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"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."

Benjamin Franklin 

All facilities will face threats such as nature events/hazards or man-made.  Our company is able to assist clients mitigate the risks from these threats.

The following is a process that would take place to assess a client's situation: 

The first step is to conduct a Risk /Threat Assessment. This allows us to estimate the potential losses that could result from the vulnerabilities and from the damages from certain threats, which may include terrorist threats.

The second step is to conduct the Vulnerability Assessment. This allows us to consider the potential impact of the losses as a result from s successful attack(s) to the facilities/locations.

The overall objectives of the risk analysis:

  • Assess all risks

  • Assess your current plan

  • Develop a plan that brings additional considerations to best practices and additional fields

  • Make the project cost effective

  • Reduce the risks

  • Address Insider Threats

  • Assess and Develop Response to Active Shooter Incidents

  • Develop a Plan for Possible Threats from Inside & Outside Including Dealing with Risk of Violence by Employees

  • Mental Health Security Related Issues 

  • Implement a cost effective risk management program


We take the quantitative or qualitative approach. For example the quantitative risk analysis ranks an exposure in term of dollars and cents. Quantitative methods will base the company’s loss impact caused by the threats on annual loss expectancy (ALE).  The qualitative approach is more subjective, ranking an exposure by rating high, medium, and low.


Our objective is to provide management with the information of the different hazards and potential risks that the facility could be exposed and the potential losses that can occur. The results for of our Risk Assessment will help management determine the mitigation actions that will be implemented to deal with the emergency preparedness situation.