GSA delivers an independently assessed global security standard for hotels enabling them to fulfil duty of care to guests
GSA-accredited hotels provide reassurance to business that employees are staying in a safe and secure environment
By recommending GSA-accredited hotels, travel management companies can ensure the highest standards of hotel security
By choosing GSA-accredited hotels, travellers know they are staying in a hotel that has reached exacting security standards
Global Secure Accreditation (GSA) has created the first independent global standard for security for the hotel industry.
People treat hotels like home, but they are often a target for criminal or terrorist activity. The GSA global standard demonstrates that a hotel has reached an accredited level of security for the safety of its guests.
GSA is run by a global network of security experts with hundreds of years of police, counter terrorism and military experience.
Our team is a global network of former police, security, military and counter terrorism experts with hundreds of years collective expertise in creating and maintaining secure environments.
GSA is the first independent global standard for hotel security. It delivers reassurance and peace of mind for travellers, corporates with travelling employees and travel management companies.
The GSA standard has been created in partnership with several international bodies and is constantly evolving. It delivers the clearest independent global standard hotel security
"Our corporate clients are increasingly concerned about security issues and this award will help me to reassure those clients, and other guests that we have high security standards which have been verified independently."
“The security of our guests and staff is of the upmost importance and our number one priority in everything that we do at the Strand Palace. We are absolutely delighted and very proud to have achieved this accreditation from such a well-regarded organisation as Global Secure Accreditation Ltd, which demonstrates our commitment to maintaining these high levels of hotel security.”
"I have no doubt that the accreditation will play a part in retaining important guests and securing new visitors.”
"We want to ensure guests have all the information they need to travel safely and securely.”
The hotel industry is one of the fastest growing business sectors in the world, worth more than $550 billion annually according to industry analysts. We regularly track key security issues in the industry and provide best in class advice to businesses on delivering effective duty of care to their travelling employees.
believe that the risks facing travellers have increased.
TRAVEL RISK PERCEPTIONS
IPSOS MORI (2017)
rank security as their first concern when travelling.
STATE OF PLAY
has modified travel itineraries due to security concerns
INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL REPORT