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CRISIS MANAGEMENT CASE STUDY: Meridien Marinas, Abel Point

By Tourism Queensland
CRISIS MANAGEMENT CASE STUDY: Meridien Marinas, Abel Point
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This case looks at how Meridien Marinas, Abel Point's Crisis Management Plan coped with Tropical Cyclone Ului, a Category 3 storm system with winds gusts of up to 200 kilometres, crossed the north Queensland coast at 1:00am, Sunday 21 March 2010. The impact caused widespread but moderate damage across the region and cut power for several days to an estimated 60,000 homes and businesses between Airlie Beach and Townsville.
This case looks at how Meridien Marinas, Abel Point's Crisis Management Plan coped with Tropical Cyclone Ului, a Category 3 storm system with winds gusts of up to 200 kilometres, crossed the north Queensland coast at 1:00am, Sunday 21 March 2010. The impact caused widespread but moderate damage across the region and cut power for several days to an estimated 60,000 homes and businesses between Airlie Beach and Townsville. Reduce

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"To take care of the little things prior to the cyclone so they don’t become big things, such as making sure vehicles have a full tanks of fuel and retail/customer supplies are fully stocked…"