|Series||Risk management series, FEMA -- P-459|
|Contributions||United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency.|
|LC Classifications||TH9705 .I63 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||2009366193|
Chapter 1 provides an overview of integrated incremental rehabilitation of buildings, potential terrorist threats to buildings, the mitigation of the risks of terrorist attacks, special issues related to security in existing commercial buildings, a process for integrating incremental mitigation into the normal facility management process, and a step-by step approach to implementation of an incremental enhancement program. It is intended for building . FEMA , Incremental Protection for Existing Commercial Buildings from Terrorist Attack, to provide guidance to owners of existing commercial buildings and their architects and engineers on security and operational enhancements to address vulnerabilities to explosive blasts and chemical, biological, and radiological hazards. It also addresses how. Incremental Protection for Existing Commercial Buildings From Terrorist Attack: Providing Protection to People and Buildings Title: Homebuilders' Guide to Earthquake-Resistant Design and Construction (ePub eBook). Incremental Protection for Existing Commercial Buildings From Terrorist Attack: Providing Protection to People and Buildings Title: Pentagon 9/11 (10th Anniversary Edition) (Paperback).
Incremental protection for existing commercial buildings from terrorist attack - The Construction Information Service This document is available as part of the Construction Information Service. FEMA - Safe Rooms and Shelters: Protecting People Against Terrorist Attacks () FEMA - Handbook for Rapid Visual Screening of Buildings to Evaluate Terrorism Risks () FEMA - Incremental Protection for Existing Commercial Buildings from Terrorist Attack: Providing Protection to People and Buildings (). Protecting Against Terrorism is an overview of the security advice that derives from CPNI’s work with the national infrastructure. Although aimed primarily at countering potential terrorist attacks, much of it represents good practice for businesses of any size, whether private or public sector. It is intended as a starting Size: 2MB. enhance protection of the building by incorporating low-cost measures into new buildings at the earliest stages of site selection and design. Best practices recommended in this primer are listed below. Place building as far from any secured perimeter as practical. Secure the perimeter against vehicular intrusion using landscaping or barrier Size: 1MB.
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