FAQ: Occupational Health And Safety for Tourism and Travel Businesses

FAQ: Occupational Health And Safety for Tourism and Travel Businesses 1

As tourism and travel attempt to de-risk the sector with a view to lobbying for an earlier relaunch, a set of draft protocols has been developed. To talk about some of these, as well as provide advice on how to prepare for your own return to the workplace, ASATA organised a webinar with two occupational […]

Qatar to resume services to Venice and expand flights to Dublin, Milan and Rome

Qatar Airways will be resume services to Venice, Italy starting from 15 July 2020. The popular tourist destination and major arts and cultural centre will become the airline’s third destination in Italy to resume flights, marking a significant step in the resumption of global leisure travel. The airline will also increase flights to Dublin, Milan […]

Munich Airport and Lufthansa ensure safe travel on the ground and in the air

Munich Airport and Lufthansa have implemented numerous measures to ensure that travel on the ground and in the air meet an increased level of hygiene and safety standards. Passengers and employees are required to wear a mouth-and-nose cover as soon as they enter the terminal buildings. Passengers are informed of the requirements, along with guidelines […]

Government to study lockdown regulations judgment

The South African Government has taken note of the Johannesburg High Court ruling, which declared COVID-19 lockdown regulations in levels 3 and 4 unconstitutional and invalid. The court, however, suspended the declaration of invalidity for a period of 14 days. “This means that the Alert Level 3 regulations remain in operation for now,” government said in a […]

Transport Minister confident airports are COVID-19 ready

Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has expressed confidence that the aviation industry and the country’s airports will adhere to COVID-19 regulations and directives, as the sector reopens. The Minister made the declaration on Wednesday at the O.R Tambo International Airport, where he was inspecting the airport’s adherence to lockdown regulations and directions. “These regulations and directives […]

ASATA Live: Unpacking Level 3 Regulations for Travel Businesses

Join us for a ASATA Live webinar on 11 June 2020 where ASATA’s legal counsel, Novation Consulting’s Elizabeth de Stadler, will help unpack the Level 3 Regulations for Travel Businesses and what the Northern Gauteng High Court ruling could mean for these. Date: Thursday, June 11 Time: 12h00 RSVP Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3xbUSzplQUCj_mj63il_6Q Please send your webinar […]