In Unit 6 you presented a plan to a business in your community outlining the process of business recovery. This week you will create a similar outline; however, your focus will be on creating a plan f

In Unit 6 you presented a plan to a business in your community outlining the process of business recovery. This week you will create a similar outline; however, your focus will be on creating a plan for your city as opposed to a business. As you complete this Assignment, take into consideration that you are planning for a community rather than a business; address how those two planning processes are similar and how they differ. You will be asked to reflect on these similarities and differences as a follow-up to this weeks Assignment.Unit 8 Assignment 2: Local Disaster Recovery Coordinator ProjectIt is critical to establish plans prior to a disaster and ensure training and education related to the recovery plan are in place for successful implementation in an emergency.Watchthe following video highlighting the importance of having a disaster recovery plan in place. Consider the consequences of not having a plan in place prior to a disaster as you view this video.Video:One Towns Story: A Journey to Recovery.As the local disaster recovery coordinator you are responsible for establishing, implementing, and maintaining policies and procedures ensure effective recovery in case of disaster. This week you are tasked with developing a presentation for community department heads outlining the process of disaster recovery.Fact Sheet: The National Incident Management System (NIMS)Emergency Management Guide for Business and IndustryReferencesFact sheet: The National Incident Management System(NIMS.)Retrieved from Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). (1993).Emergency management guide for business and industry.Washington, DC: Federal Emergency Management Agency. Retrieved from, M. (2013).One towns story: A journey to recovery[Video file]. Retrieved from 68 slide PowerPoint presentation outlining a basic disaster recovery plan using FEMAsEmergency Management Guide for Business and Industryas a guide.Includethe following in your presentation:Establish a planning teamAnalyze capabilities and hazardsDevelop the planImplement the planHighlightkey points and utilize speaker notes or audio for additional details.The PowerPoint presentation should have the following characteristics:Designed with a live audience in mind in order to inform your viewers about the topicBullets for your main pointsPictures to support your presentation where applicableSpeaker notes or audio to fully explain what is being discussed in the slide bullet points as though you are presenting to an audienceA title and a references slideResearch from at least two reliable sources to support the main message, including graphics. Discuss how you evaluated the credibility of the sources used.Information from course readings, the course materials, or other library sources incorporated to support your discussion. Properly cite all sources of information by including in-text citations and a list of references.Research and visuals cited in APA citation format, both in-text and on a References slide. You need to quote material taken directly from a source. The same standards for documenting sources that apply to an essay also apply to a presentation. Go to Course HomeAcademic Tools APA Style Central for a digital library of APA style quick guides and tutorials to refine your writing.Signal phrases are useful in presentations. They help make your writing flow with one idea clearly leading to the next. It is a good practice to use signal words and phrases instead of just inserting quotations abruptly and separately. For more details on signalphrases, refer to the Writing Center.Speaker NotesTo learn more about creating speaker notes in PowerPoint, review theGCF Learn Freewebsite.ReferenceGoodwill Community Foundation, Inc. (2015). PowerPoint 2010: Slide basics.GCF Learn Free.Retrieved from Your Assignment