What are some of the key features of good risk management & business continuity? (896 KB pdf)
EPCB’s Risk Management Framework

(Developed from the Australia / New Zealand Risk Management Standard ASNZS 4360)



Our risk-based approach addresses the key tests of negligence used by courts of law and coronial inquests. “What don’t you know – but should? What should you be doing – but are not?
(154 KB pdf). This provides a basis to indicate whether your due care obligations can be demonstrated; and a gap analysis to indicate improvement opportunities.

Click here to start with a self assessment of your risk management capability1 (115 KB xls)

[Ref 1 The EPCB Ready Reckoner is based on the methodology outlined in “Emergency Planning Capability Assessment”,
Chapter 6 of ‘Civil Care & Security Studies’
Edited by Rod Gerber & John Salter, Kardoorair Press, 2005, ISBN: 0908244622.]

Click here to check EPCB’s Capability Statement – align your needs with our solutions.

We are recognised for “preventing disaster or, where that is not possible, reducing the potential for harm”2.[Ref 2 Barrister H. Selby on the methodology outlined by John Salter (EPCB’s founder), in Chapter 12 (p.170-185) The Inquest Handbook, p xxi.]

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