Ad­dress­ing Threats To Vis­i­tor Safety

MidWeek (Hawaii) - - Front Page - IS­LAND MAT­TERS

Much has been re­ported and pub­li­cized lately of some very un­for­tu­nate crime-re­lated in­ci­dents in the heart of our vis­i­tor in­dus­try in - we can do to pre­vent them - to be­lieve that we should be proac­tive rather than re­ac­tive

world-renowned speaker, to - cu­rity ex­perts to ad­dress us as a re­sponse to the rash of Govern­ment of­fi­cials from Ja­pan went pub­lic with their could not af­ford to stand pat - sitive to vis­i­tor safety in Ha

- - lice Depart­ment, state Depart­ment of Busi­ness, Eco­nomic - dus­try Se­cu­rity As­so­ci­a­tion hope­fully re­solve some of Ja­panese visi­tors that their im­prove­ments and ini­tia­tives - ment and the vis­i­tor in­dus­try - sults was that it has­tened the es­tab­lis - trict to pro­vide a safe, clean and en­joy­able en­vi­ron­ment for visi­tors, em­ploy­ees and safety and se­cu­rity as­pects of our hos­pi­tal­ity in­dus­try if - - and the Depart­ment of State that Honolulu is one of the espe­cially when you fac­tor of our mil­i­tary forces, was a

for an­other con­fer­ence on Many of the so­lu­tions we called for af­ter the con­fer­ence - - ed in­ter­na­tional hote­lier, pres Hos­pi­tal­ity Group, and Saint to mod­er­ate one of our ed­u­ca­tional pan­els and talk to our board of di­rec­tors about cri­sis to this topic, Bick­son has had plenty of first-hand ex­peri New York, which he was in - - our board was to have plans and poli­cies in place for mi­nor in­ci­dents as well as worstcase sce­nar­ios and to con­sci

- - con­tin­ues to be a re­spected tourism se­cu­rity re­source - of di­rec­tors and mem­bers per­spec­tives on the re­cent - and the ever-present threat - it is of ut­most im­por­tance t hat we con­tinue t o stay only takes one man­made or nat­u­ral dis­as­ter for our vis­i­tor statis­tics to plum­met

We are al­ready in dis­cus and im­por­tant stake­hold­ers - - - fer­ence in col­lab­o­ra­tion with - - the world we live in to­day is very dif­fer­ent from the Boy Scouts motto, re­mains

(From left) Rick Egged, the au­thor, Jes­sica Rich, Dr. Peter Tar­low, Scott Ing­w­ers and Jerry Do­lak gather at a joint Hawai‘i Lodg­ing & Tourism As­so­ci­a­tion-Hawai‘i Ho­tel & Vis­i­tor In­dus­try Se­cu­rity As­so­ci­a­tion meet­ing to dis­cuss tourism se­cu­rity.

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