Kansas Adjutant General's Department
EMAP 4.1.1

Assessor’s Guide for Standard 4.1:

Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Consequence Analysis

Standard 4.1.1

The Emergency Management Program identifies the natural and human-caused hazards that potentially impact the jurisdiction using multiple sources. The Emergency Management Program assesses the risk and vulnerability of people, property, the environment, and its own operations from these hazards.

Standard Program Overview

The Kansas Emergency Management Program recognizes natural and human-caused hazards in the 2013 Kansas Hazard Mitigation Plan.

Proof of Compliance

Standard Component Compliance Chart

Standard Component

Citation (prioritized by pertinence)

Program Identifies Natural and Human-caused Hazards

State of Kansas HazardMitigation Plan, Risk Assessment,dated November 2013, p. 3.46

Identifies Hazards Through Multiple Sources


Assess Risk and Vulnerability

(These are addressed throughout Chapter 3, utilizing HAZUS, NCEI, Climatologist, Etc.  Each Hazard section addresses vulnerabilities to people, property, the environment, and operations).

Kansas Hazard Mitigation Plan, Risk Assessment, dated November 2013, p.3.3 – 3.581



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