Locate, contact, support: that's the triad of emergency action when sending travellers to dangerous regions. Key components of risk management include an emergency task force with representatives from management and relevant departments, an early warning system for potential hazards, a 24-hour emergency service and medical support.
Even for destinations that are considered safe, this is not going too far. Those who experience relatively harmless travel disruptions, for example due to strikes or storms, also benefit from traveling in the peace of mind that they will receive support if they need it. The added value in this case is all about eliminating sources of stress and therefore being more productive.