How the points for improvement and residual risks become clear

Step 1
Investigate the existing situation

Map the existing situation of the building by walking around, doing desk research and have discussions with suppliers. The more insight is gained into the existing organizational, structural, electronic and reactive measures, the better the results will be later.

Step 2
Process the results in the Securtreeu00a9

Process the results of the research in the Securtreeu00a9. This automatically leads to insight into the existing (residual) risks and the differences between the existing and the desirable measures. The result can be that too many, too few, the wrong or the right measures have been taken.

Step 3
Compare the existing and desirable situation

The existing and desirable, advised, situation can now be compared. This makes clear which risks are sufficiently covered and where improvements are still needed. For the risks that are not covered, determine whether they are acceptable or whether additional measures are required.

Step 4
Determine the acceptable residual risks and improvements

The residual risks and u00a0improvements are clear. For the unacceptable risks, Securtreeu00a9 makes clear what measures are needed to cover the risks. Look at these proposed improvements and determine whether they are needed, who should pick them up and when they should be ready.


Insight in the residual risks and location improvement plan