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Title: Critical Infrastructure Protection and Higher Education: University of California Hazard Vulnerability Assessment


1
Critical Infrastructure Protection and Higher
EducationUniversity of California Hazard
Vulnerability Assessment
  • Kristine Hafner
  • University of California Office of the President

2
Safety, Security and Anti-Terrorism (SSAT) Task
Force
  • Created in response to September 11
  • University-wide committee co-chaired by VC
    Research and AVP IT
  • Focus
  • Vulnerability / Risk assessment
  • Mitigation plans
  • Policy development
  • Campus-wide dialogue
  • University-wide collaboration

3
Phase 1 Hazard Vulnerability Assessment Process
  • One day assessment process at all 10 campuses
    facilitated by UC Office of President team
  • Broad campus participation , e.g.
  • Administrative VC, Vice Provosts Research,
    Instruction
  • Controller, Risk Manager, Police Chief, Fire
    Marshall, Emergency Manager
  • EHS, Facilities / Physical Plant, Human
    Resources
  • Housing Dining Services, Student Affairs,
    Student Health Services

4
Hazard Vulnerability Assessment Objectives
  • Relative risk ranking for each campus
  • Prioritized mitigation plans
  • UC opportunities to share best practices
  • University-wide strategies to address common
    vulnerabilities

5
Hazard Vulnerability Assessment Tool
  • Assessment includes 24 threats/hazards
  • 7 questions asked about each threat
  • (PC-based voting tool)
  • Probability of occurrence (1 question)
  • Severity of impact
  • Human (2 questions)
  • Facilities (2 questions)
  • Institutional (2 questions)

6
Hazard Vulnerability Assessment Threat/Event
Categories
  • Natural hazards / events
  • Flood
  • Landslide / mudslide
  • High winds
  • Wildfire
  • Catastropic earthquake
  • Tsunami

7
Hazard Vulnerability Assessment Threat/Event
Categories
  • Technological hazards
  • Power failure
  • Water supply disruption
  • Telecommunications system failure
  • Information Technology infrastructure disruption
  • Residential building fire
  • Central administration or laboratory fire
  • Accidental hazardous materials release

8
Hazard Vulnerability Assessment Threat/Event
Categories
  • Human-related events
  • Public health emergency
  • Sports / public event disruption
  • Workplace violence
  • Civil disturbance

9
Hazard Vulnerability Assessment Threat/Event
Categories
  • Terrorism events
  • Truck bomb
  • Mail / package bomb
  • Active shooter
  • Intentional biological agent release
  • Intentional radiological material release
  • Theft of select agents
  • Animal / Crop Vandalism

10
Hazard Vulnerability Assessment Outcome
  • Overall score for each event
  • Probability
  • Severity of impact
  • Relative risk score for each threat
  • Relative risk ranking for each campus
  • Campus mitigation strategies

11
Hazard Vulnerability Assessment Campus actions
  • Identify vulnerable campus locations and critical
    assets
  • Develop interim and long-term mitigation measures
  • Prioritize mitigation actions in light of
    institutional priorities and cost/benefit
    analysis
  • Develop implementation strategies

12
Next Steps
  • Collecting campus mitigation plans
  • Summary report to President by June
  • Overview of findings
  • Opportunities for collaboration
  • Investment priorities
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