Ensure Security Throughout Your Entire Facility

All Hazards Threat Vulnerability and Risk Assessment (AH-TVRA)

1. Assess

the existing security protection in terms of countering the identified security risks.

2. Evaluate

identified threats and establish the level of risk, the likelihood of an adverse event and its resulting impact.

3. Provide

gap analysis to isolate areas where your security program does not meet industry best practices.

4. Recommend

risk control strategies to mitigate identified security risks to an acceptable level at an acceptable cost.

"Joe's thorough analysis of both our strengths and weaknesses enabled the district to create a solid plan for securing our district. Furthermore, his interactions with staff throughout his visits made them feel confident in the recommendations contained within the TVRA."

"Our district serves over 13,000 students across 15 schools. Throughout the process, Integra Services gave every one of our schools the attention required for the most thorough analysis. Our security practices have been much improved as a result of the audit."

An effective Threat Vulnerability & Risk Assessment (TVRA) is the first step in developing a valuable facility security program. Adequate security starts with a clear understanding of your vulnerabilities. We can help you gauge your strengths and weaknesses in a wide variety of scenarios and give your organization the roadmap it needs to enhance your security. The TVRA process is essential to identify your organization’s security risks and ensures that a physical security program is designed to combat those risks.

A TVRA is a comprehensive review of the security profile of your physical plant. To accomplish this our experienced assessors conduct on-site visits to your facility(s) where all emergency policy, plans, equipment, staff training, and layout of the buildings are evaluated for safety and security risks to identify gaps in your security. We conduct interviews with staff including the facility administrators/ grounds team/facilities officials/employees and security team to gain an understanding of your security profile from every point of view. This helps us create the best possible security framework for your organization.


Once the assessment is complete each building receives a written report on all findings along with a “Road Map” to mitigate any weaknesses found. Also included is a meeting with stakeholders and staff to review findings and recommendations. Using the information from the TVRA and the Road Map the organization can then go about the business of closing the security gaps found and do so in a fiscally sound manner.


Our experience and comprehensive approach deliver optimum results for our clients.