Indoor Air Quality... it just wont go away!

Evaluating Indoor Air Quality, before the Hospitality industry reopens in July as the COVID-19 lockdown eases, is the first step to take before reopening as laid out in the Government’s new guidance. “Checking whether you need to service or adjust ventilation systems, for example so that they do not automatically reduce ventilation levels due to lower than normal occupancy levels.” This guidance is designed to ensure time spent in pubs, bars and restaurants is as safe as poss

Are you 'Covid Secure'?

Just what does it mean to be 'Covid Secure'? 'Since closing their doors in March, hotels across Scotland have been carrying out risk assessments and implementing safety measures, with no specific guidance, requiring them to keep sufficient staff employed despite a collapse in income. These actions are, however, essential as hotel health and safety, regulated by local authorities, requires operators to safeguard both their workforce and the wider public. Legal breaches can pot

The Rebirth of Hospitality

'Now is the time to rethink, reset and create the future of hospitality. We might not have another chance to start from scratch, in our lifetime.' Rethinking is everything, especially when is comes to proving a safe and secure environment, giving 'peace of mind'. A recent article in Hotel News Scotland suggested it was time to rethink hospitality, at Room To Breathe we agree. In fact, so does Virgin Voyages who have incorporated, as part of their new Heath Protocol, technolog