Washington State University

Foreign Travel

 

Washington State University has partnered with On Call International to provide WSU employees and official volunteers* with emergency and non-emergency related services and benefits to utilize while traveling. On Call International responds to critical medical or safety emergencies and can also help you resolve non-critical day to day travel problems any time you are traveling outside your home country on Washington State University related programs or business.

 Additional information is available in the coverage summary.  [ID Card and summary]

 It is recommended that WSU employees and official volunteers register their travel.

 To register, the WSU employee or official volunteer may email their travel itinerary to On Call International and copy Risk Management Services.

 

          trips@oncallinternational.com

          CC: riskmanagement@wsu.edu

 

NOTE:  WSU employees and official volunteers leading student programs will register through International Programs.

 It is also recommended that individuals register their travel with the Consular Section of the U.S. Embassy through the State Department’s travel registration website and enroll in the Department of State’s Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP). 

 Insurance and other risk management resources are not provided to WSU employees and volunteers for their personal travel or for family members.

NOTICE

 

You must notify Risk Management Services prior to travel if you are traveling to a country that is currently on the Office of Foreign Assets Control Sanctions List.   https://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/sanctions/Programs/Pages/Programs.aspx

 

 

*Official WSU volunteers meet the requirements in BPPM 60.81 Volunteers; http://public.wsu.edu/~forms/HTML/BPPM/60_Personnel/60.81_Volunteers.htm

 

 





 

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