Adventure Tourism & the Science of Risk Management
Materials for a presentation on risk management theory and models
for adventure tourism organizations
College of the Rockies, Mountain Adventure Skills Training
November 14, 2022
From the presentation Adventure Tourism & the Science of Risk Management:
Self-Assessment 1: Use of Risk Management Models in Adventure Tourism Programs
Instructions for taking the self-assessment:
Click the link above to navigate to the survey.
Fill in your name and the name of your organization.
Answer each question be selecting a response from the drop-down menu: Fully Met, Partially Met, Not Met, or Not Relevant.
Cick the "Submit" button to submit your responses.
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Self-Assessment 2: Risk Management Infrastructure & Systems-Informed Design
Safety Culture video lecture presentation
Adventure Tourism and the Science of Risk Management article
Case Study: Mangatepopo Gorge Incident
Read the attached case study about the Mangatepopo Gorge incident in New Zealand. Then, complete the attached worksheet, identifying the factors in each risk domain that you believe may have contributed to the incident's occurrence.
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