ANZECC BENCHMARKING AND BEST PRACTICE PROGRAM Visitor Risk Management & Public Liability
A Benchmarking and Best Practice Program established through the ANZECC Standing Committee on Conservation in 1994, and coordinated by the ANZECC Working Group on National Parks and Protected Areas Management. This Program comprises aseries of Best Practice projects which aim to assist in sharing knowledge and information to improve practices and processes for arange of responsibilities undertaken by landmanagement agencies.
Forest Research - Managing public safety on harvesting sites
This Note sets out the different roles and responsibilities for managing public safety to ensure that activities on and around harvesting worksites are co-ordinated and the right tasks are carried out by the right people. It provides information and advice on suitable control measures and illustrates good practice through the use of scenarios.
Forestry Commission England - Managing Visitor Safety in the Outdoors Guiding Principles - slide presentation
HSE - Health and safety made simple leaflet
HSE - Management of the risk from falling trees or branches
Management for People – Monitoring (Scottish Natural Heritage)
The Management for People system and toolkit is for anyone responsible for looking after a countryside or heritage site.
Managing Visitor Safety in the Countryside – Principles and Practice (Visitor Safety in the Countryside Group)
Comprehensive guidance providing best practice, guiding principles and information on managing visitor safety in the countryside. The guide covers identifying risks, planning and managing for risk, accident reporting and investigating, and the law and visitor safety, and emergency response and information, education and interpretation.
Road Safety Audit
VISITOR SAFETY IN THE COUNTRYSIDE GROUP - Good Practice Guide
Wild Scotland - Good Practice Guide Good Practice Guidelines for Mountain Bike Tour Operators, Guides, Instructors and Coaches operating in Scotland