University Vulnerability Mitigating New Risks

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2004 AURIMS Annual Conference



University Vulnerability

Mitigating New Risks

Sheldon Krahe
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Sinclair Knight Merz

Proudly Supporting
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Safeguarding Australia

Mitigating New Threats

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National Security

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Threats and Hazards

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Vulnerability Assessment

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Mitigation Strategies and Protective Design

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Urban Blast Effects

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Passive Defence

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Business Continuity Planning

National Security in 2004

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National Security Hotline

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National Security Web
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site

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National Counter Terrorism Plan

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$2.3b on National Security Measures post 9/11

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2004
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05 Budget commits a further $755m


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There is presently no known specific threat to Australia and the level of
national counter
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terrorism alert remains at medium under our four
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level
alert system . Australian security and intelligence agencies are constantly
monitoring the global situation

Risk Management Approach

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Asset Value Assessment

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Threat Assessment

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Vulnerability Assessment

Asset Value Assessment

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Identifying Functions and Processes

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Identifying Buildings and Infrastructure

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Quantifying Asset Value

Threat and Hazard Assessments

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Law Enforcement Agencies

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Emergency Management and Response Agencies

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Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (T4)


Vulnerability Assessments

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Multi
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Disciplined Team

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Vulnerability Assessment Checklist

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Rating of Relative Vulnerability

Mitigation Strategies & Protective Design

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Site Planning

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Parking and Stand
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off

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Vantage Points and High Speed Vehicle Approaches

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Knowledge and Control of Essential Services

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Progressive Building Collapse

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Glazing and Façade Treatments

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Mailroom Locations

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Ease of Access (University Cards)

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Emergency and Disaster Plans

Urban Blast Effects

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Complex & Enhanced


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Multiple reflected shocks


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Glazing Damage


Injury Causes

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Overpressure induced injuries

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Ear Drums

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Lungs

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Intestines


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Whole body displacement

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Skull Fracture


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Flying glass and debris

Glass fragment embedded in wall

Passive Defence

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Concealment

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Deception

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Redundancy

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Dispersal

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Hardening

Resilience of Reinforced Concrete

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High Strength

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Good Ductility

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Ability to Redistribute Loads

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Good Resistance to Blast

Masonry Structures

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Failure of Mortar Joints

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Can Sustain Severe Cracking without Stability Problems

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Arch Action (Redistribute Loads)

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Typical Yield Line Failures

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Generally Poor Resistance to Blast


Business Continuity Management

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Business continuity planning is about maintaining,
resuming, and recovering the business

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Assessing business risk

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Preparing for a possible emergency or incident

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Developing an incident response methodology

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Developing a business recovery response

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Testing and training

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Regular review and evaluation


Conclusion

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Risk management principles apply to emerging threats

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Develop Emergency Response Plans

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Develop Business Continuity Plans

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Manage your risks