Site-Level Planning
Module / Site-Level Planning

Module Overview

The Site-Level Planning module helps users set up an effective resilience planning process by creating a core resilience planning team, identifying and engaging site-level leadership and key stakeholders, collecting relevant planning information, identifying site-level resilience priorities, defining the scope and boundaries of the assessment, and identifying critical functions at the site. Since hazards and threats and the capability to handle them are site-specific, and knowledge of site systems is often understood best by site personnel, the site is the primary planning unit in the Technical Resilience Navigator (TRN). A “site” refers to an independently managed building or campus that carries out specific organizational missions.

Having direction and support from organizational and site-level leadership is often critical for successful resilience planning efforts and, ultimately, for project implementation. The Site-Level Planning module sets up the TRN resilience planning process in a way that will leverage existing data and site expertise, generate leadership buy-in, and establish a framework for documenting information for use in subsequent modules.

Outcomes

  • An established resilience planning team
  • Buy-in from organizational and site leadership
  • Documentation of relevant plans and policies
  • Established resilience priorities
  • A defined resilience planning scope and boundaries statement
  • Identified critical missions and functions
  • Criticality weighting factors established for each critical function
  • Preliminary list of resilience gaps

Status, Assignments, and Resources

Resources Status
1: Establish Resilience Planning Team and Engage Stakeholders

Resilience Team and Stakeholders

TRN Module/Action List

A Guidebook to Community Engagement: A Guidebook to Community Engagement: Involving Urban and Low-Income Populations in an Environmental Planning Process

Participation Tools for Better Community Planning

Resilience Roadmap Intergovernmental Preparation and Coordination—Understand Section

Not Started
2: Collect and Review Relevant Information

Collect and Review Relevant Information

Resilience Roadmap

Not Started
3: Define Site-Level Resilience Priorities and Scope and Boundaries

Resilience Priorities and Scope and Boundaries

Resilience Attributes

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4: Identify Critical Functions

ID and Weighting of Critical Functions

Relationship between Risk and Resilience

Not Started
5: Recognize Resilience Gaps

Recognize Resilience Gaps

Resilience Gaps Checklist

Categorized Resilience Gaps

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