QRMC has extensive experience in the provision of services in the area of disaster management. We can provide a realistic assessment of hazards which could seriously impact on an organisation’s ability to continue operations or to maintain essential services in the event of a major incident such as severe weather, earthquake or landslip, flood, fire and pandemic.
Existing mitigation strategies are documented, as well as new treatments which can be implemented by the organisation to mitigate the identified risks. Detailed and user-friendly response and recovery plans are developed to ensure both business and community continuity following an event.
All key stakeholders are consulted, both to ensure that critical data is captured and to ease the process of implementation of the resulting management plans.
For Queensland local government in particular, QRMC has delivered several Natural Hazard Risk Assessments compliant with the current requirements as outlined in the National Emergency Risk Assessment Guidelines (NERAG).