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Emergency management is an interdisciplinary field that deals with the strategic organizational management processes used to protect critical assets of an organization fromhazard risks that can cause events like disasters or catastrophes and to ensure the resiliency of the organization. Contents [hide] * 1 Overview * 2 Phases and professional activities * 2.1 Mitigation * 2.2 Preparedness * 2.3 Response * 2.4 Recovery * 3 Phases and personal activities * 3.1 Mitigation * 3.2 Preparedness * 3.3 Response * 3.4 Recovery * 4 As a profession * 4.1 Principles of Emergency Management * 4.2 Tools * 5 Within other professions * 5.1 Tools * 6 International organizations * 6.1 International Association of Emergency Managers * 6.2 International Recovery Platform * 6.3 Red Cross/Red Crescent * 6.4 United Nations * 6.5 World Bank * 6.6 European Union * 7 National organizations * 7.1 Australia * 7.2 Canada * 7.3 Germany * 7.4 India * 7.4.1 Aniruddha’s Academy of Disaster Management (AADM) * 7.5 The Netherlands * 7.6 New Zealand *...