The main components of our risk reviews are:
- Audit and review of current systems and processes, and the associated levels of risk
- Critical systems model
- Risk register
- Critical asset management review
Critical systems model
Once we have completed the audit, we model the way your infrastructure is configured and how it operates, then we make recommendations to reduce operational risk, or put additional contingencies in place.
Once the model is complete, we train your teams on how to manage it and interpret the data. You can also use the model to identify single points of failure, for impact analysis and to train and plan with your IT teams.
Risk review and risk register
The review comprises site visits where all items – hard and soft systems – are catalogued, modelled and any issues logged in the risk register.
We use a standard model for the soft systems and develop a bespoke critical systems model for the hard systems. This builds the meta data that creates your risk register. You then decide which items to action and which to accept the risk associated with them, along with your plan to minimise any potential impact they may cause.
Once you have the models in place and your initial risk review completed, you can then continue to upload all evidence, conduct onsite and remote audits, prioritize workflows and see all risk in context, all allowing you to manage your risk register in house.
Critical asset management review
Our approach is similar to that for any risk review, but this focusses on facilities, business critical systems and support systems.
We look at every aspect of each piece of critical equipment, including maintenance schedules and the Planned Preventative Maintenance plans PPM), to highlight areas of risk within these critical assets. Our review may also include a review of contractors, to ensure that there is a clear line of accountability for checks, maintenance and reporting.
To find out more, please call us on 0845 835 4752 or send us an email.
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