Duty of Care, the Buck Stops with You

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Whilst Duty of Care may have become a hot topic in recent years; it is not a new phenomenon. Employers have been governed by occupational health and safety legislation since before the 1974 Act and the formation of its associated Health and Safety Commission. However, including business travel in the ..Read more

Protect yourself and your Staff from Express Kidnapping

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You’d be forgiven for thinking that kidnapping, in any form, is a bit passé, when alternate routes to ill-gotten gains such as cyber-crime provide criminals with less risk of being caught and minimal consequences if they are. But short-term opportunist kidnapping, known as express kidnapping, is on the rise across ..Read more

Consularcare Launches New Website

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Consularcare launches new website

Consularcare is excited to unveil its new website which provides the perfect platform to showcase its extensive range of excellent solutions. Consularcare is a provider of consular services to the private sector. If any person travelling for leisure or business gets into any type of difficulty abroad, Consularcare offers a ..Read more

Help! I’ve Lost my Passport

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Losing important documents, such as your passport, whilst abroad is a headache we would all rather be without. It impacts on your trip and, depending on where in the world you are, can become a bureaucratic nightmare. So what should you do?
Before you travel, make sure you have copies of ..Read more

How much will the UK Government do for me in a foreign crisis?

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You’re off on your travels; be it a package holiday, a year’s backpacking or yet another business trip; you’ve taken out travel insurance, so you’ll be okay if you lose your laptop; and if something catastrophic occurs, you’ll just contact the British Embassy or High Commission and you’ll get government help to sort it ..Read more

Does your Duty of Care Extend to Foreign Business Travel?

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Although the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974’s jurisdiction is limited to UK territory and

territorial waters, offshore installations and UK registered ships and aircraft, employment legislation

and common law provide protection for employees travelling abroad for business. As the world

becomes increasingly interconnected and the global marketplace becomes ..Read more

What can you do to protect your child when they go backpacking?

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Consularassist can provide help if the worst happens when backpacking

“I’ve decided to go backpacking for a year!” When your child utters those words, your blood freezes

and you know that you will not sleep again until they return safely to the nest. On the one hand, you

are proud to have raised an adventurous, brave pioneer; and on the other, every ..Read more