There is no more reason for customers of The Haven Suites Bali Berawa to hesitate and not be able to stay at the hotel offering panoramic view of the exotic beach. The resort located on Jalan Pemelisan Agung, Tibubeneng, Banjar Berawa, North Kuta, Badung, was already awarded the Clean, Health, Safety and Environmental Sustainability (CHSE) certificate by the government. “This certification guarantees guests who will stay at the hotel certified in terms of cleanliness, health and safety,” said Human Resources Manager, Deden, on Monday (Nov. 16).
The CHSE Certification Program is the process of granting certificates to tourism businesses or other related facilities, community environments, and tourist destinations. “The CHSE certification serves as a guarantee to tourists and the public that the products and services provided meet hygiene, health, safety and environmental sustainability protocols. We received the certificate on Friday, November 13, 2020 with an assessment point of 98/100,” said this man happily.
The auditors carrying out the audit are practitioners in the tourism sector who are also directly selected by Sucofindo. The team of auditors consisted of Yohanes Dian S, an HR practitioner and Ni Luh Putu Agustini Karta, a Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at Triatma Mulya University. Several points assessed include cleanliness in each area and hotel outlet, the Covid-19 Health protocol as well as the level of security provided by the hotel regarding natural disasters, such as fires, earthquakes, and tsunamis.
The Haven Suites Bali Berawa, having been operating since September 1, 2020, has directly carried out a new era of life, new normal. It provides hand washing and sanitation station in various areas of the hotel and installs spacer signs, posters of information about the new normal to preparation of isolation rooms. Guests, employees or anyone who come to hotel must follow a body temperature check. “In addition to the mandatory use of masks, we provide a place to wash hands with soap and running water in many places, so that guests are easy to find,” he said.
Deden further added that specifically for the implementation of the CHSE program, the Auditor team, Yohanes Dian S, would like to thank The Haven Suites Bali Berawa for carrying out programs related to the CHSE. With the implementation, the hotel has guaranteed guests who come to the hotel from the side of cleanliness, health and safety. Moreover, the hotel participates in environmental conservation programs. “Hopefully, in the future, Bali tourism will recover quickly,” said Deden imitating Yohanes Dian S.
The man who is creative in living the new era of Bali life hoped that the idea from the Ministry of Tourism and the Creative Economy could provide good news for the tourism sector in Bali in particular and Indonesia in general. “With the implementation of the CHSE, we hope to be able to make countries out there not worry about giving permission to their citizens to travel to Bali and Indonesia in general,” concluded Deden. (BTN/015)