SecureStar

With SecureStar we protect your most valuable asset – your employees
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SecureStar

GlobalStar’s primary concern is to protect the safety and security of your travellers. Unforeseeable events such as sudden changes in weather conditions, political and social instability can all impact travel and prevent your trip from running smoothly so keeping your travellers informed about industry issues, health and security risks worldwide and potentially undesirable travel conditions is a responsibility we take very seriously.

At GlobalStar, we believe that keeping your travellers informed and safe is of vital importance and have developed SecureStar to support this key part of your travel programme and we provide you with all the necessary resources in order to cope with these unexpected situations.

SecureStar is backed by third party providers including Anvil and International SOS, who provide all aspects of traveller tracking and security using TravelTracker for automated tracking and communication with travellers at all times. Whether your travellers are affected by a one-off event, or ongoing issues in your key locations, risk management and traveller tracking should be considered of high importance and handled expertly.

Through SecureStar, we are confident we can offer your travellers peace of mind.

  • News updates via our global portal
  • Custom alerts selected on your personal criteria 
  • Traveller tracking and ‘find my traveller’ reports
  • 24/7 emergency support for flights, accommodation and ground transport
  • Advice and support for medical and repatriation services

It doesn’t stop here, having a comprehensive Risk Management Plan in place is key, so we work with all of our clients to ensure a plan is in place that includes the following elements:

 

  • Allocation of management responsibility
  • Procedures description for all travel services
  • Important telephone numbers
  • Identification of essential operating equipment
  • Procedures for a minor incident
  • Procedures for a major incident
  • Details of relocation addresses

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