May 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);5/29/2009, p22
Trade Publication
The article offers tips for the personal safety of the employees of travel agencies who are made to visit people in their homes. According to Jo Walker, campaigns and communications officer at Suzy Lamplugh Trust, travel agents should make sure that their office keeps a record of all appointments; and managers should know where the employees are at all times. It is suggested that agents should also consider training in personal safety.


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