Employee Preparedness: Further Information
Newrisk Limited can assist clients by both preparing their employees to respond to major incidents and disruption events and assisting employees to adjust to a post incident environment.
Newrisk Limited and its principal adviser, Dr Leivesley, have previously provided media commentary, lectures, conference papers and publications on this topic, examples of which are set out below. To return to an overview of Newrisk Limited's employee preparedness services, please click here.
To request employee preparedness assistance, please contact Newrisk Limited directly.
Newrisk Limited's principal adviser, Dr Leivesley, has previously provided media commentary on employee preparedness, including:
- Women in the UK Intelligence Community - Intelligence and Security Committee Report 03/2015 on Female Recruitment and Lifecycle in GCHQ, MI6 and MI5 for BBC Radio Scotland (Scotland) on 7 March 2015;
- Al Aminas gas site and expansion of terror threat to region and Western countries for ITV News on 21 January 2013;
- Al Aminas gas site, terrorist mass hostage taking (including British hostages) for Sky News on 16 and 17 January 2013 and ITV News on 17 and 18 January 2013;
- MoD Cyber Report, House of Commons Defence Committee for ITV News on 9 January 2013;
- Camp Bastion baby born to Gunner soldier for ITV News on 19 September 2012;
- Taliban attack Camp Bastion & Prince Harry's safety for ITV and Channel 5 News on 17 September 2012;
- Military support to the Olympics and impact of private security guarding failure on safety status of the Games for Channel 5 News on 18 July 2012;
- Olympics guarding failures and advantages of military support for public protection for ITN Daybreak and Al Jazeera (UK) (pre-record) on 16 July 2012;
- Olympics receive 3,500 deployed troops to support private security for ITN Daybreak and Channel 5 News (pre-record) on 12 July 2012.
Lectures, Conferences & Workshops
Newrisk Limited's principal adviser, Dr Leivesley, has provided lectures, conferences & workshops on employee preparedness, including:
- ‘London in 2012- Security Lessons and Future Threats’, ISC2 Secure Workshop in London (England) in March 2013. Training modules included: Training modules: Lessons from London in 2012; Lessons for Securing Systems; Skills for Monitoring the Cyber Threat Landscape; Security Audits for Cloud; Media Communications Skills and Role Plays; Skills Development;
- 'Managing Shock Attacks on Cities: Multiple Terrorist, Nuclear or Cyber Threat Horizons' - Keynote and Planning Lecture for CEOs at the Sixth Chief Security Officer Summit in Berlin (Germany) in December 2012;
- 'CBRNE/Cyber Terrorism & London in 2012' - Technical Briefing to Government sponsored students at the Department of Peace Studies, University of Bradford;
- 'Recognising Risk - Policy and Practice: Gaining and Maintaining Senior Management Commitment to the Security Function' - Paper to the PROFSEC 'Outstanding Security Management' Conference in London (England) in April 1994.
Newrisk Limited's principal adviser, Dr Leivesley, has published employee manuals, reports and articles relating to employee protection and welfare, including:
- 'Queensland Industrial Accidents Database 1981-1982; 1983-1984' for the Department of Employment and Industrial Affairs (Queensland, Australia) (1997);
- 'Symposium Report - Workcover Authority of NSW' in Safety Audit (March 1993);
- Trauma from the Gulf' in Travel Medicine International (1992) 15-19;
- 'A Comparison of the Effects of Shift Work on Day, Afternoon and Night Shift Workers in the Queensland Retail Industry' for the Queensland Shop Assistants' Union (January 1985);
- 'Protection of the Workers in a Cold Environment' for Queensland Shop Assistants' Union (December 1984); and
- Assessment of the Woolworth's Work Assessment System at Acacia Ridge Warehouse' by P Ryder and Dr Sally Leivesley for the Queensland Shop Assistants' Union (September 1984).
Dr Leivesley has also been cited in publications concerns employee preparedness, protection and welfare issues, including:
- Employers Refuse to Pass on Terrorism Warnings by Jimmy Burns, The Financial Times (6 February 2003);
- Accident Warning on Industrial Risk - (Anonymous),The Courier Mail (Queensland) (17 September 1992): "Disastrous industrial accidents would keep happening unless governments developed better risk assessment plans, a Brisbane research consultant said yesterday. Dr Sally Leivesley said the incident at Coode Island in Melbourne last year, where millions of litres of dangerous chemicals were released into the air and water, showed the consequences of doing nothing...A new way to assess risks from industrial sites combining disaster theory and computer modelling is being developed in Australia. The system, called Operational Risk Assessment, aims to prevent accidents and protect people and the environment by taking into account design factors on a site, human factors, and the consequences of accidents."
To request Newrisk Limited's assistance in connection with employee preparedness, please contact Newrisk Limited directly.