Business travel is unpredictable. The safety and security of your people shouldn’t be.
When a natural disaster occurs or a security issue arises, having visibility into the problem and the tools you need to reach your travelers is paramount.
Duty of care falls on your shoulders — we know you’re obligated to protect the health and safety of your employees, whether they’re in the office or on the road. On top of that, they’re also your business’ biggest investment and most valuable asset — and are key to keeping your business functioning.
We can help you make sure your travelers don’t feel vulnerable. Let us help you help them with our travel risk management suite.
Administrators have access to an up-to-date map of global events that could impact travel. They can then directly contact travelers who may be affected.
Reduce travel risk by limiting the number of travelers allowed on the same flight. You can set this up as part of your travel policy.
Prevent travel to locations you’ve determined represent an unacceptable risk for your organization.
Travelers receive proactive alerts if something happens that could disrupt their travel.
Travel and security managers have the ability to track travelers globally. They have visibility into bookings and the ability to know.
Egencia partners with leading duty of care providers, providing world-class solutions for our customers and their travelers.
Our Traveler Tracker is your central hub to monitor incident zones and locate travelers quickly.
We know that with any urgent situation, a fast response is needed. With just a few clicks, you can select a specific zone on a global map to get a report on which travelers’ booking data indicates they may be impacted.
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