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Role of AHRIM


  • Representation

 

AHRIM represents its members on various Boards, committees, sub-committees (regular and ad-hoc)


Permanent representation:

 

MTPA, Tourism Authority, MEF, JEC, TEWF, HRDC, IVTB, CSO, Sir Gaëtan Duval Hotel School Management Committee, National Pay Council, National Empowerment Foundation,Tourist Village.

 

Ad hoc representation:

 

Ad-hoc committee discussing inter alia the following issues: Marketing, Budgetary proposals, Wage determination and Remuneration, fiscal measures, international fairs, hotel taxis, beach hawkers, etc

 

  • Advocacy

AHRIM lobbies in favour of the recommendations formulated by its members

 

Lobbying:

 General policy regarding tourism, fiscal matters, air access policy, training, recommendations/ proposals on all laws and regulations, proposals made to ensure a better physical environment, to contribute on pertinent issues such as safety and security, stray animals, adhoc issues such aschikungunya, etc.

 

  • Communication

AHRIM Communication Department through regular communiqués keeps its members informed of the tourism situation in Mauritius as well as share the positions of the Association on different issues.

 

Internal with members
Quarterly Newsletter, monthly performance of the tourism sector, press cuttings, regular memos, adhoc committees and communiqués, group brainstorming and presentation

 

External
Media, proposals/recommendations made in various national reports such as NACO Report, Tourism Development Plan, ‘Les Assises du Tourisme’, various white papers, TORs, policy papers, etc…

 

  • Information

The Office holds a database of all tourism related activities and also undertakes on a regular basis statistical and economic analysis , surveys and specific reports on the tourism industry, to keep the members well informed and up to date with the new trends and best practices on the day to day tourism management.

 

Commissions

 

Four Commissions have been set up namely, Human Resource, Finance, Environment and Marketing comprising AHRIM members. The main role of these commissions is to advise the Council on issues related to their attributions and on relevant documents (for e.g. white paper, legislation, etc.) and submit constructive proposals to assist and facilitate Council to take appropriate decisions.

 

Requisites to be a member of AHRIM

  • Offer an acceptable quality service in line with AHRIM standards.
  • Abide to the code of professional conduct and ethics of the Association.
  • Comply with the subscriptions fees in time.

 



 
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