As the novel coronavirus – now named COVID-19, information and situation continues to evolve rapidly, and the World Health Organisation (WHO) officially declaring the outbreak as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, many organisations may be impacted and should understand the potential impacts to their people, operations and reputation. In New Zealand, much of the information shared is generic and rarely concentrated to this part of the world.
To help leadership teams quickly assess the situation and enact critical incident/crisis management plans, business continuity plans, as well as specific infectious disease preparedness plans, RiskLogic has made available some free resources to help organisations with their response.
We also have some upcoming webinars which are now open for registration. These are free to attend
COVID-19 alert bulletins
Get the latest situational updates regarding the COVID-19 (aka Novel coronavirus) outbreak. The information is sourced from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Australian & New Zealand Government information sources. Further updates will be issued as new information becomes available.
This checklist provides a quick guide on what you may wish to consider in preparing your response to the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) outbreak. Two templates are available, with a specific one for the education sector.
crisis management team
RiskLogic’s Regional Manager – Simon Petie talks to what organisations can do to mitigate the impacts of the (COVID-19) Novel Coronavirus outbreak. Give yourself one minute and 17 seconds to watch the video.
Governments around the world have announced tightening travel restrictions in an effort to stem the spread of the COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus). To help with your response, RiskLogic has collated travel restriction data – accessible via the links below. Further updates will be issued as new information becomes available.
Response considerations for the 2019 n-Cov outbreak
This 45 minute webinar examines the response considerations derived from assisting organisations respond to this event, and an update on COVID-19 (coronavirus) information, including:
• Situation assessment, team activation and stand-down
• Communications amidst the noise
• Blind spots
• Managing and integrating teams and experts as the event unfolds
• How technology is being used during the response
• Where to from here?
Free Webinar (for schools)
Critical Incident Management in the school environment
This 45 minute webinar will look at the principles of Critical Incident Management in the School environment, building off response considerations derived from recent events, including COVID-19 (2019 n-Cov). The key discussion areas are:
• The evolving threat landscape for Schools
• Response considerations derived from recent events
• Principles of Critical Incident Management in Schools