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China Security Services

China Executive Protection and Security Services

ETS provides clients with a range of security services within China, including secure transfers and executive protection officers for traveling in the region. Our regional team consists of bilingual local executive protection teams and English speaking security drivers, experienced security officers and risk management consultancy experts. ETS also provides support for large scale events, including planning, coordination and security management as required.

ETS facilitates personal security for both short term and extended periods while traveling in China. Due to our trusted team of experienced security staff, we can offer a best in class service while also being able to adapt plans at a moments notice should plans change.

Services

  • Executive Protection Personnel – Bilingual speaking

  • Secure Local Drivers – Bilingual English speaking

  • Secure SUV’s, Sedan’s, Luxury Sedan’s and Mini Vans

  • Site Security Surveys

  • Risk Assessments

  • In-country project management

  • Large scale event security support

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Secure Airport Transfers in Beijing & Shanghai

ETS Risk Management provides secure airport transfers in Beijing and Shanghai at competitive rates with VIP security drivers and high-level vehicles.  Our local security teams and drivers can meet and greet in a low-profile manner at the airport or hotel, escort you to the vehicle, and ensure a secure transition to your destination.

If you would like to book online, please visit ExecSecure® for a quick and hassle-free service.

Secure Transportation and Executive Protection in China

Executive protection and secure ground transportation services provided by ETS Risk Management in China help mitigate and manage inherent risk. The ETS team has excellent working knowledge and impressive experience of operating in China. We have comprehensive coverage throughout the region and can provide executive protection, secure transportation, and excellent local knowledge through our local security team.

ETS Security Overview – China

 China’s political status is one of a one-party state which is run by the Communist Party of China (CPC). The CPC runs the state media closely and other media outlets are monitored such as 3rd party news reporting and journalistic investigations. In addition to this, the internet is also tightly controlled where certain websites such as social networking are heavily restricted. Autonomous regions in China such as Tibet and Xinjiang Uyghur have potential for social uprising, as can other regions such as Hong Kong; heightened levels of security is possible in these regions.

Crime in China does happen but is generally considered to be rare. Incidents such as street muggings, robbery, and pickpocketing are possible, especially in crowded locations and known tourist hotspots.  Foreign travelers don’t usually get targeted for serious crime opportunities; however, it’s important to remain cautious to the risk.

In the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, the threat of terror attacks linked to the East Turkestan Islamic Movement is credible.  As a result, there is a heightened security presence where people are subject to airport-style security checks when entering buildings.

China is prone to various natural disasters such as typhoons, earthquakes and flooding, which can have a massive impact on travel plans. As a result of frequent floods, rural areas are vulnerable to landslides which makes driving dangerous. Typhoon season in China runs between May and November.

As part of our service all clients have free access to our ExploreSecure® eLearning Travel Security training pre-departure

If we can help with any of the above, please don’t hesitate to get in touch

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FAQ’s for Secure Travel to China

Is it safe to travel in Beijing?2020-09-16T10:40:40-04:00

Beijing is generally considered safe as long as you take the necessary precautions.  As with most cities there are crime and safety risks, but with secure transportation and a robust travel risk management plan, visits to the region can be conducted safely.

What is the biggest danger to travelers in China?2020-09-16T10:39:10-04:00

The biggest danger to travelers in China is road traffic collisions.  According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), China is among the worst countries in the world for fatalities related to traffic incidents.  The cause of many incidents is down to poor driving standards and a lack of awareness when on challenging roads.

Consider booking secure transport when moving through China.  Having an experienced local security driver and safe vehicle to navigate through challenging situations will significantly improve your safety. Visit www.execsecure.com for a quick and easy booking process.

Are armored vehicles utilized in China?2020-09-16T10:36:47-04:00

Yes, armored vehicles can be used in China, but are rarely requested as the risk level is low.  Usually a low profile sedan or SUV accompanied with a security driver is requested for airport transfers and movements for meetings and corporation events.

Can security be armed in China?2020-09-16T10:32:16-04:00

No, private security in China cannot be legally armed.  It is important to consider the risks before your travel and ensure you have the right security measures in place.  Often, business travel will be conducted with a security driver and safe vehicle in China.

Is China safe for business travel?2020-09-16T10:07:15-04:00

Yes, business travel in China can be conducted safely but ensure you throughly research the region before travel.  Crime levels are relatively low, however pickpocketing and theft do happen, especially in the major cities including Beijing.   Sexual harassment against female visitors when traveling on the metro is common.  This has resulted in female-only carriages in some locations in China.  However, be aware that the threat is likely to still exist.

Business travel clients in China usually request a security driver and appropriate vehicle to facilitate their movements.

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