Our Complete Risk Management Toolkit is a 1.3 MB bundle comprising:

(a) Risk Management Planning template (Word.doc, 15 pages)

Our template will guide you through a logical workflow - with a focus on “control assurance” and aligned with the International Standard for Risk Management ISO 31000.

The approach integrates the following key questions:

• Risk Statement - what is the uncertain event, its causes and its effects?

• Stakeholders - who have an interest in this risk and the management of this risk?

• Engagement - how should each stakeholder be communicated to and consulted with?

• Context - what conditions or circumstances (social, technical, legal, economic) have contributed to the risk?

• Current Treatments - what are we currently doing to reduce or eliminate this risk - and how adequate are these treatments?

• Consequences - what might happen if the current situation continues (i.e. we do nothing)?

• Potential Proposed Treatments - what could we propose which might reduce or eliminate this risk?

• Potential Risks - what new risks might be introduced by the controls/treatments we are proposing to implement?

• References - what information sources (data, policy, and procedures) have been used?

(b) Business Continuity Plan template (Word.doc with embedded Excel Spreadsheets, 33 pages)

Using an approach which has worked for businesses and governments globally for over twenty-five years to integrate their Crisis Management and Business Continuity Plans, our approach empowers you to focus on your vulnerabilities.

It centres on the key activities which you need to keep doing to stay in business.

What differentiates this approach from other business continuity and crisis management products is that it will support you to understand your risks, evaluate your exposures, and take action:

  • to mitigate your vulnerability before an incident, and
  • to manage the consequences after an incident

The integrated Excel Planning Workbook uses Worksheets to map critical functions and vulnerability in a clear and straightforward manner - which are then also used to report impact.

(c) Emergency Management Plan (for facilities) template (Word.doc with embedded Tables, 46 pages)

The plan will help you to establish best practice site-specific emergency procedures. It applies the Australian Standard AS 3745 – 2010 “Planning for Emergencies in Facilities”, which is widely accepted as the benchmark when it comes to implementing emergency procedures and training for sites, buildings and facilities. Developing an approach aligned with this best practice will assist you in meeting your legal responsibilities as well as your ethical obligations.