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Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Explosive (CBRE)

Terror attacks utilising chemical, biological, radiological, and high yield explosive agents can cause massive harm and disruption. Learn how you can better prepare your workplaces against CBRE terror threats.

With terror threats becoming more prevalent around the world, it is important for companies to be vigilant against potential weapons that may cause mass disruption.

Recognising potential CBRE threats

Learn about terror attacks using such hazardous materials, including tell-tale signs to look out for.

Overview on biological agents

Learn what biological agents are and be aware on possible biological threats:

  • Definition of biological agent
  • Biological agents of concerns
  • How biological agents work and their characteristic
  • Routes of entry

Biological attacks and threats

It is important for companies to know what biological attacks are, and how to spot the tell-tale signs of an attack to better prepare themselves. Companies should also know what to do and who to contact in the event of such attacks.

Responding to a CBRE terror attack

We share tips on what SGSecure representatives can do in response to terror attacks involving hazardous materials while keeping themselves safe.

Roles of workspaces and general terrorism response framework

Workplaces are not spared from terror threats and attacks. Employers and employees have an important role in preparing the workplace against such terror threats.

A general terrorism response framework consists of:

  • Collecting intelligence
  • Analysing vulnerabilities
  • Taking preventive measures
  • Planning for crisis management
  • Responding to terrorist incidents
  • Performing crisis management

Fire safety

Learn how to identify potential fire hazards at the workplace and prevent fires from occurring. Ensuring that proper safety measures are in place will help evacuation and firefighting efforts.

Questions on CBRE

We address questions such as how to properly dispose expired fire extinguishers, and how digital businesses can approach planning for business continuity should attacks affect them.