Safeture releases approval tool to help employees book safe work trips
Safeture AB recently announced it has released a new tool as an addition to its openupforbusiness.com website so travelers can easily determine if their planned business destination is safe to visit and which potential risks exist. With the world economy showing signs of recovery after the corona pandemic, it is critical companies plan for how they get business back on track. Safeture is determined to help employees and companies make smart travel decisions by giving them access to the right tools and the latest localized insight.
Companies need to get their businesses back on track, and that means once again sending their employees out into the world to meet customers. With the coronavirus still showing hot spots around the world, a traveler needs accurate, up-to-date information to feel confident in their planning. With the new feature, the user fills in a simple online form, including which departing airport and destination anywhere in the world. You will get a green light to travel, a red light for serious restrictions, or a yellow light advising you to use caution. The data is making the decisions are gathered from Safeture’s corona-tracking map and is completely open to the public.
Openupforbusiness.com now also includes extensive information as an added map-based service in partnership with MAX Security, one of the world’s leading risk analysis companies.
“The corona pandemic wreaked havoc on companies around the world, and with signs of the global economy starting to recover, it is critical for employees to feel safe and confident about future business trips,” said Magnus Hultman, CEO of Safeture.
“Our openupforbusiness.com site and its expanding range of tools in an effort to help get companies to get back to business while taking care of their biggest assets – their employees.”
Visit our site openupforbusiness.com to get current, accurate data for you to help plan your next business trip.
For additional information, visit safeture.com or contact:
Safeture CEO Magnus Hultman: +46 706 00 81 66. Magnus.firstname.lastname@example.org