Our focus this week has been to lay the foundation for the Return to Travel. Looking back, you will see posts focused on an extensive series of mitigation measures to apply in a variety of travel situations, including:
General Mitigation Measures to Apply & Mitigating Measures to Apply for COVID-19: https://www.lsds.us/post/return-to-travel-mitigation-measures
Mitigating Measures to Apply for Increased Crime & Potential Terrorist Attacks: https://www.lsds.us/post/return-to-travel-mitigating-measures-to-apply-for-increased-crime-potential-terrorist-attacks
Mitigating Measures to Apply for Civil Unrest: https://www.lsds.us/post/return-to-travel-mitigating-measures-to-apply-for-civil-unrest
Mitigating Measures to Apply for Natural Disasters and Severe Weather: https://www.lsds.us/post/return-to-travel-mitigating-measures-to-apply-for-natural-disasters-severe-weather
Why does this matter? LSDS has proudly supported thousands of client trips to all corners of the globe. We specialize in making you safer, both at home and abroad, and that means making sure you are prepared for any eventuality you may encounter as you return to travel. Remaining informed and situationally aware cannot be stressed enough, and whether you are heading across town, cross-country, or out of the country, we encourage you to equip yourself with updated information as a first step for any travel.
This week is just the beginning of our Return to Travel series, so follow us in the weeks ahead to learn more about what LSDS can provide for you.
DISCLAIMER and Hold Harmless
Disclaimer: LSDS™ gathers information from multiple sources and offers insight and perspective to travelers. Sources cannot be validated for accuracy in every instance. Travelers assume all risk associated with their travel and are responsible for the decisions associated with travel and for their own safety. Users of this reference document agree, to hold harmless LSDS™ (LLC) its employees and clients associated with any risk or injury incurred during travel.