Threat Level Change Response Procedures

Similar to emergency planning, deciding how to respond to an increase in the threat level should not be done when faced with the increased threat; there should be a well thought out and practiced plan in place to direct what additional protection or preparedness measures will be implemented when the threat increases. TranSystems helps organizations prepare for changes in the local or organizational threat level which could be in response to intelligence of a specific threat (disgruntled employee, employee threatened with domestic violence, activist group actions, labor unrest, etc.) or to an industry or government declaration of a higher threat level.

Responses to an increase in the Threat Level may include actions such as: reducing the number of access points; checking packages, changing access permissions in electronic access systems, restricting vehicle approaches to the building; increasing or adding guard posts; implementing work from home; reviewing emergency plans; and pre-positioning emergency equipment.

TranSystems’ Security Team is an independent security consulting and engineering concern that is not affiliated with, nor has any alliance with, security equipment manufacturers, security installation companies, guard companies, investigators, or any insurance companies that would otherwise bias our recommendations and design.

TranSystems consultants provide Threat Level Change Response planning for a wide variety of clients, including local, state, and federal government facilities; transit agencies; freight rail organizations; intermodal facilities; airports and related facilities; manufacturing, distribution, and warehousing companies; water utilities; electrical power generation and distribution companies; oil and gas refining and distribution companies; telecommunications and data centers; ports and maritime organizations; higher education facilities; and non-profit and cultural organizations.

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