Transit Security Design Guidance - Vehicles
This online engineering PDH course presents a comprehensive set of practical security-oriented design considerations to which transit agencies can refer when preparing their procurement specifications or retrofitting their fleet. Identification of these design considerations is the first step in enabling transit agencies to make informed decisions about improving the security of their vehicle fleets.
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This 3 PDH online course is a resource for transit agency decision makers, members of design, construction and operations departments, security and law enforcement personnel, and consultants and contractors, in providing awareness and understanding of the relationship between vehicle design and security, and explain how transit policy makers and system designers can use the physical design of heavy rail, light rail (including trolleys), and bus vehicles to help protect their employees and passengers.
This PE continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Understanding the general security issues for transit staff
- Knowing the potential security threats to transit vehicles
- Implementing design criteria when preparing procurement specifications or fleet retrofits
- Implementing vehicle security-related design considerations
- Learning lessons from national and international vehicle security events
In this professional engineering CEU course, you need to review the Chapter 7 "Vehicles" of the FTA Publication tilted, "Transit Security Design Considerations" (FTA-
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