SETTING THE STANDARD
FOR GLOBAL TRAVEL SAFETY

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GLOBAL BUSINESS TRAVEL IS ON THE INCREASE

Today’s employees are working with clients in a global business environment at a time when terrorist attacks and natural disasters are at the front of many travellers’ minds. As people become increasingly aware of the challenges around travel, they - and the businesses they work for - need to make sure that they can feel secure about their safety, especially if something goes wrong. As a result, employers are facing new challenges when it comes to issues such as health and safety and duty of care.

Global Travel Safety Infographic

THE GLOBAL TRAVEL
SAFETY LANDSCAPE

The issues affecting the global workforce and its international travel, and trends empowering a safe, comfortable and consistent experience.

DISRUPTION IN THE TRAVEL INDUSTRY

The travel industry is undergoing an unprecedented period of disruption. Traditional providers are disappearing, while digital technology has led to an increase in new industry players. At the same time, natural disasters and terror attacks are changing the safety landscape in many locations.

How can businesses prepare?

THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY

Technology has transformed the way we think about travel, giving people instant access to transport in the palm of their hand, last-minute bookings are possible in more locations, and journeys can be tracked and traced. But what are its implications for the safety of travel?

The challenges and risks of technology

DEALING WITH DISASTER AND EMERGENCY

The past few years have seen an increase in terrorist attacks and natural disasters around the world - with many of these hitting popular business travel destinations. In spite of this heightened awareness however, few companies have sufficiently robust emergency procedures in place. What do they need to do to be prepared for any eventuality?

How to prepare for unexpected situations

BUILDING
YOUR POLICY

BUILDING A
PARTNER ECOSYSTEM


BUILDING A
PARTNER ECOSYSTEM

No business, no matter how global, can hope to build a travel safety policy alone. Learn how to develop a strong partner ecosystem made up of expert travel providers.

WHERE DOES THE
RESPONSIBILITY LIE?


WHERE DOES THE
RESPONSIBILITY LIE?

With up to six personas within the organisation involved in business travel, how do you define where overall responsibility lies?

WHAT SHOULD A TRAVEL
POLICY LOOK LIKE?


WHAT SHOULD A TRAVEL
POLICY LOOK LIKE?

An effective travel safety policy should focus first and foremost on the needs of the traveller. Learn what to include to ensure you are meeting their needs.

UPDATING
YOUR POLICY


UPDATING
YOUR POLICY

The global travel landscape is ever-changing. Learn more about building robust policies that are flexible and proactive so you can deal with issues before they arise.

CHANGING THE CONVERSATION ON
GLOBAL TRAVEL SAFETY

Watch highlight footage from the panel discussion at our white paper launch event, where Chief Commercial Officer Rob McGinn talks to leading industry voices about the issues and innovations surrounding global travel safety today.

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THE WHITEPAPER

Our end-to-end guide to help businesses address global travel safety within their organisation. With contributions from Capita, Festive Road, GTMC, Hillgate Travel, Northcott Global Solutions, Arrow212, Reed & Mackay, Inntel, BT Global Services and CTI, this paper examines the key themes and drivers affecting safety in the global travel safety industry and explores the policies businesses should put in place to protect themselves and their employees.
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