Key features include an instantly accessible Mayday call, automated personal tracking, online storage of all travel documents, instant news reports of unrest pushed to impacted travellers, e-learning travel security certification and destination profiles.
“Duty of Care requires that measures be taken to protect employees and Travel Oracle accomplishes that,” said Scott Sunderman, Group CEO of Healix International. “Emergencies can strike at any time. On average, we airlift six medical emergency cases every day and respond to more than 450,000 assistance calls every year. The Travel Oracle App provides a safety net for employees and employers to provide protection for security issues and medical emergencies.
“Traveller tracking systems have provided travellers and corporations with peace of mind over the years, but the needs of global organisations have changed and end user interaction is critical and demanded. Travel Oracle overcomes this problem by making traveller tracking personal and proactive. This new tool helps corporations provide end-to-end travel security.”
Travel Oracle leverages e-Learning, live personal tracking and situational awareness to drive traveller empowerment. Combined with Healix International’s global capabilities and resources in the event of an emergency, a Travel Oracle traveller will be safer, and employers have the confidence that they have exceeded duty of care responsibilities.
Key features include:
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