Construction Site Security

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Mcgraw-hill, Nov 17, 2005 - Architecture - 438 pages
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In order to meet insurance requirements or earn incentives, construction companies must now put a security plan in place for every construction site. This comprehensive resource covers all the essentials of planning, prioritizing, and implementing construction site security.

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Contents

OVERVIEW
1
THREAT ASSESSMENT AND RISK ANALYSIS BASICS
11
SECURITY OVERVIEW
39
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About the author (2005)

Michael Arata has over 15 years of security experience that includes positions from manager to vice president and consultant. He has developed and managed successful security programs from the ground up for several large organizations including the Director of Corporate Security for a major West Coast construction company.

He holds a master's degree in Public Administration, a B.A. in Business/Public Administration, and a B.S. in Safety and Fire Protection Technology. He has attended numerous seminars and training programs related to security and holds CISSP, CPP, CFE, and ACLM professional certifications.

He has spoken at various professional organization seminars on the subject of security and written articles about security for trade publications. He has guest lectured at the Oklahoma State University and the University of California, Berkeley on safety and security related subjects. He is an adjunct instructor of Criminal Justice at a local college.

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