Consequence Management

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Definitions

European Definitions

CIPS / ISEC

Consequence management is the coordination of measures taken in order to react to and to reduce the impact of the effects of a security related incident, in particular resulting from terrorist attacks in order to ensure a smooth coordination of crisis management and security actions. [1]

National Definitions

Canada

Consequence management: The coordination and implementation of measures and activities undertaken to alleviate the damage, loss, hardship and suffering caused by an emergency.

Gestion des conséquences: Coordination et mise en œuvre de mesures et d’activités entreprises pour atténuer les dommages, les pertes, les épreuves et les souffrances causés par une urgence. [2]

(States of) Jersey

Consequence Management: Measures taken to protect public health and safety, restore essential services, and provide emergency relief to governments, businesses, and individuals affected by the impacts of an emergency. [3]


United States

DHS/FEMA
Consequence management comprises those essential services and activities required to manage and mitigate problems resulting from disasters and catastrophes. Such services and activities may include transportation, communications, public works and engineering, fire fighting, information planning, mass care, resources support, health and medical services, urban search and rescue, hazardous materials, food, and energy. (from: DoD, MACA, 1997, p. 15) [4]]

Consequence management comprises those planning actions and preparations taken to identify, organize, equip, and train emergency response forces and to develop the executable plans implemented in response to an accident; and, the actions taken following an accident to mitigate and recover from the effects of an accident. (from: DoD, DoD Response to Radiological Accidents (DoD Directive 3150.8), 1996, p. 9) [5]

Consequence management is predominantly an emergency management function and includes measures to protect public health and safety, restore essential government services, and provide emergency relief to governments, businesses, and individuals affected by the onsequences of terrorism. (from: FBI, United States Government Interagency Domestic Terrorism Concept of Operations Plan, January 2001, p. 7) [6]

Consequence management comprise, relative to terrorism incident operations, measures to protect public health and safety, restore essential government services, and provide emergency relief to governments, businesses and individuals affected by the consequences of terrorism. (from: FEMA Disaster Dictionary 2001, 22; cites Federal Response Plan, “Terrorism Incident Annex.”) [7]

See also

Notes

  1. CIPS and Programme Prevention of and Fight against Crime (ISEC)
  2. Vocabulaire de la gestion des urgencies/Emergency Management Emergency Management Vocabulary 281 (2012)
  3. States of Jersey Emergency Measures Plan (2014)
  4. [https://training.fema.gov/hiedu/docs/terms%20and%20definitions/terms%20and%20definitions.pdf GUIDE TO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND RELATED TERMS, DEFINITIONS, CONCEPTS, ACRONYMS, ORGANIZATIONS, PROGRAMS, GUIDANCE, EXECUTIVE ORDERS & LEGISLATION 2007
  5. GUIDE TO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND RELATED TERMS, DEFINITIONS, CONCEPTS, ACRONYMS, ORGANIZATIONS, PROGRAMS, GUIDANCE, EXECUTIVE ORDERS & LEGISLATION 2007
  6. GUIDE TO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND RELATED TERMS, DEFINITIONS, CONCEPTS, ACRONYMS, ORGANIZATIONS, PROGRAMS, GUIDANCE, EXECUTIVE ORDERS & LEGISLATION 2007
  7. GUIDE TO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND RELATED TERMS, DEFINITIONS, CONCEPTS, ACRONYMS, ORGANIZATIONS, PROGRAMS, GUIDANCE, EXECUTIVE ORDERS & LEGISLATION 2007