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                           FACILITIES PROTECTION PLAN
                      0.  S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
                                               Environmental Protection Agency
                                               Library               Room 240%
                                               4O1  M Street, SW, W3M PM-213
                                               Washington, D.C.   20460 ,  -
                                 HEADQUARTERS
                               WASHINGTON, D.C.
                            WATERSIDE MALL COMPLEX
EPA
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                            FACILITY SELF-PROTECTION PLAN
                        U. S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
                                   HEADQUARTERS
                                TABLE OF CONTENTS
        Part I   -   General
                     A.   Introduction
                     B.  -Authority
                     C.   Purpose
                     D.   Applicability
        Part II  -   Duties and Responsibilities
                     A.  Director - Security and  Inspection Division
                     B.  Chief - Security Branch
                     C.  Personnel - Security and Inspection Division
                     D.  Uniformed Guard Force
                     E.  EPA Health Unit
                     F.  Floor Wardens
                     G.  Stairway Monitors
                     H.  Security Evacuation Monitors
        Part III -   Operational Plans
        Chapter 1    Emergency Evacuation
        Chapter 2    Fire
        Chapter 3    Bomb Tnreats
        Chapter 4    Hostage Situation
        Chapter 5    Explosions
        Chapter 6    Civil Demonstrations
        Part IV  -   Facility Self-Protection Organization
                     Floor Wardens and Stairway Monitors
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A.  West Tower
B.  Second Floor Mall
C.  Third Floor Mall
D.  East Tower

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Part V   -   Miscellaneous Appendices
             A.  Alarm Box Locations - Second floor Mall
             B.  Alarm Box Locations - Third Floor Mall
             C.  Alarm Box Locations - East Tower
             D.  Alarm Box Locations - West Tower
             E.  Emergency Personnel Listings/Telephone Numbers
             F.  Agency Personnel/Telephone Numbers
             G.  Second Floor Mall Layout
             H.  Third Floor Mall Layout
             I.  East and West Tower Layout
             J.  Mall Fire Bell Code
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                             PART I


                   FACILITIES PROTECTION PLAN

                             GENERAL
A.  Introduction.  The danger of fire, bomb threat, explosions, and
hostage situations and other threats to safety of life and property
make it mandatory that a self-protection plan to protect personnel
and property against these hazards be established and implemented.

B.  Authority.  GSA requires development of a self-protection plan in
accordance with FPMR, Chapter D, Subpart 101-20.5, Physical Protection;
and HB, Disaster Control and Civil Defense in Federal Buildings (PBS
P 2460.1A) and HB, Physical Protection, Chapter II, (PBS P 5930.2A).

C.  Purpose.  This plan prescribes specific responsibilities and pro-
cedures to be followed in implementing the Facility Protection Plan
for the EPA Waterside Mall Complex. The plan has been designed to
assure the safety of employees in the event of an emergency.

D.  Applicability.  This plan is applicable only for the employees and
visitors at the EPA Headquarters, Waterside Mall Complex, Washington,
D.C.  The complex is subdivided into three separate buildings, i.e.,
West Tower, Mall, and East Tower for evacuation purposes.  The
emergency alarm systems are separate for each building.

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                             PART II


                    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


A.  Director - Security & Inspection Division

Will be responsible for planning and coordinating all emergency evacu-
ation situations at the EPA Waterside Mall Complex.  He will notify
and keep informed appropriate agency officials of all situations.  He
will work with police and fire officials by rendering all assistance
possible.

B.  Chief - Security Branch

Will act as second in command in the presence of the Director,
Security and Inspection Division.  In the Director's absence, he will
assume all the Director's responsibilities.

C.  Personnel - Security & Inspection Division

Assist the Director, Security & Inspection Division as required.

D.  Uniformed Guard Force

Assist the Director, Security & Inspection Division as required.

E.  EPA Health Unit

Render first aid to employees injured or requesting aid during an
evacuation situation.

P.  Chief Warden

Is a member of the Security and Inspection Division and assists the
Director, Security and Inspection Division, as required.

G.  Floor Wardens

Under the general direction of the Director, Security & Inspection
Division, the Floor Wardens will direct the evacuation of their floors
and/or areas.  Their duties Include:

      1.  Directing a brisk and orderly flow of personnel by designated
routes.

      2.  Assuring that all persons have vacated' the floor and/or area
during an evacuation.

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      (3)    Maintaining a current list of handicapped employees on their
floor and/or area.  The list will be provided and updated by the Security
Office. Ihe Floor Warden will assist handicapped persons using procedures
outlined in this plan.

