On Call in Action: Missing Luggage in Italy

Whether you’re traveling for business, school, or pleasure, it’s safe to say that things don’t always go as planned (Good thing you always remember to pack your On Call card!). But here’s the thing: unless you’ve actually experienced a travel emergency (a broken leg, lost prescription, stolen passport, or even a legal mix-up), it’s hard to imagine how travel assistance…

Stress-Free Holiday Travel: 5 Ways to Get Through the Airport Quicker

Getting through the airport can be a dreaded task for anyone – especially during the holidays. Check out our tips below so you can have a quicker (and less painful) trip through the airport this holiday travel season: 1. Get with the Program: According the TSA, 97% of passengers enrolled in their Pre√ program waited…

The Most Common Health Risks for Business Travelers [INFOGRAPHIC]

According to the CDC, an estimated 5.1 million people travel outside of the U.S. for business…and for every 100,000 travelers to a developing country, an astounding 50,000 people will experience some sort of health problem abroad. It’s no secret that traveling to an unfamiliar location can pose threats to one’s health—yet, despite these risks, only…

Road Safety and Travel: 4 Things Your Organization Should Know

According to the U.S. State Department, motor vehicle crashes — not terrorism, crime, infectious disease or air travel— are the number one cause of death to healthy Americans living, working and traveling abroad. Without action, the WHO predicts road traffic crashes to become the 7th leading cause of death by 2030. For those managing duty…

How to Enhance Your Travel Risk Management Strategy with Post-Trip Debriefs

Last month, we discussed After-Action Reviews (AARs) and how they can enhance your organization’s travel emergency action plan. However, while AARs play an important role following the resolution of large-scale incidents, they are typically only utilized when a calculated response is required from numerous groups within an organization. To facilitate a response that is more…