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Introduction to Transportation Security

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ISBN-10: 143984576X

ISBN-13: 9781439845769

Edition: 2012

Authors: Daniel C. Goodrich, Frances L. Edwards

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This book addresses the challenges of developing a comprehensive security program in the interrelated environment of emergency management, continuity of operations, continuity of business, and supply chain management. It provides a theoretical framework for the operationalization of transportation security. The text covers a broad range of topics, including natural hazards, technological hazards, and human-caused hazards, to equip professional transportation managers with the knowledge, skills and abilities to effectively manage the security of transportation assets.
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Book details

List price: $50.82
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 9/26/2012
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 388
Size: 7.00" wide x 11.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.892
Language: English

Safety, Security, and Emergency Management
Security Theory and Practice
Safety, Security, and Emergency Management
Deter, Detect, Deny, Mitigate
Risk Assessment
Federal Grants for Transportation Security
Critical Infrastructure/Key Resources
Emergency Management Theory and Practice
Emergency Management, Safety, and Security
Theoretical Bases for Emergency Management: Terms
The Four Phases of Emergency Management
Systems for Emergency Management: ICS, SEMS, NIMS
Emergency Operations Plan
Emergency Operations Center
Training and Exercises
Federal Agencies and Structures: Surface Transportation Security
Disasters and the Surface Transportation System
Department of Homeland Security: Organization for Transportation Security
Department of Transportation and Transportation Security
Department of Energy
Transportation Research Board
Layers of Security
Learning Objectives
Security Elements
Security Strategies
Multi-Modal Surface Transportation Security: Threats and Strategies
Road Transportation—Cars and Trucks
Components of the Road System
Maintenance of the Highway System
Interconnectedness of Roads
Risks to Road Transportation
Security Strategies for Roads
Security Strategies for Tunnels
Security Strategies for Bridges
Security Strategies for Cars and Trucks
Security Strategies for Trucks With Hazardous Cargo
Road-Based Busses, Livery, Paratransit, Ambulances, and Delivery Vehicles
Components of Road-Based Transit and Delivery Systems
Threats to Busses, Livery, Ambulances, Paratransit, and Delivery Systems
Types of Attacks Against Street-Level Mass Transit Vehicles
Security Strategies for Busses, Livery, Paratransit, Ambulances, and Delivery Vehicles
Mass Transit on Fixed Rails and Guideways
Components of Rail and Guideway-Based Mass Transportation Systems
Threats to Rail-Based Transit Systems
Types of Attacks Against Rail-Based Mass Transit Vehicles and Systems
Freight and Long-Distance Passenger Heavy Rail
Components of the Freight and Long-Distance Passenger Heavy Rail System
Threats to the Freight and Long-Distance Passenger Heavy Rail System
Types of Attacks Against Freight and Long-Distance Passenger Heavy Rail
Security Strategies for Freight and Long-Distance Passenger Heavy Rail
Maritime Transportation
Components of the Maritime Transportation System
Threats to the Maritime Commerce System
Crime, Accidents, and Attacks on Maritime Vessels
Security Strategies for Maritime Transportation
Air Cargo Operations Security
Components of the Air Cargo Transportation System
Threats to the Air Cargo Commerce System
Security Strategies for Air Cargo Transportation
Putting It All Together
Transportation Security, Supply Chain, and Critical Infrastructure
9/11: A Failure of Imagination
Katrina and New Orleans: A Failure of Initiative
Transportation and Critical Infrastructure
Information Coordination Across Sectors
Continuity of Operations/Business Continuity
New Standards for Private Sector Preparedness