Download the Action Planning worksheet 3.1 (p38)
Review the desired outcomes for interacting with public security
Consider the possible steps you could take to achieve these outcomes – refer back to tool 10 to help understand levels of risk
Deliberate what will work best for your company
Record relevant notes in the third column to help you create an action plan. For additional assistance, refer to Annex G (p89) for a detailed overview of possible actions or approaches that could be taken
What Is Public Security and How Does It Relate To The VPs?
Public security providers are connected to the state or host government. Typically this includes all branches of the military, police and other special forces eg mines police, oil police etc. Their mandate, and command and control structure comes from the government. The VPs apply to public security providers whenever they are protecting company assets including mines, rigs, processing plants, smelters, pipelines, ports, equipment, vehicles etc.