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Safety – It’s Not Just for Travelers Anymore

You have done everything you can possibly do to ensure your travelers are well educated and practicing safe guidelines and protocols while traveling. You have a high-risk destination pre-approval process in place and the ability to track and contact travelers. Your organization is partnered with at least one security and intelligence provider supporting traveler safety and health, and you regularly conduct travel risk management program resource and education outreach. Your travel risk management program provides end-to-end Duty of Care to travelers. You’ve covered it all, right?

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Top Risk Management Tips when in Crowded Places

Concerts, festive markets or shopping on the high street – the holiday season is always a popular time for going out. And, as much as these events are to be enjoyed, it is important that anyone attending such events should be mindful of their own personal safety. Here are the top tips to consider when…

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Minimizing Risk for Pregnant Travelers

Pregnant travelers face numerous considerations that most travelers do not need to bear in mind. However, with planning and preparation, pregnant women can safely travel to most locations. Expectant mothers should schedule an appointment with a travel medicine specialist at least four to six weeks before travel. The travel medicine practitioner may need to collaborate…

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Looking Ahead: 2019 Travel Risks

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 and grow your business, your…

When Natural Disaster Strikes: Be Prepared and Stay Prepared!
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When Natural Disaster Strikes: Be Prepared and Stay Prepared!

Hurricanes, earthquakes, and tornadoes don’t take travel schedules into consideration. Whether you are close to home or halfway around the world, it is important to always be prepared for when a natural disaster strikes. When a natural disaster occurs, infrastructure will be impacted and it can take days (if not weeks) before regular operations begin…

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The Risks and Rewards of Letting Technology Take the Wheel

Self-driving cars, no longer part of the future, will soon be here to stay.  According to Curbed, at least one rental car company plans to have driverless cars as part of their offering in the not too distant future.  With the addition of robotic driven vehicles to fleets, the corporate transportation landscape will dramatically change….

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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 few of the additional considerations…