1. Entertaining video on the topic of vulnerability assessments and emergency response plans. Developed for the U.S. EPA Office of Water.

    Drinking water systems serving 3,301 persons or more are required under Public Law 107-188 to assess water system vulnerability to an attach that can disrupt the water supply. Each system is required to prepare an emergency response plan to lessen any impacts of an attack. This video covers requirements related to systems serving between 3,301 and 10,000. A separate video in this series, Emergency Response Plan, covers information on the development of the required plan.

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  2. Entertaining video on the topic of vulnerability assessments and emergency response plans. Developed for the U.S. EPA Office of Water.

    Drinking water systems serving fewer than 3,301 persons are not as formally regulated as larger systems, but still should prepare and keep updated an emergency response plan, as such systems also are subject to disruption from attacks and vandalism. This video will help very small system operators understand what is needed. A separate video in this series, Emergency Response Plan, covers information on the development of the required plan.

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  3. How to prepare an Emergency Response Plan (ERP) for systems serving 3,301 to 10,000 persons. The program highlights the relationship between and the ERP and a system's Vulnerability Assessment, and the process for completing a plan.

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  4. Keeping drinking water safe has always been a concern for states and local water systems. These times require an increasing focus on the security of our drinking water. This video highlights key issues through dramatic scenarios demonstrating security threats, ranging from malicious terrorism to childhood pranks. The video is designed for state personnel and water system operators in systems serving 10,000 or less. It focuses on three questions: Are We Ready? Can We Respond? Can We Recover?

    Good security involves common sense, communications, planning and training. This helps protect us not only from terrorist attacks, but it also creates barriers against the more common problems of vandalism and sabotage by local outsiders and disgruntled employees.

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  5. Keeping drinking water safe has always been a concern for states and local water systems. These times require an increasing focus on the security of our drinking water. This video highlights key issues through dramatic scenarios demonstrating security threats, ranging from malicious terrorism to childhood pranks. The video is designed for state personnel and water system operators in systems serving 10,000 or less. It focuses on three questions: Are We Ready? Can We Respond? Can We Recover?

    Good security involves common sense, communications, planning and training. This helps protect us not only from terrorist attacks, but it also creates barriers against the more common problems of vandalism and sabotage by local outsiders and disgruntled employees.

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