The San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport announced on Wednesday that it received international recognition for its cleaning standards.
The airport received the HBAC Star Facility Accreditation through Global Biorisk Advisory Council, a Division of ISSA. In order to earn the accreditation, the airport complied with 20 different health and safety elements ranging standard procedures, personal protective equipment and emergency preparedness.
“The health and safety of travelers and employees has always been the highest priority for SBP. Earning this accreditation is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team, who have continued to show up every day throughout this pandemic and work diligently in order to meet the high standards that our passengers expect when traveling,” said Courtney Johnson, Director of Airports. “We are proud to be recognized for our rigorous standards, hard-working team and our long-term plans to care for our passengers and community.”
The airport had already implemented several health and safety measures as part of its SBP Nonstop Service Program.