The COVID-19 pandemic has put an unprecedented strain on organisations and highlighted critical resilience vulnerabilities. The ability to objectively analyse how well crisis management teams have managed the crisis and how well prepared they are for the future is more essential than ever.
Crisis Management Gap Analysis provides stakeholders with an impartial, expert-led analysis of your organisation's crisis management structures and processes currently in place. It helps you anticipate, adapt, and respond to major disruptions, ensuring that your employees and assets are safeguarded while supporting operational continuity.
HELPING YOU THROUGH THE STAGES OF A CRISIS
All organisations may be challenged with a crisis at some point. We can support your organisation to better navigate through the three stages of a crisis: pre-crisis, crisis response and post-crisis, and achieve a heightened level of resilience.
We use an established methodology developed with our 35 years of experience and expertise in supporting the health, safety and security of employees of organisations in all types of industries around the world. The analysis focuses on the lifecycle of a crisis, providing your organisation with an objective view of your current approach and the direction you can move in. This process is built through stakeholder interviews, documentary analysis and a review of existing processes by our security and health experts.
As part of our support, you receive a comprehensive gap analysis that identifies and assesses your organisation's current approach to crisis and risk management and outlines company-specific recommendations to minimise the risks posed to your employees and assets. Our experts will provide specific recommendations to address existing gaps and areas identified for improvement. These are developed based on the findings of the gap analysis and are prioritised based on importance and urgency.
PREVENT AND PREPARE
- Improve decision-making through the early identification of threats
- Clearly comprehend how your staff should respond and act in different situations
- Identify key roles and responsibilities to support your staff
- Anticipate and mitigate risk exposure to your operational workforce
- Have a documented approach to crisis management
- Respond in measured, proportionate steps within a changing environment
- Delegate an appropriate level of authority to a local site to enable their decision-making in times of crises
- Reduce the impact of crises on business activities
- Enable tangible actions for operations to continue
RECOVER AND CONSOLIDATE
- Prepare a plan to ensure current and future events are resolved, limiting uncertainty or instability
- Enhance your organisation's level of preparedness for future escalations and crises