How the procedures are this article can be applied to natural hazards
A risk assessment is a technique to distinguish potential threats and examine what could happen if a risk happens. As police officers, we are mandated to ensure that the safety of the citizens is maintained and therefore learning on how to handle some of the risk situation is critical. At first, the major threat is developed by, insufficient human capital, and protection awareness building. The technique characterizes an insider as a representative or any other individual who has routine access to basic offices and frameworks. With regards to natural human hazards is that an insider will help enemies by either giving particular information about security, structures, and vulnerabilities or enable access to basic offices
The second issue is building adequate human capital for the plan, and operation of the complex basic framework. This incorporates the security assets that give the sheltered workplace and assurance for the secretly held basic framework. The security department has a huge responsibility of ensuring that the security assets are readily available and this includes the machinery and the police officers or rather the team that could rescue the situation. The development exposes the workforce to natural hazarder’s environments through responding to and recovering from any disaster that affects a large area of the country or effects large segments of the population such as a pandemic influenza or powerful hurricanes or intense storms (John Heinz, 50-65).
Lastly is the development and protection awareness from the terrorist threat in the infrastructure personnel. This personnel knows their sector’s elements and when things are out of place. To achieve this, the personnel involved must do intensive evaluation and research, such as spaying the terrorists who are under threat posed environments. In the security department and especially we the policemen we have strived to ensure that the terrorist threats are minimized and therefore reducing or removing all the avenues that the terrorists can use to intrude the peoples or that whole nations privacy becomes key.
How the procedures are the same and how they are different.
The most common factor in the procedures is the objective that they all have, which is securing any probable risk or threat of any kind. However, on the other hand, each of the procedures has deferent approaches towards elimination the terrorist attacks. For example, one call for improved infrastructure, increasing investigation and also, improving on technological platforms (Solomon, and Keith 40-69).
- John Heinz III Center for Science, and the Environment. The hidden costs of coastal hazards: Implications for risk assessment and mitigation. Island Press, 2000.
Solomon, Keith R., et al. “Ecological risk assessment of atrazine in North American surface waters.” Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 15.1 (1996): 31-76.