E-raamat: CBRN and Hazmat Incidents at Major Public Events: Planning and Response

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  • Ilmumisaeg: 28-Nov-2012
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  • Formaat: 448 pages, Illustrations
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  • Kirjastus: John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • ISBN-13: 9781118529706

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Writing for those involved in the safety and security planning of large events who need to incorporate knowledge of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) issues and hazardous materials (HAZMAT) considerations into their planning, as well as for experts in CBRN/HAZMAT who may be called in to assist in large event planning, Kaszeta (International Institute for Non-Proliferation Studies, England) presents a guide to planning, preparedness, crisis management and response, and consequence management and recovery. Throughout, he incorporates discussion of the various functional elements of CBRN/HAZMAT planning and response, including policing and security services; firefighting, rescue, and civil protection; the military; medical personnel; scientific and lab support; and others elements such as environmental concerns and the private sector. Annotation ©2013 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Sets forth what to do and what not to do to keep people and property safe

Based on the author's more than two decades of managing core facets of emergency planning and response, this book enables readers to minimize the possibility of a chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear (CBRN) disaster or a hazardous material (hazmat) incident at public events. Moreover, it sets forth the tools needed to quickly respond to an incident in order to avoid or minimize casualties and damages. With its comprehensive approach, the book equips readers to plan for and manage a multi-disciplinary safety and emergency response team, including police, security, medical, military, and fire and civil protection personnel.

CBRN and Hazmat Incidents at Major Public Events examines all aspects of security planning and emergency response, including:

  • General planning and preparedness procedures such as initial considerations, response network development, and training and exercise
  • Planning and preparedness for security and emergency response providers, including medical, fire, police, military, and VIP protection personnel
  • Incident response, including initial response, detection and identification, and law enforcement

Lastly, the author provides fourteen specific public event scenarios, explaining what to do and what not to do for effective emergency planning and response to CBRN and hazmat incidents. These scenarios also set the foundation for preparedness training and exercises.

Throughout the book, sidebars summarize the author's extensive operational and managerial experience, helping readers focus on the core tested and proven strategies and techniques needed to prevent or mitigate the impact of a CBRN or hazmat incident. With its unique focus on CBRN and hazmats, this book is essential reading for all personnel charged with protecting lives and property at large public events.

