Travel safety is becoming more of a main stream issue with savvy operational risk managers. In fact, the likes of some new firms are emerging by former FBI or other law enforcement heavy weights. The fact is, most of these so called travel safety courses are being taught from only one side of the equation.
Today, CSOs are often tasked with building their company's corporate travel safety programs. The job calls for a proactive approach to educate employees about precautions they can take to stay safe, whether they're the CEOs of multibillion-dollar conglomerates who fly on company jets that land on secured tarmacs or rank-and-file staff riding in commercial airline coach.
Business has to be done in some of the most dangerous places on the planet, even when it comes to being exposed to kidnapping, terrorism and corrupt governments. Our advice is to make sure your instructor transfers skills to people on "how" to detect, deter and defend against the attackers. Not just the "What to do".
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