To obtain this accreditation, aimed at more than 315,000 catering establishments that exist in our country, it will be necessary, among other requirements, complete specific training regarding measures to reduce Covid-19 infection.
Among them are those included in the ‘Guidelines and recommendations’ prepared by the Hospitality of Spain and CEHAT with their territorial associations, large associated hotel chains and the Hotel Technological Institute (ITH), in coordination with the ICTE (Institute for Spanish Tourist Quality), at the request of the Secretary of State for Tourism, whose guide was published on May 10 by the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, after its validation by Health.
Establishments that request it must sign a responsible statement commitment to comply with the cleaning, health and hygiene requirements necessary for a segura safe hospitality ’, which allows provide confidence to workers and clients during your stay on the premises.
This initiative, in addition to offering the ‘Hospitality, accommodation, bar or safe restaurant’ accreditation, includes a comprehensive pack of services and products that facilitate compliance with the requirements in the following de-escalation phases, constant updating of regulations, monitoring of the requirements for safe establishment and a advice on different aspects that will allow boosting the reactivation of the business.
Among other services, the comprehensive system includes:
- A training course for company managers and workers
- A manual of measures for companies and employees
- A ‘Hostelería Segura’ badge that certifies that the company has received the necessary training to adapt to the legislation that allows it to open during the Covid-19 crisis
- A list of checks on the company and the worker
- Signs and signage for work areas, clients and common areas; access to the platform and updating of regulations regarding COVID-19.
The badge will feature four different variants, Seguro Safe accommodation ’, ‘Safe hospitality’, ‘Safe restaurant‘ and ‘Safe bar’, Which in turn may make the different territories their own through their translation and the incorporation of the image of the corresponding hospitality association.