Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. Kathryn Lambert
The CARVER matrix, MSRAM, and ORM contribute accurate risk assessments; however, the current risk methodologies are not readily replicated for use by the first-responders responsible to react to mass casualty events. The intention of this work is to contribute a singular risk assessment methodology to be utilized by first-responders prior to and during a potential mass casualty event that may be replicated with uniformity across the nation. First-responders will be interviewed to ascertain levels of risk perception and previous research will be analyzed in order to form the hybrid-risk assessment for first-responders. The end result is the Bruno Method, a First-Responder Risk Assessment.
Bruno, Patricia J., "First-Responder Risk Assessment Methodology: The Bruno Method" (2016). Master's Capstone Theses. 113.
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