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New Zealand lock down procedures

Lockdowns: New Zealand’s Latest Crisis

This short article follows the recent webinar RiskLogic Australia and our sister company, FirstAction presented on Emergency Management and response technology. The full webinar can be found here. Rowan Allsop, National Operations and Training Manager at FirstAction has extensive knowledge and experience when it comes to lockdowns. During his interview in the recent webinar, Rowan […]

Nelson Fires New Zealand

The Nelson Fires Crisis

Too often do organisations find themselves subjected to another organisation’s (or individual’s) careless mistakes. For Nelson, it was supposedly a spark from some machinery in the wrong place at the wrong time. Due to a series of consistent and significant events in 2017, insurance providers paid out $280+ billion in pay-outs; the most expensive on […]

CQ Crisis Management Planning New Zealand

The CQ Crisis Management Program: Planning

Organisations in Australasia today are underprepared for tomorrow’s crisis. The lack of crisis readiness is evident across most sectors of the economy and undermines the stability of many organisations. It presents a significant risk to an entity’s reputation, market share, financial stability and regulatory compliance. Crisis management has traditionally been the domain of public relations […]

Crisis Management Program New Zealand

RiskLogic Releases the CQ Crisis Management Program

RiskLogic has been researching demographic activities and behaviours in the crisis management and business continuity fields and found that New Zealand organisations want simplified but effective programs at affordable prices. The three main wants we uncovered for a program are: Easy to adopt and maintain   Effective and relevant to the organisation   Affordable RiskLogic […]

New Zealand Earthquakes crisis management

Stimulating Interest Before a Crisis Event

Written by Brad Law, New Zealand Country Manager. On the 30th of October, New Zealand was again rocked by a 6.2 earthquake south-west of Taumaranui. This is nothing unusual for a Cantabrian, but my hotel in Wellington swaying and rolling certainly caused some beads of sweat. A few hours later after my first meeting of the […]

The buzz word: Denial | Day three

Source: Oxford Dictionary – Denial: The action of denying something / [count noun] A statement that something is not true / The refusal of something requested or desired. It took two massive earthquakes to wake up New Zealand to the realities of natural disasters. Almost all professionals we meet, share the same key worry surrounding […]