ESTA Emergency Markers at 1000 Steps – Dandenong Ranges National Park
1000 Steps Walk (Trail) in Dandenong Ranges National Parks continues to be one of the most popular bushwalking trails attracting both locals and tourists from afar due to its convenient location from Melbourne.
Other regions around Victoria are creating their own 1000 steps and trails to attract local tourism too.
- Enjoy a famous and popular Tourist Attraction
- Go for a walk to get some fresh air
- Challenge themselves through exercise
- Train for a mountain climb or hike
- Beat a previous personal goal/record
- Jog or exercise with friends
However, they are unaware of its danger.
Due to this trail being 3km in length, both steep and narrow with a little less than 1000 actual steps, numerous Emergency Markers have been strategically placed on this walk to assist Emergency workers in better understanding the fastest way to access their patients.
Your Duty of Care is to make sure you not only install Emergency Markers at remote and challenging locations but also place numerous visible Emergency Markers strategically so Emergency responders are provided with accurate information for the fastest access to a risk situation.
Educating your local community is also one of the best risk mitigation activities you can currently undertake pre Holiday season too.