Authors : Junard S. Carreon; Jane Marie G. Inocencio; Jessie Jones Ligoyligoy; Hannah Marie Morillo; Michelle Ann Sullano
Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 1 - January
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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6316905
This study aimed to determine the different establishments that were prepared in case of
the disaster strike that they think effectively to be safe their guest or to avoid accidents.
The study employed descriptive statistics such as frequency counts, percentage, mean, and rank to
describe the findings.
In the demographic profile of the respondents, the majority of the age of employees was between
20-29 years. They operate mostly during lunch and evening. Most of the establishments in the Naval,
Biliran are not prepared and they don't know what they are going to do if the disaster will come and
lack equipment and tools. Results revealed that most hotels are exposed to a wide range of natural and
man-made disasters preparedness in hospitality. The establishment lacks proactive emergency
planning with any constraints which impede successful emergency planning. The result of the study
and the following recommendations are proposed. The employees in the establishment should practice
safety drills in case of an emergency, the establishment should have a proper and complete supply,
equipment, and emergency kits. Emphasizing the relevant role of authority to demonstrate emergency
management hotels and trying to convince them to adopt such practices to cope with emergencies
effectively is a unique challenge.
Keywords : Disaster, Emergency. Preparedness, Planning Establishment.