      (4)    Leaving the floor only when it is completely evacuated as
the hazard permits.

      (5)    Reporting the status of their floor's evacuation to the EPA
Security Evacuation Monitors at the exit to the evacuation zone.

H.  Stairway Monitors.  Lhder the direction of the Floor Warden, the
Stairway Monitor controls the movement of personnel in the stairway.
His duties include:

      (1)  Keeping door open to stairway.

      (2)  Keeping personnel in single file in stairway and instructing
them to grasp handrail.

      (3)  Keeping personnel moving steadily at a walking pace and not
permitting them to run.
           dosing door after. all personnel in line have passed through
door and leaving post when the Floor Warden so advises.

      (5)  If an urgency exists requiring that particular floor to be
cleared immediiately obtain right-of-way from monitor below and assure
the stairway is cleared.

I.  Security Evacuation Monitors.  The Security Evacuation Monitors
will be assigned from personnel of the EPA Security and Inspection
Division. Under the general direction of the Director, Security and
Inspection Division, the Security Evacuation Monitors will help maintain
crowd control outside building and record evacuation reports from
Floor Wardens. These Monitors will be stationed outside of all exits
to an evacuation zone. They will be identified by a green armband
and equipped with a bullhorn and hand radio.

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                            PART III


                    EMERGENCY EVACUATIONS


CHAPTER 1

A.  General.  The necessity of effecting an emergency evacuation of
part or all of EPA Headquarters may arise at any time. The reason
for the evacuation could be fire, explosion, bomb threats, or any
number of other reasons. This possibility requires a plan that ensures
the safety and orderly exodus from the building of all employees and
visitors.

B.  Action Personnel

1.  Director, Security and Inspection Division

2.  Chief, Security Branch

3.  All Personnel, Security and Inspection Division

4.  Uniformed Security Guard Force

5.  Floor Wardens and Stairwell Monitors

6.  EPA Health Unit

7.  GSA Police, MPD, and Fire Units

C.  Procedures

1.  At all times when the building fire alarm sounds, employees should
evacuate the building.  In the event an employee pulls the fire alarm,
accidentally or deliberately, the Security Office will immediately check
it out.  This is necessary to determine the need to continue organized
evacuation procedures or advise agency employees that the fire alarm is
false.  If the situation requires the need for continued evacuation,
for fire and other alarms, the EPA Security and Inspection Division will
be responsible for continuously announcing evacuation instructions over
the building public address system.

2.  Floor Wardens and Stairwell Monitors will take up their assigned
positions and assist employees and visitors to evacuate the building in
an orderly fashion.  The Wardens are to check each office in their area
to make sure all persons have left.  Handicapped people who are not

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 capable of negotiating a stairway In a fire emergency should proceed
 to a place adjacent to the nearest exit stairway and await further
 instructions.  In any event, the Floor Warden should have the Stairway
 Monitor advise the Security Evacuation Monitor at the exit that a
 handicapped person is still on the floor. In the event of fire, these
 people may have to be physically carried out of the building by police
 and firemen or others.  The ELoor Warden is to report the complete clear-
 ance of his area or if anyone refuses to evacuate, attempt to obtain
 their name(s) and report it to the Security Evacuation Monitor.

 3.  Normally the Fire Department personnel will handle the actual
 evacuation of handicapped employees.  The Security and Inspection
 Division will be responsible for identifying all handicapped employees
 and maintaining a current list of these employees.

 4.  Uniformed security guards assigned to fixed posts within the Mall
 shall maintain their post and will not allow personnel to re-enter
 the building until an all clear is received.  They shall abandon
 their posts only if they are in immediate danger due to circumstances
 surrounding the emergency situation.

 5.  The Health Unit personnel will be notified by the Chief Warden and
 will stand by at the evacuation site to assist any Injured employees
 or help as requested.  Tne Health Unit is to be available until the all
 clear is authorized.

 6.  Personnel of the Security and Inspection Division will assist In
 the evacuation in a manner called for by specific plans, i.e., fire,
 bomb threats, etc.  Security and Inspection Division personnel will
 assist police and fire units as needed.  They are to help control the
 crowd of employees and spectators outside the Immediate entrances to
 the evacuation area.  All Security and Inspection Division personnel
 will carry hand radios if the situation requires it. Radios will be
 utilized during a bomb threat on a selective basis so directed by the
 Chief, Security Branch.

