Intelligence committee heads: Terror threat rising
WASHINGTON (AP) — The terrorism threat against the United States is increasing and Americans aren't as safe as they were a year or two ago, the leaders of the House and Senate intelligence committees said.
Inspections can be stressful and time consuming for research facility managers and staff. Particularly for facilities seeking acceptance from the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC), site visits from the evaluation team require careful planning and detailed management. The complexity increases exponentially for facilities with a wide variety of animals to care for and diverse research programs underway.
1. It is not about what other organizations are doing.
With Amazon.com and similar online shopping sites, terrorists, disgruntled employees or anyone who wishes to attack your organization, are merely one click away from receiving the components of a weapon of mass destruction.
Poster on the process for receiving and maintaining 70 transgenic mouse lines, presented at the national AALAS show by SoBran and the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases.
FEMA’s mitigation and insurance programs cover individuals, communities, government organizations and businesses. FEMA offers tools every business owner can use to make their organization safer for their employees, and more resilient in case of disaster.
We all have become accustomed to regarding x-ray as a technology that keeps us safe while traveling or attending a large public event. However, mail threats involve completely different security issues.
A mail borne threat can impact an entire organization. It can cause panic among staff. It can shut down operations for days while the threat is investigated and cleared. If an unsafe package enters your workspace, are you sure your team knows what to do? All staff should know the telltale signs of potentially dangerous mail and understand emergency communications, containment and evacuation plans.