1. Archive Name: comp-simulation-software-FAQ Ver 3.0 October 1996 - Summary of software for computer simulations with an emphasis in discrete event modelling.

  2. FEMA STRATEGIC IT CONCEPT, Dr John Hwang, Associated Director, FEMA,


  4. PRACTCTIONER’S HANDBOOK FOR REAL-TIME ANALYSIS: GUIDE TO RATE MONOTONIC ANALYSIS FOR REAL-TIME SYSTEM, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegy Mellon University, Pittsburg, PA 15213-3890,

  5. Motivation for software risk management, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegy Mellon University, Pittsburg, PA 15213-3890,
  6. Emergency management in the 90’s, Clark Staten, EMT-P,I/C - Past Chairman, National Society of EMS Administrators, Asst. Dpty Chief Paramedic (Ret), Bureau of EMS Chicago Fire Department,

  7. Community right to know and emergency planning: using computers to conduct hazards analysis, J. C. Bare, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.

  8. Emergency Management and Decision Support System, C.M. Pietersen, Division of Technology for Society TNO - Department of Industrial Safety, Apeldoorn - April 20, 1988.

  9. Computer Networking and C3I Systems for Emergency Services,
    http://www.nps.mil/~budden/book/table_contents.html and subs.

  10. Guidelines for the Development and Application of Health, Safety and Environmental Management Systems, E&P Forum, Report n° 6.36/210, various authors.

  11. Safechem home page,

  12. STOA a documentation system for Disturbances Incidents Accidents,

  13. GEODATA home page,

  14. CPAI - Caroline Pratt and Associated, Inc. - Emergency preparedness and life safety services,

  15. EnviroWin home page catalog,

Emergency response

  1. Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams, home page,

  2. Nationwide LEPC survey: summary report,

  3. Public Health Emergency Management Plan

  4. A summary of Federal Emergency Preparedness in Canada

  5. Province of British Columbia, Provincial Emergency Program (PEP),

  6. Wireless Institute - Civil Emergency Network, Communications and Information are vital in emergencies,

  7. California Emergency Plan,

  8. OAKLAND Emergency Response System,

  9. Marion Country, Salem, Oregon, USA - Emergency Management,

  10. CAA 112(r) Risk Management Program Rule Preamble - EPA - 40CFR Part 68.

  11. U.S. Dep. Of Labour - Occupational Safety & Health Admin. - OSHA Computerised Information System OCIS - Salt Lake Tech. Center, Salt Lake City, Utah,

  12. OREGON - Department of State Police - Office of Emergency Management.

  13. FEMA - Federal Emergency Management Agency. Index of FEMA Web sites

Emergency management

  1. JRC Ispra, Workshop on emergency preparedness and response and on research in accident prevention, preparedness and response - Environment Directorate Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development, 1990

  2. Western Australia - Western Australian Hazardous Materials Emergency Management Scheme (provisional), January 1990

  3. Objectives for Local Emergency Management, Federal Emergency Management Agency, July 1984.

  4. Guiding Principles for Chemical Accident Prevention, Preparedness and Response, Environment Monograph n°51, OECD, 1992

Risk Management

  1. European Commission, Directorate General XIII, Telematics Applications Programme, Sector Environment Contract EN 1001 (EN). ARTEMIS Application Research & Testing for Emergency Management Intelligent System.

  2. G. Beroggi, W. Wallace - Real-Time Decision Support for Emergency Management: An Integration of Advanced Computer and Communication Technology, Basil Blackwell Ltd. - Oxford.1995

  3. I. Mitroff. The role of Computer and Decision Aids in Crisis Management: A developer’s Report. Basil Blackwell Ltd. - Oxford.1995

  4. J. Rasmussen, O. M. Pedersen, C. D. Groenberg. Risoe National Laboratory, 4000 Roskilde, Denmark. Commission of the European Communities - JRC Ispra - Evaluation of the Use of Advanced Information Technology (Expert System) for Data Base System Development and Emergency Management in Non-Nuclear Industries. Preprint April, 1987.

  5. D. J. McNaughton, G. G. Worely, P. M. Bodner - Evaluating Emergency Response Models for the Chemical Industry - Chemical Engineering Progress, January 1987

  6. K. Jurentkuff, j. Dudley et al. - ANR-ISP Project #6 Emergency management.

  7. OECD Environment Monograph n°43 - UNEP-IE/PAC Technical Report Series n°8. International Directory of Emergency Response Centres, November 1991

  8. A. M. G. Jarman - Guest Editorial Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, Volume 1 n°4, Basil Blackwell Ltd. - Oxford.1993

  9. R. Benoit, C. Gamelin, R. Hausler, J. Vincent. Training Concept for Environmental Emergency Measures: Structuring Knowledge. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management Agency Report Vol. 4 n° 3, September 1996, Blackwell Publisher Ltd. - Oxford.1996

  10. M. K. Lindell. Assessing emergency preparedness in support of hazardous facility risk analyses: Application to siting a US hazardous waste incinerator. Journal of Hazardous Materials, Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA. September 1994

  11. A. M. G. Jarman. Smart Spatial Information Systems: Extending Geographic Information System in the Space Age. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management. Vol. 1 n° 4, December 1993, Basil Blackwell Ltd. - Oxford.1993

  12. N. Korac-Boisvert. Trend report: Vulnerability Analysis of IT strategic Planning in Commonwealth Countries: Patterns for IT Transfer?. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, Vol. 1 n° 1, March 1993, Blackwell Publisher Ltd. - Oxford.1993

  13. J. K. Bradford et al. Trend report: Biological Hazard and Emergency Management. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, Vol. 2, n° 1 March 1994, Basil Blackwell Ltd. - Oxford.1994.

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