Unit 15 Planning and Management of Major Incidents

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Unit 15 Planning and Management
of Major Incidents
 First we are going to recap what we looked at this
 So in the short term, who is effected by a Incident
and in what ways.
This lesson ..........
 In this lesson we are going to at the wider impacts of
a major incident and the long term effects of major
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 Class discussion: What about 9/11 and indirect
Long Term Impacts of a Major Incident
 Public Enquiries
 Debriefs of Incidents by Agencies.
 Attempts to prevent it happening again or reducing
 -Better Planning
 -Improved Technology
 -Better Funding
Public Enquiries
 This happens a great deal after a major incident. It is
a public investigation which tries to uncover what
happened in a MI.
 Often held in courts, a government body allows the
public can ask questions and look at issues and
attempt to make changes to help prevent what
happened from being repeated.
Public Enquiries
 Debate
Chair Person
Heads of the
The Public: Asking the questions
Debriefs by agencies
 After almost any event within a Public service whether it
was training or a real life event, those involved within a
Major Incident might come together and look at how well
they dealt with a incident.
Response time?
How many people they had, was it enough?
Did they have the right equipment?
Did everyone know how to deal with a incident?
Training may be required?
Communications work effectively?
Class Activity
 Split up into groups of four. I will give you a scenario
on the board and I want you to think in your groups
how you would deal with the incident.
Four gunmen have come into York College. They have
began shooting and are now on floor 1 near
classrooms 129, but unsure. Weapons and casualties
are unknown.
Come up with a plan and then debrief us after.
 In the scenario how would you have prevented this
incident from happening or reduced the chance of it
 Think of different factors, Planning, funding and
 The long term effects of a major incident can be trying to
prevent the event from happening again.
 -Better Planning: This involves trying to create better
plans in order to prepare everyone for a disaster. If
buildings fall down in a earthquake, build them firm and
flexible, in order to deal with earthquakes better.
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 Preventing a Terrorist Attack
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 Preventing a disease outbreak: Ebola
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 Trying to improve technology.
In many major incidents then improvements in
technology can help prevent a incident happening
again. Better buildings, better medical equipment,
better technology to capture terrorists.
Thames Barrier:
 Better Funding: To help prevent disasters,
governments and businesses need to invest a great
deal of money in order to stop events from
happening again.
 The floods in the UK in 2007, the government gave
£3.6 billion to councils around the UK to help
prevent floods from happening again.
Class Activity
 How could you help to prevent flooding in the UK
and reduce its effects on communities?
 Changes in Legislation