Managing risks while travelling

The scale of travel risk is huge, from natural disasters to traffic accidents, more often from various sicknesses to hospital care. 

The well-being of personnel travelling has become an increasingly important part of an employer's duty of care.

When travel-related risks are constantly changing, it needs well planned and implemented travel risk management as well as a high level of knowledge of the risk profile of companies and locations where employees are traveling to. Especially when operating in high-risk geographical locations, an excellent plan is not enough - readiness to act fast is crucial.

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