RISK & THREAT ASSESSMENTS
A very comprehensive and methodical assessment of the risks that can prevail in a particular environment or during a specific event, such as:
A large-scale event in which the risk of civil unrest is possible or expected
A corporate acquisition in a foreign country or in an environment unfamiliar to the company
The complete or partial closing of a company or facility
The announcement of extensive lay-offs
The relocation of corporate assets to another site or country
A financial or operational take-over under tense or unfavourable circumstances
A shareholders’ assembly during adverse conditions
A labour dispute – strike or lock-out
An existing or potential threat targeting the organization or one or several of its employees
Massive pressure exercised by the media on the company in the aftermath of a major event or incident
Detailed recommendations on all security measures and other precautions required to reduce the risk of incident during the event.
On-location professional guidance, coordination and/or supervision of all security measures during the event.
Potential targets may include:
The organization as an entity
One or several of its employees
A specific facility
The organization’s image or reputation
The organization’s competitiveness and market recognition
The organization’s financial health and/or the performance of its shares on the stock markets
Depending on the nature of the activities of the company and the local context, potential threats may include:
Bodily harm, assault
Theft, sabotage or destruction of corporate assets
Coercion, intimidation, death threats
Civil unrest, riot, demonstration, organized protest
Bomb or bomb threat
Our Risk & Threat Assessment report encompasses seven key elements:
A concentric security assessment of the country, the state/province and the region or city (when required).
An analysis of recognized local threats such as the presence of terrorist groups and any recent history of terrorist attacks.
A physical security assessment of the relevant facilities such as hotels, private residences, corporate offices, satellite sites, as well as manufacturing, warehousing and/or distribution facilities.
A review of the company’s Emergency Plan.
Personal security awareness training.
Advance Security Planning for local travel, outings, meetings, dinners, etc.
Arrangements for close protection, drivers and enhanced-security vehicles (when the prevailing level of risk warrants it).
Other related services
Contingency plan for labour disputes – strikes or lock-outs
Security for executives
Security audits and assessments