- Comprehensible introduction to all important aspects of travel safety
- Concrete instructions for the preparation of the trip
- Clear insights into possible dangers and how to avoid them
- Examples that clearly demonstrate problems on business trips and their solutions
- Solid knowledge about the return transport in case they fall ill on the way
- Reliable tips to be on the road safely at all times More info
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Introduction to travel safety: Safe on business trips
Business travel is an essential part of everyday work for many companies and employees. But in addition to the business aspects, it's equally important to keep safety in mind while traveling. Here are some safety hints and tips to keep in mind when planning and conducting business travel.
Safety tips: Identify and minimize risks
Before embarking on a business trip, it is important to identify potential risks and hazards at the destination. These include, for example, political instability, increased crime or health risks. Find out about the latest travel advice and recommendations from the German Foreign Office or similar institutions to stay up to date.
Travel safety tips: preparation is everything
Careful preparation is the key to travel safety. Create a detailed travel itinerary and share it with colleagues so that someone is aware of your whereabouts in case of an emergency. Check your travel insurance and make sure you have appropriate medical coverage. In addition, always carry copies of important documents such as passports and insurance policies and keep them separate from the originals.