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// Personal Security Awareness: Travel Safety


R2Ri team members have been preparing others for safe travels – whether professionals and business people from £100,000,000 turn over blue chip businesses to exploration geologists, Gap Year travelers, Inter railers and back packers – for almost 30 years.


Team members have years of experience, (Civilian, Military and Intelligence Services) in this field and have undergone formal education in this field. They also have decades of experience of responding to disasters and the ensuing aftermaths – relating to travel, adventure travel, expedition and business travel sector incidents.

Please also see our THRE+AT  page for longer training (1-5 days)  for more hostile or austere environments.


Team member qualifications include accredited Duty of Care Practitioners.


Training and Accreditations include:


The Security and Risk Management Consultant’s course (delivered at the Government’s Cabinet Office Emergency Planning College in York).

IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health) Certified Safety, Health and Security for the Mobile Worker Practitioners having undertaken formal certifications in the field:

  • Travel safety, health and security for the mobile worker: Travel risks; travel-related risk assessment; and traveller’s briefing.*

  • Travel safety, health and security for the mobile worker: Building an organisation’s travel directives, incident management.**


* **  R2Ri team members include those who have undertaken the trainer courses for the two qualifications.


Content: Our Personal Travel Safety courses can be delivered over various periods from a day to two days or as part of longer THRE:ATcourses.


Courses are usually bespoke for specific groups or companies. Additional subjects can be added ranging from Kidnap Awareness to first aid.
























The text above is a fascinating early 1900's text from the Royal Geographical Society as part of training for explorers - we deliver up to date, current and relevant training for clients.


Core content includes:


  • Researching your trip

  • Sources of information and intelligence

  • Luggage

  • Safety items

  • Electronics, protection and cyber security.

  • Insurance

  • Money

  • Passports and visas

  • Personal Safety

  • Food and Water

  • Accommodation

  • Emergencies

  • Scams

  • Transport

  • Communications and Keeping in touch


  • Travel First Aid

  • Travel Health

  • Hygiene

  • Disease prevention

  • Insect bites

  • Stomach upsets

  • Inoculations

  • Drugs

  • Alcohol

  • What to do when things go wrong

  • Consular assistance and assistance providers

  • Cultural issues

  • legal issues


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