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The purpose of this report is to outline the methodology that was used to
conduct the Security Vulnerability Assessment (SVA) and Hazard Identification (HAZID)
workshops. Results of the workshops are discussed are including recommendations for release
/ consequence modeling to be conducted within the Independent Risk Analysis.


The objectives of the SVA and HAZID workshops were:

To identify possible security threats and accidental hazards that have the potential
to impact the public and/or environment;

To document the identified threats and hazards associated with the security,
installation, and operational activities that have the potential to impact the public
and/or environment;

To incorporate (identify and analyze) the public concerns that were recorded during
the public scoping meetings;

To identify and determine adequacy of critical safeguards (hardware systems
and/or procedures) associated with the identified risks and propose
recommendations to improve the vulnerability and safety systems of the project;

To develop release scenarios, for which physical effects (consequence) modeling
is to be conducted.

Study Dates

The SVA was conducted in Long Beach, California in the California State Lands Commission
offices on April 5, 2004, and the HAZID workshop was conducted April 6-8, 2004.

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