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Brussels Special Venues that already hold the new « Brussels Health Safety Label »
In order to guarantee that you can organise your event in Brussels under optimal health security conditions, Brussels Special Venues are gradually acquiring the brand new « Brussels Health Safety Label ».
Venues certified by this label respect hygiene measures that comply with the standards in force and apply the safety rules specific to each sector: Everything has been carefully thought out to ensure the safety of visitors and protect their health.
THE CERTIFIED VENUES LISTED BELOW MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS
- Informing visitors on health precautions at the time of booking
- Staff trained in hygiene measures and safety rules
- Limited numbers of visitors
- Guaranteed social distancing of minimum 1.5m between each visitor
- Very regular cleaning of the site
The Brussels health & safety label has been created by visit.brussels in partnership with the global certification company SOCOTEC.
BRUSSELS HEALTH SAFETY LABEL CERTIFIED VENUES
PRIORITISING HEALTH AND SAFETY, AND CREATIVE APPROACHES ON THE MENU TOO!
Hygiene, redesigned traffic flow, controls to limit crowding, caterers committed to the strictest hygiene standards, adapted allocation of spaces to ensure distancing, revised cancellation policies and other effective solutions…
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