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Enhance the trust in the tourism safety and security

October 11, 2013 Destination Thailand No Comments Email Email

egtmedia59The Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce in Thailand is organized the symposium to discuss for the ‘Tourism Safety and Security Brainstorm and Forum’, which created to everyone involved in the tourism industry has to join brainstorming to develop ideas to stimulate effective safety and security standards within the Thai Tourism industry.

Because the safety and security for tourism is becoming the issues of concern all over the world and including Thailand, as Thailand is one of the largest tourist destinations in the world. Thus, JFCCT has realized the importance of that so organized this brainstorming to enhance confidence in Thai destination as safe, to reduce negative economic impact, to counter and correct erroneous perceptions, to provide assistance for the safeguarding of JFCCTtourism traffic, and to assist stakeholders to minimize the impact of such negative perceptions. The event has received solid backing from PATA, SKAL, Tourism Authority of Thailand and Chulalongkorn University.

Within the event, has discussing the best options to help secure the many benefits tourism brings to the country will form the main thrust of the facilitating and balancing safety and security for Thailand’s tourism sectors, JFCCT sessions scheduled for that on 15 October and again on 14 November. Underlining the importance with which the Thai government views the dual forums, His Excellency Pureesrisak, Minister of Tourism and Sports will officially open the first of the two sessions, both of which will be held at the Ramada Menam Riverside Hotel in Bangkok.

The first session on 15 October, JFCCT is announcing the ‘Facilitating & Balancing Safety & Security for Tourism in Thailand’. On that day will be a brainstorming meeting session to gather information on safety and security issues affecting the Thai tourism sectors, which will be discussed to brainstorm about that for enhancing awareness for risk and crisis management in the Thai Tourism Industries, and educating and alerting the tourists before and during their stays and more. For the last session has been scheduled on 14 November when delegates will again meet to discuss the best ways in which the information gathered in the first meeting can be best implemented to the benefit of the Thai tourism sector.

This event has representatives from other ministries, including the Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation, Royal Thai Police, Royal Thai Tourism Police and Thai PBS will also attend.

Written by : Krongthong Nilaram

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