An industry involved in the production of goods by utilizing labor, machinery, and tools.

Threats & Risks

Equipment Failure

Manufacturing operations rely on a range of machinery and equipment, which can break down or malfunction, leading to unplanned downtime and production delays.

Power Outages

Manufacturing facilities rely on a steady supply of electricity to operate machinery and equipment. Power outages can cause significant disruptions to production and may damage equipment or cause safety hazards.

Environmental Disasters

Manufacturing facilities may be located in areas prone to natural disasters, such as earthquakes, floods, or hurricanes. These events can damage facilities and infrastructure, causing production delays and safety hazards.

Fires and Explosions

Manufacturing operations may involve the use of hazardous materials or chemicals, which can increase the risk of fires or explosions. These incidents can cause significant damage to facilities and infrastructure, as well as pose safety risks to workers.

Water Damage

Manufacturing facilities may be vulnerable to water damage from leaks, floods, or other sources. Water damage can cause production delays and pose safety hazards to workers

Standards Compliance Requirement

ISO 45001
Occupational Health & Safety management system – Hazard identification
8.2 Emergency Preparedness and Response
ISO 14001
Environmental Management Standard
8.2 Emergency Preparedness and Response
ISO 22301
Security and resilience
8.5 – Operations
ISO 50001
Energy Management Standard
2.6.1 Monitoring, Measurement and Analysis

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