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Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Progress Authority (RAKTDA) has been qualified as a protected spot by

Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Progress Authority (RAKTDA) has been qualified as a protected spot by Bureau Veritas, a world wide leader in tests, inspection and certification companies.

The transfer will come as the metropolis completes its ‘Safeguard Assurance’ program. 

Via a strategic partnership with Bureau Veritas, the authority has led the way in implementing stringent overall health, safety and hygiene actions across all Ras Al Khaimah hotels to mitigate any attainable hazards for personnel and attendees and delivering total self esteem in the spot.

Via an ongoing collection of independent audits of all its hotels in the emirate, the partnership was designed to further validate the actions and procedures previously in put.

Incorporating to the world wide validation, Ras Al Khaimah is the first Emirate in UAE to obtain the World Journey & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) Safe Travels Stamp.

The protocols ended up created in collaboration with WTTC customers (which includes RAKTDA), leading business associations and worldwide organisations and addresses operational and employees preparedness, making certain a protected working experience, re-building have faith in and self esteem and implementing enabling procedures.

They also adhere to the latest tips of the World Health Group (WHO) and the Centres for Ailment Command & Prevention (CDC) and will continue to be up-to-date as new information about Covid-19 becomes readily available.

Raki Phillips, main executive of Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Progress Authority, commented: “As vacation begins to resume, our part as a tourism enhancement authority is to make sure that sturdy actions are in put to safeguard the overall health and safety of our site visitors and deliver the peace of brain they have to have for a certainly very well-deserved getaway. 

“We are immensely happy to be the first spot in the earth to be qualified as protected by Bureau Veritas and obtain the WTTC protected travels stamp and feel it will go a extended way to restore self esteem and carry visitors back to Ras Al Khaimah. 

“It also validates the substantial attempts of our hospitality partners who are focused on offering the best world wide safety standards, now and every day, as we navigate this new standard for the business.”