Pandemiberedskap ur ett RSA-perspektiv – Förändras fokus i länsstyrelsers RSA:er efter att en större händelse inträffat?
Sammanfattning: In crisis management, risk and vulnerability analysis (RVA’s) should be used as a first step in a risk management chain that aims to reduce risks, reduce vulnerabilities in the society and to improve our ability to prevent, resist and manage crises and extraordinary events. Organisations obliged to conduct RVA´s have the freedom to adapt the work to their own needs. For example, this means that the actors themselves choose how and with which method the identified risks and vulnerabilities are analysed. The purpose of this thesis was to investigate how the focus in county administrative boards RVA´s has changed after a major event has occurred and whether it has affected future work with managing risks. With consideration to pandemics, the conclusion indicates that the examined RVA´s, after the influenza A (H1N1) outbreak, have become less detailed over time. However, the management of covid-19 has resulted in new knowledge and experiences. Based on the interviews conducted in this report, a majority of the respondents believe that there will be many rapid changes in the crisis management area at the political level in the near future. This in turn is expected to have a greater impact on future crisis management work both related to managing pandemics but also within the general area of emergency preparedness in comparison to the influenza A (H1N1) virus that emerged in 2009. Larger events are expected to generate larger measures.
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