07b Threat Assessment

07b Threat Assessment - CEE 597 Lecture Threat Assessment A...

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CEE 597 – Lecture reat Assessment Threat Assessment A post-9/11 focus of concern 05 February 2007 Jery Stedinger Lecture 07 1
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This Week Monday hopal Natural Hazards Threat Assessment Bhopal, Natural Hazards, Threat Assessment Three articles in packet; course handout Wednesday Event Trees and Fault Trees Friday Reliability Analyses Morgan article, Reading in Risk, pp. 24-25 Rasmussen, Reading in Risk, pp. 197-201 en and Tung Reliability and Uncertainty in Packet 05 February 2007 Jery Stedinger Lecture 07 2 Yen and Tung, Reliability and Uncertainty in Packet.
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OBJECTIVES Students should recognize the differences and similarities between threat assessment related to possible terrorist attacks, and aditional risk assessment for natural hazards traditional risk assessment for natural hazards and technological hazards. 05 February 2007 Jery Stedinger Lecture 07 3
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READINGS ROAD nalyzing the Dangers BROAD Analyzing the Dangers Kennedy Assessing Risks from Health Haz.: An Imperfect Science Cohn Risk Management in an Uncertain World g Haas The role of Risk Analysis in understanding io rrorism 2002 Bio-terrorism, 2002 05 February 2007 Jery Stedinger Lecture 07 4
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Newsweek – Protecting America 05 February 2007 Jery Stedinger Lecture 07 5
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Homeland Security Understanding Homeland Security dvisory System Advisory System The world has changed since September 11, 2001. We remain a nation at risk to terrorist ttacks and will remain at risk for the foreseeable attacks and will remain at risk for the foreseeable future. At all Threat conditions, we must remain vigilant, prepared, and ready to deter terrorist attacks. The following Threat Conditions each present an incrementing risk of terrorist attacks represent an incrementing risk of terrorist attacks. Beneath each Threat condition are some suggested Protective Measures, recognizing that the heads of Federal departments and agencies re responsible for developing and are responsible for developing and implementing appropriate agency specific Protective Measures.
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