Radisson Blu Hotel, Muscat awarded premium Safehotels certification

The premium certification from Safehotels is only awarded to businesses that maintain a high level of security to internal and the immediate external premises

The Radisson Blu Hotel, Muscat receives the Safehotels certification.
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Muscat receives the Safehotels certification.

Radisson Blu Hotel, Muscat has renewed its Safehotels certification, and this year, achieved the Premium Level of certification in accordance with The Global Hotel Security Standard of Safehotels Alliance AB.

Radisson Blu Hotels Oman cluster general manager Tobias Ammon commented: "The safety and security of our guests are the core priority in our hotel. This certification is also a significant milestone in our continued efforts to improve and reflects our consistent best practice standards in global hotel safety and security."

Safehotels Certification independently verifies the safety and security best practices in hotel and meeting venues with regards to the hotel facilities and safety services process and procedure, training management, security equipment, fire equipment, fire procedures and training risk prevention as well as crisis recovery management.

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Premium certification is only awarded to businesses that maintain a high level of security to internal and the immediate external premises.

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