The Resource CBRN and Hazmat incidents at major public events : planning and response, Dan Kaszeta, (electronic resource)

CBRN and Hazmat incidents at major public events : planning and response, Dan Kaszeta, (electronic resource)

Label
CBRN and Hazmat incidents at major public events : planning and response
Title
CBRN and Hazmat incidents at major public events
Title remainder
planning and response
Statement of responsibility
Dan Kaszeta
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Contributor
Provider
Subject
Language
eng
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Kaszeta, Dan
Index
index present
LC call number
HV551.2
LC item number
.K387 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Emergency management
  • Special events
  • Public safety
  • Weapons of mass destruction
  • Hazardous substances
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CBRN and Hazmat incidents at major public events : planning and response, Dan Kaszeta, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Machine generated contents note: pt. I Introduction -- ch. 1 The Threat Environment -- Adverse Effects -- Causative Agents: The Spectrum of CBRN/HAZMAT Substances -- Means of Dissemination -- Causative Agents: the Perpetrator -- Multipliers in the Major Event Environment -- Nuisances, Hoaxes, and Communicated Threats -- CBRN/HAZMAT Substances: Characteristics Significant as Planning Considerations -- ch. 2 Differing Perspectives and Philosophies on CBRN/HAZMAT Planning and Response -- Fire Service and HAZMAT -- Military CBRN Defense Philosophy -- Perspective of Police, Law Enforcement, and Security Services -- The Private Security Provider's Perspective -- Medical Perspective -- Scientific and Laboratory Perspective -- pt. II General Planning and Preparedness Efforts -- ch. 3 CBRN In Context: Interagency Planning and Cooperation -- Swimming in the Sea: Keeping CBRN/HAZMAT in Context -- The Safety and Security Bureaucracy: The Sea in Which We Swim -- Interagency Planning and Coordination -- Incident Management Systems -- The Operations Center -- Best Practices -- Common Language -- ch. 4 General Planning Considerations at an Early Stage -- Establish your Planning Threshold -- Reconnaissance: Site Surveys and Walkthroughs -- Resilience -- Legal Considerations -- Communications -- ch. 5 Building Capability and Capacity -- Survey the Existing Capability -- Surveying Capacity -- The Synchronization Matrix as a Planning Tool -- Assessment Schemes -- Training and Exercises -- ch. 6 Equipment Procurement -- Preparing for the Onslaught of Vendors -- Hazard Prediction--- Is it Useful? -- Sensors: Surveillance and Warning -- Protection Technology -- ch. 7 Dealing with Event Venues -- Major Types of Venue -- Architectural, Structural, and Construction considerations -- Planning Considerations for Building Construction -- Securing Venues -- Venue Search -- Screening People -- Screening Goods and Vehicles -- pt. III The Response Disciplines -- ch. 8 Medical Preparedness -- How will CBRN/HAZMAT Present itself to the Medical System? -- The Concept of "Special Events Medical Services" -- General Planning Considerations -- Mass Casualty Planning -- Hospital Decontamination -- Medical Surveillance -- Dealing with the "Worried Well" -- ch. 9 Police, Law Enforcement, Intelligence, and Security Preparedness -- Breaking the Cycle: Disrupting the Process of Terrorism -- Preparing to Operate in a CBRN/HAZMAT Environment -- ch. 10 Preparedness for the Fire and HAZMAT Sector -- Adapting the Response to the Major Event Environment -- Decontamination -- Search and Rescue in the Hot Zone? -- Keeping the Detectives Happy: Learning not to Wreck the Crime Scene -- ch. 11 The Military: Preparing for Military Support to Civil Authorities -- The Nature of Military Support to Civil Authorities -- Types of Military Support to CBRN/HAZMAT Incidents -- Some Issues and Problems with Military Support -- Some Ideas to Integrate Military Support -- ch. 12 Preparedness for Everybody Else -- Public Transportation and Transport Infrastructure -- Financial and Administrative Preparedness -- Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Bomb Squad -- Legal Preparedness -- Preparedness for Event and Venue Management -- Laboratory and Scientific Preparedness -- Reach-Back -- VIP Protection Considerations -- pt. IV Response -- ch. 13 Initial Assessment and Response -- The Golden Hour -- Initial Assessment of the Incident -- Arriving on Scene: Managing the Incident with GEDAPER -- Tactics for the Incident