For Destination Management Planners
As the title already says, this guide provides advice on how to engage a community in emergency management.
This guide is especially designed for Regional Tourism Organisations and will explain their role in risk management and what to do before, during and after a crisis.
For Tourism Businesses
The ‘Don’t Risk It’ guide is a practical guide for tourism businesses on how to prepare, respond and recover from a crisis. It includes templates on all stages for businesses.
Written by the Heritage Collection Council this guide is especially designed for small museums and provides guidelines on how to write a disaster preparedness plan.
This is a template of a Bushfire Survival Plan provided by the RFS. Every tourism business needs to fill it in. If you have smart phone you can also download an app:
These two guides give some guidelines on how to communicate with people with disabilities in an emergency.
‘Terms of Business’ recommendations for tourism businesses
This guide advises tourism businesses how to integrate crisis management in normal business operations.