Stabilitas Partners with Travel Leaders Group

Stabilitas Partners with Travel Leader's Group to Provide Protection for Corporate Clients

Stabilitas is excited to about our ongoing partnership with Travel Leaders Group as their preferred Duty of Care vendor.

With over 24 billion dollars of booked travel and over 40k travel agents, Travel Leaders Group is one of the world's largest travel management companies.

From "View from 36k", TLG's Online Publication:

At 7:40am on a Monday morning, an Amtrak train derailed. 
13 passenger cars were sent crashing into the woods or dangling over an overpass above Interstate 5 in the middle of Seattle’s rush hour traffic. 
Three train passengers were killed and more than 100 were injured. 
Now imagine one of your employees was on a business trip to Seattle that day and you had an inkling that she might be on that fateful train. That happened to Cindi Wiebold, Strategic Program Manager at Travel Leaders Corporate who remembers, “I had a business traveler on the Amtrak train that crashed in Washington last December. My client, the company’s Travel Manager, didn’t know she had an employee on that train until I informed her.”
Duty of Care, or the responsibility of a company to protect its employees, is increasingly a concern for Corporate Travel Managers and Security Teams. After terrorist attacks at European airports and other incidents at seemingly low-risk locations, companies are re-assessing how they approach Duty of Care. Those events produced a new demand for visibility into where employees are when they’re away on business – and faster access to incident information. 
Even ordinary travel disruptions -- like a transit strike, weather event, or natural disaster – reveal the need for a safety net, and a new, more proactive approach to Duty of Care.To that end, Travel Leaders Group has partnered with Stabilitas to provide protection for its corporate travel clients. Stabilitas offers real-time insights into happenings around the world and potential travel disruptions — like storms, natural disasters, political unrest, or terrorist activity — using multiple sources, including an automated scan of global newspapers and findings from their network of professional risk analysts around the world.

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