 7.  Tne Director, Security and Inspection Division or his designated
 representative will keep appropriate agency officials advised of events
 as they occur.

 8.  Outside public media people will be handled through the Public Aware-
 ness Office.

 9.  In all cases, fire and police units will be notified as prescribed
 in other specific incident plans.

10.  Tne Director, Security and Inspection Division or his designated
 representative, after consulting with fire and police officials, can
 authorize employees to reenter the evacuated building.

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11.  A legible floor plan of each floor in the two towers and the mall
 will be prominently posted on each floor.  The plan will indicate the
 stairwell exit of each floor.

 D.  Instructions.   Floor Wardens and Stairwell Monitors will receive
 periodic instructions as to their duties and responsibilities by the
 Security and Inspection Division. Personnel of the Security and
 Inspection Division will receive instructions on techniques for their
 duties in an emergency situation. Special instruction will normally
 be given by local fire and police departments.

     Periodic EPAGram notices on emergency procedures will be generated
 by the Security and Inspection Division to educate the Headquarters
 employees.

 E.  Drills and Tests.  Tests of the fire alarm and public address
 systems will be conducted on a periodic basis under the authority
 of the Director, Security and Inspection Division.

     Fire drills will be conducted on an annual basis throughout the
 Waterside Mall Complex. Ihese drills will be supervised by the Security
 and Inspection Division.

 P.  Public Address System.  This system will be used to apprise
 employees of pertinent information during an emergency situation.
 This system will give a rapid means of communicating with the maximum
 number of employees. This plan divides the EPA Waterside Mall Complex
 into three primary zones, i.e., the East Tower, West Tower, and
 the Mall.  The public address system will be zoned accordingly", and
 be capable of contacting separate floors in a zone, if required by the
 situation.  A central control panel for the system will be located
 in the agency uniformed guard control center.  A remote panel will
 be located in the Security and Inspection Division office.

 G.  Reports and Records.  The Security and Inspection Division will
 maintain an updated record of Floor Wardens and Stairwell Monitors.
 A record of all physically handicapped employees will be maintained
 and used for emergency evacuations only.  The Security and Inspection
 Division will notify the Floor Wardens of all the physically handi-
 capped employees on their floors.

     GSA Building Management will be notified of any discrepancies
 in alarm systems, fire fighting apparatus, and egress facilities by
 the Chief Warden.  Periodic inspections of these systems will be
 conducted by the Chief Warden.

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                              FIRE
CHAPTER 2

A.  General. There always exists the possibility of a fire within the
EPA Waterside Mall Complex or the commercial mall area.  A fire in
either of these areas could severely affect the health and safety of
all EPA employees. In a situation of this type, rapid and orderly
evacuation is of the highest necessity.

B.  Action Personnel.

Director, Security and Inspection Division

Chief, Security Branch

All personnel, Security and Inspection Division

Uniformed Guard Force

Floor Wardens and Stairwell Monitors

GSA Police, MPD, and Fire Departments

Health Unit

C.  Fire Alarm System.  The fire alarm system of the Waterside Mall
Complex is divided into three zones, i.e., East lower, West Tower, and
Mall. These zones are separate from each other and operate independently.

D.  Procedures.

1.  Reporting - Fire alarm boxes are located on corridor walls of each
floor of every EPA building in the Waterside Mall Complex.  Employees
should know the location of the alarm box nearest their office.  In the
event of a fire, the employee should activate an alarm box and notify
the EPA Security Office by telephone, if time permits.

2.   Alarm - Gongs or large bells in conjunction with the emergency
public address system will be used to notify employees and visitors of
the emergency.

3.   Actions - When the fire alarm sounds, Floor Wardens and Stairway
Monitors will take their assigned positions and carry out their re-
ponsibilities.  Security Evacuation Monitors will be dispatched to
the affected zone.

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    a.  The Director, Security and Inspection Division, along with his
staff, will respond to the emergency to begin coordinating the evacua-
tion effort. A security officer will be sent to the guard control to
make appropriate notification to police and fire units. This security
officer will oversee the operation of a central public address system.
All available uniformed guards will be dispatched to the evacuation
zone to assist as directed by the Director, Security and Inspection
Division or his representative.

