Six months ago tornadoes tore through metropolitan Mobile. Luckily, University of Strops was largely unaffected, however after the disaster, the administration realized they needed to update their emergency action plan. The athletic director has asked your firm to create an emergency action plan for the department.
Please read the attached articles regarding emergency management, and review the information on the following website:
Colorado School Safety Resource Center General School Safety Information; Emergency Operations Planning (these are attached)
Based on the information provided, what you learned in SPMT316, and your own research, please create a plan sufficient to protect student-athletes, spectators, officials, and staff in the event of an emergency.
the pastoral nomadic world which superficially resembled Chinese practices. In terms of cultural influence, “women played a key role in the Qing civilizing mission among aboriginal minorities in the imperial periphery, acting as essential carriers of proper behaviour. Correspondingly, the status and actions of ethnically “other” minority women were often regarded as yardstick of the completeness of Qing colonization efforts. “ As the Qing expanded, the Qing imperium evolved a plural political structure whereby the universal emperor adopted multiple political personalities, however, after the mid-nineteenth century, this multi-national model of universal emperorship was revised in favour of a more unitary, centralizing and sinicizing approach. Following the so-called ‘Tongzhi Restoration’ of 1862-74, the Qing was increasingly beholden to such officials, under whose guidance it pursued a more sinicizing agenda in relation to areas of the empire beyond ‘China proper’ whereby attempts to impose cultural uniformity on the frontier region was undertaken and where, many newly empowered Han officials pursued ‘direct rule’ and cultural integration. For example, Xinjiang was designated a province and these initiatives demonstrated the ‘provincialisation of the frontier, with the concomitant promotion of Han migration and implementation of Chinese institutions in areas with sizeable non-Han populations, was part of a beleaguered dynasty’s attempt to shore up its position on all frontiers.’ By 1883, there were already seventy-seven free Confucian schools established in urban centres across Xinjiang and these schools followed a similar curriculum to those in China proper. Thus, the cultural superiority does take the shape of a sort of ‘civilizing mission’.>GET ANSWER