Tabletop Exercise (TTX): 'Outbreak 2007' - Pandemic Influenza Leadership Tabletop Exercise: March 28, 2007: After Action Report (AAR) [Berkeley, California]   [open pdf - 550KB]

From the Executive Summary: "Campus emergency preparedness involves a cycle of outreach, planning, capability development, training, exercising, evaluation, and improvement. Successful exercises lead to an on-going program of process improvements. This report is intended to assist the University of California, Berkeley (UCB) leadership, Emergency Management, Department Operations Centers (DOC) and collaborating agencies in striving for preparedness excellence by analyzing exercise results and: 1.) Identifying strengths upon which to maintain and build; 2.) Identifying potential areas for further improvement; and, 3.) Recommending exercise follow-up actions[.] The suggested actions in this report should be viewed as recommendations only. In some cases, the University may determine that the benefits of implementation are insufficient to outweigh the costs. In other cases, the University may identify alternative solutions that are more effective or efficient. The University leadership should review the recommendations and determine the most appropriate action and the resources needed (i.e., time, staff, and funding) for implementation."

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