Working at Alert Level 3 – A COVID-19 Checklist

Working at Alert Level 3 – A COVID-19 Checklist

As New Zealand prepares to ease the lockdown, enterprises operating under COVID-19 Alert Level 3 need to work out how to do so safely. The core objective of Level 3 is to: enable more enterprises to resume, while protecting the health and safety of workers, and protecting the wider population from transmission and spread of the virus. We have..

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..

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

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

Everyone was confident that ABS would make a big difference to the risk of nose-to-tail car collisions.   How wrong we were! I was initially astounded when the statistics were reported years ago: no difference in nose-to-tail crash rates. Why? “Risk compensation” the researchers said. It turns out that drivers of cars fitted with ABS were more confident of their..

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