Security Risk Management Professional Certification
Exam Reference List
Country Level Certification Exam References:
Buth, P. (2010). Crisis Management of Critical Incidents. European Interagency Security Forum (EISF). Retrieved from:
Claus, L. (2011). Duty of care and travel risk management global benchmarking study. International SOS. Retrieved from:
European Commission's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department. (2004).Generic security guide for humanitarian organisations. Retrieved from:
Finucane, C. The cost of security risk management for NGOs. (2013). European Interagency Security Forum (EISF). Retrieved from:
Humanitarian Accountability Partnership (HAP). (2010). The 2010 HAP standard in accountability and quality management. Retrieved from:
Humanitarian Practice Network. (December 2010). Operational security management in violent environments (Revised edition). Retrieved from:
International Committee of the Red Cross. (2013). Managing sensitive protection information. Protection standards for protection work carried out by humanitarian and human rights actors in armed conflict and other Situations of violence. Geneva: ICRC0. Retrieved from:
International Organization of Standardization (ISO). ISO/Guide 73:2009(en). Retrieved from:
International Organization of Standardization (ISO); The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). (November 2009). IEC/ISO Risk management – Risk assessment techniques.
International Organization of Standardization (ISO). (November 2009). ISO 31000:2009 Risk management – Principles and guidelines.
Irish Aid. (2013). Irish aid guidelines for NGO professional safety and security risk management. Retrieved from:
RedR Incident Information Guidelines/Handbook (forthcoming).
The Signal Code. (n.d.) The signal code (human rights approach to information during crisis. Retrieved from
Persaud, C. (2012). Gender and security: guidelines for mainstreaming gender in security risk management. European Interagency Security Forum (EISF). Retrieved from:
United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. (n.d). Skills development for conflict transformation. Retrieved from:
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Human Affairs (October 2014). Humanitarianism in the age of cyber-warfare: towards the principled and secure use of information in humanitarian emergencies. OCHA Policy and Studies Series, 011. New York: OCHA. Retrieved from:
World Association of Non-Governmental Organizations. (2004). Codes of ethics and conduct for NGOs. Retrieved from: