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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 […]

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Auckland Convention Fire

No Smoke Without Fire: The Auckland NZICC Crisis

At approximately 1pm on Tuesday the 22nd of October, a fire started in the (still under construction) 700 million-dollar New Zealand International Convention Centre (NZICC). Although the investigation into how and why the fire started could take up to another two weeks, it’s been alleged that a junior contract construction worker left a blow torch […]

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FENZE Emergency Scheme and procedure New Zealand

Is Your Business Ready For The FENZ Emergency Scheme?

One year in for New Zealand’s updated fire and emergency regulations (FENZE Scheme & Procedure), how confident are you that your business has the right emergency procedures in place?   Evacuation schemes and procedures As of 1 July 2018, most New Zealand buildings must by law have an approved and managed evacuation scheme or procedure. […]

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Why You Need to Consider A Crisis Communications Plan

When an event occurs, usually it’s one that effects a larger variety of people and organisations. Seldom are you at the very centre of that event or having to explain why it happened. However, as we know, it can happen – no matter how unlikely you think it is. CEOs and Boards need to be […]

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RiskLogic Lockdown webinar

Schools in Lockdown: How we move forward

A recording of this webinar and more information on the content discussed below, is found here. Our webinar scheduled for September 23rd at 10:30 am will see Brad Law and Cheryl Hambly of RiskLogic begin an important discussion off the back of the recent KPMG Schools Lockdown report. The team are proud to be supported […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Crisis Management training exercise new zealand

The CQ Crisis Management Program: Validation

You’ll experience firsthand the impact of not validating plans when a crisis occurs. The final professional practice of the Crisis Management and Business Continuity Lifecycle is validation. Although it is the last step, it is arguably the most important and is regularly put on hold due to other commitments or budget constraints. Failure to complete […]

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Crisis Management new Zealand CMP

The CQ Crisis Management Program: Training

Any Crisis, Business Continuity or Incident Management Plan is only as good as the team using it during a crisis. It’s all about the people. Don’t just train your primary Team Leaders, train the whole team, as well as reserve staff. Traditionally, Crisis Team Members were expected to provide effective leadership during an incident with […]

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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 […]

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