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Return to Travel—Staying on Top of Travel Risk Management in 2021 and Beyond
As vaccination rates rise, return to travel is dominating the national conversation. But understanding when – and how – to return to travel is just as critical.
Managing risk should be at the core of any return to travel discussion. Is your organization equipped to keep travelers safe, healthy and well informed—whether you’re new to travel risk management or revising your current program to meet the needs of today’s evolving travel environment?
Join Matt Bradley, OnSolve Vice President of Security Solutions, and Ryan DeStefano, On Call International Vice President of Global Assistance Services, for this on-demand webinar. They discuss questions such as:
- What are the key components of a travel risk management program?
- How have travel assistance operations changed in the past year? What do you expect to see during the second half of 2021?
- What should organizations consider, today, when evaluating a new travel risk management program (or strengthening an existing one)?
- How can organizations effectively prepare for a medical or security incident abroad and what can they expect from their assistance provider?
About the Speakers:
Matt Bradley, Vice President, Global Security Solutions, OnSolve
A veteran security operations expert for more than two decades, Matt Bradley has deep, first-hand knowledge of security operations management, as well as an understanding of the critical challenges facing organizations in the future. Most recently, Bradley served as Regional Security Director for the Americas at International SOS, where he led the security services business and advised key executives on risk management solutions.
Prior to International SOS, Bradley worked in Honduras as the Security Director for Tigo Honduras where he handled all matters relating to physical security; health, safety and environment; crisis management; and fraud investigation. He was also a General Manager for I Solution Security, where he advised on security matters for the Honduran President, Minister of Security, and Minister of National Emergency Commission. Previously, Bradley had a distinguished 14-year career with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
Ryan DeStefano, Vice President of Assistance Global Services, On Call International
Ryan DeStefano serves as Vice President of Global Assistance Services at On Call International. In this role, he is tasked with providing holistic guidance of On Call’s Global Response Center (GRC) emergency assistance teams. Under his leadership, the GRC staff works collaboratively toward the fulfillment of On Call’s mission, with a primary emphasis on providing a consistently positive member experience to the travelers who contact On Call every day in their time of need. Prior to this, Ryan was Vice President of Security, overseeing On Call’s team of Global Security Specialists and was also responsible for the development, implementation, and management of the organization’s security assistance services, products, and strategies. Ryan has a Bachelor of Criminal Justice, Master of Criminal Justice, and an MBA in International Business and Supply Chain Management from Northeastern University. In his time outside of work, Ryan enjoys coaching youth sports, hiking the White Mountains of New Hampshire, and spending time with his wife and their four children.