Travel Safe/Stay Safe

A take-along safety & security briefing for every traveler
Let’s Be Careful Out There: Everyone in the travel value chain –companies, travel managers and travelers – has a part to play in duty of care

According to a recently-released survey from SAP Concur, nearly one third (31 percent) of business travelers prioritize their own safety as the most important factor when taking a business trip, yet over half (54 percent) believe safety is not their companies’ top priority.

Among the 7,850 business travelers surveyed globally, both men and women expressed concerns about personal safety while on the road. Among all respondents, more than half (52 percent) cite travel safety as the most valuable training their company could provide.

But for female travelers, the risks are particularly acute; more than three in four female business travelers report having suffered harassment while traveling. Consider having your organization’s travel program include practical steps to focus specifically on duty of care for your women travelers. Among these guidelines, Christopherson Business Travel advises:

Duty of Care and Risk Management

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