‘We’re Good to Go’ Rolls Out Across the Tourism Sector

Tourism NI recently partnered with the national tourism bodies of England, Scotland and Wales to roll out a new UK-wide industry standard and consumer mark to provide reassurance to businesses, customers and communities that safe working guidelines in relation to COVID-19 have been adopted.

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Over 400 business have signed up to date and, with the tourism and hospitality sector re-opening over the weekend, Tourism NI’s Chief Executive John McGrillen has paid a visit to the Clayton Hotel Belfast, Culloden Hotel and Brunel’s restaurant in Newcastle who were among some of the first businesses to register.

‘We’re Good To Go’ is a free scheme that allows businesses to sign-up and commit to implementing the relevant Government and public health guidance, including undertaking a COVID-19 risk assessment. Businesses can in turn use the licensed mark as part of their communications.

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To obtain the mark businesses must complete the registration process through the ‘We’re Good to Go’ online platform www.goodtogoni.com and will go through a number of steps to verify they have put the necessary processes in place to re-open safely.

Accommodation, visitor attractions, restaurants and pubs, business conference and events venues and tour and coach operators are currently eligible to apply.

For further information on the standard visit: https://covid19.tourismni.com/goodtogo/

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