When you or your staff travel on business…
When staff and their families stay at hotels…
Will they survive if there is an emergency?
Many every year do not!
With the right guidance, they could have survived!!
THE SIMPLE BUT EFFECTIVE tips for what to do and what not to do in hotel fires are highlighted in ‘Surviving Hotel Fires’, a new high-quality information and training product from Vanguard Solutions.
Aimed at the business traveller but also an invaluable resource for regular users of hotels such as air crews, the 15-minute-long presentation on DVD video and CD ROM provides specific guidance on ensuring the chance of survival in hotel fires is as high as possible.
This is a major development in safety and risk management and consequently has attracted the support of organisations such as Qantas, the Rydges Hotel and Fire and Emergency services of Australia (FESA). It is a definitive guide to personal safety when travelling and is a must see for anybody planning a trip away and for company management.
The film follows a single character as he checks into a hotel and, in a series of dramatic scenes, shows him doing the right things and the wrong things. Examples of what to look for are discussed and some of the myths about staying in hotels are exploded.
Each of the major parts of the film is preceded by an introductory piece by a representative of FESA. The emphasis is placed upon what people need to know and do when they check into any hotel in order to maximise their chances in the event of an emergency. Common sense tips are also supplemented by little known tips and tricks to provide each traveller with all the required information.
The film has been designed so that it can be issued to individuals as a ready reference on trips away or so that it can form part of corporate training material. The pricing for each unit has then been set according to the usage proposed by customers, starting at single units and with significant discounts for multiple copies.
Order your Copy to Survive a Hotel Fires from Vanguard Risk and Safety Asia (tel. +65 -6514-0277) or email firstname.lastname@example.org