Special Containment ProceduresEdit
Special Containment Procedures is the term given to the overview reports and protocols put into place to stop any and all breaches caused by the items contained by the Foundation. These are only quickly summarised, so that in the case of a breach, containment teams don't waste precious time reading up on an item and can find the important information quickly.
Items can be objects (such as SCP-963), places (SCP-087), people ("Able"), animals (SCP-2558-J) or even occurences (SCP-048). Items are numbered SCP-###, and are grouped as being 'Safe', 'Euclid', or 'Keter', each of which explain expected threat levels, 'Safe' clearly being the safest and 'Keter' the most dangerous.