Countries Palestinian Territories, Israel Categories Security Unrest Conflict The Clash Seven Hamas elements and one Israeli officer have been confirmed dead, following a clash emanating from an Israel Defence Force (IDF) covert operation inside the Gaza Strip, during the night of Sunday, 11 November. The operation was conducted in the Bani Suheila area of Khan […]
Moderate Spain: Fatalities Reported after Ship Attempts to Cross Into Spain from North Africa According to local news sources on Tuesday, 6 November, at least 17 migrants have been found dead with more than a 100 others having to be rescued after migrant ships attempted to cross into Spain. The fatalities were discovered after rescue workers […]
Moderate South Africa: Fatalities in Ongoing Wildfire near George, Western Cape Officials on Tuesday, 30 October have reported that at least seven people have been killed in an ongoing blaze along the popular tourist stretch known as the Garden Route in Western Cape. A pregnant woman, two toddlers and a baby are reported to be among […]
Our experts have ranked each country in the world from least to most risky. Find out which destinations offer more threats to you and your travellers now. Whether you’re a business traveller or someone heading abroad on holiday, one of the major concerns you’ll have is “will I be safe?”. To help you answer that question, our experts have rated the levels of risk present in each and every country across the globe. Take a look below to discover which are the most dangerous countries to travel to in 2019.
Drum Cussac’s Arthur Michelino takes a closer look at the challenges to organisational continuity in the oil industry in the face of political and social unrest, with a particular focus on the Iraqi protests of summer 2018.
This week’s weekly risk round-up, keeping you up-to-date with global events.
Your risk round-up for the past week.
Supporting your LGBTQ+ business travellers is an integral part of fulfilling your duty of care responsibilities. Therefore, staying up to date with changing laws and regional attitudes is essential in order to guarantee their safety and wellbeing.
Business travel accounts for $1.3 trillion of global spending annually meaning more organisations are sending employees abroad. Organisations have a duty to ensure precautions are put in place to keep their business travellers safe, and in particular more vulnerable travellers, such as female travellers. With 70% of corporate travel buyers agreeing that female business travellers today face higher travel safety risks, it is clear that extra support needs to be provided to female employees to prepare them for their trip.
Your weekly travel risk round-up by Drum Cussac.