Hotel Safety and Security
For many people travelling for business or for pleasure, the last thing they think about is the Safety and Security of their accommodation. However, most travellers spend up to 50% of their trip in their hotel room, suite, or dormitory, so it's probably one of the most important elements of any Individual Protection Plan.
Despite the best efforts of hotels to tighten their security in recent years, it's essential that you don't rely solely on your hotel's security. The wise traveller will take time before and during the trip to identify, reduce, or avoid risks to ensure that their stay remains safe, enjoyable and successful.
Bodhi 360's security consultants have substantial experience of providing our clients with bespoke travel and security advice, especially in relation to selection of accommodation.
After completing this course, learners will be able to:
- Plan and prepare effectively before travelling to any type of accommodation, at home or abroad
- Understand the appropriate processes and procedures that allow for safe arrival and check in at accommodation
- Identify the key strategies and equipment that will allow them to ensure the integrity of their living space
- Identify and implement the day to day security measures that will provide a good level of safety throughout their stay in the host location
Some of the topics explored in this course are as follows:
- Selecting the accommodation – top tips
- Managing your administration – documentation, valuables, money, plans
- Arrival – optimum methods of ensuring safety and security
- Room selection - establishment of safety and maintenance of security
- External factors – managing your safety and security outside of the accommodation
Audience: This course is appropriate for any type of traveller who has cause to stay in temporary accommodation at home or abroad, whether for business or for pleasure.
Course Duration: 60 minutes
My wife Charlotte and I recently took the Hotel safety and security course developed by Bodhi 360.
As experienced travellers for both work and pleasure, we are always keen to seek out any new information and often we are disappointed that the product doesn't meet our expectations, but I am pleased to say, this wasn't the case with the course from Bodhi360. The course taught us a few new procedures we will now adopt when travelling for both work and pleasure.
The advice is simple and yet effective and we can certainly recommend this to any one who stays in hotels both in the UK or overseas.
Charlotte and David Stephenson
LondonDavid Stephenson (MD, The Digital College)