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Appendix A VULNERABILITY CHECKLIST

The following checklist is provided as an example of information required for a vulnerability analysis. The committee recognizes that agencies may have different requirements for such an analysis, but the information gleaned from such a checklist could serve as a base line for a vulnerability analysis.

1. Security manager

(a) Date _____________________________________________________

(b) Facility ___________________________________________________

(c) Address___________________________________________________

(d) Manager __________________________________________________

(e) Phone number ( )-___________________________________________

2. General facility function and tenants

(a) Leased or owned ___________________________________________

(b) Number of employees _______________________________________

(c) Hours of operation

Mon-Fri.

Shifts

Sat-Sun

Shifts

___

___

open

___

___

___

___

closed

___

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Page 47Appendix A VULNERABILITY CHECKLIST The following checklist is provided as an example of information required for a vulnerability analysis. The committee recognizes that agencies may have different requirements for such an analysis, but the information gleaned from such a checklist could serve as a base line for a vulnerability analysis. 1. Security manager (a) Date _____________________________________________________ (b) Facility ___________________________________________________ (c) Address___________________________________________________ (d) Manager __________________________________________________ (e) Phone number ( )-___________________________________________ 2. General facility function and tenants (a) Leased or owned ___________________________________________ (b) Number of employees _______________________________________ (c) Hours of operation Mon-Fri. Shifts Sat-Sun Shifts ___ ___ open ___ ___ ___ ___ closed ___ ___

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Page 48 (d) Tenant agencies of facility ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ (e) Identify critical missions, functions and personnel ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ___ 3. Building construction, perimeters and entrances (a) Exterior walls (floors 1 thru 5) 1. Thickness: 1-___ 2-___ 3-___ 4-___ 5-___ 2. Material: 1-___ 2-___ 3-___ 4-___ 5-___ (b) Framing system ________________________________ (c) Total building height _____________________________ (d) Exterior door construction ________________________ (e) Window size and type ___________________________ (f) Number of entrances _____________________________ 1. Delivery ___ Controlled ___ 2. Employee ___ Controlled ___ 3. Public ___ Controlled ___ (g) Fences 1. Type ___ 2. Height ___ft 3. Distance from building ___ft (h) Clear zone ___ft (i) Secured zone ___ft (j) Blast zone ___ft (k) Overhead or underground passage ways _____________ Controlled ________________________________________ (l) Window height above grade ________________________ (m) Percent of wall area in windows ___________________ (n) Roof and utility openings __________________________ (o) Tenants adjacent to facility ________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ (p) Height of adjacent buildings _______________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________

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Page 49 4. Vehicle movement and controlled areas (a) Locate public and employee parking areas __________________________________________ __________________________________________ (b) Distance from facility that vehicles can park___ __________________________________________ (c) Authorized vehicles marked with permits______ (d) Public parking under or adjacent to facility_____ (e) Security force controls traffic flow____________ 5. Lighting systems and locations (a) Perimeter lighting ________________________ (b) Parking area lighting______________________ (c) Entrances lighted________________________ (d) Interior lighted after hours__________________ (e) Security lighting system (1) Perimeter system________________________ (2) Back-up system_________________________ 6. Locking controls (a) Facility keys controlled____________________ (b) Positive ID issued_________________________ (c) Compartmentalized facility__________________ (d) Area control system_______________________ (e) Key control system________________________ 7. Alarms (Note if interior or exterior) (a) Type____________________________________ (b) Location_________________________________ (c) Maker___________________________________ (d) List of authorized alarm control personnel______ ___________________________________________ (e) Closed-circuit television_____________________ (f) Motion detection___________________________ 8. Security force (a) Number of guards__________________________ (b) Number of posts___________________________ Roving ___ Fixed ___ Checkpoints _____ (c) Hours facility is under protective service Mon-Fri ___ Sat-Sun ___ (d) Guards reviewed____________________________

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Page 50 How often____________________________________ (e) Updated on terrorist threat ___ How often _______ 1) Evacuation routes ___ Reviewed _______________ 2) Door closings/monitoring ___ Reviewed _________ 3) Areas to be searched ___ Reviewed ______ and sequence 4) Notify local law ___ Reviewed _____ enforcement 9. Employee and visitor controls (a) Is there a vistor check-in post __________________ Where is it located___ (b) Are visitors escorted through the facility ______________________________________________ (c) Positive ID systems used______________________ Types and locations_____________________________ ______________________________________________ (d) List of other companies and their employees allowed to enter the facility Company Employees ___ ___ ___ ___ 10. Mail handling areas (a) Single handling area___________________________ (b) Multiple areas___ (c) Procedure for checking for letter/package bombs ___ (d) Are incoming deliveries on sealed trucks _______________________________________________ (e) Are seals checked_____________________________ _______________________________________________ (f) Inspection of supplies and materials_______________ _______________________________________________ (g) How close are outside storage areas to the facility _______________________________________________ 11. Information (control of classified) (a) Is classified material checked out by a single individual ________________________________________________ (b) Paper waste disposal____________________________ (c) Daily check____________________________________

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Page 51 12. Trash pickup and scrap control (a) Are vehicles checked in or inspected upon entry to facility _______________________________________________ (b) Are containers next to facility____________________ (c) Are pick up hours and dates fixed_________________ _______________________________________________ 13. Personnel security checks (a) Are background investigations conducted___________ How often________________________________________ (b) When are keys and positive ID devices given to new employees ______________________________________ 14. Symbolic characteristics of the facility (a) High ranking or very important persons in facility _____ ________________________________________________ (b) Facility open ___ closed ___ (c) Shrines, museums housed in facility________________ 15. Availability of anti-terrorist security force_____________ _________________________________________________ 16. Secured communication lines (a) Primary________________________________________ (b) Back-up communication system____________________ 17. Response time of security forces Distance ___(mi) Time ___(hrs) 18. Location in or outside of urban areas Distance to urban areas ___(mi) Time ___(hrs) 19. Geographic region and proximity to foreign borders Description_________________________________________ Distance ___(mi) Time ___(hrs) 20. Access to the facility by the public (a) Roads: Type ___ Distance ___(mi) Time ___(hrs) (b) Airfields: Type ___ Distance ___ (mi) Time ___ (hrs) (c) Waterways: Type ___ Distance ___ (mi) Time ___ (hrs)