Playing it Safe: Assessing and Managing Security Risks in Cases of Regional Instability, Disaster and Overall Uncertainty
Managing Director, Crisis & Security Consulting
In the Overseas Energy and Resource Sectors:
- Analyzing potential dangers such as kidnapping, piracy and militant activity in unstable corners of the world where energy and mining workers are housed
- Understanding how to develop security plans in these types
of housing scenarios:
- Reviewing kidnapping and ransom insurance and the hazards associated with leaving a secure compound
- Which security companies should you consult?
- Should you opt for armed security or non-lethal security?
- Are sub-contractors liable for their own security or do they fall under the security umbrella of the energy or mining company?
- Discussing the physical precautions the energy industry takes to protect camp residents
- Assembling a security team and monitoring local intelligence
In the Western Energy and Resource Sector:
- Dealing with drug use, assaults, weapons and gang activity within your camp
- The challenges of using a room system involving cut keys: Would keyless entry resolve the problem whereby unknown parties have taken advantage of camp accommodation and food services
- Investigating the advantages of biometric access – Is this the future of camp security?
- What other techniques are being considered?