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  • 30
    Nov

    Business & VIP Travel Safety in China

    While a lot of travel security and safety advice is generic in nature, different locations often have specific conditions that make them worthy of special mention. Our area of expertise is the Asia-Pacific region and we’ll be discussing several different countries in this area in the coming weeks.

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  • Business Travelers’ Ground Travel and Post Travel Checklist
    24
    Nov

    Business Travelers’ Ground Travel and Post Travel Checklist

    In our last post we ran through the essentials that business travelers should cover before setting out on a journey. In this post, we run through the safety and security essentials for the “during" and "after/post journey" phase of your travels" The content here is much less than that within the pre- travel section, which highlights the value in being prepared. If you spend some time in planning your journey and preparare before departing, then your travels will be safer. In the event that a risk presents itself, then you’ll be in a better position to respond to it. You can also hear us discuss this part of the checklist on The Wheels Up Podcast and download our pdf of the infographic and checklist at the bottom of this page.

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    23
    Nov

    Securing Australia's Commonwealth Games on The Gold Coast – Lessons from Rio

    Security of the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast warrant close attention. Thus far, Australia appears to be prudently attending to these risks. Queensland Police and State Government have established Project Unite, a community safety campaign designed to deter, detect and disrupt criminal and terrorist activity prior to, during and after the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

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  • Business Travelers’ Essential Pre-Departure Travel and Security Checklist
    09
    Nov

    Business Travelers’ Essential Pre-Departure Travel and Security Checklist

    For seasoned business travellers the notion of safety and security while travelling may seem like an unnecessary concern. Safety demonstrations by flight attendants are for the benefit of ‘others’ and, beyond that, all you need to worry about is keeping your belongings safe. Perhaps not.

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    02
    Nov

    Australia’s new Airport Security Measures - What it means for travellers and airport workers alike

    Australian airport security is recently facing strong pressure to change from two different angles: the extensive terror plot this summer and the US’s tighter security requirements. The terror attempt in August, involving an elaborate explosives scheme, has stirred up debate over transportation security among Australian politicians and government officials.

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    24
    Oct

    Risk Assessment vs. Risk Mitigation: What’s the Difference, How Will it Affect my Travel Plans?

    Despite the unprecedented speed and ease with which we can travel from point A to point B, there is a perception, by some, of growing travel risk. While there are risks, it is wrong to assume that one is simply at the mercy of the unknown and there is little to be done about it. Risk management can go a long way. Tapping a travel risk professional to help you do this can be a wise decision.

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  • 18
    Oct

    Terrorism in Southeast Asia

    There is little question that the rise of IS has dramatically changed the security landscape in Southeast Asia. This is particularly interesting considering the diverse political and social landscapes in the region. Nonetheless, the threat of terrorism in the region is not new and continues to mutate and evolve. Thus, authorities’ adaptability and innovation is critical to countering such an evolving threat.

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  • 06
    Oct

    Security for Australia’s Former Prime Ministers

    The assault on Tony Abbot from a campaigner brings our attention to the question of security for Australia’s former Prime Ministers. Currently, they are not provided with permanent executive protection / close personal protection/security details.

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