This course builds off Emergency Preparedness 1 and uses the same risk analysis and threat prioritization approach to building a portable emergency kit. The roles of “Get Home Bags”, “Bug Out Bags”, and “Indefinite Evacuation Bags” are covered, as well as suggested contents and a methodology for creating a tiered emergency kit system.
This course is NOT an “instructor’s bag show-and-tell” and does not specifically focus on specific make/models of gear. Rather, it is an instruction set to create a bag-creation methodology, covering gear, gear categories, redundancies, and cost saving measures to ensure YOUR bags meet YOUR plans.
- This class is 2 hours long.
- This class instructs risk analysis and risk management approaches to emergency preparedness.
- Class format is classroom/lecture. It is not physically demanding.
- Trainees should bring note taking supplies. A laptop computer with spreadsheet program is HIGHLY recommended.
- There will be a short break at the 1/2 mark.
- There will be time after the class for questions
- See course offerings section for specific dates/times of class offerings.
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- Purchasing this item is registration.
- Please contact Don Alley (734) 646-3584 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.