Luxury hostel chain invests in boosting food safety across its properties

Generator hostel

Hostel and boutique hotel brand Generator has chosen the Navitas Group to provide it with comprehensive compliance management systems, including for food safety.

The chain opened the doors of its first trendy hostel in London in 1995 and now has properties in Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Copenhagen, Dublin, Hamburg, Madrid, Paris, Stockholm and Venice. It has also just ventured into the US.

It will call on Navitas to provide audit solutions for food, fire and health and safety across all of its 14 locations.

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Both businesses will work together to develop detailed compliance policies to fulfil safety legislation requirements for each hostel.

Andre Guettouche, COO at Generator, said: “We recognise the importance of health and safety in our business and we also deeply care about the safety of our customers, employees and suppliers. We have chosen the Navitas Group as our compliance partner due to its long expertise, dedication and proven track record within the field.”

Ben Gardner, CEO of the Navitas Group, described Generator’s business growth as “impressive” and said it was proud to be trusted with the provision of health and safety compliance management systems.

“Continuously changing legislation can be challenging for many hotels, add to that an international portfolio and the various layers of local rules and regulations make the situation yet more complex. As a business, we have extensive experience working with multinational operators in this way,” he said.

Navitas Group was formed to be a single destination for businesses to meet all of their health and safety requirements.

Its offer incorporates a digital food safety management solution, compliance monitoring, online training courses and consulting by qualified Environmental Health Officers.

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