    The Director, Security and Inspection Division will be responsible
for keeping appropriate agency officials notified of the situation.

    b.  The EPA Health Unit will be notified by the Security Office
to render assistance at the evacuation zone.

    c.  Outside media people will be handled through the EPA Public
Awareness Office.

    d.  The Director, Security and Inspection Division or his repre-
sentative, after consulting with fire and police officials, may
authorize employees to reenter the evacuated zone.

    e.  Elevators will normally not be used for evacuation purposes.
However, when a knowledgeable and authorized person determines that
it is safe to use the elevators, they may be used to evacuate handi-
capped persons. The location of the fire is a predominate factor in
making this decision. For instance, elevators remote from the fire
area may be safe to use. Normally the decision regarding the safety
of an elevator during a fire emeregency should be made by the
responding fire department and the elevator manually operated by its
personnel.

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                          BOMB THREATS


CHAPTER 3

A.  General.  Bomb threat contingency plans are essential in today's
environment.  Although most bcmb threats are false, it is necessary
to have the capability to evaluate threats and to assess the need to
evacuate.  Bomb threats, whether real or not, can cause panic where
employees, particularly handicapped employees, can be harmed or
injured in reacting to the situations.  These plans are to assist
employes in the event an orderly evacuation is necessary.

B.  Action Personnel

1.  Director, Security and Inspection Division

2.  Chief, Security Branch

3.  All personnel, Security and Inspection Division

4.  Uniformed Guard Force

5.  GSA Police and MPD

6.  U. S. Army (HDD)

7.  floor Wardens and Stairwell Monitors

C.  Area Designation.  This plan is applicable to EPA Headquarters
at Waterside Mall.  The Headquarters complex is divided into three
subdivisions; the East Tower, West Tower, and the Mall.  These three
subdivisions - are the finite dividing lines in  any bomb threat opera-
tion.  In considering the mall, the commercial shopping center will
also be included and the Security and Inspection Division will work
in coordination with Town Center Management.

D.  Procedures

1.  Upon the receipt of a reported bomb threat within the Headquarters
complex, the Director, Security and Inspection Division or the Senior
Security official present must initiate a series of actions based on
the context of the bcmb threat.

2.  Tne Senior Security Official present at the time of any bomb
threat will be responsible for notifying and keeping informed appro-
priate agency officials.  These officials should be kept informed of
changes in the situation in the event an evacuation order is required.

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 3.  The EPA Administrator or his designee will make the decision to
 order an evacuation of part or all of the EPA Waterside Mall complex.

 4.  Depending on the situation, a Security Team may be dispatched to
 the area.  The team leader should have the capability of telephone and
 radio communications with the Guard Control Center.  Extreme care
 must be taken in the use of a radio in an alleged bomb location; a
 radio signal could trigger a real bomb.  The team will make a thor-
 ough search of the suspected bomb location.  Measures are to be taken
 not to alarm employees any more than is required by the search.  Sus-
 picious objects will not be physically inspected by the search team, but
 identified for the U. S. Army (EOD) or police bomb squad people.

 5.  If the need to evacuate employees is determined, the finite Head-
 quarters subdivision affected would normally be evacuated first.  The
 fire alarm would be activated and verbal instructions would be broad-
 cast on the public address system from the guard control center or the
 Security and Inspection Division. A team would be assigned to ensure
 the safe evacuation of all handicapped employees in the area.  Pro-
 cedures outlined in the emergency evacuation plan are to be used in
 this operation. Security officers along with uniformed security
 guards will assist in crowd control outside of the evacuation zone.

 6.  The Health Unit will be present to assist any injured employees
 or visitors from the building or area being cleared.

 7.  The MPD bomb search dog team cannot be used unless the alleged
 bomb location is cleared of extraneous personnel and sealed off during
 a search operation.  The use of this dog team will entail the need
 for an evacuation of the entire affected zone.  Instruction on the
 use of search dogs and the extent of evacuation will be based
 on advice by MPD.

 8.  News .media people will be handled as outlined in the emergency
 evacuation plan.  Security and Inspection Division personnel are not
 to release information concerning the incident on their own volition.

 9.  For bomb threats received after normal duty hours - past 4:00 p.m. -
 the guard control center will notify GSA police immediately.  Evacuation
 procedures remain in effect the same as during normal duty hours.

