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Building Security Strategies and Costs

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ISBN-10: 0876296983

ISBN-13: 9780876296981

Edition: 2003

Authors: David D. Owen, RSMeans Engineering Staff

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Book details

List price: $98.75
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: R. S. Means Company, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/30/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 390
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 3.388
Language: English

Acknowledgments
About the Author and Contributors
Introduction
Risk Assessment and Security Planning
People and Property
People
Property
Communications Security
Conflicts Between Security and Safety
Conclusion
Identifying Security Threats
What Can Happen
Threats to Personnel Safety
Theft of Property
Vandalism and Sabotage
Conclusion
Assessing the Risks
Assigning the Assessment and Response Team
Periodic Review of Documentation
Assembling a Risk Assessment Group
Deciding Where to Focus Security Measures
Assessing the Facility
Assessment of Specific Risks
Probability of Occurrence
Assessing Facilities by Type
Conclusion
Crisis Management
Making Crisis Management Plans
Who Prepares the Plan?
What Are the Critical Objectives?
Teams and Teaming
Security through Planning, Design, and Operations
The Urban Setting
Three Approaches to Physical Protection
Public Space Versus Private Space
Creating and Updating a Security-Conscious Building Plan
Single-User Versus Multi-User Facilities
A Word of Caution
Storage of Volatile Materials
Protecting Utilities
Ingress Concerns
Establishing a New Physical Security Plan
Budgeting and Startup
The Security Station
Points of Egress and Refuge
Fire Suppression and Alarm
Interior Planning and Design
Other Interior Spaces
Conclusion
Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Agents
Biological Agents
Chemical Agents
Radiation
Conclusion
Responses to Emergency Events
Emergency Response Teams and Plans
Evacuation
Alert Systems
Shelter from Severe Weather
Weather Forecasting Sources
Emergency Equipment
Health, Safety, and Security
Fresh Air and Lighting
Conclusion
Security Devices and Systems
Controlling Access
Review of Security Devices and Systems
Emergency Communications
A Word About Privacy and Security
Conclusion
Integration of Security and Related Systems
Information Technology Security
Monitoring
Proprietary or On-Site Systems
Off-Site Monitored Systems
Components of Security Monitoring Stations
Integration and Enterprise Security and Safety
What Components Should Be Integrated?
Integrated Components
Deciding Which Systems to Integrate, and When
Conclusion
Security Cost Data
Introduction to the Cost Data
Quick Start
How to Use the Cost Data: The Details
How to Use the Unit Price Pages
Unit Price Section
How to Use the Assemblies Cost Tables
Assemblies Section
Crews
Location Factors
Appendix, Resources, Glossary, and Index
Introduction
Appendix
Resources
Glossary
Index