Duty of Care

E-travel-Advisories

E-travel-Advisories

E-Travel Tracker

E-travel-Tracker

E-travel-Tracker

Duty of Care

Single Point-of-Contact

Single Point-of-Contact

Duty of Care

A managed travel program isn’t just about cost management; it’s also about your organization providing the required duty of care for your travelling employees. Managed travel programs can help you keep track of where your employees are, while staying on top of emerging risks.

Through policy enforcement, advice, alerts and monitoring, we help ensure safer, more secure travel for your employees. Our E-travel tracker technology is designed for compliance with duty of care responsibility and liability protection, such as:

•Ability to easily locate and contact travelers at risk
•Dashboard provides travel, security and other management tools with a single snapshot of alerts that displays at risk employees
•Includes contact information for travellers affected by a specific alert

During a natural disaster or crisis beyond our control, we will assign a single point of contact and be accessible 24/7 to assist with activities such as confirming traveller lists, calling travellers to confirm safety or accommodate flight changes, when required, and/or oversee the operations team to ensure the situation is handled appropriately.

Part of duty of care also revolves around ensuring your travellers are prepared and know what to expect when travelling abroad. Our E-Travel Advisories provide information on 30 categories travellers need to know before they travel, for example:

•Entry Requirements (Visa, Passport)
•Travel Alerts (Protests, Natural Disasters, Strikes, etc.)
•Health &Medical Requirements
•Embassy/Consulate Contact Info
•Local Laws, Customs
•How To Call Canada
•Climate Information
•Currency
•Electricity
•Public Holidays
•Driving Regulations
•Business/Banking Hours
•Shopping
•Tipping
•Local Cuisine