Hotelier Awards 2018 shortlist: Safety & Security Person of the Year

The Hotelier Middle East Awards 2018 shortlist is out!

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Adnan Ibrahim, Director of Security, The H Dubai
Adnan Ibrahim, Director of Security, The H Dubai
Branham Samuel, FLS Coordinator, Crowne Plaza Jeddah
Branham Samuel, FLS Coordinator, Crowne Plaza Jeddah
Haytham Moustafa, Security Supervisor, Crowne Plaza Duqm
Haytham Moustafa, Security Supervisor, Crowne Plaza Duqm
Abdelaziz Lbouir, Director of Security, Fairmont Ajman
Abdelaziz Lbouir, Director of Security, Fairmont Ajman
Firas Said Esbeer, Risk Manager I/C of Laundry, InterContinental Hotel
Firas Said Esbeer, Risk Manager I/C of Laundry, InterContinental Hotel
Nataliya Atye, Health & Safety Manager, Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai
Nataliya Atye, Health & Safety Manager, Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai

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