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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 […]

Crisis Management Technology

Tactical Emergency Response Webinar – Technology in Action

Subscribe to our mailing list so you don’t miss future webinars. The 30 minute Tactical Emergency Response webinar draws on experience from real life events and provide insights into how organisations are using Activate to manage and execute their emergency response programs with speed. This webinar is geared toward the use of the technology application […]

Incident Management Exercise

Collaborative joint exercises improve an organisation’s response to an emergency

RiskLogic and FirstAction recently conducted a multi-agency workshop for the Jenolan Caves Reserve Trust. An iconic tourist facility to Tourism NSW and attracting up to 2,000 daily visitors, the Jenolan Caves are significant tourism assets for the Blue Mountains and Central NSW regions – boosting the economy and providing a stimulus for visitors to travel […]