STR receives TÜV seal for corona protection standards

Photo: Stuttgart Airport.
Photo: Stuttgart Airport.

STR receives TÜV seal for corona protection standards

Photo: Stuttgart Airport.
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Stuttgart Airport has been awarded the seal of "Approved protection against infection COVID-19" by TÜV Hessen for its hygiene and protective measures against corona. With the award of the seal of approval, TÜV Hessen has now confirmed that all requirements for protection against infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus are met at the state airport.

According to the airport, around one hundred conditions had to be met for proof. This includes continuous information on distance and mask requirements in all areas of the terminal and the provision of hygiene dispensers for passengers, visitors and employees, but also technical specifications from the ventilation of the terminal buildings to the cleaning of critical areas and facilities.

The seal of approval from TÜV Hessen not only evaluates the preventive protection for passengers and everyone who works at the airport, but also regular training in hygiene and the monitoring of compliance with rules are included in the seal of quality. "The official proof now confirms that the overall concept that the airport has drawn up and implemented enables passengers to travel as safely as possible and employees to work safely," the broadcast said.

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