The SAFE + SOUND program has been developed by a team of hospitality and gaming experts in collaboration with worldwide health and sanitation specialists, such as Ecolab and NSF International. It also includes directives of key agencies, such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). SAFE + SOUND is focused on enhanced cleaning practices, social interactions and workplace protocols, while ensuring transparency through the Guest and Team Member journey.
As part of the program, Hard Rock Hotel Amsterdam American is required to pass the Safe + Sound 272 point inspection independently assessed by NSF International.
We look forward welcoming you at our property in beautiful Amsterdam, in the safest environment possible.
Download our Safe + Sound fact sheet here.
The GGD Amsterdam is the local Public Health Service of Amsterdam.
Tourists and visitors are welcome in Amsterdam. However, it is important that everyone adheres to the rules that apply in the Netherlands. This is the only way that we can stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
OUR STAFF HAS BEEN TRAINED BY INDUSTRY-LEADING CLEANING EXPERTS FROM ECOLAB ON PROPER DISINFECTION PROCEDURES.
We have worked with Ecolab, the global leader in water, hygiene and infection prevention solutions and services for over 100 years across 170 countries, to create a best-in-class cleaning and disease prevention program.
Ecolab works closely with the CDC, WHO, Environmental Protection Agency, Food & Drug Administration and other leading health organizations to establish best practice guidance for protecting guests and team members.
Ecolab is a leader in addressing emerging public health issues, following a science-based approach with 19 technology and research campuses in 13 countries and a team of 1,600 scientists, engineers, and technical specialists.
EVERY HARD ROCK HOTEL MUST PASS A 272 POINT INSPECTION BY NSF
During the reopening process, every hotel will be independently assessed by an NSF International auditor, to check that our hotel is SAFE + SOUND compliant, and that we have proper health and sanitization protocols in place to help keep our guests and team members safe.
For 75 years, NSF has been a global leader in public health and safety, working to protect the food we eat, the water we drink, the air we breathe, the health care products we use and the environment we all share.
NSF employs over 2,900 people worldwide, including engineers, chemists, public health experts and certification specialists. They operates state-of-the-art labs in North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia.