Target Hazard Analysis is a configuration of ArcMap that can be used by fire service personnel to identify and quantify properties that should be targeted for pre-incident planning to mitigate such a loss.
Target Hazard Analysis can also be used by other public safety agencies to analyze hazard scenarios based on user-defined criteria. It allows public safety agencies to efficiently identify potentially hazardous properties across an entire community.
Target Hazard Analysis requires specific software.
When you download the Target Hazard Analysis, you'll find the following files:
|Application||TargetHazard.xlsx||A spreadsheet template containing user-defined criteria and values used during the analysis.|
|MapsandGeodatabase||TargetHazardMap.mxd||A map document used to identify and quantify properties that should be targeted for pre-incident planning to mitigate such a loss.|
|LocalGovernment.tbx||A toolbox with tools used to populate the Target Hazard feature class.|
|LocalGovernment.gdb||ArcGIS for Local Government geodatabase with content from the City of Naperville, Illinois.|
Below are the release dates and notes for Target Hazard Analysis.