10.  The order to reenter will be the same as in the emergency evacua-
 tion plan.

 E.  EPA Bomb Data Information Card.  All agency telephones with num-
 bers listed in the public telephone directory should have a copy of
 EPA Form 1480-36 "EPA Bomb Data Information" readily available near

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the telephone.   This form outlines pertinent Information to look
for when an employee receives a bomb threat call.  (See Chapter 3,
Appendix A.)

F.  Training.  All Security and Inspection Division personnel will
receive periodic training on bomb threats and procedures in conducting
searches.  The U.S. Army 6 7th (EOD) will give the training on request.

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                      HOSTAGE CONTINGENCY


CHAPTER 4

A.  Purpose.  Tne purpose of this plan is to set up contingency pro-
cedures for Security Branch Personnel in the event of a hostage situ-
ation at EPA Headquarters.

B.  Action Personnel

1.  Director, Security and Inspection Division

2.  Chief, Security Branch

3.  All Security and Inspection Division personnel

4.  Wackenhut Guard Force

5.  GSA Police and MPD

C.  Procedures

1.  If a report of a hostage situation is received at the Security
Office, the Chief of the Security Branch will dispatch two Security
Officers and the Captain of the Wackenhut Guards to the scene, and will
concurrently notify the Director, Security and Inspection Division.
The Security Officers are to confirm the report. One of the Security
Officers will carry a hand radio to relay information to the Security
Control Center. Tne radio is not to be used in the presence of the
hostage scene.

2.  Upon verification of the hostage incident, the Security Officer will
make a rapid initial evaluation of the situation.  He will irmiediately
report back to the Chief, Security Branch with all known details to
include:

      a.  Location of Incident

      b.  Any Weapons Seen

      c.  Number of Persons Involved

      d.  Description of Individual(s)

      e.  General Evaluation of Situation

The Chief, Security Branch will dispatch Security Officers and uniformed
guards to the scene as required, and notify the GSA Police and MPD.

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Ihe Director, Security and Inspection Division will make appropriate
notification of the incident to Agency officials.  Ihe Captain of the
Wackenhut guards will render any assistance as required by the situation
in consultation with the Security Officer.

3.  Ihe Senior EPA Security Qffical at the scene shall assume leader-
ship of the Security Force.  He will be responsible for evacuating and
insuring the safety of any employee in the immediate locale.  The uni-
formed guards will block off all approaches to the hostage area and
insure that no unauthorized persons pass through.  The area surround-
ing the incident is to be isolated as rapidly as possible.

4.  The Chief, Security Branch will dispatch an EPA U.S. Marshal to the
EPA Administrator's Office.  The Marshal is to provide security for the
Administrator.  He will be armed and have a radio to maintain communi-
cation with the senior EPA Security Offical at the hostage scene.  A
uniformed guard will be assigned to support the U. S. Marshal in his
mission.

5.  A Security Officer will be assigned to meet GSA Police and MPD
Officers at the appropriate entrance to act as a guide.  The senior EPA
Security Official will brief the senior Police Officials at the site of
the hostage incident.  Once the GSA Police or the MPD arrive, they will
take over the situation and the EPA Security Force will work in cooper-
ation with the police.

6.  The EPA Health Unit will be put on an alert status to provide
first aid in the event of injury to any individual(s).

7.  The Director, Security and Inspection Division will keep the EPA
Administrator advised of the situation and direct overall EPA Security
Force Personnel.  All Division personnel will be on an alert status
to provide support as needed. The Security and Inspection Division
Offices - Room 2806 - will serve as the Security Control Center
during the duration of the incident.

8.  The Director, EPA Office of Public Awareness will be the only one
responsible for releasing information to the news media. The Director,
Security and Inspection will clear all information from Security and
Inspection Division personnel before it is referred to the Office
of Public Awareness. Security Personnel are not to release information
concerning the incident on their own volition.

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                             EXPLOSIONS


CHAPTER 5

A.  General.  Within the confines of the EPA Headquarters Waterside
Mall Complex, there exists the possibility of an explosion. Whether
accidental or Intentional, an occurence of this type usually happens
unexpectedly or with very little warning. Although the possibility
of such an occurence is generally remote, plans must be developed to
ensure the safety of all employees and the imnediate treatment of any
injured.

