The program, which lasted for two weeks, included a series of lectures delivered by international safety and security experts, to educate the Hotel's working team of new measures to ensure the safety and security of their guests to the highest specifications and standards.
This corresponds to the laws and policies of Kempinski Group, which manages the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi.
The team almost completed necessary procedures to ensure public safety and security at the Emirates Palace.
Experts identified through the training program approved by the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority, all the main risks on the safety of guests and staff at the hotel, and to secure the environment surrounding the Emirates Palace.
The Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority has approved the training program last June, to raise awareness among workers working in Abu Dhabi hotels on the latest international regulations in protection, security and safety.
Bugra Berberoglu, General Manager of Emirates Palace Hotel, said the Emirates Palace is committed in cooperation with the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority, to ensure safety and security for its guests and staff.
He said, “The program is responsible for training more than 2,100 employees at the Emirates Palace on the basics of maintaining security, health and safety, however, it was reordered that we had the largest number of employees training for the program in Abu Dhabi so far.”
He explained that the training program, which lasts for two weeks at the Emirates Palace offers experiences and important information on how to work in a safe environment, with solutions and practical advice on how to protect facilities, including tips on what can be done to improve the efficiency of energy and water and to reduce waste.