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Safety On Tour – An Introduction

Safety On Tour – An Introduction

Passenger, student travel safety plan.

Safety and Preparation are critical components of GO Educational Tours’ mission.

GO has laid-out a plan for contingencies occurring when passengers (most often youth grades 6 to 11 and Jr college age, 11 to 18)  are travelling with their teachers and schools.

Our  internal contingency plan goes into action once it is triggered by a call on a notice during a trip. We have set protocols and responses and the team is trained to support the group on the ground and also for other logistical needs.

These trips are an extension of the school coverage as they are structured and planned by the school and led by their teachers or administration.

The rules and regulations of these schools apply as if they were on school grounds and so must be adhered to by the students, staff and GO staff also.

If your school has specific rules our staff will honor and follow them. For example if some schools do not allow for baseball caps, our GO Leaders will not wear one. We do however encourage them to wear a hat during long days outside and so bucket hats may be a substitute in such cases.

Our tours will be accompanied by a GO tour leader ( GL ) unless the organizers demand so. Our GO Leaders will be trained in these contingencies and will be trained in basic CPR and first aid training and receive a background check.

GO takes travel safety seriously. We have contingency plans in place to deal with most foreseeable occurrences.

All our passengers will receive a green silicon bracelet with a toll free number on it to our travel emergency line.

Our office staff is well aware of these and our GO Leaders with you make sure that all the students on the tour are well versed and informed of the procedures.

Ultimately preparation is the key. Before and during the tour the group will be reminded of the actions and procedures in case something should happen.

Our Go Tour Leaders and office team will put safety first and foremost and a daily safety briefing will be reviewed with the students.

Each tour day starts and ends with safety in mind.