During the meeting, José María Berrio, has made himself available to the Vice Minister, Roberto Henríquez, to collaborate in the implementation and verification of the protocols to reinforce the quality, safety and hygiene of tourist establishments
The CEO of the international company HS Consulting, José María Berrio, was received this Monday by the Vice Minister of Quality of Tourism Services of the Government of the Dominican Republic, Roberto Henríquez, with the aim of establishing lines of collaboration for the implementation and verification of the quality, safety and hygiene protocols in tourist establishments, and to strengthen the country as a safe destination and as a tourist reference at an international level.
During the meeting, both have agreed that the Dominican Republic is at a key moment for tourism and economic recovery in the midst of the global COVID-19 crisis, and they have agreed to collaborate in the joint development of audit, consulting and training programs in the prevention framework, with the aim of strengthening tourist establishments so that they guarantee all hygiene and safety measures in the reopening of doors. In this sense, Berrio has said that “the Dominican Republic is a safe country from the hygienic and sanitary point of view, since it has always bet on quality and safety as a differential factor compared to other destinations”.
The CEO of the company HS Consulting has also valued positively the support that the Ministry of Tourism (MITUR) and the Vice Ministry of Quality of Tourism Services are providing to the sector: “The joint collaboration between public institutions, the hotel sector and hotel associations such as Asonahores, the Hotel Association of Santo Domingo and Asoleste, is undoubtedly being key so that the recovery of the tourism sector is more agile and the issuing countries bet on the Dominican Republic as a safe country for travelers ”.
HS Consulting is an international company dedicated to sanitary hygiene advice and quality certification of the tourism sector with delegations in the Dominican Republic, Spain, Mexico, Cuba, Jamaica, the United Kingdom and Brussels.