Welcome to the assessment for this Travel Risk Awareness course, it will test your understanding and application of the subjects covered in this course.
You will be asked ten questions and need to answer eight correctly to pass. If you get any questions wrong, the feedback will guide you to the topic you need to revisit. If you score less than 80% you will need to retake the assessment.
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Now make sure you put them into action and keep safe on your travels.
When researching a destination what are some good sources of information?
Because of the objective of your trip, it is vital that you take a smartphone with you so you can stay in telephone and email contact with your colleagues. Why might it be best to take a loaner device, instead of your own smartphone?
Imagine you’ve just landed at your destination airport, you’ve disembarked, gone through passport control and collected your bags. As expected, there is a driver waiting for you with your name on a board. He seems to be from the right car company but his photo doesn’t match the one you were sent. What do you do?
You are checking in to your hotel and the receptionist says there is a choice of room. Which is the best option?
If you are involved in a terrorist attack and it is not safe to RUN, you should HIDE. What should you do when you find a place to hide?
You should categorise areas in the location you visit using the Green – Amber – Red Zone system. Green Zones are the safest. What would be considered a Green Zone?
If you are walking along a busy street and notice the same person several times. You suspect they might be following you. What should you do?
You are in-country when there is a major political uprising. There are riots in the street and a lot of violence. What should be your first action?
What is the most dangerous stage of a kidnapping?