Risky Roads: Mapping Plans to Keep International Travelers Safe

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Every year, more than 1.2 million people are killed on roads around the world, according to the World Health Organization. Yet 57 percent of respondents in a recent webinar poll said their organization does not have a road safety policy. Read full blog post »

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Timely Tips for Healthy and Safe International Summer Travel

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With the summer season in full swing, many of your employees are likely taking advantage of time off to travel abroad. That means they may be headed further from home and to unfamiliar destinations. During this busy season, extra vigilance and advance planning can go a long way toward avoiding many common summer travel problems. Read full blog post »

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Risky Roads: Mapping Traveler Safety

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Around the world, 3,300 preventable road deaths occur every day, according to the “Global Status Report on Road Safety ,” which was released last year by the World Health Organization. That comes to more than one million deaths a year.

A complimentary webinar on July 15 will look at what organizations can do to help manage these risks and build a road safety culture within their organization. Register here.
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Chikungunya in the Caribbean: Advice to Stay Safe

Travelers heading to the Caribbean may face the “The Deadliest Animal in the World,” a pesky and deadly little critter – the mosquito that’s infecting individuals with a less commonly known disease, chikungunya. In fact, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation list this little fly as way more dangerous than shark and snake bites. Read full blog post »

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Mexico: Are Companies Changing their Risk Approach?

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In 2010, as violence in Mexico was reaching a crescendo, we asked decision makers from more than 300 international firms conducting business there about their concerns. At that time, more than half (52 percent) said concerns over violence led their firms to scale back operations. Read full blog post »

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Countdown to World Cup – Less than One Month

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With the World Cup set to kick off in Brazil on June 12, many organizations are setting plans into motion to be sure their travelers (and VIPS) remain healthy, safe and secure. For many of those organizations, planning for medical and security incidents started many months ago. Now, it’s time to be sure that travelers headed to the games are prepared for what they may face there. Read full blog post »

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