The unpredictable nature of disasters makes it impossible to account for all possible outcomes when planning and modeling disaster response processes (DRP). DRPs are often formalized and modified after a disaster and in the following precedence diagram method. Because time is of the essence and uncertainty is common, disaster recovery planning necessitates methods and tools that aid disaster managers in process analysis, process adaptation, and decision-making. This contribution describes a method for identifying concurrent activities imperiled by place-related conflicts because they require the same resources simultaneously in different locations. The technique, as a solution, enables managers to determine legal execution sequences, resolve location-related issues, and prioritize tasks based on overall execution time. The findings are proven to provide a fresh, trustworthy foundation for disaster managers' decision-making.