If planning to travel offsite on college business
What to do
Work through the steps below, remembering to take the relevant documents with you when you travel. To help with the introduction of this new system, you may find this ppt. presentation helpful.
Select your destination from the two tabs below:
Travel outside the UK
1. Check Requirement for Health Clearance Complete -- return questionnaire if relevant.
2. Check travel advice.
3. Check if vaccinations or malaria prophylaxis required -- if yes, inform all team members and arrange appointments with OH.
4. Check Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) country guidance.
5. If FCO or college insurer advises against all, or all but essential travel - to any part of the destination country -- complete an OWERP and contact the College Insurance Manager and obtain approval from Head of Department.
Travel within the UK
1. Check requirement for health clearance -- complete and return questionnaire if relevant
Select your trip type, read guidance and complete the form
Go to the OSW sharepoint site and click on the “add new item” green cross to complete the notification of travel details with approval process as necessary and UPLOAD your approved form.
Activate your overseas travel insurance. Download and print off your Certificate of Insurance and take on your trip. All you need to do is insert your name.
Emergency assistance will normally be provided by our insurers whether or not you have this certificate to hand. It is recommended that you also register directly with the insurers (please use your College email address and the policy number 0015865153 and they will return a login password). This will add further proof of your travel insurance cover, show you how to download the travel assistance website App to your mobile, and provide contact details for excellent travel incident support and access to relevant global emergency events. For more insurance information, see our Overseas Travel page.
Ensure, before travelling, that you have emailed all PhD students under your supervision to inform them of who to contact in the event of an Emergency, stating that the current DUGS can always be contacted as well in such circumstances.