‘’…The safety and welfare of travellers should be a priority for travel providers, tourism accommodation providers and destination authorities….’’ ABTA Technical Guide
ErgoProlipsis having long experience in hospitality industry, can provide the following services
1. Occupational Safety Officer
The Security Technician will supervise working conditions at all facilities and in particular shall:
2. Risk Assessment
Recording and reducing risks in a hotel premises, apart from legislative obligation, is required by Tour Operators’ during HS audits. The benefits of implementing an OHS Risk assessment are
At ErgoProlipsis every OHS Risk Assessment includes:
3. Emergency Preparedness and Response
Every hotel should develop and implement an emergency plan for protecting employees, guests, contractors and anyone else in the facility.The development of an Emergency Plan is not only a legal requirement but also urgently requested by Tours Operators.
The Emergency Plan analyzes all necessary actions and responsibilities, and provides information for the evacuation process in the event of an emergency. Emergency response training, drills, and exercises reinforce incident response preparedness by working through a specific scenario. The scenario and exercise gives hotel an opportunity to practice effective implementation of their Emergency Response Plan. ErgoProlipsis team can direct and evaluate the response, and additionally conduct an after-action review, to improve the Emergency Preparedness Response Plan.
4. Evacuation plans
Evacuation Plans play a critical role in the safe evacuation and protection of everyone in a Hotel and should be available to every room, hallway, reception and public areas. By simply and effectively outlining the evacuation steps that need to be taken, the use of common, internationally recognized symbols and design, it is assured that the Evacuation Plans can be understood by all. That’s why in ErgoProlipsis all Evacuation Plans are designed to meet requirements specified in ISO 23601. In addition, their existence is a requirement of the Federation of Tour Operators (FTO) and are requested in all HS Audits.
5. OHS Training
The OHS training seminars, specially designed for hotels, focus on
The contents of the seminars include (but are not limited to) the following topics: