New sweeping regulations aimed at boosting the security of hazmat railcars that travel through high-threat urban areas have been issued by the government. One rule focuses on route risk assessment, the other on car tracking and documented chains of custody.
Ross Johnson draws on his background to provide an excellent detailed guide for those who are responsible for preventing and responding to acts of terrorism in the corporate sector.
The academic work Balancing Liberty and Security explores the tension between international human rights legislation and the parliamentary system of government in the United Kingdom.
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