B.  Action Personnel

1.  Director, Security and Inspection Division

2.  Chief, Security Branch

3.  All Security and Inspection Division personnel

4.  Uniformed Security Guard Force

5.  Health Unit

6.  GSA Police and MPD

7.  Fire Department

C.  Procedures

1.  Upon the report of an explosion within the EPA Waterside Mall com-
plex, the Director, Security and Inspection Divison or the Senior
Security Official present will immediately respond to the scene.
Security and Inspection Division personnel will go to their appropriate
fire evacuation stations. At the scene of the explosion, a rapid assess-
ment of any damage or injuries is made. On orders of the Senior Security
Official at the scene, a Security Officer in the guard control center
will make immediate telephonic notifications to police and fire units.

2.  The uniformed guard force will be used to seal off the explosion
area from employees and visitors.  This is to ensure employee safety
and minimize confusion.  Tney will assist as needed after the arrival
of police and fire units.

3.  Tne EPA Health Unit shall be notified immediately to assist in
rendering first aid to any injured personnel.  The Health Unit should
stand by the explosion scene to assist rescue and ambulance units as
needed.

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4.  In the event an evacuation is deemed necessary, procedures used in
building fire evacuations are to be used.  The EPA Administrator or
designee will make the decision to order an evacuation of part or all
of the EPA Waterside Mall. He will be kept advised of the situation at
the explosion site by the Director, Security and Inspection Division,
or the Senior Security Qffical present.

5.  All Security and Inspection personnel will render any and all
assistance required by the emergency.

6.  Standard news release practices are in efffect for an occurence
of this type.

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                      CIVIL DEMONSTRATIONS


CHAPTER 6

A.  General.  Tne purpose of this plan is to outline an orderly pro-
cedure in the event of civil demonstrations directed against the
EPA Waterside Mall Complex, and concurrently provide for the protection
of Government personnel and property with the minimum disruption to the
conduct of Agency business.

B.  Action Personnel

1.  Director, Security and Inspection Division

2.  Chief, Security Branch

3.  All Personnel, Security and Inspection Division

4.  Uniformed Security Guard Force

5.  Floor Wardens and Stairwell Monitors

6.  EPA Health Unit

7.  GSA Police, MPD, and Pire Unit

C.  Procedures

1.  In the event it becomes necessary to implement this plan, the
Director, Security and Inspection Division will be the overall coordin-
ator for all matters affecting Security.

2.  During any civil demonstration access to the EPA buildings will be
permitted by a valid EPA I. D. card, EPA building pass, or other valid
U. S. Government photo I. D. Card.  Official visitors must be escorted
by a representative from the office to be visited.  Access to the build-
ing will be under strict control during the incident.

3.  Individuals involved in the demonstration will not generally be
allowed access.  A representative group of demonstrators may be admitted
to the complex, but only with prior approval of the Administrator or his
designee.  This group will be escorted at all times by members of
the Security and Inspection Division.

4.  An EPA  U.S. Marshal will be assigned to the protective detail for
the EPA Administrator or Deputy Administrator or both, depending upon
the situation. They will remain on duty for the duration of the incident.

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5.  Additional members of the uniformed guard force will be assigned
to the building entrance(s) area closest to any demonstration.  Ihey
are to assist as needed and are under the direction of the Director,
Security and Inspection Division.

6.  MPD and FPS will be notified immediately of the demonstration and
requested to assist. These police organizations will handle the situation
outside the confines of the buildings. The Director, Security and
Inspection Division will assist the police as needed.

7.  The EPA Health Unit will be put on notice to render any assistance.

8.  Normally the building will not be evacuated should a demonstration
occur.  However, in the event it becomes necessary to evacuate the build-
ing during normal business hours or to provide assistance to employees,
the Director, Security and Inspection Division will determine the
safest routes and method of notifying employees. Avoidance of employee-
demonstrator confrontation will be a prime consideration in determining
evacuation routes.

9.  In all matters pertaining to news media representatives, the Director,
Office of PLublic Awareness, will be the only one responsible for releasing
information.  Security personnel are not to release information concerning
the incident on their own volition.

