability Tornadoes or Fire

Loss of Life
Loss of Property
Massive Injuries
International Incident
Risk that Cannot be Avoided
Risk Weighed Against Consequences
Potential of Critical Incident

Taking Precautions
Recognizing Threats
Effective Planning
Limit Impact


Recognize Signs
Allocating Resources
Organized Response
Alerting First Responders

Governmental and Corporate Responsibility
Reducing Potential Harm
Reduce Risk in Critical Incidents
Creating Effective Risk Management Plan
Implementing Emergency Response
Risk Management for Critical incidents
Government Better Prepared
Response more Effective
Improved Emergency Response Plans


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