Business View Caribbean | May 2021

9 BUSINESS VIEW CARIBBEAN MAY 2021 C aribbean Airlines is collaborating with The Caribbean Public Health Agency through its Regional Traveller Health Program (THP) to promote healthy, safer tourism, as the region opens to tourism during the COVID-19 pandemic. Both CARPHA and Caribbean Airlines are committed to safe and responsible tourism to protect the health and wellbeing of both visitors and the local populations. On April 20-21, a total of 179 employees of Caribbean Airlines underwent CARPHA’s COVID-19 Essential Health Guidelines Training for Airlines. These staff members included flight attendants, customer experience officers, crew control officers and others. All participants received certificates of participation. CARIBBEAN AIRLINES & CARPHA COLLABORATE FOR HEALTHIER, SAFER TOURISM The training is the first step in Caribbean Airlines acquiring the Caribbean Travellers Health Assurance Stamp for Healthier Safer Tourism (HST) award. The HST Stamp is a measurable and verifiable recognition award for tourism entities that are implementing CARPHA’s recommended proactive COVID-19 health monitoring and safety measures. The award is recognised by the region’s premier tourism agencies (CTO and CHTA) and internationally in November 2020 by the World Travel Tourism Council (WTCC). It provides travellers with the added assurance of a healthier safer option when choosing a tourism product in the Caribbean. The COVID-19 training that Caribbean Airlines OPENING L INES