Members of the Texas Hotel & Lodging Association have exclusive access to all of our online resources. To request your login information, call us at 512-474-2996.
Lodging properties installing pool lifts can follow these steps when posting warnings at their pools and spas.
A great resource from the American Hotel & Lodging Association that can help keep your guests safe.
Another useful tools from the American Hotel & Lodging Association.
Hotels can help reduce the spread of the flu and other illnesses by taking these steps.
Download and print this informative booklet from OSHA which includes a model exposure control plan and model hazard communication program.
Make sure your hotel property telephones can reach emergency services directly.
Hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, and more... is your property ready if a disaster strikes?
While your guests enjoy the pool, make sure you are avoiding potential liability and staying compliant with local, state, and federal law. Here are some tips to minimize and prevent pool and spa-related injuries, in addition to some information on what Texas law requires.
It is the phone call every manager or property owner dreads receiving: a guest slipped and fell at the property, and surely a lawsuit must be imminent. However, property owners are not liable in every situation, and exposure can be reduced by taking responsible and reasonable precautions before and after an injury occurs.
Use this guide to understand the firearm policy in Texas and what notifications you need to post for your guests and employees.
You can post this document at your lodging property to alert guests to your policy on openly carried firearms.
Print and post this document so that your employees are aware of your firearm policy.