SECURITY SURVEY

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Name of Facility: B WARISAN CITYVIEW FASA 2 , BLOCK D
2. Address: Pejabat Pengurusan, No. 3, Jalan 1/93A, Warisan Cityview, Off Batu 2 ½ , Jalan
Cheras,
56100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, Malaysia. Tel / Fax : 603 9205 5180
3. Facility Manager:
4. Security/safety Representative:
5. Facility Function: Residential condominium
6. Geographical Location: Urban setting
7. Site Layout: Plan attached / not attached
8. Condominium Layout: Number of Floors:……. , Residential Units:….. , Car parks:…….
, Others: ………………. .
9. Occupancy Order: Owner stay-in Units: ……… , Rental Units: ……… , Others (Specify):
……………………………….. .
10.Date of this Evaluation: ……………….

EVALUATION RESULT AND SCORE

Weightage Factor: asset attractiveness to the adversary, functional criticality, potential
threat and vulnerability, consequential impact.

Consequential Impact:

1. Potential for causing maximum casualties and damage.
2. Potential for causing maximum damage and economic loss to the facility and
company.
3. Potential for causing maximum damage and economic loss to the geographic region.
4. Potential for causing maximum damage and economic loss to the national
infrastructure.

SVA must be predictive ie. Able to recognize security incidents that never occurred
before.

Four basic strategies to minimize risk: deter, detect, delay and respond.

EVALUATE EXISTING COUNTERMEASURES:

 Identify what protects and supports the critical functions and assets.
 Identify the relevant layers of existing security systems including, physical, cyber,
operational, administrative and business continuity planning.

QUANTITATIVE CHECKLIST

Parking areas 14. Building perimeter 22. Essential utility locations 15. CPTED principles 9. Corridors 17. Lifts 16. Site architecture/layout LIGHTING 10. Stairwells 18. Sensitive/Critical areas . Good state of repair 5. Top guards 3. Appropriate bollards 6. Appropriate height 2. Adequate signages 7. Property perimeter 21. Property Perimeter 12. Gates secured/controlled 4. Perimeter clear zones-inner 8. Dock areas 11. Public Utility areas 19. SUMMARY SHEET AREAS EVALUATED WEIGHT POSSIBLE SCORE ASSIGNED SCORE FACTOR RAW WEIGHTED RAW WEIGHTED ITE EVALUATED AREAS WEIG POSSI SCORE ASSIGN SCORE COMMENTS M HT BLE WEIGHT ED WEIGHT NO FACT RAW ED RAW ED OR PHYSICAL SECURITY FENCES/BARRIERS/SINAGES 1. Guard Booth ALARM SYSTEM 20. Building perimeter 13.

fire 24. Resident vehicle Id system 54. Trash/dumpster rooms 29 Key control system ADMINISTRATIVE SECURITY EMPLOYEE CONTROLS 30.23. Guards adequately equipped 41. Background screening 31. Traffic circulation pattern 50. Employee identification system 35. Auto-response LOCK SECURITY 26. Annunciators 25. Emergency VEHICLE/TRAFFIC CONTROL 48. Monitoring alarm . Visitor access control . Standard Operating Procedures 40. Adequate number assigned 38. Flood water regulator switchboard 28. Personnel 44. Criminal conviction record 32. Safety 46. Trained guards- knowledgeable 42. Security 45. Vehicle/Traffic 47. Restricted to sensitive information SECURITY GUARD SERVICE 37. Utility Rooms – Master keyed 27. Rules & Code of Ethics 34. Contract & Temporary employees 33. Duties appropriate 39. Restricted to sensitive areas 36. Vehicle entry /exit control 49. Resident parking system 55. Parking bays external 53. Professionalism/Effectivenes s CONTROL SIGNS 43. Parking bays internal 52. Registration/vehicle checks 51.

Key distribution by dept. Visitor access monitored 61. Employee access monitored 59. Adequate for negotiable 70. Employee Id system 62. H/O & T/O OF keys procedures PETTY CASH & NEGOTIABLE 75. Protection procedures 78. Minimum level maintained (RM) 76. Secured storage of keys 74. Alarm/pull boxes 84.56. Distribution of keys & combinations 72. Records maintained 65. Resident access monitored 60. Adequate for cash 69. Dual control system EMERGENCY PROCEDURES FIRE SURVEILLANCE/PROTECTION SYSTEM 80. Master/Spare keys accounted 66. SAFES AND CONTAINERS 68. Emergency response plans . Key co0ntrol officer designated 64. Custodian designated 77. Electronic access system KEY CONTROL 63. Locking & Unlocking procedures 71. Visitor parking system INTERNAL CONTROLS ACCESS CONTROL 57. Locks changed as necessary 67. Change of keys & combinations 73. Sprinkler system installed/checked 82. Fire extinguisher and hoses 83. Smoke sensor installed/monitored 81. Entry/Exit designation 58. Disbursement support 79.

Resident in & out procedures 91. Parking liability compliance rules 95. Recreational activity rules 97. Illegal activities control rules 94. Personal property in common areas 98. Visitor control procedures 90. Dangerous item control rules 93. . Commercial gain solicitation rules 99. Damage to facility action rules 96. Pet control procedures 92. R&R agreement document in place 87. R&R violation action procedures 88. IN-HOUSE CONTROLS COMPLIANCE RULES&REGULATIONS(R&R)/PROCEDURES 85. R&R documents in place 86. Trash disposal rules 100 Mgt/staff entering units rules . Special storage procedures 89.

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