Government Embassies And Consulates- What Can They Do To Assist And What Can They Not? Expectations Versus Reality
PANEL SESSION- Understanding The Response Process Used By Medical Assistance Providers In General And Remote Travel
• Regions without basic emergency services
• Case studies
• Occupational health risks in developed versus undeveloped countries
• How must the traditional assistance industry evolve to meet changing travel patterns and risks?
• Travel health risk management – issues around risk ownership with multiple stakeholders
PANEL SESSION – Do Your Insurance Products Still Meet Your Risk Profile? How Are Insurance Industry Products Evolving To Meet A Changing Risk Landscape?
Screening Third Parties – Do You Know Who You Are Working With?
• Expectations towards local providers
• Vetting local providers (transportation, guarding, advisors, incident response)
• Pitfalls in the use of local providers with real life examples
• Recommendations for vetting and improving cooperation with local providers.
What Current And Emerging Travel Tracking Technology Can Assist Organisations During A Crisis?
• Understanding your corporate appetite for tracking employees- what is mandatory, optional and off limits?
• Issues around legitimately implementing a tracking system
• Predicting Traveler needs through artificial intelligence and chat bots
• Capability of the latest apps and platforms.
• Tracking devices-can you get hacked and tracked by criminals or is this a myth?
• What technology is available where there is no cellular or standard telephony service?
• Are travellers and companies vulnerable to becoming over reliant on the assurances that technology provides?