No matter whether you are the first or frequent traveler, travel safety begins with you. Some people traveling abroad are part of their office work.
People who travel overseas business trips for various reasons, such as:
– attending business meetings / workshops / workshops,
– presentation of academic works / lectures,
– participation in business missions / exhibitions / cultural presentations,
– Signature of the Agreement / Memorandum of Understanding (MOU),
– collection materials for articles or books,
– participation in student exchange programs,
– Performs Hajj or Umrah, etc.
A frequent traveler, he tries to find the most risky types of risks the overseas traveler is likely to face. It can be divided into five parts, for early preparation; at the airport; while in the host country and personal security; hotel safety;
Travelers should keep in mind that security measures are tight at airports and hotels and must therefore learn to take reasonable and cautious travel arrangements. Readers should also note that the ideas listed here are not exhaustive, they are intended to be used only as a guide and safety tips that are derived from other sources.
Based on the writer's own experience, except for careful preparation, there are not many risks. This usually includes: a passport; booking two trips; hotel reservation; visa of the host country; currency; any required vaccination; and travel insurance.
Pas is considered to be your own life. It's also the most commonly used document whenever you travel. It is used when applying for a visa, airport check-in, immigration and customs check-in, check-in, pick-up checks (if necessary), etc.
With regard to packaging, individual taste. The golden rule to follow is always the light of the road. Small thieves and handkerchiefs like to use or prey for tired passengers loaded with heavy luggage. Additional safety warnings when packing: pack your luggage yourself; lock your luggage so you can not insert or remove anything; Use clear-looking luggage (designer, fantasy or cargo baggage attracts the attention of potential hijackers); use your luggage and put another one in the luggage compartment; Remove old brands of the destination airline. and wear the appropriate clothing
For those who wear a notebook, always check the type of connector used by the host country first – this may be a British three-pole, a European double-pole circle, a US two-piece apartment or others. In case of doubt, bring the international adapter. To avoid attracting attention, passengers are encouraged to put their notebooks in non-laptop bags.
You may want to bring a reasonable amount of medication for common illnesses such as fever, diarrhea, coughing, last remark do not make any sharp objects, lit objects and check-in at the airport at least 3 hours before departure
It is for your advantage, if your organization has a local contact to take care of you while you are at
At the airport
Business travelers should be aware of the following security and safety measures: refrain from carrying luggage or parcels for others; Never leave your luggage unattended at the airport, even on the perception of a safe place, such as the Golden Lounge; Always arrive at the luggage compartment when you leave the aircraft during transit or transit; Avoid talking about your office work, purpose of travel, accommodation, itineraries, etc. with strangers. If you need to put your luggage, put it between your legs.
While in host country and personal security
After completing all landing formalities, you must first wait for baggage clearance, if any. Areas of luggage claims are usually located immediately behind an immigration counter. When collecting luggage, make sure that the luggage compartment is damaged. Someone working in the airport complex may have tried to manipulate things, perhaps by accident. If this happens to your luggage, report the safety table immediately.
Before leaving the airport, call a local contact person if you have one. We recommend changing some money to your local currency. You may have to pay a taxi from the airport to the hotel in local currency. In some places, however, you can use the service of one of the renowned taxi counters and the travel is charged to your hotel account.
Passengers may want to note that in some countries US dollars are considered commodities. Pollution of notes will affect the value of the exchange rate. Course exchange may vary by bank account – higher banknotes charge a higher exchange rate.
If your business meeting takes place outside the hotel, book a hotel taxi for your transport needs. It can be a bit more expensive, but it's safer. Always go after the pairs whenever possible. In many cities taxis are reliable, however, get ready with a little change as many taxi drivers do not have. A small change can also be used as a tip if you feel it would be good for you.
We remind you that it is normal for a building security officer to ask for your ID in exchange for visiting a visitor. You can enter any form of ID, but never passport
To minimize personal risks when traveling abroad, we recommend that you follow the steps below: Inform yourself or register with your country's high commission. inform or register with the Country / Region Manager's Office (applicable to some multinational companies that have overseas offices); keep a low profile and do not expose yourself; do not display money or jewelry in public; carry a cell phone all the time; learn not to trust anyone; as much as possible, try to look like a local, such as a dressing; learn to break away from the routine; do not be kidnapped in local civil litigation – Stay in the house; do not drive, so it is possible to prevent traffic accidents; if you were arrested, immediately contact your High Commission for help; Use your shoulder wallet to have your passport, ticket, cash, etc. Never connect with drugs; avoid walking alone and shorten the time spent on the streets; women should not walk alone in the street to avoid unnecessary harassment; and beware of the criminals who pose with police staff in clean clothes to confiscate foreign tourists.
Other useful travel tips include: hold both hands free; keep a passport, ticket and cash all the time; make photocopies of passports and tickets, but keep them separate from the originals; be careful when using maps because they indicate that you are a foreigner or a tourist; keep the blood type in your wallet / wallet, if available; to correctly place your mobile phone, as the theft is common in some countries; suggest that you bring pasport photography with you; avoid buying too many expensive items using payment cards. Before signing, always check the amount on your credit card purchase credit card. Eat only cooked food and drink bottled drinking water or bottled mineral water; bringing a signaling device, e.g., a whiplash whistle; Practice the use of a local public telephone, if possible; learn how to divide the placement of valuable items you have; not to eat and drink from strangers – may be given drugs; (19659002) Safety of hotels
While increasing security, hotels can install a metal detector arc in some countries or use a handheld metal detector
As a security measure during hotel check-in, a room requirement of up to sixth floor is available. It is easier to escape in case of an emergency, eg fire. Travelers should be sure that rooms on lower floors provide easy access to thieves or intruders. Upon your arrival, put your luggage in front of you.
After check in, bring your own luggage to your room. Travelers arriving late at night may want to ask a bell or a porter to bring the luggage directly to the room and accompany him. When you first enter your hotel room, thoroughly check the room (in the bathroom, at the connecting door, behind the curtain, in the cabinet, etc.) to ensure that the room is actually empty and safe to close the door
to reduce or minimize the risks during your stay in the hotel, are the following useful and disadvantages: choose a newly built hotel. The manager has certainly installed the latest security gadgets available on the market; check the location of fire and stairs, etc. It is useful when you need to evade or evacuate quickly during an emergency, such as fire, bomb threats, terrorist attacks, earthquakes, etc. Remember that the lift is out of order in an emergency situation; For additional protection for you and your valuables, consider using the rubber wedge or door plug you usually use at home; always have a torch with a flashlight with extra batteries – to use when power is interrupted. Some hotels provide a lantern that is usually in the closet; Verify the caller before opening the door; Show Do Not Disturb on the Door; check the hotel whether drinking water can be used. In some countries, you can not drink tap water or boil because it could damage your stomach. Boil the supplied mineral water and prepare drinks; Place your items in one or two places. It is easier to re-wrap them if you need to avoid it quickly, eg in an emergency; to prevent theft of the hotel, keep all the things under lock when leaving the room; and if you have planned a meeting at the same hotel where you are staying, it is in your advantage to first check the location of the room in the near future.
Return from the trip
For safety reasons, it is safer to travel directly from the hotel to the airport. Passengers should plan ahead when leaving the hotel, as traffic conditions in some cities are unpredictable.
The departing passengers are required to fill out the exit card. They are also required to pay airport tax, unless it is included in the ticket price.
Again, do not carry any sharp objects, flameproof objects and check in at least 3 hours before departure
Remember that safety rules start with you