To enable the sector to resume its activities under the best possible conditions, the Brussels-Capital Region and visit.brussels launched a health safety label designed in collaboration with the international certification company SOCOTEC.
The Region has created the Brussels Health Safety Label to reassure the public and provide additional support to the tourism sector. The content of this label was developed in close cooperation with the federations and the partners in the tourism sector. It evolves in accordance with the directives of the National Security Council and is expected to support the sector in the coming months.
The "Brussels Health Safety Label" The label is intended for tourism and culture stakeholders, namely attractions and museums, tourist accommodation, guided tours, restaurants and bars, venues, events and fairs. Its purpose is twofold.
On the one hand, it will enforce the general mandatory rules applicable to all sectors and those specific to each sector. On the other hand, the label makes it possible to inform and reassure the public about the measures taken by the tourist places they plan to visit.
We were immediately enthusiastic about getting the label. Customers who wish to visit our museum find it difficult to navigate the amount of information they receive on a daily basis. Thanks to this label, visitors no longer need to worry about finding a safe place to enjoy their stay with complete peace of mind.