Tourism safety works exclusively with evidence-based best practice. As such, we take pride in contributing to the legal, tourism, health, and education professional literatures.
Our reports to clients include the best available peer-reviewed scientific and industry information. This standard is maintained by actively contributing the global knowledge base.
Tourism in Turbulent Times
Tourism in Turbulent Times presents an international review of the challenges faced by the world's largest industry and governments around the world to provide safe and enjoyable experiences for visitors.
Edited by Jeff Wilks, Donna Pendergast and Peter Leggat; published by Elsevier, Oxford, UK. ISBN 0 08 044666 3
Tourism Risk Management for the Asia Pacific Region
This report was commissioned by the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) countries in response to the 2002 Bali bombings. It provides comprehensive guidelines for developing risk management initiatives in tourism.
Written by Jeff Wilks and Stewart Moore; published by the Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism, Southport, Australia. ISBN 1 920704 75 2
Managing Tourist Health and Safety in the New Millennium
This book provides a comprehensive review of the issues facing government agencies and tourism managers in the developing area of tourist health and safety.
Edited by Jeff Wilks and Stephen Page; published by Elsevier, Oxford.
ISBN 0 08 044000 2
International Visitors and Road Safety
This report examined tourist risk management issues and the road safety preparedness of Australia and New Zealand leading up to the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
Edited by Jeff Wilks, Barry Watson and Robert Hansen; published by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, Canberra. ISBN 1-86435-464-X
Scuba Safety in Australia
A review in the Medical Journal of Australia recommended that this book be a compulsory reference for anyone working in underwater medicine and those involved with recreational scuba diving.
Edited by Jeff Wilks, John Knight and John Lippmann; published by JL Publications, Melbourne. ISBN 0-9590306-7-0