Business Community Resilience Toolkit
Get your business ready for disasters
Identify potential threats to your business and learn how to manage them.
Receive tools and develop strategies to prepare and recover from different disasters and disruptions to your business.
Strengthen your community
Connect with your local businesses to brainstorm solutions and learn together.
Registrations open until September 2022.
Select your LGA and tell us about your business
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Business Community Resilience (BCR) Toolkit project?
The BCR Toolkit is a FREE online program to help business prepare for future disasters and disruptions.
Delivered via 26 fortnightly modules, the program empowers local businesses in New South Wales to prepare, connect and build resilience.
This is a Bushfire Community Recovery and Resilience Fund project through the joint Commonwealth/State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.
Who is eligible to take part?
Business owners, operators and employees across 23 Local Government Areas in New South Wales. There is no limit on the number of people from each business that can register.
Northern NSW LGAs: Armidale, Ballina, Byron, Clarence Valley, Kyogle, Lismore, Nambucca, Richmond Valley, Tenterfield, Tweed, Uralla
Southern NSW LGAs: Bega Valley, Cootamundra-Gundagai, Eurobodalla, Goulburn Mulwaree, Greater Hume, Queanbeyan-Palerang, Shoalhaven, Snowy Monaro, Snowy Valleys, Upper Lachlan, Wagga Wagga, Wingecarribee
How long does the project run for?
There are 26 modules, with a new module released every fortnight.
The first module launched in October 2021.
Registrations will remain open until we release the final module in September 2022.
When you sign up, you can catch up on previous modules.
Who is leading the project?
Corporate2community (C2C) are experts in building resilient businesses, helping communities thrive and leading multi-stakeholder collaborations.
We've worked with local stakeholders to identify the most relevant risks and vulnerabilities in each region.
We've compiled the content based on our experience working with communities before, during and after disasters.
This is a Bushfire Community Recovery and Resilience Fund project through the joint
Commonwealth/State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.