This page contains up to date the Falls Creek Resort Management operations documentation for public viewing. Please contact our office on 5758 1200 or [email protected] if you require clarification or feedback relating to the published information.
Due to coronavirus COVID19 changes have been put in place to 4Site services. A document has been developed to outline the changes to Accommodation Transport Services and Freight Operations during the 2020 Winter Season.
The Falls Creek Resort Management Operations Service Level Manual has been developed to inform stakeholders and business operators of the level of service for the numerous services and functions provided by the FCRM Operations group throughout the year.
The use of oversnow vehicles in the Falls Creek Alpine Resort (Resort) is controlled by the Board in order to manage risk, preserve the ambience of the village and encourage pedestrian engagement. It is a specific policy of the Board to progressively limit the number of oversnow vehicles in the Resort and ensure that use of oversnow vehicles relates specifically to business, emergency services and resort/ski field operational use.
This policy provides guidance on the management and operation of oversnow vehicles within the Resort. This policy applies to all areas within the resort including the village roads.
Leakage from Underground Petroleum Storage Systems (UPSS) is a significant problem within the petroleum industry. This problem is known to have environmental and safety implications. Improved working practices and a higher level of performance for UPSS are necessary to ensure protection of people, property and the environment.
This guideline has been developed in response to concerns about leakage from UPSS, and the need for clear and comprehensive guidance to owners/operators on the level of performance required for UPSS.
All connections to Falls Creek Resort Management (FCRM) water and sewer main infrastructure will be approved subject to meeting all of FCRM’s conditions. These guidelines are in place to ensure compliance to AS3500 and the Utilities Act 2000 and reduce the likelihood of any damage to FCRM infrastructure or contamination of the potable water supply or sewer system.