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… The use of vehicles as a weapon remains a realistic possibility, amongst other forms of attack covered later in this section. Vehicles are widely … including relatively unsubstantial ones, for fear of rendering the vehicle unusable and bringing the attack to …
… If you are alerted to a firearms or weapons attack, stay calm, RUN or HIDE, only when it is safe … e.g. substantial brickwork/heavy reinforced walls. Be aware of your exits. Try not to get trapped. Be quiet, silence … – Describe the attacker, numbers, features, clothing, weapons etc. Further information – Casualties, type of
… bleach contain precursors, so there is a need to be aware of stock and which substances need to be monitored. Know … work in a laboratory, you can contact your local counter terrorism security adviser (CTSA) to find out about Project … use chemical, biological and radioactive (CBR) materials as weapons. Owing to the difficulty of obtaining CBR materials …
… NPSA has partnered with the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) to deliver best practice guidance for communications professionals on the preparation and management of threats … facing organisations; from left and extreme right wing terrorism to cyber crime and hacktivism.   For more …
… This document outlines a set of options which can be used by the private sector and … is fit for purpose in meeting the ever-changing threat from terrorism to the UK.   1. Threat level Since 2006, … as:  Marauding attack (with firearms or bladed/blunt force weapons ) Vehicle as a weapon Improvised Explosive Devices …
… Good housekeeping is an important part of your security regime, helping to reduce the opportunity … Keep litter bins to a minimum and consider use of clear bags for waste disposal as it provides an easier … items can be concealed Remove items that could be used as weapons such as such tools or service equipment etc.   Mail …
… arrange for a responsible person with local knowledge of the premises to assist you conducting a search to … threats, including criminal activity, unlawful protest and terrorism. SCaN training empowers your staff to correctly … the Event of a Bomb Threat How to Respond to a Firearms or Weapons attack Summary and Supporting Materials For further …
… 1. Introduction The UK is the heaviest user of ammonium and ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers in the … explosives. The blending, storage, transport and use of fertilisers is commonplace, especially in the farming … for terrorists to steal and use these materials as weapons.   Anyone who stores or handles fertilisers, must …
Terrorism threat levels are designed to give a broad indication of the likelihood of a terrorist attack and are based on a … respond using REMOVE.REMOVE.REMOVE. respond to firearms and weapons attacks and the importance of Run. Hide. Tell. …
… is staffed by subject matter experts in the methodology of Vehicle as a Weapon (VAW) attacks and the deployment and use of the National Barrier Asset (NBA). …   The unit … the National Barrier Asset, which is a substantial amount of tested hostile vehicle mitigation (HVM). The unit …