The handling of accidents and incidents is a key part of any safety management system. While many businesses struggle using spreadsheets and other documents and a manual system to comply with requirements. There is a better way.
I get excited at Olympic games time. They are always a great display of human achievement. Rio turned out to be no exception. It is the one occasion when I get to see the world’s elite sportspeople meet all in one place to demonstrate their prowess in their chosen sport. Delight clearly on faces as athletes push themselves to achieve personal bests and win a medal and bitter disappointment on those that missed out on their moment of glory on the podium.
At around 4am on Saturday 4 September 2010 an earthquake of 7.1 on the Richter scale occurred near Christchurch, New Zealand. It caused substantial damage to the city and Canterbury region. Five months later, Cantabrians had become used to the aftershocks and largely settled back into their routines. Businesses opened as normal all over Christchurch city on Tuesday 22 February 2011. No one could have predicted what was about to happen.
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