Management of CBRN Incidents needs a sound CBRN Strategy to be put in place. The strategy should spell out objectives and actions based on security concerns and should be aligned to the overall security strategy. The actions can be divided into three discrete categories: Crisis Prevention, Crisis Management and Consequence Management. These are parallel and overlapping continually. A Crisis and Consequence management plan should be based on the following four focus areas, integrating both training and research: 

  • Preparedness and Prevention

  • Detection and Surveillance

  • Response and Mitigation

  • Crisis Command and Communications

policy formulation
  • Formulating CBRN Strategy and policies

  • Drafting fundamental CBRN security documents

  • Generating streamlined and comprehensive Action Plans for covering gaps

  • Addressing the needs identified for optimal CBRN resilience

prevention & risk mitigation measures
  • Developing an optimum CBRN security and preparedness paradigm

  • Integrated CBRN Security Solutions with convergence of technology

  • Risk mitigation planning & implementation

awareness workshops
  • Targeted awareness workshops for various stakeholders

  • Awareness building about key risks and mitigation measures

  • Government officials and administrators, security forces, para-military forces, police, private security agencies, transporters and logistic agencies, industries, environment managers (water, sewage and waste managers), customs and border security personnel, hospital and medical staff, paramedical personnel, citizen bodies and young citizen (high school and college students) are various stakeholder groups to be addressed

threats assessment & risk analysis (TARA)

Managing risks and threats arising from

  • Natural outbreaks and mining

  • Accidents at industries, laboratories, storage warehouses, transportation and while handling hazardous substances

  • Deliberate spread of toxic substances, terrorism related incidents


Vulnerability assessments, risk zoning and identification of high risk facilities and areas is important. CheBiRaN Consultancy conducts TARA for important Government buildings, critical infrastructure and other important venues/events.

CBRN security audits
  • Outside examination of existing security plans

  • Technology & equipment upgradation

  • Security audits such critical establishments

  • Developing plans to upgrade existing systems

CBRN Industry Support
  • Advising and assisting private Companies engaged in manufacture of CBRN and Emergency Management equipment

  • Testing viability, market placement, product improvement

  • Assisting with Joint Ventures

  • Representation for concept presentations, high level meetings, trials and negotiations

gap analysis & needs assessment
  • Gap Analysis & Critical Incident Technique to ascertain the existing Risk/Threat profile

  • Capability enhancement and capacity building plan

  • Outlining needs including due prioritization

  • Identifying vendors and managing contracts

response planning & training of responders
  • Specialized training for planning of CBRN and HAZMAT operations

  • Providing CBRN training to a wide variety of audiences and stakeholders including skilled First Responders

  • Curriculum development and executing training sessions

  • Development and execution of useful tabletop and field training exercises