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UUseful information on how small businesses can survive Covid-19: 02 April 2020
Our team at Tourism Grading Council is committed to supporting you through this unprecedented time. We fully appreciate and understand the plight of SMEs and small business owners in the face of Covid-19 and have come across an insightful ebook written by Marnus Broodryk, which we believe may be valuable to you. Download the Small Business Covid-19 survival guide here.
SANCB discussions addressing the MICE industry: 27 March 2020
Amanda Kotze-Nhlapo, Chief Convention Bureau Officer at South African Tourism, discusses the impact of the Coronavirus and offers advice and invaluable insights to those in the MICE industry.
TTGCSA requests from properties: 25 March 2020
Tourism Grading Council of South Africa's executive - Darryl Erasmus - addresses requests from properties in the video below.
CCOVID-19 INTERVENTIONS FOR TOURISM SECTOR – FINANCIAL RELIEF FOR SMMEs: 25 March 2020
Over the last few weeks, COVID-19 has compelled countries, including our government, to devise a set of measures ranging from travel bans to events cancellations and now a lockdown in two days in an attempt to contain the spread of the virus.
Guidance For Employers And Businesses
The following interim guidance are recommendations to help reduce the risk of workplace
exposures to acute respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19, in non-healthcare settings. The
guidance also provides planning considerations if there is community spread of COVID-19.
Cleaning And Hygiene
• Display materials encouraging frequent hand-washing with soap and water for 20 seconds
• Routinely clean all frequently touched surfaces in the workplace
• Provide disposable disinfectant wipes or hand sanitise for use by customers and employees
• Instruct employees to stay at home when they are sick
• Display signages at entrance doors stating “do not come in if sick” for customers and employees
• Provide tissues for covering noses and mouths when coughing or sneezing
Make sure you have an Infectious Disease Outbreak Response Plan in place. Those plans should include
Have A Plan In Place
• Reducing transmission among staff
• Protecting people who are at higher risk for adverse health complications
• Maintaining business operations
• Minimizing adverse effects on other entities in their supply chain
Source 1: https://www.toronto.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/9538-Fact-Sheet-for-Workplaces-Non-Healthcare_final.pdf
Source 2: http://www.thebestmix1055.com/local-news/douglas-county-health-department-confirms-first-community-acquired-covid-19-