Safeture’s E-learning Module enables a proactive approach to risk through training and preparation. Safeture’s E-learning offers a streamlined process for educating your employees on risk through 12 different courses. The courses include a variety of different topics covering a broad spectrum of risk.
Each course contains educational material and videos, and they all end with a quiz to verify the user’s understanding. The results and progress of each employee are monitored by the administrator through the Users Module inside the web portal.
Below, you’ll find information on all courses offered in the E-learning Module.
Travel Risk Awareness
When traveling, one’s usual support structure to handle unexpected issues might not be available to the same extent. The Travel Risk Awareness course teaches how to consider the effect traveling might have and how to prepare before a trip to avoid and mitigate risk to the greatest extent possible.
Prepare for the Destination
This course provides useful information and tips to consider during the preparation stages of a trip. It helps identify practical problems that travelers may encounter while abroad, such as visa- and vaccination requirements.
Getting around an unfamiliar city can be challenging. Regardless of whether you are using private or public transport, there will always be risks that could jeopardize a journey. This course highlights certain tips and tools that help navigate transportation while abroad.
On any trip abroad, even to countries thought to be safe, it is important to consider the cultural and social differences. Conflicts or adverse situations might be more difficult to handle away from home, especially if the language is unfamiliar. Some habits and customs that are common in one’s home country might be disrespectful or even criminal in some places. This course highlights risks and gives advice on how to act in such situations.
This course covers the topic of cybercrime, which comprises any criminal act involving computers and networks, as well as traditional crimes conducted through the Internet. The prevalence and cost of cybercrime, including identity theft, hacking of bank accounts, and loss of intellectual property, has ramped up significantly over the last decade. This course provides key insights on how to identify different types of cybercrime attempts in order to avoid them to the greatest extent possible.
Travel Health Risks
A traveler may be exposed to a variety of health risks in unfamiliar environments. Most risks can be minimized by taking precautions before, during, and after a trip. We list such precautions in this course.
Il est courant de se retrouver dans des espaces bondés lorsqu’on visite une grande ville. Les voyageurs arrivent souvent dans des gares et des aéroports très fréquentés. Ils doivent parfois passer à proximité d’événements à haut risque, tels que des rassemblements politiques. Les grandes foules peuvent perturber les transports publics et rendre difficile la navigation dans la ville. Ce cours enseigne des mesures préventives qui aideront à réduire ces risques.
Women may face additional security risks while abroad. This course, which is intended for both men and women, explores the various risks women travelers can face in order to help avoid dangers and better enable assistance to others.
Terrorism and Casualty Attacks
Terrorism has been a serious threat for a long time. Terrorist attacks are often directed against civilians and tourists to generate the greatest amount of publicity. This course teaches travelers what to look for in terms of potential vulnerability in their surroundings.
Carjacking is a form of robbery where a criminal forcibly removes a motorist from their car and steals it. Perpetrators of carjacking often wield firearms. In some parts of the world, this form of crime is a pervasive problem, while it is largely unheard of in other countries. This course explores what to know about carjacking and steps to take in order to protect oneself against it while abroad.
Ce cours explique ce à quoi il faut s’attendre avant de se rendre dans des lieux à risque élevé ou extrême, tels que les zones de guerre ou les anciennes zones de guerre, souvent appelées environnements hostiles. Un environnement hostile peut être défini comme une zone extrêmement instable, avec un conflit généralisé, des insurrections localisées, des gangs criminels ou des troubles civils violents permanents qui affectent les entreprises, les visiteurs et la population locale.