Human Trafficking Training for Hotels

Training hospitality staff to recognize and report human trafficking

Human Trafficking Awareness Training for Hotels

human trafficking for hotels training Human trafficking is a multibillion dollar criminal industry that affects millions of men, women and children around the world. The illegal exploitation of individuals takes many different forms and occurs in many different places, including hotels and motels. Traffickers often take advantage of the privacy and anonymity of the hospitality industry, underscoring the need to train staff on how to recognize and report signs of sex trafficking, forced labor and domestic servitude.

Combating human trafficking is a priority for the hotel industry, with active support from companies, organizations and some lawmakers. California recently enacted a law requiring hotels and motels to train all employees on human trafficking awareness by January 1, 2020. The law applies to employees hired as of July 1, 2019, who are likely to interact or encounter victims of human trafficking. New hires must be trained within six months.

As local, national and global efforts gain momentum, implementing a regular awareness training is one of many positive steps hotels can take to ensure all employees know their role in combating human trafficking, whether they work front desk and security, food and beverage, housekeeping and maintenance or other areas.

Online Human Trafficking Training

human trafficking for hotels training

Traliant’s Recognizing and Preventing Human Trafficking for Hotels is a 20-minute, interactive course designed for hotel employees, who are likely to come into contact with victims of human trafficking. Information is presented in short segments that explain this complex issue in clear terms and real-world examples. Employees learn how to recognize the warning signs of trafficking, including red flags associated with their specific job responsibilities. The course features a host video, Viewer Mailbag and interactive challenges and assessments. A course-completion certificate and contact information for reporting suspicious activity is included.

Traliant’s Training on Recognizing and Preventing Human Trafficking for Hotels
covers these topics and more:

  • What is human trafficking?
  • Different types of trafficking
  • Who’s at risk
  • Signs of suspicious activity
  • CSEC crimes (Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children)
  • Reporting suspicions

Traliant Difference
Traliant helps organizations create safe, respectful working environments with behavior-based training designed for today’s diverse, mobile workforce. Recognizing and Preventing Human Trafficking for Hotels trains hotel staff on how to spot and respond to signs of human trafficking they may encounter on property. Traliant also offers Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Hotels, which is tailored for employees and managers working in the hotel and lodging industry.

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