Problems in emergency planning

@inproceedings{Dynes1983ProblemsIE,
  title={Problems in emergency planning},
  author={Russell R. Dynes},
  year={1983}
}
Emergency planning is directed at events of periodic rather than routine occurrence. The paper focuses on three major problems in emergency planning: 1.(i) Most planning is directed at specific agent-caused effects. This focus diverts attention away from more generalized principles of planning that cut through all types of emergencies. This focus also emphasizes agent uniqueness rather than the similarity of consequences which can be produced by quite diverse agents. A series of generalized… CONTINUE READING

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