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Automatic collection of Embassy Travel Advisories from the “Five Eyes”: United Kingdom, United States of America, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.

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Automatic collection of Embassy Travel Advisories from the “Five Eyes” – United Kingdom, United States of America, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Advisories are aggregated and displayed in a “Country Heat Grid” which makes reviewing a Country and all of the official associated advisories very quick and simple. This is a real time saver, and an excellent decision support tool for any role that requires an understanding of country risks and issues in relation to an organisation’s employees and operations.

Country Information

Mobile responsive Country information for over 198 countries which includes the key topics; Security & Safety, Health, Terrorism & Kidnap, Visa & Passports, Laws & Customs, Natural Risks, Monery. Information is updated regularly based on local Embassy reviews and updates. Bordering country ratings are also shown for each country, for improved risk context.

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Country Risk Level

The aggregated Travel Advisories are scored based on an algorithm to give a single, overall Risk Level for that country. This becomes a useful indicator as part of any risk assessment as it it based on multiple,official Embassy information with the underlying Advisories easily accessible ensuring a strong audit and compliance base on which to demonstrate your risk decisions.

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Aggregated, Official Travel Advisory Information

Multiple advisories in one place, automatically related to the relevant Countries saving a significant amount of manual searching and review.

Interactive Country Lists

Mobile friendly Country list and grid view with a quick text search gives fast access to the Countries of interest.

Colour Coded Country Heat Grid

Countries are viewed in intuitive “Risk Cards” and displayed in a simple Country Heat Grid to help with rapid review and quick drill down to the associated information. With the ability to search a Country and Risk Level, this is a visual powerhouse of information.

IATA Travel Database

Access to the IATA travel database for up to date visa and passport information. Timatic is used by the entire aviation industry. The database is maintained by a group of immigration specialists with access to over 1,000 sources worldwide and is updated on average 53 times per day.

Contextual Country Profiles

Country profiles provide a single, mobile friendly view of Country information, and depending on the additional ISARR modules the client may have, can also include a wide range of contextual security and risk information, all in a single view, including; Country Information Topics, Aggregated Embassy Advisories and Country Risk Level, external disruptive events/global alerts, internal (client specific) incident reports for that Country, internal (client specific) Location profiles for any asset, resource or project the client has identified within that country.

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Location

85 Great Portland Street, First Floor, London W1W 7LT

Office Number: 0203 4750 753

 

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