International SOS recently released its Risk Outlook report, unveiling the top security risks for the international workforce in 2021. Here, we talk to Jeremy Prout, Director of Security at International SOS, to discuss how to protect the workforce against the top risks found within the report.
Country-by-country analysis of major and emerging travel security risks
December 28, 2020
G4S published its Asia Emerging Risks report, which provides a comprehensive tactical overview of the preeminent risks impacting 19 of Asia’s top destinations to enable organizations to deploy risk-mitigation strategies to protect their employees and assets, especially during travel.
ICAO issued a bulletin announcing its new Testing and Cross-border Risk Management Measures Manual (Doc 10152), developed by the members of the dedicated CAPSCA group it established in 2009 for the prevention and management of public health events in civil aviation.
Since the COVID-19 crisis, many travel management companies have been ground to a halt. But what will happen when the borders open back up and employees get back on planes?
For many organizations, business travel is a core operational element that enables growth through networking and meeting existing and future customers and partners.
"If you’re planning to fly for the Thanksgiving holiday, here are some steps that you can take now, well ahead of Thanksgiving, to help ensure that you won’t be a turkey when you get to a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) security checkpoint at the airport," said TSA.
The Jamaica Cares program costs $40 per traveler and will cover case management, transportation logistics, evacuation, field rescue and repatriation for any medical emergencies during travel, including natural disasters such as hurricanes and COVID-19.
Travel has been limited to prevent the spread of COVID-19; however, as restrictions relax and organizations start to return to operations, we’re beginning to see an increase in business travel. In fact, in May, Business Travel News estimated that 31% of travelers expected to start planning business travel within the next month and 50% of meeting planners anticipated resuming meetings from the months of June to September.
Don’t miss this opportunity to join travel and tourism leaders, fire and law enforcement personnel, security professionals, hoteliers, guest claims personnel, public health and other experts from around the world at this year’s conference.