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The hotel is connected to the city water distribution system, guaranteeing its unlimited supply, and has been examined by the Taipei Water Department. The water is stored in a complex of sealed, compartmentalised and reinforced sanitary tanks well within the secured perimeters and control of the hotel. The hotel conducts the regular sampling and examination on tanks, outlets, kitchens and guestrooms to ensure the water quality is at its highest level.
The hotel/resort maintains internationally recognized standards of food hygiene and sanitation. In 2001, the group introduced the Shangri-La Food Management Safety System (SFSMS) to ensure the highest level of standards in food sanitation across all hotels in the group. The industry-leading SFSMS is based upon principles of the system used in food manufacturing often referred to as Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP). All food operation steps are addressed from the supply chain and selection of ingredients to the serving of food to customers. The hotel/ resort has a food hygienist on staff to ensure that food safety hygiene standards are monitored and kept up to date, and the hotels are audited yearly to verify implementation and compliance with SFSM policies.
Electricity supply within the hotel is available 24 hours and supplied at at 110 Volts 60 Hertz in the guestrooms. In the unlikely event of disruption to the electricity supply, the hotel's emergency generator will automatically operate, to ensure that all fire & life safety and essential equipment will continue to operate.
Fully trained lifeguards are on duty at all times during swimming pool operating hours.

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