Organisation and control of risks

Control risks and take up challenges

Gallice assists its customers with their approach to risk control and the optimisation of the resources dedicated to security.

Backed by our experience and skills, we develop a range of concrete solutions and implement them for you:

  • Integration of safety and security into overall corporate management processes
  • Development of Safety / Security policies
  • Implementation of a prevention and crisis management tool
  • Risk mapping
  • Safety engineering
  • Assistance with project management
  • Development of integrated solutions
  • Development of safety and security steering tools
  • Development of master plans or safety and security action plans
Controlling risk
  • Detection of danger
  • Collecting information
  • Risk classification and prioritisation
  • Visualisation of risks: scenarios
  • Development of crisis management procedures
  • Decision taking
Action and monitoring
  • Definition of resources and tools
  • Deployment of means of prevention and retaliation to malicious action
  • Help with operational management
  • Observance of performance
The solution
 Preservation of the company's strategic economic scope. Gallice methodology
  • Search for information on a determined subject considered to be strategic: question put by management leading to a search for intelligence,
  • Gathering of information on the organisation context based on a scanning process, deciding which information is of strategic interest to the company, structuring it in a collective memory and defining action plans.
Formulation: strategic reasoning
  • Innovation strategy
  • Project management
  • Anticipation and control of risks
  • Assessment of the effects of decisions to be taken.
The implementation of action and coordination of networks by Gallice
  • Coordination of networks of influence
  • Taking of preventive or curative action
  • Communication regarding values

Assessment of effects by Gallice and pooling of practices
  • Impact study
  • Scanning for process intelligence
  • Exchanges of practices and knowledge
  • Business intelligence audits.