Finding facilities

This case study examines the unique challenges of accommodating the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority in a shattered city. It looks at the various CERA office locations and identifies the lessons learned throughout.

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CERA’s organisational structure

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This organisational chart outlines CERA’s structure in May 2015.

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CERA Health and Safety Management System Handbook

The CERA Health and Safety Management System (HSMS) Handbook was developed...

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