Security Management

HP-022        Reviewed 08/12/2016

OTHR must provide and implement a security management plan as part of their SMS.

In the context of OTHR’s isolated line located in a rural area in the Central Tablelands of NSW, assessment of the risk of security threats is very low which does not warrant any additional action over and above every-day security precautions.

OTHR considers the following security related risks when developing and reviewing it’s Risk Register:

  • Theft
  • Assault
  • Sabotage/Vandalism
  • Terrorism

All personnel must report security incidents to the President in accordance with the procedures outlined in Notifiable Occurrences.  All such reports will be tabled at a Management Committee meeting for appropriate action.

It is important that all personnel are vigilant to ensure that OTHR’s premises are secured to prevent unauthorised access to buildings and equipment which may result in theft and vandalism (including fire).  Failure to do so places our assets at risk.

Where appropriate, the President refers security incidents to local police for further investigation.

Resources:

OTHR Associated Documents:

IM-001 Incident Emergency Contact List150816

 

Last updated: December 8, 2016 at 18:07 pm