Whether you are a first-time passenger or frequent travelers, the safety of your journey begins with you. For some people, trips abroad are part of their work in the office. They are exposed to risks when traveling abroad
People who travel in overseas business trips for various reasons, such as:
– attending business meetings / seminars / workshops,
– Presentation of academic papers / lectures,
– participation in trade missions / exhibitions / cultural presentations,
– signing of agreements / memorandum of understanding (MOU),
– collection materials for articles or books,
– participation in student exchange programs,
– Perform Hajj or Uma and so on.
The screenwriter, as a frequent traveler, tries to list as many types of risks as are likely to be faced by a foreign traveler. It can be categorized into five parts, namely early preparation; at the airport; while in the host country and personal safety; hotel safety; and return journey
Travelers should keep in mind that security precautions are sound at airports and hotels and so they have to learn to make wise and reasonable travel precautions. Readers should also note that the ideas presented here are not exhaustive, they are intended to be used only as guidebooks and safe travel tips derived from other sources
Based on the writer's own experience, there are not many risks except for careful preparation.This usually includes: a passport, a round trip reservation, a hotel reservation, a visa requirement of the host country, currency, all necessary vaccination, and travel insurance
Passport t is considered your own life, and is the most commonly used document when traveling, used when applying for a visa, checking airport counters, immigration and customs counters, check-in at the hotel, cash check checks (if applicable), etc.
With regard to packaging, to the taste of the individual, however, the golden rule that you must follow is always to travel Small thieves and pickpockers like to exploit or plunder tired passengers loaded with heavy luggage. Other Packaging Safety Reminders: pack your luggage yourself; lock your registration bag so that nothing can be placed or removed; use plain luggage (designer, fantastic or expensive looking luggage attracts the attention of potential hijackers); use the luggage tag and put another one in your luggage; remove the old airline tags and wear the right clothes
For those carrying a laptop, always check the type of plug that the host country is using – it may be a British triangle, a European roundabout, a US two-way flat or other . If in doubt, bring an international adapter. To avoid getting caught, passengers are encouraged to put their notebooks in non-notebook bags.
Perhaps you would like to bring a reasonable supply of medicines for common illnesses such as fever, diarrhea, cough, last resort, no sharp objects, flammable objects, and airport accommodation at least 3 hours before departure.
Your advantage is if your organization has a local contact to take care of you while you are at
At the airport
Business travelers must be aware of the following security and safety measures: refrain from carriage of luggage or packages for others; Never leave your luggage unattended at the airport, even in a perceived safe place, Golden Salon; Always carry your cabin baggage with you when leaving the plane during the intermediate or transit flight; avoid talking about your office, travel destination, accommodation, route, etc. with strangers. If you want to remove your luggage, put them between your legs
While in the host country and personal safety
Once you have completed all the disembarkation formalities, the first thing you have to do is wait for your luggage to check if someone. The luggage claim base is usually located immediately after the immigration board. When collecting the luggage, check correctly if there are any signs that it has been tampered with. Someone working in the airport complex may have tried to handle the items of the passengers, perhaps by chance. If this happens with your luggage, immediately notify the security bureau.
Before you leave the airport, call your local contact if you have one. It is advisable to change some money in local currency. You may have to pay a taxi from the airport to the hotel in local currency. In some places, however, you can use the service of one of the reputed taxi companies and the fee is charged to your hotel bill.
Passengers may want to point out that in some countries US dollars are considered a commodity, Bantering will affect the value of the exchange rate. The exchange rate may vary depending on the banknote account – the higher banknotes charge a higher exchange rate.
If your business meeting is to be held outside your hotel, book a hotel taxi for your transport needs. It may be a bit more expensive, but it's safer. Always go out in pairs whenever possible. In many cities taxis are reliable, but get ready with a little change, as many taxis drivers do not have that. The little change can also be conveniently used as a tip if you think you are giving it for the good service provided.
