>SimulationsRequirements:One submission that consists of the following – 1. One comprehensive Incident Action Plan (IAP) consisting of forms 201 and 202 (template attached). The IAP will encompass each of the 4 operational periods.2. Four “inject responses” for each of the actions you need to complete. Instructions: 1. Review the Simulation Grading Rubric2. Review Simulation Directions and Background3. Review Operational Periods 1 through 44. Review MSDS and Shipping Info documentsComplete a single IAP and four inject responses based upon the information you reviewed. The simulation is a notional exercise broken into four (4) defined time periods in which you will be evaluated on your use of all skills and knowledge that has been presented in this course. There are four (4) operating periods. Each operating period will begin with a debrief and require an action to be completed by you. Upon completing each action you may be asked to complete or answer situational tasks in order to define your knowledge and grasp of the concepts learned in the course. In each PowerPoint slide you will see a RED ARROW. Every time you see this you will need to act and complete an assignment. Additional actionable items will be titled “INJECT” and have a lightning bolt next to it. All course reference materials are available for you to use. The FEMA IS-201 course and sample IAPs in Unit 7 are especially important. You may even use materials not covered in the course as long as they are professional and/or academic resources (No Wikipedia!). Always ensure you document where you obtained your information from for any decision made. If its not verifiable it will not be considered correct!Simply click through the slides and watch the presentation. Read carefully – all of the information is there to complete your tasks!Your grade will be based on participation and use of the references and skills learned during the course – the more detailed you are…the better your grade!At a minimum your response will include:1. One comprehensive Incident Action Plan (IAP) consisting of forms 201 and 202 (template attached). The IAP will encompass each of the 4 incident periods.2. Four “inject responses” for each of the actions you need to complete.Make sure you view all the presentations in order to make an informed decision. You will find links to the necessary ICS documents and incident related information attached. Finally make sure to review the Simulation Rubric (attached) by which your project will be evaluated. For fields within Forms 201 and 202 that require personnel names incident number etc. you can add your own detail as this information is not contained within the scenario. Email the instructor immediately if you have simulation operation questions. EMH380_Final_Simulation_Directions_and_Background_Rev4-2019.pptx
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