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Disaster & recovery planning : a guide for facility managers / Joseph F. Gustin.

By: Gustin, Joseph F, 1947-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Lilburn, GA : Fairmont Press, 2013Edition: 6th edition.Description: xxii, 519 p. : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781482215670 (hbk.).Other title: Disaster and recovery planning.Subject(s): Emergency management -- United States | Disaster relief -- United States | Facility management -- United States | Industrial safety -- United StatesDDC classification: 658.477 GUS Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Disaster Strikes Vitals Classifying Disasters Types Of Disasters Disaster Planning Issues Occupant Issues Building Issues Business Issues Addressing The Issues Developing The Recovery Plan Compliance Issues General Industry Emergency Response and Preparedness Requirements Other Compliance Issues The Americans with Disabilities Act Key Elements In Emergency Preparedness Planning For Potential Disasters Response Effectiveness and Leadership The Chain of Command Communications Accounting for Personnel The Emergency Response Team Training Personal Protection Medical Assistance Security Summary Natural Disasters Storm Surge Overview Storm Surge vs. Storm Tide Factors Impacting Surge Weather Related Deaths and Injuries Man-made Disasters Prevention Issues And Response Measures Fire Protection Systems Signaling Contents note continued: Notifying Emergency Personnel Automatic Notification Systems Control Mechanisms Fire Extinguishers Assessing Fire Protection Systems General Work Environment Walkways Floor and Wall Openings Stairs and Stairways Means of Egress Exit Doors Electrical System Components Flammable And Combustible Materials Building Classifications Assemblies Business Correctional and Detention Education Healthcare Industrial Residential Mercantile Storage Hazard Classification The Nature Of Bombs Bomb Threats Planning for the Bomb Threat The Physical Security Plan The Bomb Incident Plan Security Against Bomb Incidents Mail Center Security Vulnerability Motivation Developing The Bomb Threat Response Plan Evacuation Bomb Threat Response Plan Considerations Command Center Organization Physical Security-Placed Bombs v. Mailed Bombs Responding To Bomb Threats Contents note continued: Written Threats Telephone Threats Search Team Deployment Bomb Screening Program Vulnerability Assessment The Mail Center Security Coordinator Suspected Mail Bombs-Screening Response Procedures Package Verification Holding/​Carrying Containers Testing The Plan Biological And Chemical Threats Anthrax The Treatment For Anthrax Media Relations Background The Impact of Dirty Bombs Sources of Radioactive Material What To Do Following a Dirty Bomb Explosion Introduction Goals Explosives Incendiaries Biological Weapons Chemical Agents Nuclear Weapons The Risks Personal/​Physical Signals Evacuations Types of Evacuation Evacuation Factors Option 1: Ignore The Bomb Threat Option 2: Order An Immediate Evacuation Option 3: Search and Evacuate Evacuation And Search Units Evacuation and Search Unit Training Contents note continued: Additional Considerations Reporting Locations Maintaining the Evacuation Route The Nature Of Earthquakes Structural Versus Nonstructural Components Causes of Nonstructural Damage Methods for Reducing Nonstructural Hazards Emergency Planning Guidelines Human Response Earthquake Plans Exercises Personal Emergency Kits Master Earthquake Planning Checklist Sources Crime In The Workplace: An Overview Categories of Workplace Violence Workplace Violence-The Cost Employer Response Employer Requirements The Written Safety Program Recognizing the Warning Signs of Violence Workplace Violence Prevention-Responsibilities Employee Responsibilities Manager and Supervisor Responsibilities Department Head Responsibilities Human Resources Staff Responsibilities Employee Assistance Program Counselor Responsibilities Union/​Employee Organization Responsibilities Contents note continued: Facilities Staff/​Securities Staff Responsibilities Law Enforcement Staff Responsibilities Workplace Violence Prevention-Employee Training Workplace Violence Checklist Handling Threats Employee Relations Considerations Security Measures Workplace Security The Violence Protection Program: A Basic Action Plan Workplace Violence As A Liability Issue Hiring New Workers Retaining Employees Limiting Exposure to Liability Recovery After An Incident Computer And EDP Systems Protection Fire Hazards External Hazards Risk Assessment Elements Of Computer Security Physical Access Controls Climate Fire Safety/​Suppression Data Interception Computer Room Example Physical and Environmental Protection Data Protection Protecting Data Cyber Threats Key Cyber Risk Management Concepts Incorporating Cyber Risk into a Risk Management Plan Managing Data Privacy Mitigation Strategies Contents note continued: Recommended Web Server Security Recommended Operating System Security Additional Operating System Security: Securing Web Services Cloud Computing Essential