Continuum
Education

Security Planning and Design Part 4: Building Hardening

Format: CE Course
CE Info: 1.25 HSW LU
Contact Info: Customer Service (customerservice@ncarb.org)

Description:
This course explains concepts for making buildings more resistant to the effects of ballistic attacks, forced entry, and explosions. Blast mitigation structural design methods, tools, and techniques are covered, as well as issues concerning the selection of hardened building materials and components. This course is part of an eight-part series that covers concepts, principles, and processes for incorporating enhanced security into the design of new and existing buildings. Each section can be taken as an individual course. This course was last revised in 2021.

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