Securing Leadership Commitment for Your Organization’s Travel Risk Management Programs

Author: Jacob Newton Securing active leadership support for your organization’s Travel Risk Management (TRM) initiatives is critical. Organizations invest numerous resources into travel annually, and the potential impact of emergencies can be catastrophic. Furthermore, engagement by the individual traveler in the TRM program can be the most difficult to accomplish, but is pivotal because they are…

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Ask the Doctor: Your Most Pressing Questions About Travel Health – Answered!

You asked…and we answered! Our clients consult with us on a daily basis to discuss some of their most pressing questions about travel health and potential medical issues that could arise while their travelers are abroad. In this Q+A, our Medical Director, Dr. Michelle Nathan, shares answers to some of our favorite questions that recently came our…

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Dating Apps and Travel: Safety Advice & Considerations

Author: Peter Barth Dating apps like Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge are increasingly more popular, including amongst travelers. Users report that in addition to facilitating dates in unfamiliar places, these apps can be an excellent way to become more familiar with their destinations. Risk managers and travel administrators should take the popularity of dating apps into…

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On Call in Action: Stomach Pain in Kenya

On Call International helps organizations and their travelers take a proactive and holistic approach to not only managing emergencies when they arise—but also planning for and even preventing them before they happen. Tune in each month to see how On Call International helps with travel problems, big and small, every day: Stomach Pain in Kenya…

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Monthly Risk Spotlight: October

On Call International’s Monthly Risk Spotlight highlights events of heightened importance in assessing risk to travel and operations abroad. Asia Pacific  Indonesia Grapples With the Economic and Health-related Fall-outs of Massive Forest Fires Toxic smog resulting from forest fires on a greater than usual scale engulfed the Southeast Asian countries of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore…

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Protecting Travelers With Chronic Illness – A Checklist For Your Organization

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Did you know…? According to the CDC, six in ten adults in the U.S. have a chronic disease. And while traveling abroad can be exciting and rewarding, the physical demands of travel can be particularly challenging for those with chronic illnesses. To help you better inform and prepare your travelers, view our checklist with advice…

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The 5 Personnel Recovery Tasks: What They Are and Why They’re Crucial for Travel Risk Management Programs

Author: Jacob Newton Indicated in the graphic, the five PR tasks are embedded into the Execution phase of the spectrum.  All preparation, planning and adaptation of a TRM program must focus on better performing these 5 execution tasks because this is when lives are at risk. For the U.S. Military, “the sum of military, diplomatic,…

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Integrating Behavioral Health Support Into Your Organization’s Travel Risk Management Strategy

When traveling abroad or living in a foreign country, people can be exposed to a variety of unexpected and sometimes serious situations. Personal issues from culture shock to sexual assault to large-scale incidents like a terrorist attack or natural disaster can all have a significant impact on one’s emotional well-being. Providing travelers with access to…

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On Call in Action: Skiing Accident in Utah

On Call International helps organizations and their travelers take a proactive and holistic approach to not only managing emergencies when they arise—but also planning for and even preventing them before they happen. Tune in each month to see how On Call International helps with travel problems, big and small, every day: Skiing Accident in Utah …

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Monthly Risk Spotlight: September

On Call International’s Monthly Risk Spotlight highlights events of heightened importance in assessing risk to travel and operations abroad. Asia Pacific Hong Kong: Protests in Hong Kong Show No Sign of Abating: Will China Intervene? The twelve weeks of protests in Hong Kong are starting to have a significant impact on both business and travel…

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