Sep 15, 2004
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Individual preparedness is an important element of our nation's strategy for homeland security. This report adopts a scenario-driven approach that provides a rigorous way to identify actions — linked specifically to terrorist attacks — individuals can take to protect their health and safety. The result is an individual's strategy across four types of terrorist attacks — chemical, radiological, nuclear, and biological — consisting of overarching goals and simple and directive response and preparatory actions. The actions are appropriate regardless of likelihood of an attack, scale of attack, or government alert level; designed to be sensitive to potential variations; and defined in terms of simple rules that should be easy for individuals to adopt.
All Prefatory Materials
Scenario Approach to Developing an Individual's Strategy
An Individual's Strategy
Catastrophic Terrorism Scenarios
Focus Group Methods and Results
A Review of the Risk-Perception and Risk Communication Literature