Tag Archives: Student Travel Security

Travelers Self for Taxi in Ground Transportation | ExploreSecure®

By | May 3, 2021

The next option is a taxi but how reliable or safe is the cab you are about to get into? The standards vary massively between locations. It is imperative to do research. For example, a taxi in London is comparatively safer than a taxi in Mexico. Why? Primarily due to increased licensing and checks imposed on drivers in… Read More »

Travel Security Training and Travel Risk Management Program

By | April 19, 2021

Travel security training is one of the key components of a secure travel risk management program. We provide travellers with the skills and knowledge to take ownership of their personal safety. Please visit www.exploresecure.com to learn more about how we can help you stay safe in new environments. Please read the originial post here: https://exploresecure.com/improvised-weapons-know-when-to-fight-and-when-not-to-resist/

What Exactly is a Rip Current?

By | April 12, 2021

At ExploreSecure® the first piece of advice we always offer is to always research the area you are going to swim in. Rip tides will be common to certain areas and Google is a great tool, but nothing beats speaking to locals, especially the lifeguards if there are any. Don’t ever hesitate to go and speak to locals,… Read More »

How Can I Minimize These Risks? | ExploreSecure®

By | April 5, 2021

It is not just identification of risks that’s important. Learning how to react accordingly is vital. Professionals in all industries train constantly for what may happen; it should be the same for emergency preparedness when traveling. Consider taking a travel safety course. Our web-based travel safety E-learning course specifically designed for student travelers. Please read the originial post… Read More »

ExploreSecure® Provide Online Travel Safety for Travelers

By | March 30, 2021

At ExploreSecure® we are dedicated to broadening the discussion on travel safety for all travelers across the globe. We have developed our briefings and guidance based upon years of travel safety experience and engaging with leading security professionals, overseas embassies and consulates, and of course – the travelers themselves. We are firm believers that by taking sensible measures… Read More »

Travel Safety Training And Traveling In Japan

By | March 8, 2021

When you first meet, or say goodbye, a simple bow of the head downwards will normally suffice as a respectful acknowledgment, but do remember to look downward and not at your opposite number as you bow, this is simply demonstrating that you trust them. When giving or receiving business cards or gifts, use two hands to offer or… Read More »