Tragedy shows value of crisis procedures

February 2013
Travel Weekly (UK);2/28/2013, Issue 2157, p3
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the importance of a proper crisis management structure at travel companies and suggests that health and safety should be observed at overseas resorts.


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