Dec, 2011
Whole Community Approach to Emergency Management: Principles, Themes, and Pathways for Action
United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency
"This document presents a foundation for increasing individual preparedness and engaging with members of the community as vital partners in enhancing the resiliency and security of our Nation through a Whole Community approach. It is intended to promote greater understanding of the approach and to provide a strategic framework to guide all members of the emergency management community as they determine how to integrate Whole Community concepts into their daily practices. This document is not intended to be all-encompassing or focused on any specific phase of emergency management or level of government, nor does it offer specific, prescriptive actions that require communities or emergency managers to adopt certain protocols. Rather, it provides an overview of core principles, key themes, and pathways for action that have been synthesized from a year-long national dialogue around practices already used in the field. While this is not a guide or a 'how-to' document, it provides a starting point for those learning about the approach or looking for ways to expand existing practices and to begin more operational-based discussions on further implementation of Whole Community principles."
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  • Publisher
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency
  • Report Number
    FDOC 104-008-1
  • Date
    Dec, 2011
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency: www.fema.gov/
  • Format
    pdf
  • Media Type
    application/pdf
  • Subject
    Emergency management
  • Resource Groups
    LLIS Collection
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