Quantcast Figure D-22. Description: Collateral Damage Assessment Procedure

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<1> Are Bomb Tactics a Threat? For the asset of interest, if vehicle bombs or
exterior bombs have a design basis threat and level of protection on the DCS
worksheet (see appendixB for all worksheets) then return to igure D-20
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.
Otherwise, proceed to <2>.
<2> Is Collateral Damage a Threat? Refer to Table D-32 for the asset of interest
and the appropriate asset category.  If the asset category is marked with an
"X", proceed to <3>.  Otherwise, return to igure D-20
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.
<3> Create a Collateral Damage Assessment Worksheet.Get a Collateral Damage
worksheet and enter the project, asset, and date at the top of the worksheet.
Proceed to <4>.
<4> For Each Neighboring Asset: For each asset within 1,500 feet (450 m), do <5>
and <6>.  When done, proceed to <7>.
<5> Enter Neighboring Asset. Identify the neighboring asset in column (a) of the
Collateral Damage worksheet.  Enter the distance between the facility housing
the neighboring asset and the facility housing the asset of interest in column
(b).  Enter the design basis threats for moving and stationary vehicle bombs
(row k and columns a and b of the TTSL worksheet) in columns (c) and (g),
respectfully. Proceed to <6>.
<6> Are Vehicle Bomb Tactics a Threat to the Neighboring Asset? f a neighboring
I
asset has a design basis threat for either a moving vehicle bomb, a stationary
vehicle bomb, or both (columns (c) and (g) of the Collateral Damage
worksheet), proceed to <7>.  Otherwise, proceed to <4> for next neighboring
asset.
<7> Collateral Damage Levels of Protection. Determine levels of protection from
collateral damage using the procedure in igure D-23
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.  Proceed to <4> for next
neighboring asset.
<8> Identify Highest Levels for Moving Vehicle Bomb.Identify the highest level of
protection for the moving vehicle bomb tactic (column (f) of the CD worksheet)
and enter that value in the space provided at the bottom of the CD worksheet.
For the level of protection selected, find the highest threat severity level
(column (c) of the CD worksheet) and enter that value in the space provided at
the bottom of the CD worksheet.  Proceed to <9>.
<9> Identify Highest Levels for Stationary Vehicle Bomb.Identify the highest level
of protection for the stationary vehicle bomb tactic (column (j) of the CD
worksheet) and enter that value in the space provided at the bottom of the CD
worksheet.  For the level of protection selected, find the highest threat
severity level (column (g) of the CD worksheet) in the space provided at the
bottom of the CD worksheet.  Proceed to <10>.
<10>Transfer Vehicle Bomb Levels. Transfer threat severity levels for vehicle bombs
to the DCS worksheet by entering the design basis threat severity level for
each tactic (columns (c) and (g) of the CD worksheet) in the "DBT" spaces
associated with the identified asset.  Transfer levels of protection for
vehicle bombs to the DSC worksheet by entering the level of protection for
each tactic (columns (f) and (j) of the CD worksheet) in the "LOP" spaces
associated with the identified asset.  Return tFigure D-20
o
.
Figure D-22
Description:
Collateral Damage Assessment Procedure
Table D-32
Asset Categories with Collateral Damage Potential
Asset Category
Potential
A
X
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