Tools and Templates

You have four ways of getting our templates.

Option 1 – PayPal, Option 2 – ConvertKit, Option 3 – Etsy, or Option 4 – eBay

Option 1 – Direct Download – PayPal

Complete Risk Management Toolkit

Our range of immediately available templates, tools, and documents download in a Zip File (USD $14.95)


Option 2 – ConvertKit – To support small to medium businesses through COVID

Our range of immediately available templates, tools, and documents download in a Zip File (for US$14.95)

Our 30% “COVID support” discount will be applied as you open this link (reducing the price to US$10.46)

The key templates available in this immediately available download cover:

* Risk Assessment Register
* Risk Management Plan
* Business Continuity Planning Workbook
* Business Continuity Plan
* Emergency Management (for Facilities) Plan

Each of the downloaded files is aligned with industry best practices and appropriate international standards.

The guidelines, tools, and templates available will support your planning processes and strengthen your resilience. Using familiar software such as Microsoft Word and Excel we focus on quality processes within a risk management framework.

These approaches serve as best practice models. They are not simplistic “templates for duplication” relying on “cut and pastes” and “global word changes”. They will step you through processes which evaluate the significance of requirements specific to your context – then write up your tailored approach accordingly.

You are purchasing our Complete Risk Management Toolkit – a 1.3 MB bundle made up of the three aligned sets of files outlined below.

(A) Risk Management Planning template

(Word.doc, 15 pages)

Addressing risks systematically can mitigate their negative effect – and even turn them into opportunity.

Our template will guide you through a logical workflow of nine steps – with a focus on “control assurance” and aligned with the International Standard for Risk Management ISO 31000.

The approach integrates the following key questions:

• Risk Statement – what is the uncertain event, its causes and its effects?

• Stakeholders – who have an interest in this risk and the management of this risk?

• Engagement – how should each stakeholder be communicated to and consulted with?

• Context – what conditions or circumstances (social, technical, legal, economic) have contributed to the risk?

• Current Treatments – what are we currently doing to reduce or eliminate this risk – and how adequate are these treatments?

• Consequences – what might happen if the current situation continues (i.e. we do nothing)?

• Potential Proposed Treatments – what could we propose which might reduce or eliminate this risk?

• Potential Risks – what new risks might be introduced by the controls/treatments we are proposing to implement?

• References – what information sources (data, policy, and procedures) have been used?

(B) Business Continuity Plan template

(Word.doc with embedded Excel Spreadsheets, 33 pages)

Using an approach that has worked for businesses and governments globally for over twenty-five years to integrate their Crisis Management and Business Continuity Plans, our approach empowers you to focus on your vulnerabilities.

It centers on the key activities which you need to keep doing to stay in business.

What differentiates this approach from other business continuity and crisis management products is that it will support you to understand your risks, evaluate your exposures, and take action:

  • to mitigate your vulnerability before an incident, and
  • to manage the consequences after an incident

The integrated Excel Planning Workbook uses Worksheets to map critical functions and vulnerability in a clear and straightforward manner – which are then also used to report impact.

(C) Emergency Management Plan (for facilities) template

(Word.doc with embedded Tables, 46 pages).

The  Plan uses an approach which has worked for businesses and governments globally for over two decades.

The Plan will help you to establish best practice site-specific emergency procedures.

Our approach applies the Australian Standard AS 3745 “Planning for Emergencies in Facilities”, which is widely accepted as the benchmark when it comes to implementing emergency procedures and training for sites, buildings and facilities.

Developing an approach aligned with this best practice will assist you in meeting your legal responsibilities as well as your ethical obligations.

Option 3 – Etsy

Option 4 – eBay