SNV WORLD Job Vacancy: Consultant for developing Safety & Security Manual - Indonesian

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Term of Reference
Safety and Security Plan SNV Indonesia 

SNV Netherlands Development Organisation
SNV is a not-for-profit international development organisation. Founded in the Netherlands 50 years ago, we have built a long-term, local presence in 39 of the poorest countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Our global team of local and international advisors works with local partners to equip communities, businesses and organisations with the tools, knowledge and connections they need to increase their incomes and gain access to basic services – empowering them to break the cycle of poverty and guide their own development.

SNV Indonesia, under the coordination of the Ministry of Home Affairs through the Directorate General of Regional Development has agreed to implement a program of cooperation for three years. Our mission, in line with government priorities is to work together with local partners to reduce poverty in local communities by catalyzing environmentally sustainable solutions for the poor in agriculture, water and sanitation, new and renewable energy and response to the climate change.

Being relatively new in the Country, SNV Indonesia required a consultant to help in developing its first Safety and Security Manual and make it operational.

The aim of the Safety and Security Manual is to provide the Country Management Team as well as all SNV Indonesia staff clear guidance on how to respond to emergency situations.

Scope
The consultant should apply a standardized approach to perform an analysis of the environment in which SNV field staff operate. From this analysis, a manual should be developed that explains how to identify the main threats, and provides advice on the most appropriate strategies to counter these threats.

The manual is to be professionally formatted and at a minimum should contain the following:
  • Introduction.  
    • Outline of where and to whom the plan applies 
    • Roles and responsibilities for security management team 
    • Obligations of all staff to security issues and procedures 
    • Briefing procedures 
    • Application of the “Security Principle”
  • Context analysis. 
    • Standard Context Analysis
    • Issues in case of armed conflict
    • Crime related considerations
  • Risk assessment. 
    • Threat Analysis 
    • Vulnerability Analysis 
    • Risk Analysis 
    • Acceptable Risk
  • Risk reduction. 
    • Acceptance 
    • Protection 
    • Deterrence
  • Standard Operational Procedures. 
    • Personal Security 
    • Communication 
    • Vehicle travel & movements 
    • Site security 
    • Staff Health 
    • Financial security 
    • Information management 
    • Incident reporting
  • Contingency Planning:
    • Evacuation/Relocation Plan
    • Medical Evacuation plan
    • Abduction, kidnap and hostage taking
    • Support after “traumatic events”
    • Natural disasters
  • Annexes: 
    • Maps 
    • Contact lists
Timeline
Proposal by Latest 28 November 2015

Proposal submission
Interested companies or individuals with minimum 5 years of experience in developing similar manuals are welcome to submit their quotation to procurement.snv@gmail.com by 28 November 2015.

The following documents need to be attached along with the quotation:
  • Company profile 
  • Sample of or reference of similar work
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