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                                 PART IV


                             EPA HEADQUARTERS

                WARDENS, ALTERNATES, AND STAIRWELL MONITORS


                               APPENDIX A

                               West Tower
First Floor

Warden
Alternate
Fourth Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Seventh Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Tenth Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)
Second Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Fifth Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Eighth Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Eleventh Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)
Third Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Sixth Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Ninth Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Twelfth Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

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                            EPA HEADQUARTERS

               WARDENS, ALTERNATES,  AND STAIRWAY MONITORS


                               APPENDIX B

                                  Mall
SECOND FLOOR MALL:

2100 Corridor (NW)

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor
Library

2500 Corridor

Warden
Alternate


2800 Corridor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor  (NE)
Stairway Monitor  (SE)
2100 Corridor (SW)

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor
2600 Corridor

Warden
Alternate
2400 Corridor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor
Stairway Monitor

2700 Corridor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor  (NW)

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                            EPA HEADQUARTERS

               WARDENS, ALTERNATES, AND STAIRWAY MONITORS


                               APPENDIX C

                                  Mall
THIRD FLOOR MALL:

3000 Corridor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor

3300 Corridor

Warden
Alternate


3700 Corridor

Warden (2)
Alternate (2)
3100 Corridor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (SW)

3400 Corridor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (2)

3800 Corridor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (ME)
Stairway Monitor (SE)
3200 Corridor

Warden (2)
Alternate (2)
Stairway Monitor

3600 Corridor

Warden
Alternate
3900 Corridor

Warden
Alternate

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                            EPA HEADQUARTERS

               WARDENS, ALTERNATES,  AND STAIRWAY MONITORS


                               APPENDIX D

                               East  Tower
Basement Floor

Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)
Third Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Sixth Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Ninth Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Twelfth Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)
First Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Fourth Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Seventh Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Tenth Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)
Second Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Fifth Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Eighth Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

Eleventh Floor

Warden
Alternate
Stairway Monitor (N)
Stairway Monitor (S)

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                                 PART V

                           ALARM BOX LOCATIONS
                            SECOND FLOOR MALL
                               APPENDIX A
Corridor
  2900
  2800
  2800
  2800
  2800
  2800

  2700
  2700
  2700

  2600
  2600
  2600

  2500
  2500
  2500
  2500

  2400
  2400
  2400
  2400
  2400

  2400

  2300

  2100
  21000

  2100
  2100
  2100
  2100

  2100
        Location

Around corner from Stress Lab
Over Waterfountain

Post #6A Southeast Kail Elevator
Near Room 2806
Near Room 28l8
Near Room 2830
Northeast Mall Elevator

Near Electric Closet G
Near Room 2709
Near Room 2701

Across Room 2636
Across Room 262-4
Across Room 2610

Near Room 2505
Across Room 2520
Across from Elevator beside restrooms
Near Alarm Exit Door

Near Telephone Room 1 "P"
Near Room 4216
Near Room 2424
Across Room 2435
Post #16 Northwest Mall Elevator
   (glass missing)
Library (two)

Across Room 2322

Near Room 2117
Stairway at Window (around corner
   from Public Information)
Near Daniel N. Howard (Dentist)
Near COMNET
Across Room 2115
Electrical Room 2 Closet "Ff Alarm
   exit
Behind Stairway
Identification Number

         4211
         4214
         4214
         4213
         4213
         4213

         4211
         4211
         4213

         4211
         4212
         4212

         4212
         4212
         4212
         4211

         4212
         4212
         4211
         4211
         4211
         4211
         4211-4212

         4212

         4212

         4212
         4212
         4212
         4212

         4212
         4212

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                          THIRD FLOOR MALL
                             APPENDIX B
3900          Across 3906                                   4311
3900          Electrical Closet 8 Exit Door                 4311

3800          Across 3829 Stair Exit                        4313
3800          Northeast Mall Elevator                       4313
3800          Near Room 3828                                4313
3800          Near Room 3818                                4314
3800          Near Room 3802                                4314
3800          Across Room 3801 Stair Exit                   4314
3800          Post #6                                       4314

3700          Across Room 3702                              4313
3700          Across Room 3706                              4311
3700          Post #3 Northwest Elevator                    4311
3700          Post #3 Exit Alarm Door                       4311

3600          Near Room 3629                                4311
3600          Across Room 3617                              4312
3600          Near Room 3603                                4312

3500          Across Freight Elevator                       4311
3500          Bulletin Board                                4311

3400          Alarm Exit Door (Near Room 3427)              4311
3400          Near Room 3423                                4311
3400          Near Room 3411                            -    4312
3400          Alarm Exit Door 
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Corridor                  Location                   Identification Number
  3100          Recreation Association Room 3130              -4312
  3100          Across Room 3103                              4312
  3100          Across Room 2100                              4314
  3100          Near Room 3108                                4312

