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JAN 2019: Travel Safety World Map: High Risk Countries (RED) should be avoided whenever possible. Safest Countries highlighted in  GREEN

Travel Security

Wether you are travelling on business or holiday security measures should be considered for your safety and protection so that you can relax and enjoy the experience.  Major organisations across the Globe have started to extend their duty of care to workers and their families who are traveling or working abroad,  putting in place robust health, safety and security planning to safeguard their welfare. Whichever country you are visiting PROTECT Security Consultancy can help identify any potential threats advising on security and safety measures to mitgate against any dangers.

PLACES TO AVOID - Of the top 50 most dangerous cities in the world  (2017) 43 are in South America including 19 in Brazil, 8 in Mexico and 7 in Venezuala. St Louis (USA) was ranked 14th with tourist destinations: Cape Town (South Africa) was 13th, Acapulco (Mexico) was 2nd and the most dangerous was the capital of Venezuala, Caracas.

If you are you travelling to the UK or Europe  on business or vacation, do not fail  to plan your visit carefully and travel safely. There are security risks involved with traveling abroad to major cities as recent terrorist incidents in the UK and Europe have highlighted. If you have concerns regarding your journey PROTECT Security Consultancy can advise you with your planning to help mitigate against any potential threats. The terrorist attacks across  Europe have highlighted how vulnerable we can become in such a short space of time.

Protect Security Consultancy can also advise on security planning for your home or business while you are away on your trip, to ensure you do not return to any unwelcome surprises.

Security  Travel Tips:

1.  Arriving at an airport - move into the secure airside at the earliest opportunity
2.  Hotel Key Cards - can contain personal information including credt card details, never hand    them in at reception when you depart.
3.  Carry written copies of emergency/ important numbers (relatives, passport, bank) incase you loose your phone/ computer.
4.  Business Travel - Company Laptops if required should be substituted for basic/ non network sterile devices by your IT Security team.
5.  The majority of Electronic Room Safes in hotels will have an overide device (key or code) Be wary what you leave for 'safe keeping'.
6. Bank Card scimming is increasing with the use of 'PAY TAP' technology. Taxis in major cities have been found to be reponsible. Try to agree a price for a journey and pay with cash where possible
7. Inform your Bank of your journey, before travel so you can use your Bank cards without getting them frozen during your travels.