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Murray Gillon

As New Zealand’s largest dam owner, ECNZ has actively managed dam safety since its inception in 1987. During this time it has managed several major dam safety issues and enhanced its dam safety management practices. This has occurred in an environment of organisational change and increasingly competitive commercial pressures.

The change in emphasis from a primarily technical emphasis to dam safety towards a commercial focus is described together with details of highly rated dam surveillance system, some continuous improvement initiatives, and recent enhancements to the dam safety programme. The position of responsible ownership in regard to risk and legal requirements is also discussed.

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    1998  Papers

    1998 – Changes in the ECNZ Dam Safety Assurance Programme

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    1999  Papers

    1999 – Karapiro Dam – Stability Investigations and Enhancement Works

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    2001  Papers

    2001 – Coliban Water Dam Improvement Projects – The Decommissioning Option

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    2001  Papers

    2001 – Criteria for Developing Seismic Loads for the Safety Evaluation of Dams of Two New Zealand Owners

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    2005  Papers

    2005 – A Contribution to Public Safety Studies – Failure Modes and Likelihood Analysis for a Tephra Dam on an Active Volcano

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    2011  Papers

    2011 – The Quality Chain of Dam Surveillance

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