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80% Of Travellers Have Perceived A Threat To Their Personal Safety While Abroad*

  • 80% of travellers have at some point perceived a threat to their personal safety while abroad1, however less than half of organisations provide any personal security training 2.
  • Only 23% consider road conditions before travel abroad 1; despite road accidents being one of the most common dangers to travellers3.
  • 71% of senior executive travellers experience medical concerns abroad, many issues are preventable.2

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Jelf International Urges Employers To Communicate Advice For Those Planning Travel To Zika-Affected Areas

Jelf International is urging UK employers operating in Zika-affected areas of South America to communicate advice to their employees regarding their travel plans, particularly for those that are pregnant or planning to become pregnant. While there has been a lot of publicity and advice for independent travellers, the company is keen that employers play their part in ensuring the advice is passed on to their employees.

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