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GPHS provides public health assessments against CDC/Vessel Sanitation Program Construction Guidelines standards thereby yielding a high return on investment. Our consultants work in conjunction with cruise line owners, vessel builders and decision makers on a daily basis, globally.
We identify public health issues to preclude costly project over-runs. We evaluate facilities and equipment requirements for Galleys, Food Preparation Areas and Pantries, Provisions and Food Service Areas, Waste Management and Housekeeping, Ventilation, Potable Water Systems and Recreational Water Facilities, General Areas and Hygiene Facilities, Cabins and Child Activity Centers.
Whether it is reviewing designs and specifications, onsite inspection, project management, or remote site consulting, the widely experienced consultants at GPHS can help you meet the needs of your projects.
Cruise ships with a U.S. itinerary must comply with CDC/Vessel Sanitation Program regulatory requirements.
Our subject matter experts combine experience, knowledge and values with the ability to:
There are many distractions in construction and using our risk-based expertise will keep the distractions from pulling work off-course.
Our services support development of cruise ship plan reviews consistent with CDC/Vessel Sanitation Program Construction Guidelines requirements
Our shipyard validation process is used on ships of any size - from design through construction
We will turn the corner on this Coronavirus pandemic, together.
We care deeply about how it has impacted your life and the lives of others.
We are committed to realizing a break-through in the public health responses to COVID-19 events onboard ships, including at port health authorities.
Physical distancing measures save lives. Let’s save lives, together, at a distance.Continue
Global Public Health Services
PO Box 1257
Windermere, FL 34786
United States of America