The paper by Khakzad (2017) discusses how reducing the attractiveness of chemical plants and facilities can help reduce the risk of terroristic attacks to which.

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Chemical and process facilities have been considered as potential targets of terroristic attacks. An attack to a chemical facility can not only cause massive property losses and casualties onsite, but can also result in catastrophic consequences offsite, particularly that many of these facilities are located in residential communities (e.g., Sarnia Chemical Valley, ON).
Following the engineering definition of risk, the risk of a terroristic attack is a product of the “attack likelihood” and the “consequences”. Accordingly, one way to reduce the risk of attack would be reducing the likelihood of attack. The Likelihood of attack itself depends on several factors, among which the target’s attractiveness plays a key role. Target attractiveness is as an indication of how attractive the target is in the eyes of attackers.
The paper by Khakzad (2017) discusses how reducing the attractiveness of chemical plants and facilities can help reduce the risk of terroristic attacks to which. Assume you, as a member of the safety management team of a chemical plant, are convinced by this article and want to present it to the management. Prepare a presentation (slide deck) to present the main message of the article.

  • Your boss is too busy and has given you only 10 min to present the article. Thus, the presentation should ideally have no more than 10 slides, including the title page and conclusion.
  • The main reference for preparing the presentation is Khakzad (2017), but you can also use other studies (including those listed in the references) to populate your slides.

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