consequence management


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consequence management

Those measures taken to protect public health and safety, restore essential government services, and provide emergency relief to governments, businesses, and individuals affected by the consequences of a chemical, biological, nuclear, and/or high-yield explosive situation. For domestic consequence management, the primary authority rests with the States to respond and the Federal Government to provide assistance as required. Also called CM. See also nuclear, biological, and chemical defense.
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Although it will still take the 28 member states approximately 18 months to ratify the accession accord, the exercise served as a reinforcing message to the small Balkan nation and successfully strengthened Montenegro's ability to receive international assistance, effectively organize for emergency response activities, and coordinate consequence management operations involving international response teams.
He also suggested "pro-active management and collaboration of [all] stakeholders to avoid consequence management.
The National Security Council split consequence management out of the Joint Staff counterproliferation strategy to be a standalone "pillar" of its new combating WMD strategy.
DOD has its own CBRNE consequence management plans but has not integrated them with other federal plans because those federal entities have not completed all elements of the Integrated Planning System mandated by Presidential directive in December 2007.
Experts in their specialty areas, staff members anticipate, plan and integrate NORTHCOM chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) consequence management operations.
Nato officials later said the agreement could lead to increased co-operation in areas such as consequence management, civil emergency planning, arms control, training initiatives and exchanges of military personnel.
We've established a very comfortable working relationship within the region, and we've been able to build trust and confidence with the various agencies involved in consequence management.
1) By 1700 the Secretary of Defense (SECDEF) has declared your base as the BSI for the chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive (CBRNE) Consequence Management Response Force (CCMRF).
3) The PCA restrictions raise the question as to whether the PCA has a significant negative impact on the JTF-CS consequence management mission.
The revised and expanded document adds consequence management and treats all five areas as pillars supporting an overall strategy, thus bringing AFDD 2-1.
as directed by the president or secretary of defense, provide defense support of civil authorities including consequence management operations.
In a statement the US Navy said: "The exercise will test the capabilities of all participants to effectively manage the integration of critical command and control, security, and consequence management resources".