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Brainstorming to develop the safety & security capability in tourism Thailand

October 17, 2013 Destination Thailand No Comments Email Email

egtmedia59The Tourism Committee of the Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce in Thailand (JFCCT) was organized a brainstorming meeting about ‘Safety & Security for Thai Tourism’, supported by PATA, Skal International Thailand, Tourism Authority of Thailand and Chulalongkorn University to develop ideas to help improve safety and security standards within the Thai Tourism industry.

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This seminar is the first session and brainstorming meeting was held at the Ramada Plaza Menam Riverside Hotel Bangkok on15 October, 2013.

The safety and security competence in a tourism destination can adversely impact tourism flow and with it the sustainability of economic growth and brainstorming 2employment in Thailand. Thus, All Thai Tourism stakeholders need to cooperate across all sectors ensure the dissemination of accurate information about of safety and security capabilities through the rapid implementation of communication to stimulate the continuation of tourism flows to Thailand. Therefore, the brainstorming session was organized to share ideas together about the actual and perceived to safety and security issues in Thai tourism and has defined the problems or idea to be brainstormed for interactive discussion of 4 priority topics as follows;
Brainstorm 1: Enhancing awareness for risk and crisis management in the Thai Tourism Industries
Brainstorm 2: Educating and alerting the tourists before and during their stays
Brainstorm 3: Cooperating with the public sector stakeholders
Brainstorm 4: Cheating the Cheaters
After brainstorming and sharing ideas about the safety and security for Thai tourism, together to shared idea what the main safety and security issues are influencing the Thai tourism results and what solutions are needed and how we can support the activation and implementation. Each idea leads straight to the solution of Thai tourism and develop efficiency of the safety and security capability. All of these ideas was recorded and evaluated only after the brainstorming is completed. This will form the basis of discussions for the 2nd session that will conclude by creating recommendation based on the findings from the first session.

A follow-up session has been scheduled for 14 November when delegates will again meet to look at and discuss the best ways in which the information gathered in the first meeting can be best implemented to the benefit of the all sector relevant to Thai tourism.

Written by: Krongthong Nilaram

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