1/3 Harvton st, Stafford, 4053
Hours Of Operation
Monday to Friday: 9AM - 5PM
Risk Assessment Service
Terrorists have plotted attacks in Australia in the past and it is expected that more will occur. This service focuses on assessing the risk of terrorism in crowded places, such as stadiums, shopping centres, pedestrian malls and major events.
Congested areas are often targeted for several reasons, including:
The objective of this service is to protect the lives of people who work, use, and visit crowded places by making them more resilient. This is achieved by conducting risk assessment audits by industry experts.
Security measures can be resource intensive, costly and, if not correctly managed and communicated, can alienate staff and the public and significantly disrupt the day-to-day operations of a crowded place. Therefore expert specialist advice is essential and why careful consideration and planning is required before implementing any protective security measures.
The success of governments and businesses rests on building and maintaining a reliable professional reputation. Reputation is prone to serious and permanent damage if owners and operators of crowded places give a less than robust, responsible professional priority to protecting people against attack. Reputational damage can have a significant impact on a business’ finances. Being security minded and better prepared could not only deter an attack, it reassures customers and staff that those responsible for crowded places are taking security issues seriously.
Recovery from a terrorist attack is the process of rebuilding, restoring and rehabilitating affected individuals, communities, and physical assets. This process usually begins once an incident has been resolved. The plan then continues until disruptions have been rectified, demands on services have returned to normal levels, and the needs of those affected have been met. It is designed to return a business, activity, or location to normal as quickly as possible after an incident.
This service entails the completion of audits by an industry specialist. The consultant will manually inspect the area. Upon completion of the inspection, the consultant will provide the client with an audit report which details the risk levels of terrorism in the inspected area. Depending on the audit results, various solutions may be recommended.
The audit comprises of an extensive checklist which is broken into four sections:
Determined actions arising from the results are stated at the end of each section.