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The world can feel like a dangerous place. Whether it’s a deadly kidnapping in Nigeria, an abduction in Mexico, or a hostage-taking in Brazil, the political unrest and high-profile kidnappings that occupy front page news make it easy to feel vulnerable when traveling. It’s also compelling many business leaders to consider executive protection. When planning […]
You’re running late for a flight and stuck in a long security line. You’re juggling bags, laptops and liquids. And you have to get your shoes off…and your kids’, too. You look with longing at the passengers breezing through the trusted traveler line, shoes on, laptops in their bags, and no tiny laces to tie up. It seems too good to be true. Can one really access such unbridled security line freedom?
The FIFA 2022 World Cup event in Qatar will have special international entry requirements for travelers including a Hayya Card. Getting there by air may be a challenge since Qatar Airways flight status will be optimized for the event. To assist travelers, Global Rescue released the “FIFA World Cup 2022 Risk Assessment.”
You’re out in the backcountry, enjoying your time off the grid. But an emergency occurs and you need to use your two-way communications device to contact Global Rescue. What do you say? Harding Bush, operations manager at Global Rescue, outlines the information rescue professionals need.
The world is more complicated than ever. The risks of travel seem bigger and more likely. Global Rescue can help your business navigate this new terrain of travel risk to keep your employees safe, protect your reputation, and meet your bottom line.
Hopefully, as a backcountry adventurer, you are already familiar with satellite phonesand know how to use them to activate rescue services. If not, Global Rescue Security Operations Manager Harding Bush provides a quick primer on setting up two-way communication.
A few seemingly weird things that are illegal in parts of the world: camo attire in the Caribbean, chewing gum in Singapore, swearing in public in the U.A.E.It’s true:All are banned in the aforementioned countries…and some punishable with jail time. A Global Rescue security expert fills us in on a handful of unusual laws and illegal items so you are in the know before you go.
After three years of show-stopping, re-orienting global events, companies have zeroed in on risk management in an effort to protect employees and preserve business in a time of sustained uncertainty. Here are the four crucial policies every risk manager needs.
What’s the most dangerous activity for any traveler? Driving. If you plan to rent a car, the risk could multiply if you aren’t familiar with the vehicle, the local roads or the traffic laws. Here are some driving safety tips from Global Rescue travel expert, Harding Bush.
The weather provided one of the safest and busiest spring Himalayan climbing seasons on record. Global Rescue climbing experts and our Safe Travel partners provide a roundup of records and rescues for 2022.