With the rising tensions in the Korean peninsula, governments such as Japan’s and the US’s have not left anything to chance by investing heavily in practicing the evacuation of their citizens in the event war. This is a smart move, considering the chaos, confusion, and sometimes panic that often accompany such events. Every organization that employs people in Korea and adjacent countries that may become a war zone with little or no warning should also take proactive steps to ensure the smoothest and safest evacuation of its employees, if and when necessary.
Some organizations employ the services of professional executive protection (EP) companies. Such outfits have, most likely, already taken steps to prepare their clients by ensuring proper protocols are in place for coordination with internal and external resources, and emergency communication with their clients.
Here are a few common sense guidelines for surviving the eruption of hostilities while you’re in a foreign land:
The two most important things to remember when preparing for emergency evacuation are planning and awareness.
There are several stages to an evacuation process:
Remember, you may get only one chance to get yourself out of harm’s way; the more you leave to chance, the less chance at survival you may have.
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With more organizations operating internationally, there is a greater need for staff to travel overseas. This brings with it a series of risks to the traveler and the organization if things go wrong.
Based on years of experience supporting individuals and organizations around the world, TAL Global will provide advice and guidance on how to minimize the risks faced while traveling internationally.
The presentation will cover:
Date: December 6, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM PST / 1:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Presenter: Mr. Johnathan Tal