Overview:  As you learned in the CPG 201 document, Step 1 of the THIRA process involves the identification, definition, and prioritization of risks and

Overview: 

As you learned in the CPG 201 document, Step 1 of the THIRA process involves the identification, definition, and prioritization of risks and hazards. We will be using the Graniteville, SC train derailment/chlorine release as the scenario to complete Step 1. Using the key facts presented in the scenario, a list of 10 risks was developed based on core capabilities, mission areas, and community lifelines analyzed to identify and prioritize each risk item. Risk item definitions, priorities, and core capabilities are provided in the worksheet; students must complete Step 1 of the THIRA process by entering the correct community lifeline associated with each risk.

 Instructions:

 • Identify the community lifeline that best characterizes each risk item identified in the worksheet. Use the Community Lifelines Presentation in reading and resources to complete Step 1 of the THIRA.

 o There may be more than one correct community lifeline per risk item.

 o Extra credit opportunity: You may receive up to 10 points of extra credit for providing two correct additional community lifelines for any two risk items. 

Requirements: 

• Complete the worksheet by entering the correct community lifeline associated with each risk. 

• Use the worksheet to enter all answers. Download the worksheet using MS Word and enter the correct community lifeline associated with each risk item.

See the attached document for complete worksheet, instructions and scenario

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