Course Title : Emergency Management Systems

Code 10X715
Course Year Master and Doctor Course
Term 2nd term
Class day & Period Mon 3rd
Location Faculty of Engineering Integrated Research Bldg. 213
Credits 2
Restriction No Restriction
Lecture Form(s) Lecture
Language Japanese
Instructor Haruo HAYASHI,Norio MAKI,Shingo SUZUKI,

Course Description

Damage from disasters is defined by two factors: scale of hazard and social vulnerability. Two strategies exist to reduce damage from disasters?namely, crisis management as a post-event countermeasure and risk management as a pre-event measure. This course introduces students to a system for effective emergency management, consisting of response, recovery, mitigation, and preparedness.


Every after lecture, please submit short report writing following things 1) Three points you could learn in this lecture, and reason 2) What you would like to explain more? Please send your short report to following address by following formats 1.address: 2.subject:「Emergency Management Report “date”“ID” “Name” 3.No attach file

Course Goals

Learning about Techniques for Business Continuity Management consisted of Risk Assessment, Strategic Planning, Emergency Response, and Training.

Course Topics

Theme Class number of times Description
Business Continuity Management 3 What is emergency response, and business continuity management.
Risk Assessment 3 Techniques for Risk Identification, and Risk Assessment
Strategic Planning 3 Techniques for Strategic Planning and Evaluation
Emergency Response 3 Incident Command System, and Design of Emergency Operation Center
Training 3 Learning, drill, Exercises for Emergency Response


Haruo Hayashi, Soshiki no Kikikannri Nyuumon, Maruzen, 2008// Kyodai, NTT Resilience Kennkyuu Group, Shinayakana Syakai no Souzou, Nikkei BP, 2009


Tom Demarco, Waltzing With Bears: Managing Risk on Software Projects, Dorset House, 2003// Project Management Institute:A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge 2000 Edition,Project Management Institute, Inc,2000// R. Max Wideman:Risk Management - A guide to Managing Project Risk & Opportunities - ,Project Management Institute, Inc,2000// Memorial Conference in Kobe, 12 sai karano hisaisya gaku, NHK Press, 2005//


Independent Study Outside of Class

Submit a short report about what they have learned in a lecture before next lecture.

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