All posts by GBTA Risk Committee

Looking Ahead: 2019 Travel Risks

On December 11, 2018 in Risk, Travel Trends by GBTA Risk Committee
With 2019 rapidly approaching, as the holiday season winds down, another year of corporate travel begins. Is your organization maintaining its Duty of Care legal obligation? Here are four items to think about for the upcoming year: 24/7 healthcare and security support for your mobile workers In order to operate…

Negotiating the Unique Concerns for Business Continuity and Risk Management When Senior Executives Travel

There are unique aspects and intricacies when C-Suite executives travel on business.  This entry is dedicated to providing a short overview of how Corporate Travel Managers can apply best practices to their own Executive Suite's business travel. There are vast differences between Executive Suite travel and other business travel. Just a…

Managing Kidnapping Risk

American organizations are at risk of kidnapping around the world – it’s vital they manage the risks. Hostage US estimates that around 200 Americans are kidnapped overseas each year. Some are taken by criminals in countries such as Mexico and Brazil, some are taken by terrorists in the Middle East,…

Safety and Awareness Support for Female Travelers

Nearly two-thirds of travelers today are women, reports the George Washington University School of Business. Many of these women travel solo for business, with the numbers doubling in the past five years.  Today, all travelers face increasing risks but women specifically may face their own unique situations. Organizations must adapt to…

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