Risk management for stock owners in times of fire and flood
Natural disasters such as floods and bushfires can have a major impact on the management and financial viability of rural properties, as well as major implications for animal welfare.
Landholders have a responsibility to ensure that management and property development plans recognise the risks and incorporate the strategies that are necessary to ensure the safety of all persons, livestock and any residential dwellings, and the security of the plant and equipment, in the event of such a disaster. This Primefact discusses:
- risk assessment
- risk reduction strategies