Mar 6, 2019      News      

Hotel Industry Advancing Employee Safety In NJ And Beyond, say Chip Rogers and Joseph Simonetta

Lodging Daily News & Weekly Report

March 1, 2019

“While all hotels share a commitment to the safety and security of their employees, the hotel industry is extremely diverse and faces many unique challenges that won’t allow for a one size fits all approach. For example, technology that might work in a grand resort in Atlantic City may be different than for a quaint bed and breakfast in Cape May. As a result, AHLA’s new safety measures were created to be applicable to any and all hospitality establishments in New Jersey and across the country, ensuring increased safety measures for hotel employees. While the industry has already taken these proactive measures, we are always willing to work with safety experts and members of the Legislature who are passionate about this important issue. That’s why we are proud to work with Assemblyman John Armato and the other sponsors of Assembly Bill 4439 to discuss meaningful regulations that build on hotel industry’s commitment to employee and guest safety.”

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