“Our approach identifies not only the gaps but the areas of better practice within the organisation”
Does the organisation’s emergency management planning, processes and procedures comply with relevant standards, requisite legislative requirements and mitigate city-specific hazards and risks?
Have the specific requirements of the local, regional or federal government’s emergency management arrangements been understood and embedded within all documentation and training?
Are the roles and responsibilities relating to city-wide emergency management appropriately defined, communicated and acknowledged by crisis management teams? Has the capability been exercised in collaboration with property / building managers?
Does the organisation have best practice crisis management tools to facilitate critical thinking and decision making in a city-wide emergency? Are these available in a range of formats, including digital access, for the purposes of training and response?
Have the real risks of a city-wide emergency been identified communicated, managed and mitigated at the executive and board level?
Is there an ongoing program or responsibility in place for monitoring, upgrading and providing assurance around your capability to respond to a city-wide emergency?
Consultative discovery process with key stakeholders involving document reviews, one-on-one meetings and site inspections.
Includes recommendations on tools to assist in developing crisis leadership capability
The City Resilience Capability Review covers…
This summary cuts to the key issues and recommendations for the CEO, Executive or Crisis Management Team. It accelerates decision making on priorities for action and investment in the areas of emergency management.
Identified non-compliance with relevant emergency management standards, legislation and city response guidelines. Recommendations for a minimum standard to be applied across all sites if not already in place.
Both formal and informal observations of the alignment of plans, integration of city response requirements and overall confidence in the organisation’s capability to coordinate an effective response.
Identification of the city-specific risks and hazards specific to your organisation and your sites. Including an indication of impacts and recommendations for mitigation.
Detailed strategic and tactical recommendations based on areas of non-compliance, identified risks, concerns and observations. The report includes options for using tools, training and exercises to accelerate capability development.
A one-page action plan to prioritise recommendations for action and provide an indication of resources, time and costs involved to implement.
Proven capability. Leading edge tools. Experienced specialists.
Ready to take the next step in aligning and integrating your city emergency management capability?