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A presentation about how we would have delt with the Boston Marathon Bombing if we were the US government

A presentation about how we would have delt with the Boston Marathon Bombing if we were the US government

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    Risk assessment- Boston Marathon Risk assessment- Boston Marathon Presentation Transcript

    • Panteion UniversityAdvertising & Public RelationsLabCrisis Management
    • RISK ASSESSMENTUS GOVERNMENT ON THEBOSTON MARATHON BOMBING
    • FACTS•WHAT? - Explosion of two bombswith a 13s difference•WHERE? - At the annual BostonMarathon•WHEN? - 15th of April, local time2.49 p.m
    • HAZARDS• Another terrorist attack / involvementof a terrorist organization• Injuries - deaths• Fire caused by explosion• Panic and terror among the citizens• Difficulty of ambulance / first aidaccess• Over flood hospitals / incapability todeal with large amount of patients
    • HARMED• Runners• Crowd-spectators• People of Boston• All US citizens• Marathonorganizerslack of control• US government
    • IMPACT•Destruction of publicproperty•Loss of confidence inthe organization ofthe marathon•Loss of confidence inthe US government Bad image around theworld/ loss ofstrength•Lawsuits towardsorganization and US
    • ACTIONA) Press conference B) Openness to thepublic C) Constant updating• Inform the people of what happened• Reassure the involved• Inform about our action plans• Be fully prepared for any questions• Send help and representatives to Boston
    • CREATORS• Anastasia-Marie Ktena• Dimitris Mathioudakis• Tina Selinopoulou• Koralia Grimopoulou• Petros Dimitrakos• Anastasia Kourou• Ektoras aerakiInstructor: Mania XenouAssistant Professor / Head ofAdvertising Lab:Betty Tsakarestou