COMMUNITY SERVICE THROUGH FACILITATION OF PARAGLIDING TOURISM CHSE GUIDELINES TRAINING
Paragliding tourism is a breathtaking form of air adventure that impacted from Covid-19 pandemic as the activities is highly in human touch particularly tandem flight. There is a significant need for applying CHSE in each element of paragliding tourism. Thus, it is the purpose of this community service to facilitate and socialize the CHSE for paragliding tourism in flying site at Puncak Bogor West Java. 50 participants for stakeholder of paragliding tourism were participated in-class training for 4 hours and continued with out-class simulation out-door for 6 hours and wrapped up with paragliding flight for 1 hour. The result of training was monitored using checklist (see table below) of paragliding tourism CHSE. The list consists of criteria, indicators, and proven evidence. General conduct due to Covid-19 pandemic was socialized while the flow of service in nine area of paragliding flying sites were exercised in the field. It is expected that implementation of paragliding tourism CHSE manual could minimize the risks of transmission and each step-in service flow is constructed to avoid the impact of the pandemic. By practicing the manual, it is an encouragement for the stakeholder in paragliding tourism to rejuvenate and prepare to be visited with new tourist who more conscious with safety and health issues during their holiday.
Keywords: CHSE, Paragliding Tourism, Application
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