Guideline for Health and Safety
The following guidelines indicate all measures taken to ensure the health and safety of all of our delegates. Please read this guideline carefully as they concern the responsibilities of the different actors in CBL-International programs (CBL-International, the delegates, your home college/university, your parents/guardians/family).
The Center for International Business and Commercial Law (CBL):
1.Provides written information on safety, health, legal, environmental, political, and cultural conditions in the country where your program is located, as well as general guidelines for safety abroad.
2. Provides pre-departure details reviewing health, safety, legal, environmental, political and cultural conditions in the country where your host institution is located, as well as general guidelines for safety abroad.
3. Provides accurate information concerning health care for each host country.
4. Maintains good communication among all relevant parties in cases of serious health problems, injury, or other significant health and safety circumstances.
5. Stays up-to-date on political, economical, safety, health and environmental conditions concerning the host country to ensure the delegates safety once on-site.
6. Provides a 24-hour emergency contact number for use in the event of crisis or emergency.
7. Provides you with an emergency information handbook with details about the country you are going to (maps, emergency hotlines, tip on health and safety etc….).
8. Provides affiliate universities and partners with CBL-International contact information including 24-hour emergency contact phone number.
The Delegates, you will:
1. Read and carefully consider all materials issued by CBL-International relating to safety, health, legal, environmental, political, and cultural conditions in host countries.
2. Consider their health and other personal circumstances when applying for or accepting a CBL-International offer of acceptance.
3. Make available to CBL-International accurate and complete physical and mental health information and any other personal data necessary in planning for a safe and healthy study abroad experience.
4. Assume responsibility for your preparation for the program and for participating fully in the CBL-International orientation.
5. Accept any conditions imposed by the airline carriers.
6. Inform parents / guardians / families, and any others who may need to know, about your participation in a CBL-International program.
7. Inform parents / guardians / families of host-country activities and travel plans.
8. Understand and comply with the terms of participation, codes of conduct, and emergency procedures of CBL-International and the host institution, and obey host-country laws.
9. Be aware of local conditions and customs that may present health or safety risks when making daily choices and decisions. Promptly express any health or safety concerns to the CBL-International on-site contact.
10. Behave in a manner that is respectful of the rights and well-being of others, and encourage others to behave in a similar manner.
11. Accept responsibility for your decisions and actions.
12. Become familiar with procedures for obtaining emergency health and law enforcement services in the host country.
13. Seek assistance from CBL-International if problems affect you or any delegates of the program.
14. Provide CBL-International any documents and information needed to register you to a program or to solve any problems concerning your application or stay in a host country.
Your home college/university:
1. Considers relevant physical and mental health factors and other conditions, such as disciplinary history, when advising or recommending that students participate in CBL-International programs.
2. Provides pre-departure orientation to participants, emphasizing student responsibility for reviewing information provided by CBL-International and the host institution concerning health and safety abroad.
Your Parents, Guardians and Families:
1. Be involved in the decision of your child to apply for and accept an offer of participation at a CBL-International program.
2. Review the health and safety information and guidelines provided by CBL-International and engage your child in a thorough discussion of safety and behavior issues, insurance needs, and emergency procedures related to living abroad.
3. Read Safety Tips for Parents of Students Studying Abroad.
If you wish to have more information concerning the health and safety responsibilities of the parties mentioned above, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone at: (+86) 021 6123 9750
Or by email at : firstname.lastname@example.org
One of our team members will be happy to get back to you as soon as possible.