95 Hardcover HV551 Writing for those involved in the safety and security planning of large events who need to incorporate knowledge of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) issues and hazardous materials (HAZMAT) considerations into their planning, as well as for experts in CBRN/HAZMAT who may be called in to assist in large event planning, Kaszeta (International Institute for Non-Proliferation Studies, England) presents a guide to planning, preparedness, crisis management and response, and consequence management and recovery.
What does COM stand for?
COM stands for Consequence Management
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of COM
We have 299 other meanings of COM in our Acronym Attic
- Commutator (part of an electric motor)
- Comoros (ISO Country code)
- Company Operations Manual
- Complete (railroads)
- Component Object Model (Microsoft)
- Component Object Module
- Component Oriented Middleware
- Computer Operations Manual
- Computer Output Microfiche
- Computer-Output Microfilm/Microform
- Contamination Monitor
- Continuation Of Message (ATMF)
- Continuous Opacity Monitor (environment)
- Contrat d'Objectifs et de Moyens (French: Contract Objectives and Means)
- Conventiei Organizatiilor de Media (Romanian)
- Cookie of the Month (various companies)
- Corporal of Marines
- Cost Of Manufacture
- Cost of Money (finance)
- Council of Mages (game)
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I observed how they have integrated their assets and training to support consequence management missions.
The Science and Technology for Maneuver Support Conference Summit & Exhibition--Exploring the Synergies between Consequence Management, Assured Mobility and Protection--will be held July 28-30.
3) The PCA restrictions raise the question as to whether the PCA has a significant negative impact on the JTF-CS consequence management mission.
The revised and expanded document adds consequence management and treats all five areas as pillars supporting an overall strategy, thus bringing AFDD 2-1.
In a statement the US Navy said: "The exercise will test the capabilities of all participants to effectively manage the integration of critical command and control, security, and consequence management resources".
Simply put, achieving this goal requires: (1) Identifying vulnerabilities to assets critical to mission execution; (2) Remediating such vulnerabilities to protect against possible compromise and, if disrupted by events; (3) Implementing effective consequence management planning to minimize impact to mission completion; and (4) Maintaining an active education and outreach effort to proactively institutionalize CIP throughout the Department.