Urban Area Recovery Planning with Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Hazards: Lessons Learned from Seattle and Denver
Final rept. 1 Feb 2010-30 Oct 2012
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NATIONAL LAB SEATTLE WA
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The purpose of this document is to assist urban areas in the development of a recovery plan for their region following a major, catastrophic CBR incident. There are several elements to this document including instructions, plan outline and example, suggested process, FAQs, and resources. The plan walks through a generic outline of an all-hazards framework that includes various sub-chapters. The outline can serve as a template and includes such items as assumptions, background, multiagency coordination, Stages of Recovery, Recovery Support Functions and the CBR Annexes. The process section discusses key activities. The FAQ section addresses such questions as Why should our region care about having a regional recovery plan Who will write it What is the goal of the regional recovery plan How will it be sustained Finally, the Resources section identifies resources that can be used by local jurisdictions.
- Administration and Management
- Civil Defense
- Chemical, Biological and Radiological Warfare