  3000          Near Credit Union toward West Tower           4311
  3000          Across Room 3006                              4311
  3000          Near Room 3019                                4311

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                         ALARM BOX LOCATION
                             EAST TOWER
                             APPENDIX C

Floor                                          Location

12th                                   Beside Stairway Exit #1
12th                                   Beside Stairway Exit #2

llth                                   Beside Stairway Exit #1
llth                                   Beside Stairway Exit #2

10th                                   Beside Stairway Exit #1
10th                                   Beside Stairway Exit #2

9th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
9th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

8th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
8th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

7th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
7th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

6th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
6th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

5th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
5th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

4th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
4th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

3rd                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
3rd                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

2nd                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
2nd                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

Lobby                                  Beside Stairway Exit #1

Post #9                                Guard's  Desk

Basement                               Beside Stairway Exit #1
Basement                               Beside Stairway Exit #2
Basement                               Beside Room B-26  (across from
                                          mechanical room)

Mall Garage  Towards                    Room 3114
East Tower

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                      ALARM BOX LOCATION
                           WEST TOWER
                           APPENDIX D
Floor                                          Location

12th                                   Beside Stairway Exit #1
12th                                   Beside Stairway Exit #2

llth                                   Beside Stairway Exit #1
llth                                   Beside Stairway Exit #2

10th                                   Beside Stairway Exit #1
10th                                   Beside Stairway Exit #2

9th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
9th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

8th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
8th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

7th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
7th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

6th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
6th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

5th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
5th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

14th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
4th                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

3rd                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
3rd                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

2nd                                    Beside Stairway Exit #1
2nd                                    Beside Stairway Exit #2

Lobby                                  Beside Stairway Exit #1
Lobby                                  Beside Stairway Exit #2

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                    S-StGEWCY PERSONNEL LISTING
                             APPENDIX E
Name

Charles Jenkins
Designated Official

Robert M. Pfelmley
Deputy Designated Official

Luther Weaver
Coordinator

John Hendrickson
Chief Warden

James Butland
Building Manager

Local Police Department

Building Guard Office

Local Fire Department

Health Unit

GSA Communications Center

6?th ORD (EOD) U. S.  Army
Room Number

   2804


   2806


   2806


   2806
   3228
Business Phone

   245-3060


   245-3068


   2*15-3068


   215-3068
      911

   755-1164/5

      911

   755-259a

   472-1111

   693-8613

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                    AGENCY PERSONNEL/TELEPHONE NUMBERS






                               APPENDIX F
(1)  Administrator                                           755-2700



(2)  Deputy Administrator                                    755-2711



(3)  AA - Planning and Management                            755-2900



(4)  DAA - Administration                                    755-2911



(5)  Director, Security and Inspection                       245-3060



(6)  Chief, Security Branch                                  245-3068

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                          MALL FIRE ALARMS
                            APPENDIX J
Identification
   Number*
   3-1-1-1
   3-1-1-2
   4-1-1-2
   4-1-1-3
   4-1-1-4
   4-1-1-5
   4-2-1-1
   4-2-1-2
   4_2-i-3
   4-2-1-4
   4-2-1-5
   4-3-1-1
   4-3-1-2
   4-3-1-1
   4-3-1-3
   4-2-1-3
   4_l_l-3
   3-1-1-3
   4-3-1-4
                            PHASE III
     Location

NW Garage - A Deck
SW Garage - A Deck
NW First Floor
SW First Floor
Garage - B Level
Garage - C Level
Garage - D Level
NW Mezzanine
SW Mezzanine
Garage - E Level
Garage - F Level
Garage - G Level
NW 3rd Floor (EPA)
SW 3rd Floor (EPA)
North 3rd Floor
North 3rd Floor
North 2nd Floor
North 1st Floor
Garage (North)
Mall 3rd Floor
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Identification                              Location
   Number

   4-2-1-3                               Mail  2nd  Floor

   4-1-1-4                               Mall  1st  Floor

   3-1-1-4                               Garage (Mall)

   4-3-1-4                               South 3rd Floor

   4_3_1_2          .                     South 3rd Floor

   4-2-1-4                               South 2nd Floor

   4-1-1-4                               South 1st Floor

   3-1-1-4                               South Garage
                                 _2                GPO 927.124

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