BMICH Implements Stringent Health Safety Measures to Resume Operations
Thu, 21 May 2020
Hand washing in progress at entry points
Sanitizing of the BMICH premises by Sri Lanka Red Cross
BMICH – Sri Lanka’s iconic landmark has implemented stringent health safety measures to ensure a health safety environment for its customers, visitors, exhibitors, staff and tenants when normalcy returns after a prolonged period of closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Nevertheless, BMICH operated the essential services during this period, for the essential services of the tenants.
“It is our primary responsibility to ensure the health safety of our customers, visitors and stakeholders when we are given the go-ahead to resume operations by the authorities. We have implemented all necessary health safety measures in consultation with the health authorities and are earnestly looking forward to welcoming our guests once again” said Sunil Dissanayake, Chief Executive-BMICH.
Trained staff will check the temperature of each visitor to BMICH premises upon arrival who will queue up with recommended personal distancing at designated entry points. Extensive facilities have been provided for washing and sanitizing of hands.
Another important aspect is spaced seating for the provision of personal distancing as required according to the Covid-19 guidelines.
BMICH is Sri Lanka’s largest and Asia’s very first purpose-built convention center with ultra-modern facilities. Recently redesigned, renovated and refurbished, BMICH is South Asia’s Premier Integrated MICE Complex with all the facilities required to host any type of convention, seminar, exhibition, conference or wedding including multi-day international conventions and conferences.