Accor reinforces its hygiene protocols under an own label

Accor reinforces its hygiene protocols under an own label

International tourism

Accor announced the launch of All-Stay Well, a new platform of well-being for the region of north and Central America, which will focus on the care and safety of guests and employees through the prevention of the Covid-19.

Phase one of the programme will be including new and strict standards of health and safety, focused on 20 key points through the process of the guest and the employee, informs the chain in a press release.

In addition, will have oversight of a team of expert advisors to ensure maximum effectiveness, and will be validated under the new label of global clean Allsafe, which confirms that the guests in the properties of Accor in the world has complied with the new rules and establishes a commitment with these.

All hotels of Accor are required to apply the standards of regional and global and must be audited by the experts on the operations of the Group or by external auditors to obtain the seal Allsafe.

The implementation of a new program of training in health and safety, comprehensive, and practical to ensure that all employees worldwide have the skills and education necessary to protect themselves, and protect all who visit the hotels of the group.

And finally an innovative strategic alliance with AXA, world leader in insurance, which aims to provide medical assistance to the guests in 5,000 hotels of Accor all over the world. Guests of Accor will benefit from the latest advances in telemedicine AXA through free access to teleconsultations medical, as well as access to the extensive medical networks of AXA, which bring together tens of thousands of health care professionals enrolled.

“For more than 130 years, our loyal guests and employees on the properties of Accor in North America and Central America have entrusted us with your care and your safety. We have a long track record to set new benchmarks in excellence within the industry. At present, this has not changed,” said Heather McCrory, CEO of Accor North America and Central America.

“As we go through this time without precedent in our history, we maintain a deep commitment to the well-being of our family Accor. Welcome to the others, protect them and care for them is in the very centre of what we do and what we are. Today, this means partnering with the most important experts, investing in research and in knowledge, and implement new security standards, protocols and / or procedures that address our new reality: travel in a world with Covid-19”, ended McCrory.