Updating Housekeeper and Guest Safety Protocols as Hotels Re-Open: a Strategic Approach

USA, Barrington, Illinois. June 24, 2020

As the nation continues to answer and overcome the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, and with states and countries relaxing restrictions, hotel operators are responding with strategies to minimize COVID-19 transmission risk. "Now hotel operators must manage a new challenge - a long period of risk management through which they cannot rely solely on safety-first strategies without impacting guest stays" Ladley says.

David Ladley, President explains how operators are continuously assessing risk, intervening, and preventing transmission, and monitoring progress, considering their unique circumstances and the various markets where they are located. They are using a data-driven, proactive approach to planning their re-openings. With safety as the overriding priority, hotel operators rely on the health and wellbeing of their guests and team members as a top priority. Together with industry leaders, hotel properties have redefined the cleaning protocols to help ensure you feel confident in staying at their hotel.

Many hotels around the globe are installing the EZI MAID BED LIFTING SYSTEM to not only benefit the health and wellbeing of their team members, this also allow the hotel property to ensure an even more thorough cleaning of the guest room. A Strategic Approach points out that with a strong foundation for safely operating in the current environment and a proficient understanding of measuring and monitoring risk, hotel operators are establishing plans to restore valuable services


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Component Sales Group, Inc
T: 847-922-0511
E: david@ezimaid.us
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