Sabi Sabi has always adhered to a strict code of conduct in terms of guest health & safety and during these unprecedented times our guest and staff safety is of paramount importance. We are working closely with authorities and with Dr Simon King – a medical professional who has worked closely with Sabi Sabi for many years and advised us in drawing up operations procedures to safeguard our staff and guests, to minimise the spread of the pandemic as well as be prepared for ensuring their safety in treatment should it be required. This will be a practical CV19 operations plan which will see staff well trained and effectively implementing measures that comply with all the relevant regulations, and meaningfully protect the health and well-being of guests and staff across the entire safari experience.
We are addressing prevention, staff health screening, early detection of symptoms, telemedical consultation, incident oversight and prompt on-site and off-site medical assistance. Furthermore, we are ensuring that medical objectives are achieved within a framework of environmentally sensitive practice and delivered whilst preserving the authenticity of a genuine safari experience, consistent with the values of our brand. Dr King understands the impact of this virus as well as guest expectations in the safari industry, and with his expertise will ensure that we are fully compliant in a safe, responsible and sustainable manner whilst still maintaining a world-class safari experience.
These protocols will be continuously be re-assessed as may be necessary. Our CV19 Operations Manual will extend to all suppliers to Sabi Sabi ensuring the highest safety measures are adhered to for both guest and staff safety.
We look forward to the time when travel bans and lock-down restrictions are lifted so that we may once again share our Sabi Sabi experience with you.
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