The duties of each management level in relation to the provision of safety issues shall be arranged in accordance with the provisions of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.Moreover, since the hotel industry deals with a wide range of customers and other stakeholders, the roles of the hotel managers are the provision of a safe environment for their customers and other stakeholders i.e. customers, shall be discussed in this discussion. The discussion shall also focus on various aspects of safety at the hotel i.e. occupational fire management et cetera.The roles of external stakeholders i.e. the UK Government shall also be discussed in this document. The United Kingdom government undertakes a crucial role in formulating and implementing various occupational safety and health rules. The hotel is one of the industries that adhere to the rules and regulations that govern businesses shall observe the Health and Safety at Work Act as stipulated by the United Kingdom government.The arrangement of the establishment will be arranged in a manner that the roles of each stakeholder and individual meet the pre-requisites of the Health and Safety at Work Act, 1974. To begin with, the hotel has a manager that undertakes various managerial responsibilities. The manager is responsible for the formulation and implementation of various internal rules and regulation in consultation with other pertinent stakeholders.Moreover, with the assistance of a monitoring and evaluation officer, the manager will identify whether the modus operandi of the hotel is in compliance with the stipulations of the Health and Safety at Work Act, 1974. Consequently, according to the Health and Safety at work Act 1974, the manager and other supervisors shall ensure that the safety of the workers and the customers are given greater consideration.In order to ensure that safety and health issues of both the workers are not jeopardized.