Scenario Mission Task Analysis Report – Scenario and Mission Objectives Research Report

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Authors
  1. Coates, C.
  2. Kobierski, R.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Centre for Security Science, Ottawa ONT (CAN);Esterline-CMC Electronic, Ottawa, ON (CAN)
Abstract
The Centre for Security Science (CSS) of Defence Research & Development Canada (DRDC) has a collaborative project with Emergency Management British Columbia (EMBC) Integrated Public Safety (IPS) to demonstrate the value of a science and technology (S&T) structured approach for improving emergency management capabilities. The objective of this EMBC-DRDC collaborative project is to evaluate options at the municipal and regional levels as applied to their risk assessment and Critical Infrastructure (CI) programs. Specifically, this work looks at the identification of the overarching shared objective of risk treatment for a scenario (i.e., the collective "mission"; and decomposition of that mission into key tasks that are sufficiently specific that a given task could be undertaken by individual stakeholders with minimal direction.

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Keywords
Emergency Management;Scenarios;Framework;Community;Risk;Plan;British Columbia;Nanaimo;Parksville;Mission to Task Analysis;Objectives;Earthquake;Hazmat;Propane spill;Interface Fire
Report Number
DRDC-CSS-CR-2013-008 — Contractor Report
Date of publication
18 Jul 2013
Number of Pages
104
DSTKIM No
CA037837
CANDIS No
537652
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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