Best Practices: Safety and Security

  • Develop a detailed security checklist for site inspections and RFPs, including items such as smoke detectors and automated defibrillators.
  • Assess the worst area of the hotel. If the back stairwells are littered with cigarette butts, it's not a good sign.
  • Consider the cost of security in relation to other meeting functions. (We'll spend $100 per person for a dinner, but not $15 to keep them safe?)
  • Make sure that you're hooked into the hotel's security. Since

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