beTravelwise in the news – Duty of Care

29 Apr 2016

The article below came about because when I chat to clients about what sales line to use to sell training they invariably say ‘Duty of Care’.  When questioned further they often say that is the only thing that matters, but yet duty of care doesn’t cut it with many potential clients which made me wonder […]

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beTravelwise in the news

15 Apr 2016

Our ‘how to react to a shooting incident’ animation appears in Buying Business Travel  

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Champagne for our Door Wedge Competition Winner

Christopher Stiegeler of executive recruitment agency Dunleavy White has picked up a case of champagne after being named the winner of beTravelwise’s ‘Orange Doorwedge’ competition, which ran during this year’s Business Travel Show. The travel safety training specialist invited show delegates to submit photographs of novel uses of its signature orange doorwedges, which the company […]

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Do your employees know how to respond to a crisis?

01 Apr 2016

A lot of organisations have a robust procedure to help their employees after a crisis through their internal teams, insurance or assistance companies.  However most of these systems rely on the employee being in a safe place to activate their support; how confident are you that they know what to do during and immediately after […]

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Vigilance when travelling is your best defence against most risks

21 Mar 2016

Another bomb went off in Istanbul on Saturday and unfortunately this is unlikely to be the last.  Business travel (and tourism) will continue nonetheless, so how do we arm travellers with the knowledge to keep themselves safe? There are courses and modules that cover nearly every risk they may face, but the education process would […]

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Why Travel Safety Training For Employees Is Increasingly Important

26 Jan 2016

In the aftermath of the Paris terror attacks, the subsequent Brussels lock down and travel warning issued by the US Government, any manager with responsibility for travellers should rightly question the risks employees may be exposed to and review what support they need to help keep them safe. Many managers may find it difficult to determine what the real risk is versus people’s perception of risk and how do you protect against the former and relieve the latter?

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Top 5 security considerations for business travellers

02 Dec 2015

While attacks such as the tragedy in Paris may be rare, they can happen to anyone, at any time, so knowing where your staff are when major incidents happen is vital. With the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, the subsequent Brussels lockdown, and the US Government travel advisory, security considerations for business travel is a hot topic. ‘Terror’ is designed to create fear, especially fear of carrying out everyday activities, but do recent events significantly change the security environment for business travel?

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