ISDA has created the COVID-19 Secure Transportation and EP Information center. In the Center, readers will find articles – data, and metrics that can assist practitioners working in the Secure Transportation and Executive Protection profession. Our goal is to help the community navigate its way through the problems created by the pandemic.
The Center supplies Information shared by the ISDA membership, such as training in the age of Covid – sanitizing vehicles – and Information that can be used to develop a post-pandemic business model.
We will update the Center with Information that could benefit the community during these unprecedented times.
Thank you, and let’s all hope for a better 2022
Guidelines for Cleaning, Disinfecting, and Sanitizing Executive Vehicles
From VDI – The Tools for Training in the “COVID Age”
The Results of the International Security Driver Association (ISDA) COVID-19 Survey
COVID-19 and the Executive Protection/Secure Transportation Profession – Carlton D Smith
Corporate, Chauffeuring, COVID-19, Waiting, and Auto Hold
Secure Transportation and The Risks of COVID-19
How You Can Kill Coronavirus in Your Car Without Damaging Interior Surfaces
Keep your car clean to reduce risk from coronavirus
How To Properly Clean and Disinfect Your Car to Slow the Spread of Coronavirus
How to Clean Your Car to Reduce the Spread of the Coronavirus
Can You Disinfect a Car Against the Coronavirus?
How to Maintain Your Car When You’re Not Driving It Much (or at All)
Keep Maintaining Your Vehicle Even If It Sits Idle
Six easy tips for maintaining your idle car
Could You Be Driving With Germs?
Anyone who rents a vehicle or uses a rideshare program needs caution; there are serious health implications. A recent study found that these vehicles are bacteria-laden –everyday driver actions such as rolling down windows, buckling seatbelts, and grasping door handles and steering wheels in these vehicles can become a health hazard
If they are, you can tell then they are entering a vehicle that has more germs than a toilet seat – that’s a pleasant thought.
Pandemic Disruption: Fleet’s Greatest Challenge Ever
OSHA Issues Alert for Car Service Safety During Pandemic
COVID-19 Travel Industry Research
Research reveals how airflow inside a car may affect COVID-19 transmission risk
A new study uses computer simulations to track airflows inside a car’s passenger cabin, providing potential strategies — some of them counterintuitive — for reducing the risk of transmitting airborne diseases.
Study shows how airflow inside a car may affect the risk of Coronavirus transmission
An Easy Trick for Optimizing Fresh Air Flow Inside a Car
How Much Virus Is in Your Destination? Bookmark This!
Training and the Risk of COVID
We thought this could be a useful tool for those providing or going to a training program. It is an interactive map that shows the risk level of attending an event, given the event size and location (the US only). The risk level is the estimated chance, from 0 percent to 100 percent, that at least one COVID-positive person will be present at an event.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
CDC Dashboard – Updated frequently with new guidance documents and details
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
Transportation Security Administration (TSA)