Security Audits & Assessments

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Security Audits and Assessments


Diminishing the risk profile at your facility

The landscape of emergency preparedness is evolving. Taking proactive measures such as inspections & audits of your facility, safety systems, plans & procedures go a long way to maintaining a secure facility.

Your security audit & assessment will include:

  • Deficiencies in your security and emergency preparedness plan
  • Opportunities to improve security & reduce risk
  • Opportunities to integrate your Emergency Control Organisation (ECO) with your safety and security plan

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What’s included in your Risk Assessment?

Physical controls | policy & procedures | surveillance | electronics &technology

Audits are completed by licensed personnel in accordance with the security advisor requirement of each state in Australia. When completing a security risk audit, we take into account the hierarchy of controls where we examine the risk in a layered approach and provide strategies to assist in eliminating the potential risks.

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Physical Controls

Review and recommend the suitable perimeter fencing, entry points and lighting system that could assist in identifying and preventing potential risk. We also review the security team and appropriate training the team have in place.

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Policy and Procedures

A full review on the emergency management plan and procedures that are in place. Ensuring occupants can easily recognise and appropriately respond to any emergency. Without a clear and appropriate plan, people will not be able to act confidently.

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A full review and recommendations on the position and angle of all the CCTV cameras within a facility. CCTV plays two roles in the security profile of a facility; as a deterrent, and as a way of collecting information post-incident.

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Electronics and Technology

Conduct a review on the detective systems that have been put in place in the facility such as visitor management systems. We review the level of data the system collects along with the management policies and procedures.

Discover the 3 steps occupants can take to better ensure their safety during a risk & threat related emergency.

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Security Risk Assessment Steps

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Your Security Risk Assessment In 4 Steps

Our uniquely qualified and experienced security risk assessors understand the security environment and its contribution to compliance extensively.

Our world-class assessments follow the below 4 steps, drawn from the Risk Management Standard AS/NZ ISO 31000:2009.

  1. Identify all risks & threats within or around your facility
  2. Analyze and evaluate the likelihood of any risk occurring
  3. Recommend appropriate risk mitigation strategies
  4. Monitor and review your security risk profile

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The evolution of emergency preparedness

Risk & Threats To Prepare Against

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Bomb Threats

First 5 Minutes provides expert-designed hazardous substance and bomb threat training on how to help save lives, minimise business interruption and prevent damage. This training is especially important for those facilities which are most at risk of receiving a bomb or hazardous substance threat.

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Personal Threats

In today’s world, there is an increasing risk of experiencing or being confronted by aggressive behaviour in the workplace. First 5 Minutes can provide aggressive behaviour management training and emergency response plans to help minimise the impact of personal threats − both in terms of your employee’s physical and emotional well being.

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Armed Intruder Threats

In recent years, Australia has experienced an increase in incidents involving armed intruders and/or robbery. Our armed intruder response program is designed to equip people with the knowledge and skills needed to respond effectively and work towards a positive outcome where nobody gets hurt.

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Hostage Incident Threat

Being held hostage is probably one of the most terrifying experiences a person can face. Our training will help your employees and building occupants prepare for such incidents, equipping them with practical skills and procedures to help maximise their chances of coming out of the situation unharmed.

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