Acknowledgments v
Foreword xiii
PART I Introduction
Chapter 1 The Threat Environment
7(22)
Adverse Effects
7(3)
Causative Agents: The Spectrum of CBRN/HAZMAT Substances
10(6)
Means of Dissemination
16(3)
Causative Agents: the Perpetrator
19(1)
Multipliers in the Major Event Environment
19(3)
Nuisances, Hoaxes, and Communicated Threats
22(2)
CBRN/HAZMAT Substances: Characteristics Significant as Planning Considerations
24(5)
Chapter 2 Differing Perspectives and Philosophies on CBRN/HAZMAT Planning and Response
29(20)
Fire Service and HAZMAT
29(3)
Military CBRN Defense Philosophy
32(2)
Perspective of Police, Law Enforcement, and Security Services
34(3)
The Private Security Provider's Perspective
37(1)
Medical Perspective
38(2)
Scientific and Laboratory Perspective
40(9)
PART II General Planning and Preparedness Efforts
Chapter 3 CBRN In Context: Interagency Planning and Cooperation
49(20)
Swimming in the Sea: Keeping CBRN/HAZMAT in Context
49(1)
The Safety and Security Bureaucracy: The Sea in Which We Swim
50(4)
Interagency Planning and Coordination
54(2)
Incident Management Systems
56(5)
The Operations Center
61(4)
Best Practices
65(2)
Common Language
67(2)
Chapter 4 General Planning Considerations at an Early Stage
69(14)
Establish your Planning Threshold
69(4)
Reconnaissance: Site Surveys and Walkthroughs
73(4)
Resilience
77(1)
Legal Considerations
78(2)
Communications
80(3)
Chapter 5 Building Capability and Capacity
83(18)
Survey the Existing Capability
83(2)
Surveying Capacity
85(1)
The Synchronization Matrix as a Planning Tool
86(5)
Assessment Schemes
91(5)
Training and Exercises
96(5)
Chapter 6 Equipment Procurement
101(16)
Preparing for the Onslaught of Vendors
101(3)
Hazard Prediction--- Is it Useful?
104(7)
Sensors: Surveillance and Warning
111(2)
Protection Technology
113(4)
Chapter 7 Dealing with Event Venues
117(22)
Major Types of Venue
117(5)
Architectural, Structural, and Construction considerations
122(1)
Planning Considerations for Building Construction
123(5)
Securing Venues
128(1)
Venue Search
129(1)
Screening People
130(2)
Screening Goods and Vehicles
132(7)
PART III The Response Disciplines
Chapter 8 Medical Preparedness
139(16)
How will CBRN/HAZMAT Present itself to the Medical System?
139(3)
The Concept of "Special Events Medical Services"
142(2)
General Planning Considerations
144(1)
Mass Casualty Planning
145(2)
Hospital Decontamination
147(2)
Medical Surveillance
149(1)
Dealing with the "Worried Well"
150(5)
Chapter 9 Police, Law Enforcement, Intelligence, and Security Preparedness
155(12)
Breaking the Cycle: Disrupting the Process of Terrorism
155(7)
Preparing to Operate in a CBRN/HAZMAT Environment
162(5)
Chapter 10 Preparedness for the Fire and HAZMAT Sector
167(12)
Adapting the Response to the Major Event Environment
167(4)
Decontamination
171(1)
Search and Rescue in the Hot Zone?
172(4)
Keeping the Detectives Happy: Learning not to Wreck the Crime Scene
176(3)
Chapter 11 The Military: Preparing for Military Support to Civil Authorities
179(10)
The Nature of Military Support to Civil Authorities
179(1)
Types of Military Support to CBRN/HAZMAT Incidents
180(3)
Some Issues and Problems with Military Support
183(4)
Some Ideas to Integrate Military Support
187(2)
Chapter 12 Preparedness for Everybody Else
189(18)
Public Transportation and Transport Infrastructure
189(1)
Financial and Administrative Preparedness
190(1)
Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Bomb Squad
190(2)
Legal Preparedness
192(1)
Preparedness for Event and Venue Management
193(1)
Laboratory and Scientific Preparedness
194(4)
Reach-Back
198(1)
VIP Protection Considerations
199(8)
PART IV Response
Chapter 13 Initial Assessment and Response
207(18)
The Golden Hour
207(1)
Initial Assessment of the Incident
208(2)
Arriving on Scene: Managing the Incident with GEDAPER
210(6)
Tactics for the Incident Commander and Responder
216(9)
Chapter 14 Detection, Measurement, and Identification of Hazards
225(26)
Concepts and Definitions
225(3)
"Primitive" and "Nonspecific" Sensors
228(2)
Chemical and HAZMAT Sensors
230(7)
Biological Sensors
237(3)
Radiological and Nuclear Sensors
240(6)
Integrating Detection and Identification into Operations
246(2)
Best Practices for Major Events
248(1)
What Not to Do
249(2)
Chapter 15 Medical Response
251(12)
How Will the CBRN/HAZMAT Patient Look?
251(3)
Managing the Incident: Being Realistic in Chemical Scenarios
254(2)
Field Care: Remember the ABCDD
256(2)
Alphabet Soup: Managing the ABCDD in an MCI
258(2)
Definitive Care: the Larger Picture
260(3)
Chapter 16 Decontamination
263(18)
Why do Decontamination?
263(2)
Issues and Arguments Surrounding Decon
265(2)
Categories of Decontamination
267(3)
Methods of Decontamination
270(1)
Decontamination: Planning Considerations and Tactics
271(10)
Chapter 17 Law Enforcement and Security Response
281(16)
Scene Control and Public Order Issues
281(4)
Intervention Scenarios
285(1)
Forensics: Collection and Preservation of Criminal Evidence
286(1)
The Crime Scene
287(3)
Collecting Evidence at a Contaminated Crime Scene
290(7)
Chapter 18 Consequence Management and Other Related Measures
297(14)
Consequence Management
297(2)
Public and Media Affairs
299(2)
Dealing with the Dead
301(2)
Volunteers and "Unaffiliated Responders"
303(2)
References
305(6)
PART V Practical Scenarios
Scenario A The Venue Search
311(6)
Scenario B Screening People, Vehicles, and Goods
317(6)
Scenario C Radiation Detection and Radiation Alerts
323(6)
Scenario D Unattended and/or Suspicious Packages
329(4)
Scenario E A "Communicated Threat"
333(6)
Scenario F An Anthrax Letter
339(6)
Scenario G Industrial HAZMAT Accidents
345(6)
Scenario H Suspicious Odors and Unexplained Illness
351(6)
Scenario I External Chemical Attack
357(6)
Scenario J Internal Chemical Attack
363(4)
Scenario K The Biological Attack
367(6)
Scenario L The Crime Scene
373(6)
Scenario M The "Dirty Bomb" and Structural Collapse
379(6)
Appendices
Appendix A Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations and Acronyms
385(6)
Appendix B Threat Basis and Planning Threshold
391(4)
Appendix C Template for a CBRN/HAZMAT Site Survey
395(4)
Appendix D Task Lists, Capability Survey, and Capacity Survey
399(4)
Appendix E Synchronization Matrix for CBRN/HAZMAT Response at a Major Event
403(4)
Appendix F Sample Detection and Identification Decision Trees
407(4)
Appendix G If You Only Read One Page, Read This One!
411(4)
Bibliography 415(6)
Index 421
DAN KASZETA is Senior Research Fellow at the International Institute for Non-Proliferation Studies and Managing Director at Strongpoint Security Ltd. He is also a Correspondent for CBRNe World. Mr. Kaszeta's more than twenty-year career has spanned a broad range of core activities in emergency planning and response. A former captain in the U.S. Army Chemical Corps, Mr. Kaszeta worked for the White House for twelve years as Disaster Preparedness Adviser for the White House Military Office and as Physical Security Specialist for the U.S. Secret Service.