||Seattle-King County, Washington community case study report security and preparedness practices a collaborative approach to water sector resiliency. [electronic resource] :
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Water.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water,
Water utilities--Security measures--Washington (State)--King County. ;
Water treatment plants--Security measures--Washington (State)--King County. ;
Water utilities--Washington (State)--King County--Safety measures. ;
Water treatment plants--Washington (State)--King County--Safety measures.
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||viii, 69 p. : digital, PDF file, col. ill.
The primary goal of the Case Study was to identify and document select examples of protective practices being implemented within the Seattle-King County area that validate the key features of an active and effective protective program developed by the National Drinking Water Advisory Councils (NDWAC or Council) peer-led working group; the Critical Infrastructure Partnership Advisory Council (CIPAC) Metrics Workgroup for Water would subsequently revise these key features. The features were developed as elements that, when applied individually or together, would help improve the water sectors ability to protect its systems, respond effectively to all types of emergencies, and safeguard public health and safety.
Title from title screen (viewed on Feb. 10, 2010). "October 2008." "EPA No. 817-R-08-011." "Prepared under the Work Assignment No. 2-08 Active and Effective Security Program Support, EPA Contract No. EP-C-05-045, Technical, Analytical, and Regulatory Mission Support for the Water Security Division".