9781420078343

Building Vulnerability Assessments: Industrial Hygiene and Engineering Concepts

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  • ISBN13:

    9781420078343

  • ISBN10:

    1420078348

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-06-26
  • Publisher: CRC Press

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Summary

A concise presentation of structural vulnerability issues, this resource focuses on the range of vulnerabilities that can and should be addressed from design implementation through securing a building from intrusion from all types of threats. It aids building owners and operators in quickly determining appropriate risk management both during normal operation and when emergencies occur. The volume explores ventilation systems, the value of sheltering versus evacuation, design options, decontamination methods, and mechanical systems. It also presents summaries of regulations that are used to determine if chemicals create a risk to off-site locations or constitute a homeland security vulnerability.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
About the Authorsp. xi
Introduction to Vulnerability Assessmentsp. 1
Assessment: Threat Analysisp. 35
Regulations, Building Codes, Industry Standards: Compliance Documentationp. 99
Site and Building Featuresp. 119
Chemical Threatsp. 137
Biological Threatsp. 151
Radiation and Nuclear Threatsp. 173
Airborne Hazard: Protection Optionsp. 195
Pressure Differentials and Airborne Contaminant Controlsp. 229
Filtrationp. 241
VAC Control Systemsp. 267
VAC Systems Design Featuresp. 275
Temperature Management Equipmentp. 295
Piping Systemsp. 311
Decontamination Methods, Biocides, and Personal Protective Equipmentp. 323
Building Materials and Decontamination: Discussion of General Decontamination Terms and Method for Specific Building Materialsp. 341
Decontamination of Ventilation Systems: Discussion of General Decontamination Terms and Methods for Ventilation Systemsp. 371
Emergency Plansp. 383
Acronymsp. 395
Indexp. 401
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