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Monday, July 27, 2020

ROYAL CARIBBEAN GROUP NAMES DR. CALVIN JOHNSON GLOBAL HEAD, PUBLIC HEALTH AND CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER

Friday, July 24, 2020
ROYAL CARIBBEAN GROUP REINVENTS CRUISE INDUSTRY’S SAFETY DRILL
Friday, July 24, 2020

ROYAL CARIBBEAN GROUP REINVENTA EL SIMULACRO DE SEGURIDAD DE LA INDUSTRIA DE CRUCEROS

Monday, July 06, 2020
LEADING PUBLIC HEALTH EXPERTS TO OVERSEE DEVELOPMENT OF ENHANCED CRUISE LINE HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS

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Muster 2.0™ es una nueva manera de hacer llegar la información sobre seguridad a los pasajeros. El programa, primero en su clase, reimagina el tradicional simulacro de seguridad, un proceso originalmente diseñado para grupos grandes de gente, y lo convierte en algo más rápido, cercano y personal que fomenta unos niveles mayores de seguridad.Eliminando grandes concentraciones de personas , la nueva technología del programa – eMuster™ – hará que los elementos claves del simulacro (incluyendo dónde ir en caso de emergencia e instrucciones sobre como utilizar adecuadamente un chaleco salvavidas)  sean accesibles a los pasajeros de un modo individual a través de sus dispositivos móviles y las televisiones interactivas de los camarotes. Muster 2.0™ estará entre los amplios protocolos que Royal Caribbean Group está desarrollando con el Healthy Sail Panel.

Muster 2.0™ es una nueva manera de hacer llegar la información sobre seguridad a los pasajeros. El programa, primero en su clase, reimagina el tradicional simulacro de seguridad, un proceso originalmente diseñado para grupos grandes de gente, y lo convierte en algo más rápido, cercano y personal que fomenta unos niveles mayores de seguridad.

Eliminando grandes concentraciones de personas , la nueva technología del programa – eMuster™ – hará que los elementos claves del simulacro (incluyendo dónde ir en caso de emergencia e instrucciones sobre como utilizar adecuadamente un chaleco salvavidas)  sean accesibles a los pasajeros de un modo individual a través de sus dispositivos móviles y las televisiones interactivas de los camarotes. Muster 2.0™ estará entre los amplios protocolos que Royal Caribbean Group está desarrollando con el Healthy Sail Panel.

July 2020 – Muster 2.0™ is a new approach to delivering safety information to guests. The first-of-its-kind program reimagines the traditional safety drill, a process originally designed for large groups of people, into a faster, more personal approach that encourages higher levels of safety.Eliminating the gathering of large crowds, the program’s new technology – eMuster™ – will make key elements of the drill, including where to go in case of an emergency and instructions on how to properly use a life jacket, accessible to guests on an individual basis via their mobile devices and interactive stateroom TVs. Muster 2.0™ will be among the comprehensive protocols Royal Caribbean Group is developing with the Healthy Sail Panel.
July 2020 – Muster 2.0™ is a new approach to delivering safety information to guests. The first-of-its-kind program reimagines the traditional safety drill, a process originally designed for large groups of people, into a faster, more personal approach that encourages higher levels of safety.

Eliminating the gathering of large crowds, the program’s new technology – eMuster™ – will make key elements of the drill, including where to go in case of an emergency and instructions on how to properly use a life jacket, accessible to guests on an individual basis via their mobile devices and interactive stateroom TVs. Muster 2.0™ will be among the comprehensive protocols Royal Caribbean Group is developing with the Healthy Sail Panel.
July 2020 – Royal Caribbean Group and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. introduce the “Healthy Sail Panel,” a team of cross-disciplinary experts enlisted to guide the cruise industry’s way forward in response to COVID-19. Made up of globally recognized specialists in public health, infectious diseases, hospitality and maritime operations, the panel is advising on a science-backed plan for a healthy return to service that ensures the wellbeing of the cruise companies’ guests, crew and the communities their ships visit.

July 2020 – Royal Caribbean Group and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. introduce the “Healthy Sail Panel,” a team of cross-disciplinary experts enlisted to guide the cruise industry’s way forward in response to COVID-19. Made up of globally recognized specialists in public health, infectious diseases, hospitality and maritime operations, the panel is advising on a science-backed plan for a healthy return to service that ensures the wellbeing of the cruise companies’ guests, crew and the communities their ships visit.