Toothbrush, socks, bathing suit…emergency plan?
Your suitcase may be packed tight, but make sure you save some room in your carry-on for some important travel health and safety resources. The resources below each contain valuable information to help prepare you for your trip abroad.
Trip-Specific International Travel Emergency Plans
Trip-Specific International Travel Emergency Plans provide information about resources and procedures that may be necessary during a travel emergency or international crisis. Plans can also be used to document important site-specific information such as rally points, local embassies / consulates, hospitals, and emergency contact numbers. Download the Group Plan or Individual Plan.
Current Travel Advisories and Notices
Before making travel plans, research the countries you intend to travel to. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Department of State, and the World Health Organization provide warnings and alerts that may impact travel plans or traveler safety.
Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP)
This Department of State program provides information to travelers about their intended destination(s) and allows U.S. consulates and embassies to render assistance to travelers impacted by international events or crises.
Traveler Health - Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Visit the CDC's website here and enter your trip information to discover if there are any health notices and/or required vaccinations for the area(s) of the world you plan to travel to.
Destination Safety & Risk Information
Visit this website to view safety and risk information for your destination countries. This service is provided by Mercer Travel Assist, Mason's third-party International Emergency Insurance provider. Note: First time users must set up an account to access this travel site. Click here to download first-time registrant instructions.
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