Stalknecht also said that a vital part in preventing bioterrorism is to improve systems so that agents introduced into air-handling equipment are limited in their ability to cause harm.
“ACCA’s members are the contact point for consumers of hvacr products and services. A growing number of facilities operators are turning to our members in search of guidance, expertise, and assistance in sifting through the volume of reported risks and devising appropriate defense,” he said.
Stalknecht told Ridge that ACCA has formed an Environmental Systems Security Task Force, chaired by Lee Rosenberg of Texas, to help ACCA members “help their customers provide safety and security to our fellow Americans in their offices and homes.”
Publication date: 11/26/2001