The Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai has achieved the advanced level certificate in the StaySafe Certification Program audited by the StaySafe Hospitality. Recognised as the leading international risk assurance program specifically designed for enhancing safety and security in the hospitality sector, StaySafe serves as a seal of approval for the industry.

Mr. Simon Moore, General Manager of Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai, said, “We are extremely proud to be among the top 5 out of 32 hotels in the program and amongst the highest in Millennium hotels. This achievement demonstrates our credibility and high standards in terms of health & safety, security, fire safety, food safety, leisure safety and crisis management. The comprehensive report enables us to benchmark against the industry best practices as well as work on areas of improvement.”

Mr. Moore further added, “Our guests are the most important part of our business. A positive health and safety culture throughout the hotel helps to ensure that our employees feel valued and your guests feel safe, and importantly all return home safely to their families and friends.”

The StaySafe program standards have been developed by senior hospitality risk management professionals, security professionals and fire safety engineers using a combination of internationally recognized risk management standards. These include both mandatory and optional standards for best practices within the industry.

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