When you’re doing business around the globe, it’s important to consider the health and safety of your traveling employees. While health remains a foremost concern following the apex of the COVID-19 pandemic, business travel can present risks as unique and as numerous as the cultures, politics, and geographies of the world.
Whether heading to a sales call or a week-long conference; or traveling to a developing nation or offshore drilling rig, today’s traveling employees face numerous dangers. Threats can come from a disease outbreak, a pickpocket, or a pipe bomb; from a riot that prevents access to transportation; or from a major hurricane that cuts off access to clean drinking water.
Here are some facts about evolving global travel risks and how to help prepare your employees:
Business travelers face myriad hazards, from minor inconveniences such as canceled flights to life-threatening natural disasters and diseases. Here are key travel risks to be aware of:
Follow the steps below to mitigate travel risks:
Chubb combines the ability to write policies in more than 200 countries and territories with tools and services that help you mitigate travel risks and respond to incidents, including:
Chubb’s travel insurance solutions can even enable your business to extend coverage when employees travel with family members or combine leisure with business travel. Ask your broker and agent about multinational strategies that combine Business Travel Accident and other coverages, such as Employer’s Responsibility coverage.
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