February 15

Identification Of An Immediate Threat From A VB/BBIED Explosion

What would you do if someone walks/runs into an es [...]


What would you do if someone walks/runs into an establishment such as a restaurant or airport and shouts Allah Aqaba, or a vehicle drives into a barricade or through a location and it is assessed that an explosion is imminent. It is important to know the difference between cover and concealment. To obtain cover from an imminent explosion search for solid cement or brick walls/pillars or other significant solid structures. Travel Security Get as low as possible and preferably lying down with your feet aimed at the site of the imminent explosion, feet and legs close together and your arms and hands protecting your head and face. If no significant cover is available get as low as possible – use the drop between the sidewalk and the road, behind vehicles or anything between you and the potential blast. Anytime you have to increase distance from you and the explosion, utilize it and move fast but stay low – crawling if necessary.


December 28

Travel Safety & Security Awareness Training

There may be many ways to improve travel security [...]


There may be many ways to improve travel security and safety overseas, but few offer the great combination of benefits that online courses do. Before embarking on any international trip, whether it's to South America for business or Europe for a study abroad program, or anywhere else for any other reason, protect yourself with online training courses.


November 19

Remain Vigilant and Be Pro-Active | Explore Secure

Road Traffic Collisions (RTC) is happening more fr [...]


Road Traffic Collisions (RTC) is happening more frequently and is the number one cause of death to travellers worldwide Travel Safety Elearning. A study by the World Health Organization (WHO) identified on average 1.35 million people annually is losing their lives due to RTCs. A long time ago the UK Police changed their terminology from Road Traffic Accident (RTA) to RTC because there is no such thing as a Road Traffic ‘Accident’ – there is always a cause or blame to assign.


October 27

Is The Safest Place To Sit In A Rideshare?

ExploreSecure offers two online travel safety trai [...]


ExploreSecure offers two Online Travel Safety Training courses, including one for businesses and one for students. Their new e-learning courses for safe travel are currently being offered with a limited-time.

The online courses from ETS are designed to be interactive, user-friendly and highly instructional, with the best need to know travel security awareness tips provided from highly experienced professionals. Visit ExploreSecure.com to sign up today, or learn more about the company's additional travel security services.


September 28

Is The Safest Place To Sit In A Ridesharing?

The exclusive travel security classes can be compl [...]


The exclusive Travel Security classes can be completed within 45 minutes – providing the traveler peace of mind that they know what do should the worst case happen and providing their employer or faculty assurance that they have met their duty of care requirement to best prepare the traveler.


September 01

Improvised Weapons Are Effective | Explore Secure

The London Bridge attack proved that improvised we [...]


The London Bridge attack proved that improvised weapons can be effective against knife crime. Reacting quickly and using whatever means necessary to eliminate the threat worked well in this incident Travel Safety. The use of a fire extinguisher, a wooden lectern and a whale tusk helped to distract and defend against the attacker until the police arrived. These individuals had no other option but to fight, they were willing to risk their lives for the safety of others. What’s available to you will depend on your location. For example, if you are in a bar or restaurant, or within the vicinity of one, using high-chairs or bar stools will provide a safe distance between you and the attacker whilst forcing them in the opposite direction.


August 24

ELearning Travel Security & Safety Training | Explore Secure

Visit ExploreSecure to learn more about improving [...]


Visit Explore Secure to learn more about improving your travel risk management Business Travel Safety. Our eLearning travel safeties are designed by security professionals with extensive experience in personal safety and surviving in challenging environments. An organization sending employees, students, or volunteers abroad has a legal and moral duty of care for their personal safety. Transporting employees through ride sharing companies and/or unregulated taxis increases the level of risk for the employees and heightens the corporate liability of employers.


August 17

Zika Cases Increase Across SE Asia

Zika infections are “highly likely” to keep spread [...]

Zika infections are “highly likely” to keep spreading in Asia Travel security training, the World Health Organization has warned. Hundreds of cases of the virus have been reported in Singapore while two cases of Zika-linked micro cephalic have already been confirmed in Thailand. Across the region increased numbers of cases have been reported many including pregnant women. Thailand and Singapore have reported the most cases – but Malaysia, Vietnam and the Philippines have also reported cases. The US Communicable Disease Center now advises that: “Zika virus has been present in areas of Southeast Asia for many years, and several countries have reported occasional cases or small outbreaks of Zika virus infections.

July 27

Top 10 Tips For Water Safety - Explore Secure

How cold is the water you are entering? As with a [...]

 How cold is the water you are entering? As with alcohol Travel Safety Training, the cold can seriously affect your ability to think rationally, it can sap your strength extremely quickly and you lose your fine and gross motor skills. A recent study has suggested that with the water temperature at 32.5 F/0.3C, an average person will only remain conscious for 15 minutes. The water may not be too cold initially; however the duration that you are in that water for can still sap body heat over a period of time. Think about how long you will be in the water for.

June 12

Travel Risk Management & Elearning Security Training

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Travel safety elearning is one of the key components to a robust travel risk management program. An organization can now empower travelers with the skills and knowledge to manage and mitigate risk.


