Updated Risk Assessment Toolkit Was Released

See this redesigned toolkit from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Administration for Strategic Preparedness and Response. The Risk Identification and Site Criticality (RISC) Toolkit is an objective, data-driven, all-hazards risk assessment that can inform emergency preparedness planning, risk management activities, and resource investments. It’s designed to aid public and private organizations in the health care and public health sector to identify threats and hazards, assess vulnerabilities, and determine the consequences of disruptions. The toolkit can be used by health centers to support emergency preparedness planning; improve communication and coordination at the community, county, state, and federal levels; and improve preparedness and response efficiencies through a data-sharing model.