Guide to developing emergency response plan

Any recent emergency event reminds us how necessary it is to have emergency management plans. We do have legislation to make sure we have response plans for some emergencies like…

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Are You Ready for the Big One?

It’s not if, it’s when. A 4.6 magnitude earthquake was felt in the capital city last Thursday afternoon, leaving Wellingtonians shook (more). But the ‘big one’ is yet to come.…

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Act FAST – Call 111 for stroke symptoms!

Stroke is the third largest killer in NZ after heart disease and cancer. The Ministry of Health’s campaign to help people recognise the symptoms is anchoring around the acronym FAST •FACE…

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Woman kneeling over a man doing Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

According to the Heart Foundation, sudden cardiac arrest is a leading cause of death in adults. However, the immediate performance of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) on the victim can double the…

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Dealing with Armed Robbery

It is widely believed that the duration of most armed robberies is under one minute. This is a very short time frame for the offender(s) to carry out their plan,…

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111 For Those With Hearing or Speech Difficulties

Do you have difficulty hearing or talking on the phone? If so, then you are eligible to register for a text message system to connect you directly to emergency services.…

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Is Terrorism a Credible Threat to Workplaces?

The word ‘terrorism’ has again become ubiquitous in the media. As part of this, the BBC published a thoughtful piece on what to do in case of an attack: But…

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Are you in a Tsunami Risk Zone?

People on the coast should run for high ground if they feel a quake strong enough that they cannot stand, or which lasts for more than one minute. This advice…

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Diabetes: The Basics

More than 5% of adult kiwis have been diagnosed with diabetes (MOH 2013/14 About 100,000 more are suffering but have not yet been diagnosed ( Could you be one of…

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The Basics – Civil Defence Emergencies

The Ministry of Civil Defence provides advice on preparing for emergencies at work here: As part of this, they explain the building owners’ obligations under the Fire Safety and Evacuation…

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