• Vojin Pilipović , Faculty of Law and Business Studies, dr. Lazar Vrkatić, Novi Sad
  • Zdravko Skakavac Faculty of Law and Business Studies, dr. Lazar Vrkatić, Novi Sad
Keywords: safety endangering, tourism, risks, plans, protection and rescue


The endangering phenomena of natural, social, technical and technological origin and their consequences have a global character for a long time and represent everyday risk to people's lives, the safety of their property and the environment. Accidents can be the cause of catastrophes, or emergency situations whose consequences are severe. The organisation and outfitting of subjects of protection and rescue has grave importance for taking precautionary measures and preventing dangers and risks to people and their property, especially in tourist destinations. Work of emergency services is particulary important in preventive goal, to reduce risk and manage emergency situations when they happen. In order to protect tourist destinations and tourists, adequate measures must be taken to develop risk assessment and protection plans, as well as design and construction of safe facilities to mitigate catastrophe consequences.


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How to Cite
Pilipović, V., & Skakavac, Z. (2019). SAFETY OF PEOPLE AND FACILITIES IN TOURISM - FORMS OF THREATS AND MEASURES OF PROTECTION. Tourism International Scientific Conference Vrnjačka Banja - TISC, 4(1), 606-624. Retrieved from