The Bali Hotels Association (BHA) is committed to continually enhancing security, including the ability to overcome threats of terrorism to its 106 member hotels and their guests.
Recently 78 security and training managers from BHA hotels gathered at the Bali Dynasty Hotel for a one-day security workshop. Among the topics covered in the training were counter-terrorism measures, risk management and perimeter-control procedures.
Guest speakers from the British and Australian embassies provided insightful assessments on the current threat environment.
In the course of the training, the BHA also launched the latest edition of it Hotel Security and Safety Self-Assessment Tool.
At the same time, the Bali Security Managers Association launched the Bali Security and Safety Emergency Radio Communications System.
Members of the Bali police were also on hand to discuss new regulations for meetings in Bali.
Taking full advantage of the gathering, guidelines were presented on Child Sex Exploitation Detection and Prevention via a joint initiative between the Sacred Childhoods Foundation and BHA to curb the incidents of sexual exploitation of children on the island.
Alexander Kesper, BHA Security and Safety Executive, said: “This workshop underlines our commitment towards the highest standards, not only with regards to the creation of unforgettable and unique holiday experiences for our guests but also security and safety. To safeguard our guests and employees is a top priority and a team effort.”
The Australian and British Embassies, the United Nations Department for Security and Safety, Hawkeye Security, Sacred Childhoods Foundation, the Bali Security Managers Association and the Bali police, supported the workshop.
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