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Money and Personal Belongings    Water Safety    Food Safety
Accommodation Safety
Fire Safety    Swimming Pools    Beach
Safety    Children’s Safety
Pedestrian’s Safety
Driving on Holiday    Ski Safety

Part of the fun of any holiday is
experiencing different cultures and sampling a different way of life, this will almost
certainly expose you to a different hygiene and safety regime than you are used to at
home. Western Europe has some of the highest hygiene and safety standards in the world
which may not always apply to your particular holiday destination, this is why you need to
exercise more care than usual. We want you to have a safe and enjoyable holiday, which is
why we have published this health and safety information here. Should you require any
assistance during your stay please contact your First Choice representative.

Money and Personal Belongings
Wherever possible please place all
your valuables in a safety deposit box as soon as you arrive at your holiday accommodation
and keep them there throughout your stay. Please do not carry more money than is necessary
for your daily requirements. Gentlemen should avoid placing wallets in their rear trouser
pocket. Only exchange money with authorised exchange bureaux, such as the hotel or local
bank. In certain countries proof will be required that all foreign exchange has taken
place via authorised establishments.

Water Safety
Unless you have been advised
by your First Choice representative to the contrary, please do not use tap water for the

  • Drinking
  • Brushing your teeth
  • Ice making
  • Washing food (that will not be cooked)
  • Adding to drinks

Please use bottled water. It is very important that you
purchase bottled water from a reputable source such as the hotel or a local shop. Avoid
buying water from street vendors and always ensure the seal on the water bottle is intact.

Food Safety
Stomach upsets and diarrhoea
can arise from dietary changes and are often not related to contracting a tummy bug. It is
always wise to take a number of food safety precautions:

  • Always ensure that hot meat products
    including burgers, sausages and poultry are thoroughly cooked, the juices run clear, and
    the meat is not pink inside before eating it
  • Always store raw foods separately from
    cooked foods such as ham, beef, chicken
  • Always prepare high risk food such as
    cooked meats and dairy products separately from raw foods or before preparing foods
  • Always wash and rinse raw food preparation
    and storage utensils in hot water before using them for cooked food preparation
  • Do not handle or prepare food if you have a
    stomach upset
  • Always washes your hands after handling raw
    foods, visiting the toilet, before eating and after handling soil, sand and animals
  • Assure all foods are protected from birds,
    flies and other insects
  • Please use bottled water, whenever possible
    for drinking, cleaning teeth and food preparation
  • As far as possible avoid ice in drinks
  • Make sure that any food which is re-heated
    is piping hot all the way through before you eat it
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Accommodation Safety
If you have a gas cooker or oven in
your accommodation, please ensure that it is always turned off properly. In most cases the
gas will be supplied from a bottle located under the oven/burner, please ensure this
supply is turned off at the bottle when not in use. Water heaters should not be supplied
by individual gas bottles. If you discover that your accommodation is supplied in this way
please inform your First Choice representative immediately. Although all hotels and
apartments should have safety stickers on windows and doors, few are equipped with
toughened safety glass. Please take extra care when using these as in bright sunlight it
is not always obvious when windows and doors are open or closed. Not all guest lifts have
internal doors that mean there is no protection from the lift wall when the lift is in
motion. Please be extra careful when using this type of lift and stand well back from the
door. Children should not use any lift unaccompanied.

Fire Safety
First Choice considers the
fire safety of its guests of the very greatest importance. As Fire Safety Regulations do
vary from country to country, it is clearly important that a few moments are spent in
studying the following basic advice. High standards of fire safety depend very largely
upon the good sense of both guests and staff Any fire safety matters of particular concern
should therefore always be immediately notified to both the Management and your First
Choice representative.


  • Familiarise yourself with the escape
    routes and fire EXITS as well as the method of raising the alarm of fire
  • Please be careful with all smoking
    materials and never smoke in bed
  • Please exercise extreme care with all
    electrical and (where appropriate) cooking appliances especially those using oil
  • Please study the fire instruction
    notices provided for your safety
  • Please report any smoke or fire
    immediately upon discovery
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  • Take note of the location of fire EXITS
    wherever you are in the building


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  • Get everyone out of the room or
    apartment immediately – do not stop to collect personal belongings
  • Leave your room or apartment and close
    the door
  • Sound the fire alarm (or notify
  • Leave the building and proceed to an assembly
    outside and well clear of the building
  • REMEMBER – do not use LIFTS in
    the event of fire


Swimming Pools
As only the largest
hotels/apartments employ lifeguards, please find out the times (if any) that your pool is
supervised, and follow all pool rules and instructions. Please do not use the pool after
dark or after consuming alcohol. Never dive from the pool side into water less than 1.5m
deep, or where you see a No Diving sign. Do not dive or jump from any raised features
around the pool i.e. decorative rocks, bridges, islands etc. Remember the pool at your
accommodation may have a strange design, so familiarise yourself with its layout,
including depths, slopes and children’s areas before you or your children swim. As in the
UK, children must never use the pool unless supervised by an adult, even if there is a
life- guard. Please do not run around the pool area as floors can be slippery and
accidents could occur. Swim before drinking and eating not after!

Beach Safety
Check whether it’s a recommended
bathing beach and whether there are any hazards such as rocks, currents or tides. Make
sure you know the meanings of any warning signs or flags. Check out whether there is
lifeguard supervision and what you should do in case of an emergency.

Water can be great holiday fun but
it can also be dangerous

Children’s Safety
Children are naturally curious, more
so when on holiday with lots of interesting places and things to investigate. We would ask
you to be extra vigilant especially with balconies, lifts, swimming pools etc.

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Young children should never be
left unsupervised

Pedestrian’s Safety
Be aware of which side of the road
traffic will be on. You may have to look the ‘wrong’ way to check nothing is coming.
Traffic may not be required to stop at pedestrians’ crossings. Ask what the local practice
is. Be sure you are not breaking the law by crossing the road when or where you should

Driving on Holiday
If hiring a car or other
vehicle always wear a seat belt and follow the following safety advice:

  • Always wear a helmet on mopeds and
  • Fully familiarise yourself with the
    controls of the vehicle
  • As in the UK, never drink and drive
  • Do not drive in shorts, or short sleeved
    shirts on scooters or mopeds
  • Familiarise yourself with the ‘rules of the
    road’ and any foreign ‘highway code’ type of instructions for the country you are in
  • Work out your route in advance
  • If driving in Florida pay particular
    attention to the safety advice provided

We do not recommend the hire of
scooters or mopeds

Ski Safety

  • A skier must not endanger others
  • A skier must ski in control. You must adapt your
    speed and skiing to your ability and the conditions
  • A skier coming from behind must choose the route
    in such a way that they do not endanger skiers ahead
  • A skier may overtake another skier above or below,
    to the right or left provided that they leave enough space for the overtaken skier to make
    any movement
  • A skier must look up and down the piste when
    entering or starting a run. Unless absolutely necessary, a skier must avoid stopping on
    the piste, in narrow places or where visibility is restricted. After a fall, a skier must
    move clear of the piste as soon as possible
  • Skiers climbing or descending on foot must keep to
    the side of the piste
  • A skier must respect all signs and markings
  • At accidents, every skier is duty-bound to assist
  • Every skier must exchange names and addresses
    following an accident

Money and Personal Belongings    Water Safety    Food Safety
Accommodation Safety
Fire Safety    Swimming Pools    Beach
Safety    Children’s Safety
Pedestrian’s Safety
Driving on Holiday    Ski Safety

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