Effective security risk management is a requirement of States
Health and Safety Legislation, Emergency Services and other Regulatory
Authorities, for example the Environmental Protection Authority.
It is necessary to provide a safe work place, to protect dangerous
goods/ hazardous substances and the defence of key assets.
should have written On Site Security
Risk Management Plans which will integrate with
Site Emergency Plans.These Plans will contain:
Emergency contact list
Security response procedures
Security management arrangements
Policy and definitions
Incident recording and reporting media
The process in
developing an On Site Security Risk
Management Plan is:
Create a Security Risk Management Organisation (SRMO)
Select a Security Risk Management Planning Committee (SRMPC)
Identify security exposures by identification of hazards and
Develop a security risk reduction plan
Develop and document Security Standard Operating Procedures
Train staff and practice response
Review and manage plan.