COVID-19: What It Means For Travel [INFOGRAPHIC]

Are you curious about what the #COVID-19 pandemic means for travel? Don’t miss this infographic that pools together the latest information from our in-house travel medical and security experts, including what’s happening now, what’s on the horizon, and how On Call can help: On Call’s in-house medical and security experts continue to closely monitor COVID-19…

COVID-19 Resources Page for Travelers and Their Organizations

On Call International’s Medical and Security teams continue to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak and its relevance to global travel and programming abroad.  As such, providing credible and vetted resources to organizations and their travelers to help remain on the forefront of COVID-19 is a top priority for us. We know there is a lot of…

On Call’s Chief Medical Officer Answers Top COVID-19 Travel Health FAQs

It’s no secret COVID-19 is dominating our news and social media feeds these days. The WHO actually describes the overabundance of information about COVID-19 as an “infodemic.” While there is a lot of great information out there, it’s also getting increasingly more difficult to sift through what’s relevant and decipher what it really means for…

Travel Health Update From Dr. Siegart: Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) is a novel (new) coronavirus that was first identified in Wuhan, China in December 2019.  COVID-19 is very contagious and mainly spread by close contact with an infected person through respiratory droplets. Because of the extent of worldwide spread, the WHO has classified COVID-19 as a pandemic. According to our Chief Medical…

COVID-19 and What It Means for Travelers: An Important Update from Dr. Siegart

On Call International’s travel medical and security experts continue to closely monitor COVID-19 which is responsible for a respiratory illness outbreak first detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. COVID-19 has now been detected in many locations throughout the world, including the United States. International and local efforts are focused on early identification of infected…

Monthly Risk Spotlight: March 2020

Author: On Call International’s Global Security Team We know that COVID-19 is top of mind for everyone right now and there are significant disruptions to travel across the globe. However, here at On Call, we want to ensure we are not becoming complacent on other risks for organizations that have essential operations ongoing amidst this…

Female Travel Safety: How Women Are Helping Women Stay Safe Across the Globe

Author: Cassandra Celestin, Global Security Specialist Whether at home or abroad, everyday women face the risk of experiencing various forms of sexual harassment and violence. Although in certain societies and countries the risk is amplified, the threat remains pervasive regardless of geographical location. Incidents of sexual harassment and violence can occur everywhere, even in widely…

Monthly Risk Spotlight: February 2020

Author: On Call International’s Global Security Team On Call International’s Monthly Risk Spotlight highlights events of heightened importance in assessing risk to travel and operations abroad. AMERICAS The Mexican Government Takes Steps towards Reforms in the Criminal Justice System In mid-January, Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s legal advisor, and the country’s attorney general’s office…

Travel Risk Management Training for the Administrator: Maximizing Program Effectiveness

Author: Jacob Newton In the first segment of our two-part Travel Risk Management (TRM) training series, we discussed techniques for organizations looking to establish a training program for their individual travelers, and why it’s so important.  Similarly, those overseeing travel risk management and duty of care initiatives for their organizations also have a responsibility to…

Important Flu Prevention Information for Travelers From On Call’s Chief Medical Officer

  It’s officially that time of year. For many of us, the air is much colder, and it’s hard to go anywhere in public without hearing someone cough or sneeze. It’s safe to say that anyone who doesn’t want the flu should be doing some type of due diligence to avoid germs—and according to On Call’s Chief…