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Companies can reshape journey management programs for maximum security in high-risk areas

It is important to fully understand the risks and hazards that can endanger personnel traveling in high-risk areas. While most companies have a corporate journey management plan, their programs often lack the specific details of a region’s threats, said Stan Ayscue, Country Manager for Strategic Projects at Protection Group International. Speaking at the IADC HSE&T Conference in Houston, Mr Ayscue urged the industry to change its approach to journey management and to consider region-specific factors such as the geopolitical climate; major dates such as holidays; and medical issues such as a disease outbreak. In this video from the event on 6 February, he describes the common shortcomings of corporate journey management plans and discusses how companies can train their staff to make informed decisions about their personal security when traveling in high-risk areas.

 

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