LaLiga Valencia CF has selected Healix International to provide a range of Travel Security Risk Management Services to ensure the safety of its employees, players and professionals.
Javier Ruz Bentué, Corporate Commercial Manager of Healix International in Spain explained, “With security risks on the increase around the world, organisations face an enormous challenge in ensuring the safety and security of their people when travelling overseas. Accurate, timely and relevant intelligence is of vital importance, as well as contingency planning for possible outcomes with escalation and crisis management plans in place that can be rapidly implemented should the need arise.”
Healix Security Services will support Valencia CF in fulfilling its duty of care by providing essential tools to keep abreast of the risks their people may face, wherever they are travelling around the world; and the resources to mitigate those risks by planning, preparing and taking appropriate action as and when required.
Anil Murthy, president of Valencia CF, said, “This agreement will ensure that employees, players and professionals can travel with the peace of mind of knowing that their personal security is being taken care of. This is very important to us as I think we will be travelling much more next season.”
The services provided include 24/7 proactive support from the Healix Global Security Operations Centres, security consultancy, access to the Healix Global Intelligence & Assistance Portal for security managers, a Travel Oracle App for travellers and personal security e-training.
By assessing and mitigating risks and taking appropriate action to respond when necessary, Healix will help Valencia CF ensure the safety of its whole team of people.
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