The tragic attacks that have unfolded in Brussels, Belgium, are yet another unfortunate reality of the threats posed universally to all as well as to business travelers,
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 22, 2016
IMG GlobalSecur, a top firm in the international business travel security consulting space, has issued a travel advisory bulletin on the recent Brussels attack and bombings. With estimates of at least thirty one killed and nearly two hundred injured in the Brussels attacks, the company's GlobalSecur system is issuing alerts focused on the needs and vulnerabilities of business travelers in Belgium. In addition, the alerts are valuable to companies with employees overseas in Europe.
"The tragic attacks that have unfolded in Brussels, Belgium, are yet another unfortunate reality of the threats posed universally to all as well as to business travelers," explained Chris Hagon, CEO of IMG GlobalSecur. "Our business travel advisory in light of the Brussels attacks and bombing is a first step towards advising clients and the business traveling public as to common sense actions to take in this heightened security environment."
To read the full business travel advisory on the Brussels attacks and bombings, visit http://www.globalsecur.com/blog/2016/03/brussels-attack-international-business-travel-global-monitoring-alert-excerpt/. Persons interested in the firm's no cost Daily Intelligence Briefing should visit the home page at http://www.globalsecur.com/ and scroll down to the sign-up form. The daily briefing is a round-up of threats around the world, with an eye to the needs of employees, executives, and other business travelers.
Persons with more specific needs should reach out to one of the firm's business travel security consultants as events and information are subject to change without notice.
Highlights of Business Travel Advisory vis-a-vis the Brussels Attacks
With the situation unfolding in real-time, the advisory provides common sense steps that business travelers, employers, and employees should be taking. Among them are the following. First, travel security managers should immediately check in with their employees in Belgium to determine their status and location. Employees on the ground, of course, should also check in immediately if they have not done so. Second, anyone traveling into or out of Belgium should expect significant travel delays. Third, travelers already in Belgium and the Zaventem municipality should await further instructions from the Belgian authorities. Finally, those in the impacted areas should closely follow local news reports.
About the Incident Management Group (IMG)
Incident Management Group is a leading international security consulting firm. Corporate or business organizations concerned about their need for robust travel security solutions can reach out to the IMG Group for assistance. The company’s experts provide services such as executive, employee, VIP, and expatriate travel security, workplace safety, duty of care management, risk and threat assessments, workplace violence prevention, crisis management planning, and more.
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