Security Threat Risk Vulnerability Assessments
A Security Threat Risk Vulnerability Assessment is an audit of your premise’s safety and security posture. This can also include a review of your safety and security policies and procedures.
Internally, we identify the risks and vulnerabilities in your operation and infrastructure. Externally, we consider the impact of the surrounding area on your facility and then make reasonable, cost-effective recommendations for countermeasures and upgrades that will reduce or lessen the impact of a negative event.
Where appropriate we use the Communications Security Establishment, and RCMP recommended, TRA1 – Harmonized Threat and Risk Assessment (TRA) Methodology.
Designing Out Crime
Designing out crime involves identifying needed changes, or removal, of features that cultivate crime and nuisance activity around your business, residential property, development, or in the wider community. This is most effectively accomplished during the planning stage but is often required as part of a repair strategy. Our team has years of international designing out crime experience and can help in both the planning and repairing stages.
Critical Infrastructure Protection
Critical infrastructure refers to processes, systems, facilities, technologies, networks, assets and services essential to the health, safety, security or economic well-being of Canadians and the effective functioning of government.Amirco Group works with critical infrastructure clients to minimize the impacts of natural, intentional or accidental events through the threat risk vulnerability assessment process.
Fire Safety Audits
At Amirco Group, we have an Occupational Health and Safety (OCHS 5600) qualified professional who can incorporate a fire safety audit into a threat risk vulnerability assessment. The audit will provide the client with needed recommendations on how to meet fire safety inspection standards while maintaining security integrity.
We can also help create or revise a client’s Fire Safety Plan. It is essential that a plan is accessible to and understood by your team and also filed with the local fire department.
In order to successfully navigate major events that could negatively impact operations, businesses need to have a business continuity plan in place. This process involves:
Prioritizing key business processes
Identifying significant threats to normal operation
Creating mitigation strategies
Amirco Group can help you create and manage a plan that will ensure your business will have the ability to respond efficiently and effectively to the challenges that surface during and after a crisis.