How many people in a boat is too many, and where are the lifejackets?


Risk never goes away but we can minimise it

In most work environments the management of a crisis rests with the management at the time of the incident and ultimately the reputation of the company rests not on the outcome of the crisis but the way it was dealt with. Resorts and Hotels are no exception. If incidents involving guests and accidents are handled poorly the cost can be high.

Pacific Medicare provides Risk Management and Crisis Management to address the complex issues involved in risk proofing a working environment to minimise the risk of an incident. The courses also provide the skills training necessary for personnel to manage a crisis from its creation to the end.

This course is not a standard course but is situational and specific to each work place, Resorts especially. Risk and Crisis Management Training is strongly recommended on the Resort, in conjunction with emergency care training, and after consultation with Pacific Staff to ensure essential factors of risk are identified and trained on accordingly.

Should Resort guests be responsible for carrying out rescues?


Pacific Medicare can provide risk analysis for Resort and Work Places

Often an outside eye can pick up subtle and hidden risk factors normally overlooked by those within the working environment. By recognizing risk within the environment our clients are able to focus on risk elimination or management. They also have the capacity to direct safety and emergency care training around identified risk factors to better prepare their staff for emergencies when they happen.

Pacific Medicare Risk Analysis Packages Available

3 hour analysis

  • On site physical risk analysis identification survey
  • Course recommendation
  • Report tabling factors and recommended strategies

1 day analysis

  • On site physical risk analysis identification survey
  • Key personnel interviews
  • Accident register analysis
  • Course development on recognised factors
  • Report tabling factors and recommended strategies