When getting ready for travel, it's important to be prepared for the trip ahead. This includes understanding the rules and regulations of your destination, anything you might need to bring on your trip that wasn’t necessary before and of course, having a strong duty of care program in place.
Duty of Care
At Corporate Traveller, we offer a variety of tools to keep travellers safe and sound when on the road. These include our mobile app Sam, our travel risk management solution Secure and Shep's emergency notification technology. Find out more about how our people and technology integrate seamlessly to deliver the best duty of care possible.
Now more than ever, it is is important to be well prepared before embarking on a trip. Not only must you know what to prepare for in terms getting informed about your destination and having the required documents, you must also be prepared for the rules and regulations put in place by each airline and airport. Use these checklists as a guide.
A Roadmap to Business Travel During COVID-19
While travel as we know it has changed for the foreseeable future, the value of business travel and face-to-face meetings has not. Each week we are noticing an increasing appetite for business travel, so we have provided a roadmap of what travelling for your next business trip will look like, with some suggestions on how to stay safe and healthy.
With Canada's borders closed, a restrictive list of countries you can fly to and a 14 day quarantine upon your return, inter-provincial business travel is on the rise. Luckily, Canada is a vast country and travellers have the ability to drive, fly or take the train should travel be required. Within Canada, there are still certain restrictions when travelling between provinces, use these links to find out more: