Bombs are literally devastating, large amounts of energy are released in milliseconds creating forces capable of destroying buildings, damaging equipment, killing and injuring people. Even the threat of a bomb can cause fear and disruption. This book helps managers develop and implement appropriate bomb safety and security measures to safeguard life, property and reputation while minimising unnecessary disruption, maintaining operations and protecting profitability.
With over 200 pages of practical advice the book provides guidance on how to deal with:
- Bombs of various types
- Unattended items
- Post-Blast situations
In addressing these topics, this book also addresses:
- Hazardous mail
- Emergency procedures
- Training and testing
- Risk assessment and mitigation
- Physical protective considerations and
- Blast modelling
Containing checklists, guides and tools for practical application this Guide is a must have for Security Professionals, Managers and Consultants.
Donald S. Williams CPP holds qualifications in Security Management, Security Risk Management as well as Project and Resource Management; he is a Certified Protection Professional and a Registered Security Professional. He served for 20 years as a bomb technician, was the Bomb Risk Manager for the Sydney 2000 Olympics and Paralympics for which he received the Olympic Order of Merit. Don was the Defence Officer at a National Bomb Data Centre. He is a member of the Institute of Explosive Engineers, the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators and the International Association of Protective Structures. In 2013 he was awarded the Australian Security Medal for his services to the security profession. Don has had over 100 articles on security and emergency management published. He has presented to numerous conferences and has consulted domestically and internationally to public and private sector clients on bomb safety and security.