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Why You Should Stop Telling Staff to “Lockdown”

In the last week, RiskLogic’s website spiked on search results for the keyword lockdown. And what do we typically associate the word lockdown within New Zealand and Australia? Probably the March 15th, Mosque shooting in Christchurch and the Lindt Café siege in Sydney. But is lockdown the correct terminology to use currently? What we’re dealing […]

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 […]

Emergency Management Jobs New Zealand

Wanted: Emergency Management Facilitator & Trainer

Effective, experienced Emergency Management Professionals are few and far between in New Zealand. Those that have experience in front of large organisations, building programs and facilitating them to an industry recognised standard are a commodity. But it’s this unique breed we’re looking for in our new Emergency Management Facilitator role. RiskLogic New Zealand has grown […]

CIMS Training for Businesses

CIMS Training for Businesses: A Breakdown

The release of our CIMS 2 & 4 training did not necessarily come from market demand for Emergency Management training or warden training. Although this course has always been the most searched for term in the Emergency Management category, Google seldom provides results for corporate and partner training programs. A corporate and partner training program […]