Once the main objectives of the exercise are decided, the exercise scenario can then be developed. A scenario provides at least two important services. First, it supplies a plausible starting point or setting for the exercise participants to examine particular challenges as well as responses to a crisis (e.g., hurricane, flooding, earthquake, explosion, cyberattack, workplace violence, contaminated products, etc.). The second service the scenario provides is that it is a vehicle for your exercise injects – the information that’s injected during the exercise to advance the plot of the scenario.

In this short video clip from the Crisis Coordinator Webinar Series, Rob Burton discusses step-2 of the five-step process, Exercise and Scenario Design.

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