Preparing your business for bushfire
Preparing for a bushfire can help to protect you, your business, staff and customers.
A quick guide for tourism businesses
This guide outlines how your business can check Fire Danger Ratings and fire warnings and what information you can provide your customers.
Bushfire information for your customers
Free resources that can be used to inform visitors about bushfire safety are available for tourism businesses and holiday accommodation booking agencies to order. Choose from brochures, fridge magnets, key tags and Fire Danger Rating displays.
When customers cancel: Guidance for tourism businesses
This guide explains your rights and the rights of your customers when it comes to cancelling bookings in the event of a crisis and why a cancellation policy may avoid potential problems.
Employment entitlements during natural disasters or emergencies
An employee may have entitlements under their award or agreement that are relevant in an emergency or natural disaster. If no entitlements exist, this guide will assist in determining the options available to employers and employees depending on their circumstances.
Crisis Essentials: Crisis management for tourism businesses
This guide provides information to assist tourism businesses to prepare for, respond to, and recover from a crisis event such as a bushfire.
Further information and support
Bushfire planning can be daunting, so why do it alone? Bring a few local tourism business owners together for a practical, tailored planning workshop with a CFA expert. Or book the home bushfire advice service to receive expert fire safety advice at your place of business. These options and further information are available at cfa.vic.gov.au/plan-prepare.
|Last Updated ( Friday, 26 April 2013 )|