We conduct Detailed Site Vulnerability Level Risk Assessments that include fire, safety and security risks identified at the premises.

A site vulnerability assessment identifies, assesses and implements critical security and safety controls.

Carrying out a vulnerability assessment allows an organisation to view the risks from an attacker's perspective. It will enable managers in making informed decisions regarding the allocation of safety and security controls.

There are six steps for a successful vulnerability assessment:


Step 1 – Identification of vulnerabilities

Step 2 – Assessment of vulnerabilities

Step 3 – Mitigation of vulnerabilities

Step 4 – Prevention of vulnerabilities

Step 5 – Test and verify mitigation and prevention steps taken

Step 6 – Regular mistake proofing of mitigation and prevention steps taken

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