Lockforce has been completing numerous  Crisis and Emergency Planning and testing activities for companies in Australia and Asia Pacific regions. These activities have spiked in the past 12 months due to global uncertainty and impacts due to natural calamities (disasters).

It is imperative for all organizations to prepare their business and protect the safety and welfare of staff with robust crisis systems which are soundly implemented and rigorously exercised.

Lockforce has a seamless system through the conduct a gap analysis of a current system, assess the credible risks your organization confronts and design and implement a Crisis and or Emergency Management Plans to suit your business process. We can conduct scenario based testing (exercise) and for staff and senior management on the activation and crisis process. Some relevant examples of our most recent works are the Crisis Management Team (CMT) and Emergency Management Team (EMT) testing for a German Government Aid Organization, CMT Gap Analysis for power generation utilities and the Plan development for financial institution of 4000 (+) staff, in the Philippines.

Lockforce conducts updates and technical reviews of current Business Continuity Plans and conduct workshops involving key stakeholders to ensure that an organization’s critical business functions will either continue to operate despite serious incidents or disasters that might otherwise have interrupted them, or will be recovered to an operational state within a reasonably short period. All work is conducted to International Standards Organization (ISO) or agreed National Standards.

Lockforce currently has security advisers deployed in Papua New Guinea to support a Mining Company and Drilling company.

PNG is divided into four main regions: Mamose, Papua, Islands and Highlands.  These regions consist of 22 provinces and the National Capital District.

While only 8.4 million people call Papua New Guinea home, there’s more than 850 different tribes and more than 800 languages to be found in this island nation.

PNG is like no other country with so much unspoilt land and cultures to explore. There are about 20,000 expats living and working in PNG within just about every facet of the economy. Automotive, mining, logging, financial services, aviation and tourism provide many of the expat opportunities. In addition to industry, there are many aid agencies and aid projects in PNG, which attract volunteer workers for all over the world.

In order to provide professional security advice in such a cultural diverse country, it is imperative to ensure you are intune with the local traditions, customs and issues that will arise based on the location and nature of the project.

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If you would like to discuss your company’s needs further, please contact the Lockforce office closest to you.