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During the design process, focus is often on the composition of, and physical security measures associated with, the external facades, doors and windows of buildings. Of equal importance is adequate protection of building services and critical internal spaces.
… … This advice will provide advice to security managers of Publicly Accessible Locations following a change of the threat level …
… in advance of the polling day. A printed copy should be accessible at the site to staff engaged in the process …
Good housekeeping is an important part of your security regime by helping to reduce the opportunity for placing suspicious items or bags and helps to deal with false alarms and hoaxes.
… They offer advice on most events (including events in Publicly Accessible Locations which attract crowds) and provide the …
… warning. Terrorists are likely to favour ‘soft’ targets or publicly accessible locations with little or no protective security …
… response and PAcT kits are up-to-date, secure and easily accessible  RB7 - Prepare alerts, alarms and pre-scripted …
If you or your work premises hold, keep or use stocks of specified disease-causing micro-organisms and toxins, you need to inform the Home Office.
Please note that premises used for counting ballot papers may well be used for other purposes until shortly before counting commences. It is imperative therefore, that a thorough search be made as near as possible to the arrival of the first ballot box. Particular attention must be paid to the storage and delivery areas for ballot boxes, exits and…
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 from hostile actors.