Megan goes bushwhacking

As a company who’s majority clientele live and work in very remote, isolated and often wilderness type environments we have to ensure that all our staff have a good frame of reference to this unique type of environment.

One of our new incident managers, Megan Price has a great deal of experience in the mining environment and medical industry however none within the lodge/ bush environment. We therefore sent her off on a 4 day trip to the Sabi Sand Game Reserve in South Africa where she visited a few of our clients and got to get a good understanding of […] Read more

Our Unique Models

Modeling is gathering information from the parties affected by the incident and understanding what the problem is and what caused it.

Good modeling is important because it leads to a good action plan which is more likely to resolve the problem properly.

Finding out exactly what happened, where, when and how and what impact may result, by asking the right questions and speaking to the key people involved and knowing how they may be being influenced by the stresses and pressures of critical incidents is crucial to effective situation modeling.

Our staff spends a significant […] Read more