Pegasus Reef Hotel certified with ISO 22000:2005, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSHA 18001-2007

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From left to right: Mr. H.P.K.G Gunathilaka - Chief Accountant, Mr.DushmanthaFernando - Sales & Marketing Manager, Mrs.DilshaniSenaratne - Assistant HR Manager, Mr. Roshan Jayawickrema - Executive Chef, Mr. Harsha Jayasinghe - Resident Manager, Mrs. Mala Munasinghe - Executive House Keeper, Mr.LakshmanWaidyakumara - Chief Engineer, Mr. S. Mahesh Abeywickrama - Front office manager, Mr.J. K. Niroshan Jayakody - F & B Manager

Pegasus Reef Beach Hotel in Hendala, Wattala has been certified with two ISO certificates along with a OSHA certifcate for its efforts and achievements in the hotel industry. This achievement is a huge milestone for thePegasus Reef Beach Hotel as an individual establishmentas only a limited number of hotels or hotel chains in Sri Lanka have been able to attain this standard.

The ISO 22000:2005 certificate which is awarded for Food Safety Management System was received by the Pegasus Reef Hotel as the hotel makes every effort to ensure that the food being servedto its guestsis free of all potential biological, chemical and physical hazards by producing & serving in an environment where ISO 22000: 2005 principles have been established while complying to all applicable legal requirements. 

The Pegasus Reef Beach Hotel also received ISO 14001:2004 - Environment Management System & OHSHA – 18001-2007 in recognition for its contribution tomaintaining an effective environmental and health and safety management system. 

Commenting on the ISO recognition, Harsha Jayasinghe - Resident Manager of Pegasus Reef Beach Hotel stated, “We are truly proud and honoured to have been awarded the ISO 22000:2005, ISO 14001:2004 and the OHSHA – 18001-2007 certificates. The certificates reflect our commitment and effort to continuously improving health and safety standards and also reflects our dedication to protect the environment in which we work.. We always strive towardscontinous improvement, prevention of pollution andin maintaining all legal requirements. Weprideourselves in maintaining and improvingenvironmental management systemswhileupliftingoccupationalhealth and safety management." 

Salvaged from a mangrove swamp, Pegasus Reef Beach Hotel made its entrance into the hospitality industry in the early 1970s. Its exotic surroundings with spectacular beach views seamlessly blend with the restful tranquility of the area. Conveniently located 20kms away from Bandaranaike International Airport and in close proximity to Colombo, Pegasus Reef Beach Hotel is remodeled and furnished with the most modern amenities. The hotel offers its guests a four star hotel experience, unlike any other and keeps its guests enthralled with a view of the Colombo Port, with its beautifully anchored ships, the historic Lighthouse and the Dikkowita Fishery Harbour.




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