ASRC adopts a risk based approach to emergency planning and looks holistically at the organisation’s operations, personnel and existing procedures. Where emergency plans, (i.e. incident response, business continuity, emergency action drills etc.) exist ASRC has the skills and experience to review and if necessary upgrade the plans. Where no plans exist ASRC will work with the client in preparing and introducing new, fit for purpose policies, practices and procedures that are organisation specific. In addition to creating plans ASRC understands that a plan is only a document if it has not been tested or exercised. ASRC can provide clients with specialist training and educational sessions for organisations that test the plans through physical or scenario based exercises. We can help you prevent emergencies becoming disasters. A risk-informed, performance-based approach exists offering opportunities to better understand objectives identify credible hazards and develop alternatives that allow stakeholders (owners, government, etc.) to make risk-informed decisions as to how best protect heritage and meet disaster mitigation objectives.

Risk Assessment Plan (RMP)

Disaster Management Plan (ERDMP as per PNGRB Regulations)

Offsite/onsite Emergency Plan (OSEP)

GIS & Remote Sensing Techniques