Characteristics of the Cloud Service Models Client/​Tenant Control Deployment Models Emergency Preparedness And Standby Power Systems Determining Standby Power Requirements System Types Determining the Appropriate System Developing Your Strategy Scope of the Disaster Nature of Business Operations Time Frames Cost Loss Prevention Develop the Loss Prevention Policy Identify and Evaluate Hazards Determine Recovery Priorities Contingencies For Data/​System Availability Recovery Options Backup Options Loss Prevention Techniques Flood Loss Hot Work Losses Contingency Planning Develop Scenarios Develop Strategies Plan Testing, Training and Exercises Computer Security Incident Handling Contents note continued: Sources Crisis Planning The Crisis Plan The Media's Role In Recovery Efforts Press Releases Radio And Television "Spots" Automated Voice Mail/​Telephone Answering Devices Mitigation Risk Management Threat Assessment Defining Threats Identifying Likely Threat Event Profiles and Tactics Assigning a Threat Rating Alternative Approach Initial Vulnerability Estimate Vulnerability Estimate Screening Site Questions Architectural Questions Structural and Building Envelope Questions Utility Systems Questions Mechanical Systems Plumbing and Gas Systems Electrical Systems Fire Alarm Systems Communications and Information Technology Systems Putting It Together Step 1: Establish A Planning Team Form the Team Establish Authority Issue A Mission Statement Establish A Schedule and Budget Step 2: Analyze Capabilities And Hazards Contents note continued: Where the Company Stands Outside Resources Identify Codes and Regulations Identify Critical Products, Services and Operations Identify Internal Resources and Capabilities Identify External Resources Insurance Review Conduct A Vulnerability Analysis Historical Factors Geographic Factors Technological Factors Human Error Factors Physical Factors Regulatory Factors Estimating Probability Assessing Potential Impact Step 3: Developing The Plan Executive Summary Emergency Management Elements Response Procedures Support Documents Resource Lists The Development Process Identifying Challenges and Prioritizing Activities Writing the Plan Establishing A Training Schedule Coordinating with Outside Agencies Maintaining Contact with Other Corporate Offices Plan Approval and Distribution Step 4: Implementing The Plan Integrating the Plan into Company Operations Contents note continued: Conducting Training, Drills and Exercises Evaluate and Modify the Plan Emergency Management Considerations Direction and Control Life Safety Property Protection Community Outreach Recovery and Restoration Administration and Logistics Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Locations Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives-ATF Offices General Information Sources.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Disaster Strikes
Vitals
Classifying Disasters
Types Of Disasters
Disaster Planning Issues
Occupant Issues
Building Issues
Business Issues
Addressing The Issues
Developing The Recovery Plan
Compliance Issues
General Industry Emergency Response and Preparedness Requirements
Other Compliance Issues
The Americans with Disabilities Act
Key Elements In Emergency Preparedness
Planning For Potential Disasters
Response Effectiveness and Leadership
The Chain of Command
Communications
Accounting for Personnel
The Emergency Response Team
Training
Personal Protection
Medical Assistance
Security
Summary
Natural Disasters
Storm Surge Overview
Storm Surge vs. Storm Tide
Factors Impacting Surge
Weather Related Deaths and Injuries
Man-made Disasters
Prevention Issues And Response Measures
Fire Protection Systems
Signaling
Contents note continued: Notifying Emergency Personnel
Automatic Notification Systems
Control Mechanisms
Fire Extinguishers
Assessing Fire Protection Systems
General Work Environment
Walkways
Floor and Wall Openings
Stairs and Stairways
Means of Egress
Exit Doors
Electrical System Components
Flammable And Combustible Materials
Building Classifications
Assemblies
Business
Correctional and Detention
Education
Healthcare
Industrial
Residential
Mercantile
Storage
Hazard Classification
The Nature Of Bombs
Bomb Threats
Planning for the Bomb Threat
The Physical Security Plan
The Bomb Incident Plan
Security Against Bomb Incidents
Mail Center Security
Vulnerability
Motivation
Developing The Bomb Threat Response Plan
Evacuation
Bomb Threat Response Plan Considerations
Command Center Organization
Physical Security-Placed Bombs v. Mailed Bombs
Responding To Bomb Threats
Contents note continued: Written Threats
Telephone Threats
Search Team Deployment
Bomb Screening Program
Vulnerability Assessment
The Mail Center Security Coordinator
Suspected Mail Bombs-Screening Response Procedures
Package Verification
Holding/​Carrying Containers
Testing The Plan
Biological And Chemical Threats
Anthrax
The Treatment For Anthrax
Media Relations
Background
The Impact of Dirty Bombs
Sources of Radioactive Material
What To Do Following a Dirty Bomb Explosion
Introduction
Goals
Explosives
Incendiaries
Biological Weapons
Chemical Agents
