Industry experts estimate that 59% of U.S. business travelers used hotel gyms prior to the coronavirus pandemic. As gyms across the country, including those in hotels, reopen, hotel owners need to worry about both the coronavirus and traditional fitness center risks.
Controlling the spread of coronavirus in gyms is likely at the forefront of everyone’s mind. With local public health guidelines, business owners’ responsibilities are clearly laid out: reduce capacity to ¼ to ⅓ of what it previously was, implement face mask requirements, operate with a high filtration air handling system, etc. While adhering to these requirements is incredibly important, disregarding other risks is foolish and potentially harmful. Even amid a stressful and chaotic time, businesses must continue to protect themselves against non-covid-related risks and remain vigilant. Continue reading