Connecticut Laws - Title 4b State Real Property
CHAPTER 60a SECURITY FOR STATE FACILITIES
Sec. 4b-130. Definitions.

Sec. 4b-130. Definitions. (408)(1-click HTML)

As used in this chapter: (409)

(1) "Commissioner" means the Commissioner of Public Works; (410)

(2) "Security" means reasonable measures required to: (A) Protect state employees from bodily harm in the workplace and state employee parking areas, and (B) protect the state's physical assets; (411)

(3) "Security audit" means: (A) Worksite analysis; (B) building risk classification; (C) identification of security exposures; (D) hazard prevention and control; and (E) recommendations for risk management procedures; (412)

(4) "Security measure" means the level of qualifications and the deployment of security personnel, a security strategy or a security device; and (413)

(5) "State agency" means any department, board, commission, institution, or other agency of the state, except (A) the mass transit, marine and aviation functions of the Department of Transportation, (B) The University of Connecticut and other constituent units of the state system of higher education, (C) the Judicial Department, (D) the Department of Public Safety, (E) the Military Department, (F) the Department of Correction, (G) the functions of the Department of Children and Families concerning client-occupied facilities, (H) the offices of the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Comptroller, Secretary of the State and Treasurer, (I) the General Assembly, and (J) the Board of Pardons and Paroles. (414)

  

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