Assessment of cross vulnerabilities
Limitations in the cross vulnerabilities (people, property, environment) to optimize task prioritization and decision making.
It is necessary to assess the consequences of a
on people, property, the environment both separately, and including cascading effects across those three domains. This will help in identifying potential courses of action and assessing their probable outcomes, using modelling, and making use of lessons learnt and knowledge from past crisis.
Decision Support Systems are expected to take into account crisis dynamics, provide a assessing of the expected influences of possible actions (intervention modelling), and enable task prioritisation.
References in the literature: this is not identified as such in the literature. Broader gaps about related issues such as the ability to identify cascading effects or decision support prompts have been identified in several studies.
Rationale & related CM function(s)
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