On Call’s Rescue Nurse Team: Raising the Bar for Quality and Travel Safety with Dual CAMTS Accreditation

It’s official! On Call International is now the only assistance provider in North America with its own, in-house CAMTS and CAMTS EU dual accredited commercial medical transport program! Congratulations to our Rescue Nurse team for making this possible by meeting CAMTS’s stringent standards for patient care and safety in the air medical transport environment. Throughout…

The Ultimate Dictionary of TRM Terms That You (and Your Organization) Should Know

Here on the On Call blog, we’ve covered all things travel risk management (TRM), with the goal of sharing information and resources that you will find helpful as you continue to enhance your organization’s travel health and safety initiatives. As part of this goal, we thought it would be useful to create a holistic ‘TRM…

Trends & Developments in Global Risk [Free Q3-2018 Report]

Want to get ahead of risks instead of being in “fire-fighting” mode? We can help! On Call’s Global Risk Update is just what you need for garnering insights that can help your organization meet its duty of care and better protect your traveling population. This Global Risk Update looks at the third quarter of 2018 to help…

Air Pollution: Should You (and Your Travelers) Be Worried?

Alarming fact: Air pollution is not only the biggest environmental health risk, but it is currently one of the most significant challenges for global public health, says the World Health Organization. In fact, they say air pollution levels remain dangerously high in many parts of the world, with 9 out of 10 people breathing air…

How to Align Technology and Risk Management to Optimize Study Abroad Safety and Duty of Care

Whether it’s theft, terrorism, disease, or even weather – global risks have many institutions wondering how to implement or adapt a formal traveler protection strategy. However, when students are spread across the globe, maintaining a level of proactive and continuous oversight can be challenging without the right tools and technology in place. In this blog,…

Behind the Scenes: How a Medical Evacuation Works

Have you ever wondered how a medical evacuation works? You can never predict when, where, or even if one of your travelers will get sick or injured overseas—however, in the unfortunate event it happens, knowing how to effectively react is more than half the battle…and we can help! Our medical evacuation guide for organizations will…

Trends in Global Risk: Q2-2018

Want to enhance your understanding of stories you see on the news and apply them to your organization’s travel risk management strategies? We can help! On Call’s Global Risk Update is just what you need for garnering insights that can help your organization meet its duty of care and better protect your traveling population. In…

Protests and Demonstrations: Traveler Safety and Preparation Advice [INFOGRAPHIC]

In certain areas of the world, protests and demonstrations are quite common—and while they can be influential and exciting, they can also lead to chaos, violence, and can compromise one’s safety. Whether initiated by activists, unions, police, hate groups, or others, it’s important for your travelers to know what they should do if they find…

Get Ahead of the Storm: Hurricane Preparedness & Response Playbook

After last year’s devastating hurricane season, many organizations and their travelers learned it’s not enough to focus solely on how to ride out a major storm—it’s critical to also consider proactive measures that can build a resilient plan even before a storm occurs. As the peak of 2018’s hurricane season approaches, we want to help…

When Terror Strikes: What Travelers Should Do During an Attack Abroad

While the chances of encountering a terrorist attack abroad are low, there’s still no doubt the world is an unpredictable place. Add to that the heightened threat of terrorism targeting Western interests globally, and it’s important for anyone traveling abroad to be prepared for the worst case scenario. With that in mind, we spoke to…