THE REALITY OF OUR WORK
Political unrest, terrorism as well as medical emergencies are some of the risks our staff face. Our years of experience supporting staff in conflict-affected countries has led to us sourcing a complete on-the-ground medical and emergency response capability.
What Can You Expect As
Your Duty of Care?
Reliable, high-risk insurance
Rapid activation of a security and medical team through our 24/7 emergency response helpline
Planning/managing static and mobile security including armoured vehicles and armed protection where needed
Tracking and monitoring
Our app tracks real-time location and provides safety alerts; SafeTrip process ensures staff movements are planned, controlled and monitored
Emergency Response Plans
Planned and adaptive procedures for co-ordinated crisis management
Evacuation Planning & Services
Coordination of evacuation following political unrest, medical emergency or incident
Secure Office & Living Facilities
Provision of secure accommodation, office facilities, and guarding solutions as required
Detailed induction briefings, Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT), security briefings specific to the area of deployment, Ethics & Code of Conduct training
Our SafeTrip process ensures we know the whereabouts of our staff, enabling our management on the ground to respond to a crisis situation. All movements from duty station are required to follow SafeTrip; whereby our security staff can assess prevailing threats and keep staff informed during their trip.
BLOW THE WHISTLE!
CTG’s Duty Of Care extends to protection from abuse or harassment of any sort. It is our policy to ensure that there is an open and safe environment in which staff can report in good faith any suspicions of misconduct or wrongdoing.
If you work for CTG and have been subjected to or have witnessed unethical behavior, harassment or wrongdoing, it is your duty to report it.