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ATR 210 Security Countermeasures for Chem-Bio Attacks

Presented By: Craig S. Gundry, CPS, CHS-III

Presentation Time: 2 Hours 48 Minutes

Restriction Level: 2 (Verified Security & Law Enforcement)
 
ATR 210, "Security Countermeasures for Chem-Bio Attacks", provides students with a detailed exploration of countermeasures that can be employed at the facility-level to prevent and mitigate chemical and biological terrorist attacks. This lesson also introduces the student to U.S. domestic community response models for Weapon of Mass Destruction incidents and provides guidelines for facility response to different types of chemcial and biological attack scenarios.
 
 
Outline
 
Protective Theory
    Proactive Countermeasures for CB Attacks
    Reactive/Mitigative Countermeasures for CB Attacks
Protective Counterintelligence
    Guidelines
    Strategic Threat indicators: CB-Specific
Physical Security & Access Control
    Access Control: CB-Specific Issues
    Physical Security: CB-Specific Issue
        Outdoor Air Intakes
        Mechanical Rooms
        Food & Beverage Locations
        Cafeterias
Point Source Countermeasures
    Shared Food & Beverage
    Cafeterias
    Water System
    HVAC System
        System Design
        Filtration
        Detection
Facility Design & Location Issues
Chemical & Biological Attack Response
    Unique Response Issues
    Key Players
    Responsibilities
    Public Safety Response Sequence
    Facility-Level Response
        Attack Recognition
            Chemical Attack Indicators
            Biological Attack Indicators
            Employee Health Surveillance
        Response to Indoor Aerosol/Vapor Attacks
            Evacuation
            Expedient Respiratory and Skin Protection
            Emergency Decontamination
        Response to Outdoor Aerosol/Vapor Attacks
            Shelter-In-Place Procedures
            Emergency Evacuation Procedures
        Response to Covert CB Attacks