For some, such as critical gas, water and electricity assets, the entity that holds the licence, approval or authorisation to operate the asset is the responsible entity. For some other assets, the asset operator or an alternative entity that has been specified in a declaration is the responsible entity.
Our team has extensive experience providing risk management services, emergency management plans and exercises with critical infrastructure owners and operators, including oil, water, wastewater, gas and electricity transmission and distribution assets, and understands not only what is required by law to have your asset remain compliant, but also the importance of insuring that your organisation can mitigate risks and manage emergency events. Any plans or documents made for your business will be tailored to meet all of your business’ specific needs and requirements.
We can also create and conduct thorough and engaging emergency exercise plans which are designed to test the preparedness of your business in the event of an emergency. Such exercises can also be used to assess possible areas for improvement to ensure that your team has the most efficient response possible.