Managing the Risks of a Mobile Workforce


Enhanced risk management practices can translate into increased business travel safety and worker productivity, but many organizations make the mistake of thinking they can simply download a duty of care plan from the internet and roll it out to workers. 

Instead, you have to get the information, process it in the context of your work environment and then translate that into something reasonably practicable so your mitigation plan is effective.

In our latest Duty of Care video, experts outline the Eight-Step Duty of Care model identified in International SOS’ recently released Duty of Care and Travel Risk Management Global Benchmarking Study and discuss why companies are generally doing well at assessing company specific risk but are not so effective at managing global mobility and controlling and analyzing.

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