The importance of management of crisis like a national disaster has been emphasized due to the increase of grand scale disaster, accident and diseases of recent 2～3 years which is predicted to be fastened as a big issues in both national and international level. This research has performed to build a response system to manage the risk and minimize the negative effect to the tourism industry from crisis which include large scale disaster, disease and accident. As a research outcomes, theoretical model of crisis management for tourism industry has been suggested. The model of crisis management for tourism industry has six steps; pre-crisis, prodromal, crisis, short-term recovery, long-term recovery and termination of crisis. The content of elements in this model has also six steps; detection, prevention, react, probation, rebuild, and evaluation & feed back. Final stage includes the management strategy and action plans for each step. Lastly, the policy agendas have been presented. Crisis management is needed to retain the confidence of travelers and the tourism industry and also to minimize the impact of a disaster on a destination and also provides some guidelines to help the tourism industry to handle disasters, diseases and accidents.