May 2002

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HP Automation Safety: Assessing HPI terrorism risk

The events of September 11, 2001 have caused many HPI managers to consider the risk of their facilities becoming potential targets. Intelligence that has been gathered and publicly diss..

Marsza, E. M., exida LLC

The events of September 11, 2001 have caused many HPI managers to consider the risk of their facilities becoming potential targets. Intelligence that has been gathered and publicly disseminated indicates that refineries and production facilities are among the targets being studied by terrorist organizations. In this environment, managers are compelled to act, but should do so thoughtfully to ensure that resources are not squandered in a knee-jerk reaction to a crisis. Like any other risk management task, you need to consider the consequence and likelihood of the hazard being realized. Just like any other potential hazard

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