COVID-19: Risk Assessment Planning

Restore. Prepare. Rebuild.

Risk assessment is key to preparedness and building your contingency plans for the future. As your organization focuses its attention on making your facility environments safe and productive, it will be important to recognize that a plan for many possible future conditions is needed. The complexity of addressing current health and safety should not be under-estimated and finding a partner who can help shine a light on the path forward is one of many first steps.

Do you know where your organization falls on the Continuum of Readiness or where your risk lies and how to properly plan to protect your facility occupants now, while also adapting your operations for long-term changes? Our disaster recovery and master planning experts utilize a multi-tiered approach and apply their decades of experience to develop customized risk assessments and flexible mitigation plans to put specific protective measures in place. These plans collectively will help you rebuild community confidence in your organization that it’s safe to be back at work or school, and that you are prepared for whatever comes next.

Our Continuum of Readiness

Our Solutions

Areas we are prepared to help you triage now:

Areas we are prepared to address long-term:

Risk Assessment Planning Structure

When a Risk Assessment Plan is constructed, the following elements are included:

  • Executive Summary
  • Stakeholder Commentary
  • Funding (new/existing state & federal, local facilities)
  • Health Safety

Risk Assessment Planning is an integration of the following:

  • Design and engineering
  • Procurement and construction management
  • Cost estimating
  • Identifying funding and regulatory limitations
  • Master planning
  • Maintenance planning
  • Facilitating public discussions

 

Our experts work with you and your team to build customized Contingency Plans for local conditions. We utilize a multi-tiered approach that includes Engineered Infection Protection (EIP) Services, Policy Implementation Plan Services, and Installation of Protective Measures. Each tier has its own set of deliverables.

Elements of the plan may include:

  • Pre-screening and data collection
  • Site screening process and data collection
  • Social distancing strategy
  • Student scheduling strategy
  • Cleaning & Disinfection
  • Hygiene
  • Sanitation
  • Teaching Tools
  • Furniture plan
  • Food Service
  • Process descriptions
  • Site, campus, and room plans
  • Forms for screening and community education
  • Signage and wayfinding plan
  • Schedule
  • Procurement lists
  • Cost assessment
  • Funding plan
  • Ramping and toggling plan