Kevin Oldham - Navigatus ConsultingKevin Oldham is an experienced executive manager, with extensive background in leading risk management and research projects. As a director of Navigatus Consulting, the demands of a busy risk consulting practice have him applying risk management principles across a range of sectors. This includes aviation, rail, and maritime through to large scale oil spills, hazardous activities and workplace safety.

In particular, Kevin brings expertise in strategic foresight, environmental and safety management, quality assurance, auditing and organisational change. He also has extensive knowledge of regulatory frameworks and has led approval and consultant teams on large infrastructure projects.

As evident through much of his work, he has a particular interest in evidence-led decision making and innovative solutions.

Kevin’s background in environmental engineering, has involved a high level of management of stakeholder and community engagement. Bringing this knowledge and expertise together helps ensure the success of almost any project and encourages buy-in to outcomes. As a result, this is a key consideration in all Kevin’s work.

He is a member of the Institute of Professional Engineers NZ, Society for Risk Analysis, Institute of Directors, American Association for the Advancement of Science and also the Resource Management Law Association.

Kevin is also an elected board member of the Marine Farming Association and the Marlborough Shellfish Quality Programme.


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Risk Compensation vs prudence – two sides of the same coin?

Risk Compensation vs prudence – two sides of the same coin?

September 9, 2019

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An emerging solution to aviation carbon emissions?

An emerging solution to aviation carbon emissions?

August 23, 2019

The concept of flygskam (flight shaming), coming from northern Europe, arises from...

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Trust: the Currency of Success in Banking

Trust: the Currency of Success in Banking

May 13, 2018

The Hayne Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial...

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Tsunami Risk on Wellington to Petone Rail Corridor

Tsunami Risk on Wellington to Petone Rail Corridor

December 17, 2017

Tsunamis are a significant risk to rail opreations. That's the surprising conclusion...

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New rapids at Roxburgh show how maritime safety risks evolve

New rapids at Roxburgh show how maritime safety risks evolve

December 1, 2017

As Roxburgh cleans up from the flash flooding, kayakers are playing in the new rapids...

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New Otago Harbourmaster

New Otago Harbourmaster

November 29, 2017

Water users in the Otago Region are now served by Steve Rushbrook, a full time professional...

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Kevin Assists with Developing New SafePlus Toolkit

Kevin Assists with Developing New SafePlus Toolkit

November 28, 2017

On 23 November three NZ government agencies launched SafePlus, a new health and...

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Book Review on Acceptable Risks

Book Review on Acceptable Risks

May 4, 2017

Acceptable Risks - As published in RiskNZ Risk Post April 2017 You can't know where...

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