Introduction. This appendix presents four planning,
analysis, and selection examples.
Design Basis Threat Procedure
Level of Protection Procedure
System Analysis Procedure
Examples a), b), and c) cover risk analysis and example d)
examines glazing system selection. The examples build upon one
another to take an analyst from asset identification through cost
These are not complete examples. They focus on
execution and understanding of the procedures contained in the
Action Tables. Each example is presented in table
format with five columns. They include:
a) Action Number: References a specific action within
b) Action: briefly describes the action taken by the
analyst in executing a procedure.
c) Procedure: name of procedure from which action
d) Figure Number: figure number of procedure.
e) Structure Number: identification number of
structure from listed figure.
Repeat Action. To keep the examples to a reasonable
length, some actions simply repeat a series of previous actions.
These repeat actions are clearly spelled out, citing action
reference numbers for the beginning and end of the repeat cycle
and specifying what items to use.
Example Number 1: Assets Procedure. This example
illustrates how an analyst would identify and categorize assets
while doing a risk analysis. The example begins with structure