ITDC Commences Training on Health Protocols Amid Intensive Preparations For Re-Opening of its Hotels

  • ITDC is placing health and safety on top priority while retaining traditional hospitality.
  • Corporation is forming a Health and Safety Advisory Board with leading doctors as mentors.

ITDC has remained active in a spate of upbeat activities since March 2020 to support the fight against COVID -19. Preparing to restart business amid a new perspective and a new vision, ITDC is committed to placing health and safety on top priority, while retaining traditional hospitality. The Corporation is forming a Health and Safety Advisory Board with leading doctors as mentors. The entire post-COVID initiative is a 360 degree amalgamation of SOPs, HACCP and FSSAI codes, technology, training, medical expertise and strict protocols.

G. Kamala Vardhana Rao, C&MD, ITDC, who is stringently monitoring and guiding the activities says:

“The aim is to instill a feeling of reassurance and well-being in the minds of our patrons. Our initiative will be based on international benchmarking and be imbued with our deepest concern for our guests.”

A rigorous training intervention on health and safety protocols has been formally inaugurated by C&MD, ITDC at the flagship property, The Ashok, on 22.05.2020. The first phase covering each specific function will be completed within a fortnight. An empowered and re-oriented work-force, and completely safe hotels are ready to welcome visitors.

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