Businesses' survival may depend on their readiness to deal with terrorist or extremist activity, ranging from bomb threats and chemical or biological contamination to vandalism. The Robert Gordon University is joining with Grampian Police to train business security co-ordinators, who lead their organisation's response to a threat. Delegates will deal with a simulated terrorist attack exercise, which will include ways to prevent, handle and recover from such an incident. It will also look at the current terrorist threat in the UK and help assess organisations' weaknesses. The two-day course is accredited by Skills for Security, the body that sets standards for the security industry.