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Guidance from Airbnb on enhanced cleaning protocols - this is from their US business and will be releasing a UK version shortly.
The Prime Minister has said today (19/06/20) on Sky News:
“That will allow us to start making some progress on our plan and with the social distancing measures. When we go forward with our plan, we hope there will be more guidance out very shortly that will help hospitality prepare for that and implement social distancing in a safe way, while allowing people to go back to shops, hospitality, restaurants and everyone else."
The following has been shared by the Executive Chair of The Professional Association of Self-Caterers UK (PASC):
The professional self-catering sector in the UK have, in conjunction with the group below, produced the robust guidelines for cleaning protocols. These can be found here https://www.pascuk.co.uk/standards These are free for any business to access and use.
It is really critical that self-catering businesses use these to create a Risk Assessment. They will need one not only to open, but in order to complete the online application form for the Visit England Good to Go Campaign that will go live (free to businesses) on the 18th June. So getting this out as far and wide as quickly as possible is key.
They are a collaboration between,
- PASC UK (Professional Association of Self-Catering UK)
- ASSC (Association of Scottish Self-Catering)
- Tourism Alliance
- Wales Tourism Alliance
- Scottish Tourism Alliance
- Premier Cottages
These are the same standards that will be included within the UKH documents as we as in the AA certification scheme and we believe the VE certification schem
This guidance is on how tourism and hospitality businesses could reopen.
The first set of guidance can be found in the attachment below.
The guidance here is not for everyone, but it will give an indication of the level of social distancing and hygiene that you may be required to implement in your own business as you plan for reopening.
The British Holiday & Home Parks Association (BH&HPA) has shared their guidance. There will be official government guidance, but Ros Pritchard OBE, Director General of BH&HPA is heavily involved with this and the attached guidance will provide a good indication of how tourism and hospitality businesses will need to prepare to reopen.
Dean recognises that this continues to be a very difficult and uncertain time, but he has been work tirelessly to support you all through this, and we will get through this together!