Worse Case Scenario versus Risk & Combustible Cladding on Buildings

Gaye FrancisDiligent Decision Making, Due Diligence, Risk Management, Uncategorized

Background The start of 2019 has seen much media attention to various incidents resulting from, arguably, negligent decision making. One such incident was the recent high-rise apartment building fire in Melbourne that resulted in hundreds of residents evacuated. The fire is believed to have started due to a discarded cigarette on a balcony and quickly spread five storeys. The Melbourne … Read More

Why your team has a duty of care to show they’ve been duly diligent

Richard RobinsonDiligent Decision Making, Due Diligence, Risk Management

In October and November (2018), I presented due diligence concepts at four conferences: The Chemeca Conference in Queenstown, the ISPO (International Standard for maritime Pilot Organizations) conference in Brisbane, the Australian Airports Association conference in Brisbane (with Phil Shaw of Avisure) and the NZ Maritime Pilots conference in Wellington. The last had the greatest representation of overseas presenters. In particular, … Read More