Nuclear Weapons
The Risks
Personal/​Physical Signals
Evacuations
Types of Evacuation
Evacuation Factors
Option 1: Ignore The Bomb Threat
Option 2: Order An Immediate Evacuation
Option 3: Search and Evacuate
Evacuation And Search Units
Evacuation and Search Unit Training
Contents note continued: Additional Considerations
Reporting Locations
Maintaining the Evacuation Route
The Nature Of Earthquakes
Structural Versus Nonstructural Components
Causes of Nonstructural Damage
Methods for Reducing Nonstructural Hazards
Emergency Planning Guidelines
Human Response
Earthquake Plans
Exercises
Personal Emergency Kits
Master Earthquake Planning Checklist
Sources
Crime In The Workplace: An Overview
Categories of Workplace Violence
Workplace Violence-The Cost
Employer Response
Employer Requirements
The Written Safety Program
Recognizing the Warning Signs of Violence
Workplace Violence Prevention-Responsibilities
Employee Responsibilities
Manager and Supervisor Responsibilities
Department Head Responsibilities
Human Resources Staff Responsibilities
Employee Assistance Program Counselor Responsibilities
Union/​Employee Organization Responsibilities
Contents note continued: Facilities Staff/​Securities Staff Responsibilities
Law Enforcement Staff Responsibilities
Workplace Violence Prevention-Employee Training
Workplace Violence Checklist
Handling Threats
Employee Relations Considerations
Security Measures
Workplace Security
The Violence Protection Program: A Basic Action Plan
Workplace Violence As A Liability Issue
Hiring New Workers
Retaining Employees
Limiting Exposure to Liability
Recovery After An Incident
Computer And EDP Systems Protection
Fire Hazards
External Hazards
Risk Assessment
Elements Of Computer Security
Physical Access Controls
Climate
Fire Safety/​Suppression
Data Interception
Computer Room Example
Physical and Environmental Protection
Data Protection
Protecting Data
Cyber Threats
Key Cyber Risk Management Concepts
Incorporating Cyber Risk into a Risk Management Plan
Managing Data Privacy
Mitigation Strategies
Contents note continued: Recommended Web Server Security
Recommended Operating System Security
Additional Operating System Security:
Securing Web Services
Cloud Computing
Essential Characteristics of the Cloud
Service Models
Client/​Tenant Control
Deployment Models
Emergency Preparedness And Standby Power Systems
Determining Standby Power Requirements
System Types
Determining the Appropriate System
Developing Your Strategy
Scope of the Disaster
Nature of Business Operations
Time Frames
Cost
Loss Prevention
Develop the Loss Prevention Policy
Identify and Evaluate Hazards
Determine Recovery Priorities
Contingencies For Data/​System Availability
Recovery Options
Backup Options
Loss Prevention Techniques
Flood Loss
Hot Work Losses
Contingency Planning
Develop Scenarios
Develop Strategies
Plan Testing, Training and Exercises
Computer Security Incident Handling
Contents note continued: Sources
Crisis Planning
The Crisis Plan
The Media's Role In Recovery Efforts
Press Releases
Radio And Television "Spots"
Automated Voice Mail/​Telephone Answering Devices
Mitigation
Risk Management
Threat Assessment
Defining Threats
Identifying Likely Threat Event Profiles and Tactics
Assigning a Threat Rating
Alternative Approach
Initial Vulnerability Estimate
Vulnerability Estimate Screening
Site Questions
Architectural Questions
Structural and Building Envelope Questions
Utility Systems Questions
Mechanical Systems
Plumbing and Gas Systems
Electrical Systems
Fire Alarm Systems
Communications and Information Technology Systems
Putting It Together
Step 1: Establish A Planning Team
Form the Team
Establish Authority
Issue A Mission Statement
Establish A Schedule and Budget
Step 2: Analyze Capabilities And Hazards
Contents note continued: Where the Company Stands
Outside Resources
Identify Codes and Regulations
Identify Critical Products, Services and Operations
Identify Internal Resources and Capabilities
Identify External Resources
Insurance Review
Conduct A Vulnerability Analysis
Historical Factors
Geographic Factors
Technological Factors
Human Error Factors
Physical Factors
Regulatory Factors
Estimating Probability
Assessing Potential Impact
Step 3: Developing The Plan
Executive Summary
Emergency Management Elements
Response Procedures
Support Documents
Resource Lists
The Development Process
Identifying Challenges and Prioritizing Activities
Writing the Plan
Establishing A Training Schedule
Coordinating with Outside Agencies
Maintaining Contact with Other Corporate Offices
Plan Approval and Distribution
Step 4: Implementing The Plan
Integrating the Plan into Company Operations
Contents note continued: Conducting Training, Drills and Exercises
Evaluate and Modify the Plan
Emergency Management Considerations
Direction and Control
Life Safety
Property Protection
Community Outreach
Recovery and Restoration
Administration and Logistics
Federal Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA) Locations
Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives-ATF Offices
General Information Sources.

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