May 30

Safety Tips for Solo Travelers Going out At Night

Crime, natural disasters, health issues and political instability are all things to consider. Though further research can provide more specific and current issues such as date rape drugs being utilized or a spate of recent muggings in certain locations. Time spent planning and preparing is never wasted. Don’t just look at the country but specifically at where you will be, region, city and town. With knowledge comes power. Travel Safety Elearning

May 14

Ways to keep Employees Safe While Travelling » ELearning Travel Security & Safety Training | Explore Secure

Back in 2012 when we designed our first travel sec [...]

Ways to keep Employees Safe While Travelling

Back in 2012 when we designed our first travel security course our target market was Gap Year Travelers, primarily young students heading away for prolonged durations. It soon transpired through a broader client reach-out that there was a significant demand for travel security training for a range of other groups. We were being approached by Business Leaders, HR managers, NGOs, and Fortune 500 Chief Security Officers. The market had realized one core truth about Travel Risk Management that individual travelers need the tools and training to help make informed decisions and manage their own risk. We set about developing our training based around the premise that ‘Identifying threats early to avoid the danger is absolutely key.

The word ‘Explore’ initially has connotations with adventure travel, or expeditions in remote regions. To us it means Exploring Business, Exploring new markets, or exploring opportunities. Whether a Business traveler, an energy sector worker, a student on gap-year, or a charity worker; to Explore Secure means carrying out your job, work, or passion securely and then returning home safe and sound. Our mission at ExploreSecure® is to help make that happen. We are dedicated to the safety and security of all travellers.

Whatever you and your team are exploring, the Female Travel Safety training from the ExploreSecure® team provides groups and organizations an effective and user-friendly system of delivering the skills and knowledge of how to mitigate and manage risk.

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Travel security training is one of the key components of a secure travel risk management program. We provide travelers with the skills and knowledge to take ownership of their personal safety.

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April 09

Tips on How Women Can Stay Safe When Traveling Alone


The biggest risks to travelers in foreign countries are vehicular accident. Even when on a bus, wear a seatbelt. There are many other risks related with transportation. Buses, trains, boats, rickshaws, mopeds all have a huge list of inherent risks associated to their use. Research and prepare, but whatever you do always wear that seatbelt. Never take chances with overland travel safety training– it is the threat most likely to kill you!!


March 26

How Can I Stay Safe While Traveling Alone? - Travel Security News

Traveling solo as a female is both courageous and [...]

Traveling solo as a female is both courageous and inspirational, unfortunately, like most adventures in life, it comes with certain risks. This should not deter the devoted enthusiast or curious beginner; it just means being aware of the threats and knowing ways to avoid or reduce them. One of the key things I learned during my time in the military was ‘knowledge is power’.


As a female traveller you are more likely than a male counterpart to be targeted for either criminal intent or sexual attack. Preparation and working to avoid the threats to minimize danger is key as part of a pro-active strategy.

How do you become less of a target? Travel light and only pack essential valuables. Think about the country you intend to visit, is it conservative? Wear appropriate clothing and always try to blend into the local environment. Be sensible about the times you walk alone, look confident and pay attention to your surroundings.

Consider your location, memorise different routes/access points to and from your hotel. This gives you options if you think you are being followed. Never take the quiet shorter route, always stick to the main busier streets even if this means adding an extra 15 minutes to your walk. The most important aspect of female travel safety is situational awareness working in conjunction with local knowledge and research

Situational awareness is being aware of your surroundings and understanding potential threats that may compromise your physical security and safety. The statement below sourced from this article is from a traveller that fell victim to opportunistic crime and highlights a lack of situational awareness:

“Iceland is ranked as ‘the safest country in the world’ by the Global Peace Index…Because Iceland feels so safe, my mindset was very laidback and I got lazy with taking notice of my surroundings”

Never become complacent and always be aware of your surroundings. When a country is considered ‘safe’ this does not mean the local opportunist won’t try their luck. In this incident, the individual made herself an easy target by dropping her guard. She had her phone and camera stolen, thankfully she was not on her own, if she had been, losing her phone would be losing her lifeline. Be vigilant at all times and start thinking about what target you present to potential hostiles.

If you want to know more about personal safety when traveling, the travel safety e-learning courses are designed by security professionals with extensive experience in Counter-Terrorism and personal safety. Our team stems from specialist backgrounds including the UK Government and Special-Forces and our coveted system focuses on pro-active avoidance measures.

Our courses include the following modules:

No one should leave home without knowing exactly what they are getting into. Research the country/city you intend to visit, gain as much information as possible about their laws, culture and the local environment.

When searching for accommodation, ensure you identify the tourist areas using Google or other sources, tourist locations tend to have a higher police presence, less reported crime and, often, easier access to safer transportation.

As a female traveller, research whether the location has a history of incidents targeting women, or anything that could negatively impact them. For example, if traveling to India, research would indicate that there have been multiple incidents of female travellers being harassed or assaulted. Some great resources for information are travel guides e.g. lonely planet or travel forums (this article has some suggestions)

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January 02

Travel Security Services In ExploreSecur

As a private user of rideshare services there are multiple things you can do to help improve travel safety. Click here to read our article on how to increase your safety when using rideshare services.Organization should have a robust journey management and overland transportation plan for its travellers.