Workshop teaches how to weatherproof

THE Bundaberg region's tourism authority wants tourism businesses to be prepared in case extreme weather strikes the area this summer.

"Cyclones, floods, bushfires, severe rain storms, dust storms and tsunamis can strike without warning and be devastating to communities," Bundaberg North Burnett Tourism CEO James Corvan said.

Tourism Queensland and Bundaberg North Burnett Tourism want Queensland tourism businesses to have the appropriate plans in place so they can respond and recover quickly and continue to employ their staff and welcome visitors to Queensland.

Mr Corvan said the first step in how to weatherproof a business was by attending the free "Crisis Management Workshop - Learn How to Weatherproof Your Business" on Monday.

To register a seat for this workshop call Kylie Lane on 41538844.



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