In order to enable the sector to reopen as safely as possible, the Brussels-Capital Region and visit.brussels launch a health safety label, created in partnership with the global certification company SOCOTEC. It has the simple aim of providing national and international visitors with reassurance around the quality and safety of Brussels’ tourist infrastructure.
The protocol behind this label was created in close collaboration with tourism-sector federations and partners. It will evolved based on the National Security Council’s guidelines and must support the sector over the months to come.
Below you can find information on :
- The Protocol
- The objectives for the label
- Who can get the label?
- The principles to be respected in order to obtain the label
- How to obtain the label?
- Informing and reassuring the national and international public about the measures being taken by the brussels tourist venues and sites they plan to visit.
- Ensuring that the mandatory general rules applicable to all sectors as well as those specific to each sector are adhered to.
The label is aimed at the tourism and cultural sectors. In other words:
- Attractions & museums
- Tourist accommodation
- Guided tours
- Restaurants and bars
- Events & fairs
In order to obtain the label, all operators must respect generic measures and minimum prevention rules based on the protocol specific to each sector to ensure safe contacts and thus protect the health of the public.
The label is available free of charge to all tourism partners should they wish to apply for one.
All they need to do is send an application form containing the required files.
We have determined a specific protocol for tourist residences and homestays. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For each document, we have prepared either a template that you can simply complete, or an example that you can use as a basis. Click here to download all templates and examples. When sending your files, please respect the nomenclature of your files (structure of the names of the documents) as indicated in the list of required documents.
Once the application has been accepted, the partner will receive a certificate and all materials (such as visual materials and a poster) to put up on its front or in its window. In addition to being visible at these sites, the label will be promoted via a communications campaign coordinated by visit.brussels.
In order to ensure that the label is properly implemented, establishments bearing the label will be randomly checked by visit.brussels’s certification partner, SOCOTEC, which has worked in the safety industry for more than 20 years. These checks will set out to ensure that the rules required to receive the label are being implemented and followed.