Commander and Responder -- ch. 14 Detection, Measurement, and Identification of Hazards -- Concepts and Definitions -- "Primitive" and "Nonspecific" Sensors -- Chemical and HAZMAT Sensors -- Biological Sensors -- Radiological and Nuclear Sensors -- Integrating Detection and Identification into Operations -- Best Practices for Major Events -- What Not to Do -- ch. 15 Medical Response -- How Will the CBRN/HAZMAT Patient Look? -- Managing the Incident: Being Realistic in Chemical Scenarios -- Field Care: Remember the ABCDD -- Alphabet Soup: Managing the ABCDD in an MCI -- Definitive Care: the Larger Picture -- ch. 16 Decontamination -- Why do Decontamination? -- Issues and Arguments Surrounding Decon -- Categories of Decontamination -- Methods of Decontamination -- Decontamination: Planning Considerations and Tactics -- ch. 17 Law Enforcement and Security Response -- Scene Control and Public Order Issues -- Intervention Scenarios -- Forensics: Collection and Preservation of Criminal Evidence -- The Crime Scene -- Collecting Evidence at a Contaminated Crime Scene -- ch. 18 Consequence Management and Other Related Measures -- Consequence Management -- Public and Media Affairs -- Dealing with the Dead -- Volunteers and "Unaffiliated Responders" -- References -- pt. V Practical Scenarios -- Scenario A The Venue Search -- Scenario B Screening People, Vehicles, and Goods -- Scenario C Radiation Detection and Radiation Alerts -- Scenario D Unattended and/or Suspicious Packages -- Scenario E A "Communicated Threat" -- Scenario F An Anthrax Letter -- Scenario G Industrial HAZMAT Accidents -- Scenario H Suspicious Odors and Unexplained Illness -- Scenario I External Chemical Attack -- Scenario J Internal Chemical Attack -- Scenario K The Biological Attack -- Scenario L The Crime Scene -- Scenario M The "Dirty Bomb" and Structural Collapse -- Appendices -- Appendix A Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations and Acronyms -- Appendix B Threat Basis and Planning Threshold -- Appendix C Template for a CBRN/HAZMAT Site Survey -- Appendix D Task Lists, Capability Survey, and Capacity Survey -- Appendix E Synchronization Matrix for CBRN/HAZMAT Response at a Major Event -- Appendix F Sample Detection and Identification Decision Trees -- Appendix G If You Only Read One Page, Read This One!
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1 online resource.
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9781118529706
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(electronic bk.)
Lccn
2012038171
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Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
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  • 9662008
  • 99951910002
  • (NhCcYBP)ybp9662008
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CBRN and Hazmat incidents at major public events : planning and response, Dan Kaszeta, (electronic resource)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Machine generated contents note: pt. I Introduction -- ch. 1 The Threat Environment -- Adverse Effects -- Causative Agents: The Spectrum of CBRN/HAZMAT Substances -- Means of Dissemination -- Causative Agents: the Perpetrator -- Multipliers in the Major Event Environment -- Nuisances, Hoaxes, and Communicated Threats -- CBRN/HAZMAT Substances: Characteristics Significant as Planning Considerations -- ch. 2 Differing Perspectives and Philosophies on CBRN/HAZMAT Planning and Response -- Fire Service and HAZMAT -- Military CBRN Defense Philosophy -- Perspective of Police, Law Enforcement, and Security Services -- The Private Security Provider's Perspective -- Medical Perspective -- Scientific and Laboratory Perspective -- pt. II General Planning and Preparedness Efforts -- ch. 3 CBRN In Context: Interagency Planning and Cooperation -- Swimming in the Sea: Keeping CBRN/HAZMAT in Context -- The Safety and Security Bureaucracy: The Sea in Which We Swim -- Interagency Planning and Coordination -- Incident Management Systems -- The Operations Center -- Best Practices -- Common Language -- ch. 4 General Planning Considerations at an Early Stage -- Establish your Planning Threshold -- Reconnaissance: Site Surveys and Walkthroughs -- Resilience -- Legal Considerations -- Communications -- ch. 5 Building Capability and Capacity -- Survey the Existing Capability -- Surveying Capacity -- The Synchronization Matrix as a Planning Tool -- Assessment Schemes -- Training and Exercises -- ch. 6 Equipment Procurement -- Preparing for the Onslaught of Vendors -- Hazard