This guide outlines key elements of how to plan for travel emergencies, as well as focusing on what to expect from your travel management company (TMC) once the emergency call has been made.
This article also touches on working with a medical and security specialist company – at ATPI we have a number of global strategic alliances with medical and security services providers, including International SOS.
Duty of care and looking after your travellers is not just for areas of ‘high risk’ – the most common risks identified by International SOS are road traffic accidents or as a pedestrian in busy cities like Paris or Rome. Each organisation will be different, but planning for travel emergencies will ensure you are ready and prepared for a range of scenarios and can react as required – minimising risk and keeping travellers safe.
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