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1.Do you think "all-hazards" emergency management is better than "single-hazard" emergency management?
2.If you were advising the President of the United States (POTUS), what recommendations would you make to POTUS to improve emergency response?
3.If you were advising the President of the United States (POTUS), what recommendations would you make to POTUS to better integrate the different intelligence, homeland security, and emergency response agencies improve effectiveness?
4..As you contemplate how to restructure DHS, are there any lessons learned from the creation of FEMA that can provide guidance on how to restructure DHS?
Length: 1 pages (275 Words)
I think that an all-hazards emergency management is better compared to single-hazard emergency management. Worth noting is that this type of approach to disaster management integrates advantage of the common capacities required to treat any type of emergency or disaster including terrorism. As such, it encourages consistent plus effective response to any emergency regardless of its cause (Federal Emergency Management Agency, 2001). An all-hazard emergency management approach comprises of regions of specialized planning that function without taking into account or recognizing the cross-cutting nature of an emergency. More so, it emerges advantageous in that emergencies or disasters are characterized by unpreparedness. All in all, emergencies necessitate quick response from relevant bodies and an all-hazard emergency management approach potentially has the required resources to address different types of emergencies.