Prediction--- Is it Useful? -- Sensors: Surveillance and Warning -- Protection Technology -- ch. 7 Dealing with Event Venues -- Major Types of Venue -- Architectural, Structural, and Construction considerations -- Planning Considerations for Building Construction -- Securing Venues -- Venue Search -- Screening People -- Screening Goods and Vehicles -- pt. III The Response Disciplines -- ch. 8 Medical Preparedness -- How will CBRN/HAZMAT Present itself to the Medical System? -- The Concept of "Special Events Medical Services" -- General Planning Considerations -- Mass Casualty Planning -- Hospital Decontamination -- Medical Surveillance -- Dealing with the "Worried Well" -- ch. 9 Police, Law Enforcement, Intelligence, and Security Preparedness -- Breaking the Cycle: Disrupting the Process of Terrorism -- Preparing to Operate in a CBRN/HAZMAT Environment -- ch. 10 Preparedness for the Fire and HAZMAT Sector -- Adapting the Response to the Major Event Environment -- Decontamination -- Search and Rescue in the Hot Zone? -- Keeping the Detectives Happy: Learning not to Wreck the Crime Scene -- ch. 11 The Military: Preparing for Military Support to Civil Authorities -- The Nature of Military Support to Civil Authorities -- Types of Military Support to CBRN/HAZMAT Incidents -- Some Issues and Problems with Military Support -- Some Ideas to Integrate Military Support -- ch. 12 Preparedness for Everybody Else -- Public Transportation and Transport Infrastructure -- Financial and Administrative Preparedness -- Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Bomb Squad -- Legal Preparedness -- Preparedness for Event and Venue Management -- Laboratory and Scientific Preparedness -- Reach-Back -- VIP Protection Considerations -- pt. IV Response -- ch. 13 Initial Assessment and Response -- The Golden Hour -- Initial Assessment of the Incident -- Arriving on Scene: Managing the Incident with GEDAPER -- Tactics for the Incident Commander and Responder -- ch. 14 Detection, Measurement, and Identification of Hazards -- Concepts and Definitions -- "Primitive" and "Nonspecific" Sensors -- Chemical and HAZMAT Sensors -- Biological Sensors -- Radiological and Nuclear Sensors -- Integrating Detection and Identification into Operations -- Best Practices for Major Events -- What Not to Do -- ch. 15 Medical Response -- How Will the CBRN/HAZMAT Patient Look? -- Managing the Incident: Being Realistic in Chemical Scenarios -- Field Care: Remember the ABCDD -- Alphabet Soup: Managing the ABCDD in an MCI -- Definitive Care: the Larger Picture -- ch. 16 Decontamination -- Why do Decontamination? -- Issues and Arguments Surrounding Decon -- Categories of Decontamination -- Methods of Decontamination -- Decontamination: Planning Considerations and Tactics -- ch. 17 Law Enforcement and Security Response -- Scene Control and Public Order Issues -- Intervention Scenarios -- Forensics: Collection and Preservation of Criminal Evidence -- The Crime Scene -- Collecting Evidence at a Contaminated Crime Scene -- ch. 18 Consequence Management and Other Related Measures -- Consequence Management -- Public and Media Affairs -- Dealing with the Dead -- Volunteers and "Unaffiliated Responders" -- References -- pt. V Practical Scenarios -- Scenario A The Venue Search -- Scenario B Screening People, Vehicles, and Goods -- Scenario C Radiation Detection and Radiation Alerts -- Scenario D Unattended and/or Suspicious Packages -- Scenario E A "Communicated Threat" -- Scenario F An Anthrax Letter -- Scenario G Industrial HAZMAT Accidents -- Scenario H Suspicious Odors and Unexplained Illness -- Scenario I External Chemical Attack -- Scenario J Internal Chemical Attack -- Scenario K The Biological Attack -- Scenario L The Crime Scene -- Scenario M The "Dirty Bomb" and Structural Collapse -- Appendices -- Appendix A Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations and Acronyms -- Appendix B Threat Basis and Planning Threshold -- Appendix C Template for a CBRN/HAZMAT Site Survey -- Appendix D Task Lists, Capability Survey, and Capacity Survey -- Appendix E Synchronization Matrix for CBRN/HAZMAT Response at a Major Event -- Appendix F Sample Detection and Identification Decision Trees -- Appendix G If You Only Read One Page, Read This One!
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118529706
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Lccn
2012038171
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • 9662008
  • 99951910002
  • (NhCcYBP)ybp9662008

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