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Last week, the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) published its new global standard for travel risk management: ISO 31030. This is currently the only globally approved, universally recognised travel risk management standard. But what exactly is ISO 31030 and how will it affect corporations and...

Operation Pitting, the largest evacuation since the Second World War, oversaw taking 15,000 people from Afghanistan, including more than 2,200 children to the UK. Many arrivals found themselves in the UK with very few belongings, often no more than the clothes on their backs....

Today is the day International Serviced Accommodation Accreditation Process (ISAAP) officially joins the Global Secure Accreditation (GSA) family, uniting serviced apartment and hotel accreditation in a one stop shop for the first time....

This one-day virtual programme will help travel and procurement professionals explore travel risk management in the context of the upcoming ISO 31030 guidelines, giving them the tools and confidence to create or update a robust system within their organisation. The course, led by travel risk...

I recently shared insights on addressing gaps in hotel security as safety rightly becomes a top priority. While hotel security presents a significant opportunity for improvement in our industry, every element of a trip presents risks that travel managers must consider, and where appropriate...

Duty of care is top of mind in the travel industry, with safety and security topping the list of priorities for travel managers and a growing number of corporations. Similarly, travelers are becoming more focused on ensuring they remain safe in our increasingly global and...