August 05

Remain Vigilant and Be Pro-Active | Explore Secure

When using overland transportation listening to mu [...]

When using overland transportation listening to music and interacting on your phone helps to make the journey a little more pleasant for female travel safety, however, this reduces your awareness and can cause distractions Travel Safety. If you are traveling with a ride share company and decide not to follow your route, you may not see the early warning signs. For example, no traffic on the main route but your driver turns down a side street, or maybe takes you a different direction insisting they know a faster route. If you’re not paying full attention you may miss the signs. Remain alert to your driver’s behavior and recognize if their mannerisms change during your transit, do they keep checking their phone, do they stop for longer than necessary when at a junction.

July 20

Pre-Planning From Bomb Attacks and Bombing Incidents

Becoming caught up in a terrorist incident involvi [...]

Improvised explosive device (IED) A device made or placed in an improvised way that incorporates destructive, lethal, noxious, pyrotechnic or incendiary chemicals and is designed to destroy, incapacitate, harass or distract.Identifying and assessing suspicious objects or activity Identifying suspicious activity is not an exact science. Nervous behavior that appears suspicious in certain circumstances, for example in a shopping Centre or food court, may be typical for other settings, such as about to have a job interview or an examination in college.If you see an item such as a backpack or box discarded in a position that is deemed suspicious immediately remove yourself from the immediate location and call the emergency services trying to provide travel safety exact information on its location and description. If feasible warn those around you to its location. Do not touch or move the item as certain IEDs have devices triggered by movement, may be unstable, or on a visual trigger.

July 06

Online Travel and Personal Safety Training

Make Travel Safety your #1 priority and learn how [...]

The briefings provide corporates and organizations of any size the capability to deliver travel safety training across the workforce or student populations. If organizations can get their people to complete a course on the plane heading to a destination, the completion rate will increase drastically” Said Ed Hill Chief Operating Officer of ETS Risk Management, a Global Security company that produced the travel safety briefings. “Then the system logs who has completed it, leaving an auditable trail for human resources or security managers responsible for large numbers of travelers.