Consultancy

Emergency Management Consulting

EMP provides a comprehensive service to facilitate the introduction of On Site and Off Site Emergency Management Plans and Business Recovery Plans within an organisation. Security is included as an element of these plans.

These services include provision of personnel to identify exposures and develop written emergency response procedures (Site specific) for inclusion in the Company On Site Emergency Management Plans.

On Site Emergency Plans

A typical On Site Plan may consist of:

RESPONSE ARRANGEMENTS


Part 1 - EMERGENCY CONTACT LIST
Part 2 - RESPONSE PROCEDURES
  Memory Aids
Chief Warden
Emergency Services Liaison Officer (ESLO)
Area Warden
First Aider
Off Site Event

Response Procedures
Bushfire
Fire - Manual Response
Fire - Alarm Sounds
Flammable Gas Incident
Combustible/Flammable Liquid Incident
Electrical Incident
Spill/Rupture Class 5.1
Spill/Rupture Class 6.1
Spill/Rupture Class 8
Injury
Suspect Vehicle
Vehicular Incident On Site
Off Site Event - Immediate Vicinity
Suspicious Behaviour
Illegal Entry
Threatening Communication - Telephone
Threatening Communication - Suspect Letter, Parcel or Delivered Article

MANAGEMENT ARRANGEMENTS

Part 3 - REPORTING AND RECORDING
  Incident Log
Debriefing Report
Threatening Communication - Telephone Checklist
Authorisations and Amendments

Part 4 - POLICY
  Policy
Emergency Control Organisation
Alarm Systems
Communications
Standard Operating Procedures
Response and Recovery
Site Personnel Numbers

Part 5 - SITE PLANS

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These plans may also include a security element and may include the following:

SECURITY RESPONSE ARRANGEMENTS


Part 1 - EMERGENCY CONTACT LIST
Part 2 - SECURITY RESPONSE PROCEDURES
  Memory Aids
Response Procedures
Information Management
Suspicious Circumstances
Incidents
SECURITY MANAGEMENT ARRANGEMENTS

Part 3
- PERSONNAL IDENTIFICATION AND RECORDING
Part 4
- INCIDENT REPORTING AND RECORDING
Part 5 - SECURITY STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES
  Access Control
Information Management
Security Audit Procedures
Part 6 - POLICY AND DEFINITIONS
Part 7 - SITE PLANS


These On Site Plans are typically introduced in Stage I of our comprehensive Emergency Management Arrangements training programme for circulation to Emergency Control Organisation for review and comment.

Off Site Emergency Plans


A typical Off Site Plan (Emergency Information Book) will consist of:
Part 1 - Site Layout and Fire Protection Drawing
Part 2 - Dangerous Goods Location Drawings and Related Manifest
Part 3 - Emergency Contact List (including adjoining premises)
Part 4 - Evacuation System (Type of alarms, Assembly Area locations,
Warden Structure)
Part 5 - Material Safety Data Sheets

Business Recovery Plan

A Business Recovery Plan details actions and resources required to support the continuation of business following a major interruption.

Major business interruption can occur through events such as fire, storm damage and other exposures that are identified within the On Site Emergency Management Plans.

The Business Recovery Plan details actions required to restore operations and customer service by:
Recovering and/or replacing lost work areas;
Recovering essential information; and
Reinstating normal operating environments as soon as possible.

The Business Recovery Plan fits within the client’s Emergency Management Arrangements that are based upon:
Prevention
Preparedness
Response and
Recovery

Many Response and Recovery actions are carried out at the same time and will have equal priority. This is known as parallel action.

A Business Recovery Plan is dependent upon written and practised On Site Emergency Management Plans. The process leading to effective On Site Emergency Management Plans consisting of:
Establishing an Emergency Management Policy
Establishing an Emergency Control Organisation (ECO)
Identifying emergency types (hazards identification and risk assessment)
Providing formal training for ECO members
Establishing an Emergency Planning Committee (EPC) for selected ECO members
Developing written emergency response procedures
Carrying out a table top exercise
Practicing with the Emergency Services
Updating the emergency response procedures as appropriate
Providing on-going management and practices (EPC responsibility)

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