A comprehensive and practical guide to security organization and planning in industrial plants Features Basic definitions related to plant security Features Countermeasures and response methods Features Facilities and equipment, and security organization Topics covered are applicable to multiple types of industrial plants Illustrates practical techniques for assessing and evaluating financial and corporate risks Provides a comprehensive and practical guide to security organization and planning in industrial plants A primer on industrial security written from a slightly different viewpoint. 'Industrial Security: Managing Security in the 21st Century' focuses on analysis of threats, gives practical examples and guides to security standards and guides, and points the way to improving the overall issue of security. It deals with issues of planning, response, and strategies to implement and improve physical security in manufacturing and chemical facilities, and it can be used as a textbook for teaching the subject of industrial security. Based upon research and lectures on security topics which were presented in the Middle East to supervisors of an oil company guard force. The book covers planning and the risks of setting up a security operation, as well as how to balance the need for upgrades against potential losses. Other topics such as fire and hazmat, two issues which are not usually discussed in security books, are covered. 'Industrial Security' features: Basic definitions related to plant security Countermeasures and response methods Facilities and equipment, and security organization While other texts cover the mechanics of managing and running a guard force, no other current book deals with the foundation and planning behind security operation. The wide range of topics featured in this book can be applied to a multitude of industrial plants. David L Russell, PE is an Environmental Engineer with a background in consulting and in the Chemical Industry. He has over 40 years of experience including 9 years in the chemical industry for Hooker, IMC Chemical and Allied Chemicals. He was an instructor for the American Institute of Chemical Engineers where he taught courses in Practical Wastewater Treatment and Hazardous Materials and Hazardous Wastes. Russell has lectured on security topics to the NATO Advanced Scientific Institute, and has lectured on the responses to terrorism for the Dubai Water and Power Utility, Dubai, UAE, and Saudi Aramco's Security Force and the General Industries Petroleum Company, Bahrain, Security Force. Lieutenant Colonel Pieter Arlow is a Senior Officer within the South African National Defense Force (SANDF), and has over 30 years of experience. He is also an instructor and Senior Security Officer, and has organized and managed many security projects. As an Officer of the SANDF, Lt.Col. Arlow has expertise in risk analysis management, risk assessment, military operations management, intelligence and counter-intelligence, terrorism and counter insurgency, force employment and operations and security management. Additionally he had been appointed as the Joint Commander for national events such as the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meetings and the World Economic Forums and has organized security for events such as the 2010 FIFA World Cup.