Doug Bedell — September 26, 2016, 11:40 am

FEMA Offers Site Security Protection Manual

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The Federal Emergency Management (FEMA) provides guidance on protecting building sites from terrorist attacks in its manual, “Site and Urban Design for Security“. Chapters three through five are especially helpful on perimeter security protection.

“A perimeter security design,” FEMA explains, “involves two main elements” – the perimeter barrier that prevents unauthorized vehicles and pedestrians from entering the site, and access control points at which vehicles and pedestrians can be screened and, if necessary, inspected before they pass through the barrier.”

PRO Barrier Engineering provides consulting guidance in sorting through these issues – all around the aim of providing effective, reliable site safety.

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