The investigation into the attack that saw 38 people killed has resulted in no charges against the operator.
Philippines.- Three committees of the Philippine House of Representatives determined that no charges should be filed against Resorts World Manila. The casino went through a shooting that killed 38 people inside its facility and was forced to close its doors back in June 2017.
The House Panels on public order and safety, games and amusements and tourism approved the report on the investigation, which admitted that the management of the casino failed in security measures, but recommended that the company review its policies and strengthen measures to avoid similar situations in the future.
“The RWM security and safety personnel must undergo more skills training and educative programs on crisis management and risk reduction. The RWM must also adhere to a stringent recruitment and hiring process of employment candidates for sensitive positions such as head security,” said the committee report, according to Rappler.