Destinations that plan, prepare and mange risk can recover up to twice as quickly as those that do not.
This Guide provides useful information for tourism operators and managers on best-practice processes to develop a risk management strategy for a destination or a business and how to implement the strategy and to maintain its effectiveness over time. It provides ...
Three half-day training programs and all of the necessary supporting material, provide both a general overview to risk management in tourism and specific directions on the development of risk management strategies for destinations and businesses.
Bushfires threaten life and property throughout South Australia each summer. Making the right decision to ‘stay and defend ‘or ‘leave early’ for yourself and your family is critical for your safety and survival.
Being Bushfire Ready is a shared responsibility between the Government, fire agencies and the community. If you live, work or travel in an area where bushfires can occur, then you need to prepare a bushfire survival plan ahead of time ...
Two scoping studies have been integrated into one report to address the issue of climate change and the tourism industry in Australia. 1) Climate Change Policies and Australian Tourism: scoping study of the economic aspects by Peter Forsyth, Larry Dwyer ...
All tourism destinations might be expected to experience damage from an extreme natural event (ENE) at some point in time. ENEs are predicted to increase in both frequency and intensity along the east coast of Australia as global climate change ...
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