Business Continuity for COVID-19 Coronavirus Outbreaks – Planning Scenario and Case Study

Business Continuity for COVID-19 Coronavirus Outbreaks – Planning Scenario and Case Study

Business Continuity Planning for COVID-19 Coronavirus On 24 February the Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, said there was a very high chance COVID-19 will reach New Zealand. That has now happened with the first case in Auckland in a traveller just returned from Iran. We were fortunate as the person showed obvious symptoms of the disease, and his family did..

Personal reflections on airline pandemic response

Personal reflections on airline pandemic response

The rapidly developing COVID-19 situation and talk of a possible / probable global pandemic, has made me reflect on my prior experience as the Manager of BCP at Air New Zealand back in the 2000’s – a period where, thanks to SARS and Bird Flu, the world learnt first-hand how the rapid rise of mass global travel had changed..

Maritime expert joins Navigatus

Maritime expert joins Navigatus

Navigatus is very pleased to advise current and future clients, that Duncan MacKenzie has joined our Auckland based team.  While he will be based in the Auckland office, given the level of maritime knowledge and recent defence force experience, his expertise is already being applied across New Zealand including in Auckland, the Cook Strait and Fiordland areas. Duncan has..

COVID-19 how can we prepare?

COVID-19 how can we prepare?

Every day we hear more news of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 that has swept through the Hubei Province in China. The news reports seem to offer contrasting views day by day on whether an inflection point has been reached.  Meanwhile the death toll keeps climbing. How can we prepare for this disease? The initial response in China to the..

COVID-19 how bad is it?

COVID-19 how bad is it?

Is the epidemic accelerating or coming under control in China? At this time, it’s hard to know what the true state of the COVID-19 epidemic is. There are grounds for both optimism and pessimism. The raw data shows the number of confirmed cases increasing day-by day. However, the number of confirmed cases is just the tip of the iceberg...

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