COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Capabilities

The situation relative to the COVID-19 pandemic remains fluid. Governmental regulations and established travel restrictions are evolving quickly and with little notice. Local governments, host nation regulations, established travel restrictions, and infectious disease mitigation controls continue to dictate response capabilities. WorldAware’s team of security experts and analysts are in close contact with health authorities, including the World Health Organization (WHO) and Center for Disease Control (CDC), European Center for Disease Control (ECDC), Civil Aviation Authorities, and other health, government, central and local authorities. WorldAware security, risk and crisis management capabilities can assist organizations as they exercise, test and evolve their response to COVID-19.

Luggage Packing Tips to Avoid Mishaps


Packing "smart" means packing light, being organized, knowing airline restrictions, and preventing baggage mishaps. Use these tips to make your journey easier and give you peace of mind.

Thunderstorm Safety Advice for Employees


Thunderstorms can occur at any time of the year and throughout the world. Thunderstorms are dangerous despite their small size due to the production of lightning.

What You Need to Know About Zika Virus


Zika virus is a disease spread to humans through mosquito bites. In rare cases, the virus can be transmitted by contact with infected blood or through sexual contact with an infected individual.

Basic Health Precautions to Avoid Infection


Although some pathogens are spread through insects or close personal contact, many other diseases are transmitted from human to human more directly - through the air, or through contaminated food a