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Initially defining the anticipated threats of a critical asset or facility is imperative to implement an effective physical site security program. Achieve protection objectives by establishing and maintaining the perimeter with physical security procedures and products. Establishing a perimeter with gates, fences, barriers, bollards, pillars, planters, and pedestrian and vehicular access control systems. Successful ASTM F2781-15 and ASTM F2656-07specification integration to assist with achieving deter, deny, delay, detect, and respond to threats through integration of intrusion detection sensors, cameras, lighting, and communication equipment with perimeter products. Procedural security threat policies can be employed. Highlighting a holistic approach to physical site security and reviewing recent product developments (with test video clips), design/build technologies, and procedures will be discussed.
- Participants will understand the need for a holistic approach to physical site security in addressing blast mitigation and standoff distances.
- The functions of passive and active perimeter security barriers with procedures to incorporate those barriers for effective result.
- Innovations and recent developments with regard to design/build technologies,
- Protecting critical infrastructure assets and facilities and discusses desired outcome of effectively implicating products and procedures