TRAVEL RISK MAP 2017


International SOS and Control Risks publish Travel Risk Map 2017 to help organisations better understand the risks in the markets where they operate and travel.

The Travel Risk Map displays each country’s medical risk rating and travel security risk rating.  The result is a comprehensive overview of risks by destination. Highlighting to organisations the need for travel risk mitigation efforts.

EMMA Award 2016

Travel Risk Map received the 2016 EMMA Award for ‘Best use of Data Analytics within Global Mobility’. Acknowledging the rigorous methodology behind the risk ratings process.


INTERACTIVE MAP - VIEW FULL SCREEN HERE


riskmap 2015

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Please consult International SOS for the very latest ratings and more detailed information on country-specific risks. All risk ratings shown are taken in November 2016.

Understanding what the risks are at a destination and then taking appropriate precautions is the best way for an organisation to support their people, enable business growth and deliver on Duty of Care.



TRAVEL RISK OUTLOOK WEBINARS


International SOS and Control Risks will host webinars in December 2016 based on the key global issues and emerging trends. The webinars are open to the public and you can register here:



RISK ratings 


  • Countries and regional travel security risks are rated ‘Extreme’, ‘High’, ‘Medium’, ‘Low’, or ‘Insignificant’.
  • There are variable levels of travel security risks within countries. Mexico, Egypt, India, and Ukraine are examples of generally ‘Medium’ travel risk ratings, which have higher risk ratings in specific regions with that country.
  • Countries are assigned a medical risk rating of ‘Low’, ‘Medium’, ‘High’, ’Very High’, or ‘Rapidly Developing Variable Risk’.
  • The interactive map features include drill-down capabilities to see specific zones within countries that have a higher travel security risk rating, and city/country search functionality. The interactive map is freely available to clients and media to embed in their websites and to share the information and educate travellers.