“In Depth” will share more about the actions businesses are taking to create a safe working environment for hospitality workers.
MIAMI (PRWEB) May 07, 2020
Hollywood’s Laurence Fishburne is the host of the educational television show “In Depth". The program interviews industry professionals about a wide array of subjects that affect viewers across the country. An upcoming episode will explore the measures taking place to get hospitality workers back into safe working environments.
Society is incredibly dependent on the role of hospitality workers. Hotel staff, bartenders, and restaurant workers are all part of the hospitality industry that people around the globe rely on when they vacation or visit a restaurant or bar. The hospitality field works directly with people, and with the COVID-19 crisis, this industry has been put on pause out of safety for workers and guests alike. Eventually, people need to get back to work, but some changes need to occur to ensure working environments for hospitality workers are safe.
At the top of the list are stricter cleaning guidelines to ensure safety. Frequently sanitizing door handles, elevators, and public spaces are a top priority, as well as requiring back-of-house positions to wear gloves. Enforcing a no-contact policy (no hugs, handshakes, or other forms of close contact) is another popular idea. Keeping a physical six-feet-apart distance between patrons and workers is also a possibility to reduce the potential spreading of the virus.
Implementing increased safety measures for the hospitality industry is crucial for providing a safe working environment. “In Depth” will share more about the actions businesses are taking to create a safe working environment for hospitality workers.
“In Depth” with Laurence Fishburne is carefully reviewed before revealed to a broader viewing audience. The educational show has accepted numerous Tellys for its efforts.