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coronavirus travel restrictions

COVID-19: Repatriating and working with international staff

As coronavirus cases surge around the globe, the Australian Government has increased restrictions for travellers entering Australia, either denying entry or mandating a 14-day self-isolation period. Additionally, the global travel advisory has been raised to level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ in the hopes of discouraging all international travel. In an unprecedented action, the Minister for […]

Coronavirus outbreak

Novel Coronavirus: when should your crisis management team be activated

COVID-19 (novel coronavirus): when should your crisis management team be activated 31st January 2020 In light of the WHO declaring COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, RiskLogic’s Regional Manager – Simon Petie talks to what organisations can do to mitigate the impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak. In summary: Work on […]

Crisis management in tourism

Crisis Management in Tourism – When Tragedy Strikes

22nd January 2020 – Contributors: Briony Morgan, Senior Manager and Jessica Petersen, Manager. The tourism industry has experienced exponential increase in global travel in recent decades, but with this comes new challenges. Organisations conducting travel, such as travel companies, schools or universities, are facing growing pressures to efficiently manage natural disasters or man-made catastrophes around […]

lockdown to crisis response

Lockdown to Crisis Response: Lessons from 2019

10th December 2019 The tragic events that unfolded in Christchurch on 15th March, 2019, are a sobering reminder of the very real threat that active aggressors pose on crowded places. The human impacts of these events are always profound – shaping our communities, critical services and business operating environment. Subsequent to these events, questions around […]

Schools in lockdown - how we move forward

Schools in lockdown – How we move forward

Subscribe to future webinars In late August 2019, The Ministry of Education shared their outsourced review on the city-wide  Lockdown during the 15th march events. This 84-page report covered some key areas of consideration including: the quantitative results of their research;   timeline of events;   stakeholders and current policies;   Canterbury survey results, and […]

Webinar | Lockdown - lessons from christchurch

Lockdown-Lessons from Christchurch webinar

Subscribe to future webinars The tragic events that unfolded in Christchurch on 15th March 2019 are a sobering reminder of the very real threat that active aggressors pose on places of mass gathering. The human impacts of these events are always profound – shaping our communities, critical services and business operating environment. Many lessons are […]

RiskLogic Perth office

RiskLogic opens new Perth office

RiskLogic has opened a new office in Perth – demonstrating a long-term commitment to clients, businesses and Partners in Western Australia. The Perth office adds to the national growth of RiskLogic and will offer the full suite of resilience services including Business Continuity, Crisis Management, Incident Management, Cyber Consulting and Crisis Communications. The Perth office […]

University student clashes

Impacts of student clashes on Crisis Management Planning at Australian universities

Rising political tensions in Hong Kong are impacting organisations around the world, with Australian universities reporting escalating violent clashes between pro-Hong Kong and pro-China students. The clashes began with two students. Both from different backgrounds. Both attending the University of Queensland. Both were new to activism and met over their outrage with the current situations […]