by Jackie Wall, tours director | email@example.com | www.alloutofafrica.com | +26825283423
We are open for regional or domestic tourism
At All Out Africa we have monitored international guidelines regarding safe working practices for our staff and customers since the region was impacted back in March.
We closely monitor guidelines from the WTO, CDC, South African Tourism Board as well as government recommendations in both Eswatini and South Africa. We have kept our clients and staff well informed and have done our utmost to adapt in challenging times ensuring protocols are in place and adequate training in given to staff to implement them.
At All Out Africa we have monitored international guidelines regarding safe working practices for our staff and customers since the region was impacted back in March. We closely monitor guidelines from the WTO, CDC, South African Tourism Board as well as government recommendations in both Eswatini and South Africa.
We have taken many steps to ensure that we are upholding and leading the way in adherence to COVID19 standards
1. held workshops and training sessions with all staff, setting out CIVD19, safe handwashing protocols, what to do if someone is sick and the impact of the border closures and restrictions of the movement of people on our business entities (Destination Management Company, Project and Foundation, 3 accommodations, across our operations in Mozambique, South Africa and Eswatini)
2. displayed signage invehicles, offices, accommodation, storage areas
3. provided staff with face masks
4. adapted our working environments to inlcude sanitizer and disinfectant is in our offices, vehicles and other premises as well as ensuring social distancing
5. contributed to local COVID19 steps
6. implemented detailed protocols setting out revised working practices in our office, handling kit for our camping & hiking operations, in oour vehicles.
7. kept in touch with local, regional and international partners about the impact of COVID19
8. deferred bookings rather than canceling, where it has been possible to do so
9. appointed officers to be responsible for the implementation of COVID19 protocols and to liaise with staff
10. run 3 fundraising campaigns to support 13 communities which we work with, to enable us to provide food aid to those who are most vulnerable.
We have protocols in place that we are happy to share upon request. These have also been sent to the Eswatini Tourism Authority for inclusion on their website. We are in the process of applying for the WTTC stamp which was recently awarded to Eswatini.