Bogor, Indonesia: Rainbow Hills Golf Club has been commended for its efforts to support the Indonesian Government in stimulating an economic recovery in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In acknowledgement of the Bogor club’s participation in the on-going ‘InDOnesia Care’ movement, Rainbow Hills has received CHSE (Cleanliness, Health, Safety, and Environment) certification.
“During this pandemic, we are fully aware that safety and health are top priorities,” said Widya Tirta Putra, Deputy General Manager at Rainbow Hills, a Facility Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.
He added: “In line with the commitment of Rainbow Hills Golf Club, this certification programme carried out by the Ministry of Tourism ensures that our course has implemented the CHSE protocol within our operational standards in providing services to all our stakeholders as determined by the Government.”
CHSE certification is the process of granting certificates to tourism businesses, tourism destinations, and other tourism products to guarantee tourists the implementation of cleanliness, health, safety, and environmental sustainability from the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of Indonesia.
The CHSE prioritises companies in the hospitality industry and requires tourism businesses to meet criteria that have been determined and checked through Sucofindo, an official body appointed by the Government.