tabletop drill

tabletop drill

(tā′bĕl-top″)
A simulation of an emergency response to a mass casualty in which personnel meet to discuss their ideas but do not physically deploy staff and equipment.
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The Casualty Care in the Classroom task force was formed in January in response to an active shooter tabletop drill mediated by the FBI last winter with participants from all city services and other local agencies.
A tabletop drill is a facilitated analysis of an emergency situation in an informal, stressfree environment.
The roles of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies and emergency planners also are examined during the tabletop drill.
On Friday, the students participated in a tabletop drill.
It's a tabletop drill, an opportunity to sit around a conference table in a non-threatening environment and deal with the issues that might come up, discuss them thoroughly--if you're going to make mistakes that's the time to make them.
The two devised a joint training program where one organization would conduct a tabletop drill at the other's facility.
The bulk of the money for the Tri-EPIC tabletop drill that was held in Southbridge on March 11 came from the Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission, which distributes funding from the federal Department of Homeland Security.
An all-day tabletop drill for a large-scale pandemic will be held March 11 at the Community Center.
said a tabletop drill in which a fictitious dirty bomb was set off in Worcester and West Boylston took place last week.
In addition to tabletop drills, field exercises help responders prepare for disaster scenarios.