From October 20 – 31, 2006, The Westin Resort Nusa Dua undertook a hotel-wide review and conducted refresher workshops addressing ways to ensure their guests enjoy a safe and relaxing stay on the world's most preferred holiday island.
Throughout the week, safety teams from the various departments in the hotel participated in a comprehensive training workshop to refresh their knowledge of safety procedures and renew skills in cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid. Additional training sessions were also held covering procedures when responding to fire emergencies, emergency drills and evacuation exercises, basic first aid, life guard procedures, and earthquake & tsunami disaster situations.
In response to a current national blood shortage at donor centers, members of the Hotel's staff also donated blood to the Red Cross.
All safety sessions were conducted by qualified local and international instructors. The Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club from Western Australia worked in conjunction with Bali’s Badung Surf Life Saving (Balawista), in providing courses for the Hotel’s pool and beachside workers while the National Meteorology and Geophysics Department assisted in programs covering emergency response procedures for earthquakes and tsunamis.
Conducted in an annual basis by the Hotel as part of the annual Annual Starwood Safety, Security and Environmental Health Week, General Manager Jan Bundgaard opened this year's safety review and upgrade with a speech emphasizing unrivaled importance of safety of guests and employees at the Nusa Dua 355-room Resort.
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