Bomb threat procedure download
Bomb threat procedure download is available in two formats: PDF and PowerPoint.
Inside the Bomb Threat Procedure Download
The bomb threat guide includes:
- How was the threat received?
- Identifying a threat
- Speaking on the phone
- Writing-up the incident
The bomb threat SOPs use [brackets] that are easily replaced with your organisation’s name. As a result, the download is ready to use in minutes.
The bomb threat plan is also available as a SIRV decision tree. A decision tree is far easier to follow than a flow chart because it only asks one question at a time. The decision tree format: one question, one or more answers. For example:
> QUESTION: How was bomb Threat Received?
> ANSWER: Telephone or postal bomb threat (go to page 2)
> ANSWER: Suspicious letter or package in the mail (go to page 5
Guidance and advice is contained within. For example , things to watch our for in a telephone call – background sounds:
- Street noises?
- House noises?
- Animal noises?
Or straightforward advice on receiving a suspicious letter or package in the post:
WARNING: DO NOT
- Drop, shake or throw it away.
- Attempt to open the package.
- Bend or flex the package in an attempt to ascertain the contents.
- Immerse the package in sand or water.
- lace it under a sandbag or other heavy object.
- Place the package in any container other than the one specifically designed for this purpose.
- Handle the package any more than is absolutely necessary.