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The term "safety engineering" refers to any act of
accident prevention by a person qualified in the field. Safety
engineering is often reactionary to adverse events, also described as
"incidents", as reflected in accident statistics. This arises largely
because of the complexity and difficulty of collecting and analysing
data on "near misses".
Design of Commercial Building to Mitigate Terrorist Attacks
8 PDH - The purpose of this course is to
introduce concepts that can help building designers and building
owners to mitigate the threat of terrorist attacks on new
buildings. This course specifically addresses four
high-population, private-sector building types: commercial
office, retail, multi-family residential, and light industrial,
although many of the concepts presented are also applicable to
other building types and/or existing buildings. The main focus
of the material is explosive attacks, but the course does also
address measures to protect against chemical, biological and
Building Securities Initiatives: Energy Savings & Trade-offs
2 PDH - In this course the student will learn about mold basics,
health effects, prevention, remediation, personal protective
equipment and sampling methods.
Structural Engineering Aspects of World Trade Center Collapse
2 PDH - This course teaches the following specific knowledge and
skills: Structural description of the north and south towers of
the World Trade Center, Key findings of the NIST investigation
on the sequence of events from aircraft impact to building
collapse, and Recommendations from the investigation.
Security engineering is a specialized field of
engineering that deals with the development of detailed engineering
plans and designs for security features, controls and systems. It is
similar to other systems engineering activities in that its primary
motivation is to support the delivery of engineering solutions that
satisfy pre-defined functional and user requirements, but with the added
dimension of preventing misuse and malicious behavior. These constraints
and restrictions are often asserted as a security policy.
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