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The Human Impact of a Crisis

Written by Brad Law, Country Manager New Zealand. Media and society encourage us to think more about the economic and structural damage of a crisis, than the human impact. It’s only natural that when coverage of a major event – like the Beirut explosion – occurs, we soon forget about the human impact this would […]

Online Resilience Courses

Resilience Fundamentals Course | The Details

Enrol Today This virtual, six-week, 2-hour-per-session course is a comprehensive program for those interested in resilience best practice techniques. Designed by award-winning senior consultants, this online course will give you access to RiskLogic’s materials and resources and provide you with hands-on exercises and actionable steps for future events. You will leave prepared with the ability […]

Infectious Disease Plans NZ

Novel Coronavirus: Understanding Infectious Disease Plans

In their recent webinar on Response considerations for the Novel Coronavirus (n-CoV), Simon Petie, RiskLogic’s Regional Manager made an important comment that sits as a vital consideration and reminder around Infectious Disease Plans: “Right now, in continental US…there is 180,000 confirmed cases of Influenza B and 10,000 deaths this flu season based off influence B. What […]

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 […]