As a reminder, it is normal for the security staff of the building to request a valid ID in exchange for a visitor pass. You can give any form of ID, but never your passport.
In order to reduce personal risks when traveling abroad, we recommend that you follow simple tips as follows: inform yourself or register with your country's High Commission; inform or register in the office of the Governor of a Country / Area (applicable to certain multinational corporations that have offices abroad); keep a low profile and do not show up; Do not show public money or jewelery; carry a mobile phone at any time; learn not to trust anyone; as much as possible, try to look like local people, dressing; learn to break away from routine; do not get caught up in civic struggles at the local level – stay indoors; do not drive, so you can avoid a road accident; if arrested, immediately contact the Supreme Commission for Assistance; use your shoulder wallet to keep your passport, airfare, cash, etc; never deal with drugs; avoid going out alone and reducing your time on the streets; women should not walk alone in the streets to avoid unnecessary harassment; and beware of criminals who represent police officers like civilians to rob foreign tourists
Other travel tips include: keep both hands free; keeps a passport, plane ticket and cash at any time; to make photocopies of a passport and plane ticket, but to keep them separate from the originals; Be careful about using your maps as they show you are a foreigner or a tourist; Keep your blood group identity in your purse / wallet, if any; properly place the cell phone because the theft is common in certain countries; offer to take passport-sized photos; avoid buying too much expensive products using credit cards Always check the credit card credit card before signing up; eats only bottled food and beverages bottled drinking water or bottled mineral water; bringing a signal device, e.g. whistle with a rope; a practice using a local public telephone if possible; Learn to divide the placement of precious things you wear; do not take food or drink from strangers – they can be drugs; and when ordering bottled or canned liquid, make sure it opens only in front of your eyes.
Safety of the hotel
When security is enhanced, hotels in some countries install a metal detector arc or use a handheld metal detector
As a precaution during hotel accommodation, a room request is located no higher than the sixth floor, if any. It is easier to escape during an emergency situation, eg. fire. Travelers should be aware of the certainty that the rooms on the lower floors provide easy access for thieves or offenders. At check-in, put the luggage in front of you
After your arrival, bring your luggage to your room. Traveling women arriving late at night may ask a bell or a janitor to carry the luggage directly to the room, accompanying it. When you first enter your hotel room, check the room completely (in the bathroom, the connecting door, behind the curtain, in the closet, etc.) to make sure the room is really empty and safe before closing the door  reduce or minimize the risks during your stay at the hotel, the following helpful and inconsistent details are helpful: select a newly built hotel. The management has certainly installed the latest safety devices available on the market; check the location of the exit of the fire and the stairwell, etc. This is useful when you need to move or remove quickly during an emergency, for example, fire, bomb threat, terrorist attack, earthquake, etc. Remember that the elevator does not work during a breakdown; to further protect you and your valuables, consider using a rubber wedge or a door plug that you usually use at home; always have a flashlight with extra batteries – to use when power is interrupted. Some hotels provide light for torches, usually placed in the closet; Check your callers before opening the door. the "Do not disturb" sign appears on the display. check out at the hotel if the tap water can be used for drinking. In some countries, you can not drink the tap water even after you have boiled it because it can upset your stomach. Boil the supplied mineral water for beverages; place your belongings in just one or two places. It is easier to pack them again if you need to move quickly, eg. in case of urgency; to avoid stealing a hotel, keep all things locked when you leave the room; and if you have planned your meeting at the same hotel you live in, it is in your favor to first check the room at the earliest opportunity.
Return to the road
For safety reasons, it is safer to travel directly from the hotel to the airport. Travelers should plan ahead when leaving the hotel because traffic conditions in some cities are unpredictable.
Departing passengers are required to fill in the upload card. They are also required to pay airport tax if this is not included as part of the airfare tariff.
Do not wear any sharp object, flammable objects again and place at least 3 hours before departure
Always remember that the safety of the journey begins with you