Airport Threat Assessment Terrorism 

Airport Threat Assessment Terrorism

Comprise a comprehensive analysis of all potential threats and vulnerabilities at the Richmond International Airport. This assessment should be conducted without consideration to, or analysis of, existing measures. This is your personal assessment based on your knowledge gained from the information in this course and outside sources (i.e., scholarly, governmental, academic). Prepare a report reflecting the findings from the analysis.
At a minimum, the assignment should include:
• An introduction that provides a brief outlining the purpose of the report.
• identification of stakeholders that are responsible for ensuring security, prevention, and risk management, discussion of the interdependencies, relationships, and legal requirements of the stakeholders.
• a descriiption of the threat assessment that outlines all identified threats and hazards and the potential impact on affected resources (organized by natural, accidental, and international or malicious).
• A descriiption of the vulnerability assessment that outlines all identified vulnerabilities using potential impact categories (catastrophic, critical, limited, minor, and negligible); develop appropriate definitions for each of the categories. Similarly, definitions should be developed for the likelihood of occurrence (highly likely, likely, possible, unlikely, remote/rate). Do NOT assign weights or probabilities to each category. This will be done in the next assignment.
• A summary of your findings. Do NOT make recommendations. This will be done in the next assignment.
INSTRUCTIONS
Explain the assignment in detail. Specify the exact requirements of the assignment. Items to include are outlined as follows:
• Length of assignment: 900-1400 words
o Include in the assignment the following; however, note that these are excluded from the length of the assignment:
Title Page, References, Two Tables
• Format of assignment: APA
• Number of citations: 4
• Acceptable sources (e.g., scholarly articles published within the last five years)

In the concessions operation gross sales are the result of attendance and per capita spending

In the concessions operation gross sales are the result of attendance and per capita spending

In the concessions operation, gross sales are the result of attendance and per capita spending. Equipment is the primary constraint on per capita spending.
True
False

Which type of alcoholic beverage will not usually cause intoxication?

Which type of alcoholic beverage will not usually cause intoxication?

Which type of alcoholic beverage will not usually cause intoxication?
1. a. Beer
2. b. Wine
3. c. Champagne
4. d. Liquor
5. e. None – all types of alcoholic beverages can cause intoxication

There are four main conditions necessary for bacteria to grow

There are four main conditions necessary for bacteria to grow

There are four main conditions necessary for bacteria to grow. Which one of the following is not one of the four main conditions?
a. favorable temperature
b. highly acidic environment
c. time lag of 4 hours
d. sufficient moisture
e. nutrients

Which federal agency deals with laws that affect the foodservice industry

Which federal agency deals with laws that affect the foodservice industry

Which federal agency deals with laws that affect the foodservice industry?
a. Occupational Safety and Health Administration
b. National Safety Council
c. National Health Department
d. Food and Drug Administration
e. Federal Food Administration

Catering in luxury suites in a stadium is done strictly for social purposes

Catering in luxury suites in a stadium is done strictly for social purposes

Catering in luxury suites in a stadium is done strictly for social purposes.

True

False

Employees can use Signs of Impairment to

Employees can use Signs of Impairment to

Employees can use Signs of Impairment to:
a. Determine how quickly a guest is absorbing alcohol
b. Identify a guest’s personality
c. Inform guests about the right way to behave while in the facility
d. Evaluate levels of impairment in guests, which may be due to drinking

The Temperature Danger Zone (TDZ) is between _____ degrees and ______ degrees Fahrenheit

The Temperature Danger Zone (TDZ) is between _____ degrees and ______ degrees Fahrenheit

The Temperature Danger Zone (TDZ) is between _____ degrees and ______ degrees Fahrenheit.
a. 32-110
b. 60-120
c. 40-140
d. 100-165
e. 80-120

Staffing for each type of service vary depending upon the menu and level of service required

Staffing for each type of service vary depending upon the menu and level of service required

Staffing for each type of service vary depending upon the menu and level of service required. Which staffing ratio is recommended for wait staff for sit-down service?

Staffing for each type of service vary depending upon the menu and level of service required. Which staffing ratio is recommended for wait staff for sit down service?
a. 1 per 8-10 guests
b. 1 per 40-50 guests
c. 1 per 10-15 guests
d. 1 per 20-30 guests
e. 1 per 30-40 guests

Discuss the effectiveness and appropriateness of using Serotonin Antagonist and Reuptake Inhibitors SARIs in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders

Discuss the effectiveness and appropriateness of using Serotonin Antagonist and Reuptake Inhibitors SARIs in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders

  1. Describe the role of neurotransmitters in the brain and explain how neurotransmitters affect behaviour such as aggression or mood.
  2. Explain how excitatory and inhibitory neurotransmitters affect neurons in the brain.
  3. Explain the effects of acetylcholine on cognition (thinking), behaviour, or emotion.
  4. Explain the role of GABA on cognition (thinking), behaviour, or emotion.
  5. Explain how the following types of drug affect neurotransmitter activity

(a) Antagonist

(b) Agonist

(c) Reuptake inhibitor

6. Choose 3 psychoactive drugs, explain how each of them affects neurotransmitter activity, and explain their effects on cognition (mental processes) and behaviour.

(a) Drug 1

(b) Drug 2

(c) Drug 3

7. Describe the mechanism by which Serotonin Antagonist and Reuptake Inhibitors produce their therapeutic effects.

8. Discuss the effectiveness and appropriateness of using Serotonin Antagonist and Reuptake Inhibitors (SARIs) in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders.