PHILAU Week 10 Healthcare Training Effects On Emergency Management

Hi, I have 2 of my classmate posts. I need you to respond to each one separately. , one source at least for each one of them.

about
how good their posts or how bad.

need
to do is to choose one point of the post and explore it a little bit with one source support for each response. The paper should be APA style


the
question was:

Review Ennis’s EMP model. How would you improve it? Is there any crossover with other hospital department responsibilities?

Provide a table of contents for your hypothetical emergency management plan

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Week 10 – Readings

Attached Files:

Reilly, M., &Markenson, D. S. (2010). Health Care Emergency Management: Principles and Practice

  • Chapter 5: Developing the Hospital Emergency Management Plan

Ennis, S

.
(2001). Model Emergency Management Program Hospitals and Community Emergency Response -What You Need to Know Emergency Response Safety Series, U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health

Administration OSHA
3152 (1997)

this is the first post from my

calssmate
Amal NEED TO RESSPONSE

:

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (PSHA) developed the OSHA 3152 to help in hospital emergency management. The

preplanning
phase includes factors such as elements of

hospital emergency response plan
, training of employees, performance of emergency drills, documenting the training, defining roles of personnel, responding to emergencies, selection of PPE and respirators, as well as decontaminating patients. Notably, the hospital emergency response plan is focused towards hospitals that are highly open to hazardous substance incidence. A cross over with other hospital departments is important and identified in the OSHA plan. Without such arrangements, coordinating between different operations such as outbreaks and

response
would be hard.

Hypothetical emergency management plan

Unlike the OSHA plan, I would develop an emergency plan based on the key components as opposed to the order of operations. Below is my hypothetical emergency management plan

Introduction

Mitigation

Preparedness

Response

Command and control

Communication

Safety and security

Triage

Surge capacity

Continuity of essential services

Human resources

Logistics and supply management

Post-disaster recovery

References

Ennis, S

.
(2001). Model Emergency Management Program Hospitals and Community Emergency Response -What You Need to Know Emergency Response Safety Series, U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health

Administration OSHA
3152 (1997)

http://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA3152/osha3152…

This is the second post

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to
response

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Review Ennis’s EMP model. How would you improve it? Is there any crossover with other hospital department responsibilities?

Provide a table of contents for your hypothetical emergency management plan.

Some of the strengths of Ennis’s EMP model are that it names the importance of preparation of staff, including having staff train and practice the ICS model prior to its implementation in the care of a real chemical exposure. I think that they need more planning around ways that they could set up outside decontamination. While I am sure it’s true that a morgue could serve as a good place to decontaminate due to the ways that it is cut off from the rest of the hospital, I think that it could cause unnecessary stress and panic to have the be the decontamination site given the psychological implications.

There is a large amount of crossover with hospital department responsibilities, such as providing PPE and shared need to be prepared for biochemical contamination.

Proposed Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Scope of the Plan

Mitigation

  • Hazard Identification
  • Vulnerabilities

Preparedness

  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Equipment Location
  • Procedures for Preparation/Drills

Response

  • Incident Command System/ Chart of Command
  • Internal Communications Plan
  • Community Communications
  • Action Plans for each specified threat (Active shooter, chemical exposure, mental health crisis, environment crisis)

Recovery

-Infrastructural Recovery Plan

– Mental Health Recovery Plan

  • Restoring Services

Appendices with details of each action plan

Ennis, S

.
(2001). Model Emergency Management Program Hospitals and Community Emergency Response -What You Need to Know Emergency Response Safety Series, U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health

Administration OSHA
3152 (1997)

 

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