The paper 'Concepts of Operation in Both UK and UAE' is a great example of a Management Case Study. An emergency is an expected action that requires a lot of considerations in terms of controlling it when it occurs and control in the future. There are various ways that it can be done and there are protocols that are usually followed to assist in solving such issues. This paper views the concept of operations during the time of emergency and crisis in the countries of the United Kingdom (UK) and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Also, there relationship in terms of structure and operation during an emergency. The UAE UK has discussed organizational and executive measures which are usually important during preparedness at the times of disasters. The United Kingdom. During the emergency time, the emergency should be handled and managed in a flexible manner so as to comfortably assist the issues that are present. All these cases are based on eight guiding principles in the UK government. These principles are: Preparedness: The individuals and organizations that are usually associated with emergency have to be ready with all mechanisms that can be used.
This also includes the clarification of the roles and duties that they have to perform. This is to prevent conflict of interest during operation. Continuity: When an emergency occurs the response to such emergencies should be linked with various functions that are associated with various organizations that have familiar ways of collaborating and solving the issue. They also have to deliver the required assistance and services at a higher level of quality and speed. This also applies to those scenarios where the management is large scale and presence of complex conditions. Subsidiarity: Different types of decisions should be undertaken at the levels that are best suited.
This is usually the lowest level since it is appropriate and where the crisis is. It will be assisted with the help of coordination from a level that is necessarily higher. This means that the people who have been affected by the emergency should be among the building blocks during the response to the alarm. Their participation should not be regulated to a specific scope but to any scale of the emergency. Direction: The aim of the response should be declared and understood by all bodies that are associated.
This clarity should be delivered through a very strategic point of view and supports the objectives that were laid down. This includes the objectives that are understood and acceptable to all parties so as to help in prioritizing the response and the associated response. Integration: The coordination of the duties that are associated should be effective. This is through its exercise within and between the tiers of response and the organizations.
This also is supposed to provide timely access to the right guidance and also the right support to the local and regional level of operations. Communication: Communication in a two-way scenario is critical so has to assist ineffective response of the operation. This means that the information that is available should be reliable. Also, it means that the transfer of information from one body to the next should be correct and accurate. This information should not be delayed but passed at the time that the information is required to the people who want to know the information and includes the public in general.
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