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Incident Action Plan Objectives
Due: Midnight Sunday (EST) of Unit 4.
Length and Format: This paper is 1.5 to 3 pages in length. APA formatting and citations
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shall be used. At least two primary source references will be used.
Overview: Based on the JPB Train Derailment Scenario Overview (located in Unit 1
Readings & Resources) you will complete the attached ICS-201 form and using the priorities
listed as guidance, develop and list at least three (3) additional incident objectives to help
stabilize this incident. You will then develop a briefing explaining the rationale for your
The requirements for Project 1 are:
Complete the ICS-201 form by developing at least three (3) additional objectives to
help stabilize the incident as described in the JPB Train Derailment Overview.
In a separate document, develop a briefing and explain your rationale for your
Use Incident Command System (ICS) and National Incident Management System
(NIMS) terminology throughout the briefing where appropriate.
Students: Be sure to read the criteria (last page), by which your paper/project will
be evaluated, before you write, and again after you write.
EMH340—Introduction to Emergency Response & Incident Management
EMH340 – Project Writing Assignment Rubric
Performanc e Area
(90-100) A (80-89) B (70-79) C (60-69) D/F < 60 Score
Structure Well- developed Paragraphs; complete sentences; title page; references page; body of work meets requirements
Written work is clear and excellent college-level work; Paragraphing and transitions are clear and appropriate; appropriate guidelines outlined for paper were met (see assignment directions).
Written work is clear and adequate college-level work; Paragraphing and transitions are adequate; appropriate guidelines outlined for paper were met with a few noted problems
(see assignment directions).
Written work inadequate for college-level work; Paragraphing and transitions are inadequate; inappropriate guidelines outlined for paper were not met with several problems (see
assignmen t directions).
Organizational structure and paragraphing have serious and persistent errors. Assignment directions were ignored and information provided was insufficient to meet assignment guidelines.
Content Demonstrate s knowledge of topics; thorough discussion of concepts; appropriate integration of topics; scholarly journal use
The length of the written work provides in-depth coverage of the topics, assertions are clearly supported by evidence; Paper meets required length of pages and content areas; 3 or more primary sources were used.
The length of the written work is sufficient to cover the topic; assertions are supported by evidence; does not meet full required number of pages and content areas. 3 or more primary sources were used.
Written work does not do an adequate job of covering the assigned topic; assertions are weakly supported by evidence; paper is inadequate in meeting the page and content area requirements; less than 3 primary
sources were used.
Written work does not cover the assigned topic; assertions are not supported by evidence; paper is seriously lacking in content and detail; primary sources were not used or were used improperly.
Mechanics Good use of standard written English; spelling;
grammar; use of APA style
Written work has no major errors in word selection and use; sentence
Written work was generally free of errors in word selection and use;
Written work had several major errors in word selection and use;
Written work had serious and persistent errors in word selection and use; sentence
grammar, punctuation was appropriate; APA style was acceptable with no errors or minor errors.
spelling, grammar, punctuation was adequate; APA style was acceptable with a few errors.
spelling, grammar, punctuation was inappropriate; APA style was unacceptable with several errors.
grammar, punctuation was inappropriate and with serious errors; major errors in APA style.
OVERALL SCORE = TOTAL/3