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Hazard and Vulnerability Assessment

Determine which hazards you should plan for and prioritize continuity planning for your organization.

  • 14 March 2017
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Each hazard should be rated by column from 1 (lowest) to 5 (highest). Total all columns for each hazard on the far right.

Use the totals to identify the most significant threats facing your organization and prioritize planning efforts.

 

Potential Hazard

Likelihood of Occurrence

Impact on Life

Impact on Facility or Property

Impact to Business Operations

Impact on Dependencies

Total

Hurricane







Fire







Severe Weather







Tornadoes







Hazardous Material Spill







Transportation Accident







Earthquake







Flood (consider dams/dikes upstream)







Nuclear Accident







Terrorism/Sabotage







Utility/Power Outage







Active Shooter







Civil Disturbance







Heat Wave







Public Health Emergency







Human Error (Poor Training, Poor Maintenance, Carelessness, Misconduct, Substance Abuse, Fatigue, etc.)







IT Disruption







Mudslide







Wildfire







Loss or Illness of Key Staff







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