Over the last few decades, our world became increasingly global. New markets opened, and with them came the need for expanded services. One such service has been business travel, which has made up a significant part of the global economy. While we typically define primary threats to business travelers as accidents, natural disasters, and crime, it is now clear that travelers are also at risk from epidemics, pandemics, and various infectious diseases. In today’s environment, it is critical to focus on employee safety through the concept of Duty of Care. It is a corporate social responsibility.
Beyond the legal and moral obligations of a Duty of Care program, establishing this kind of proactive program elevates your company beyond the daily concerns of travel expenses. With Duty of Care in place, companies not only ensure the safety of the employee but also the more effective operation of their businesses.
In this whitepaper you will learn the importance of the following categories:
- What is Duty of Care?
- Addressing the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Identifying High-Risk Business Travel Locations
- Establishing Duty of Care and Travel Risk Management
- Evaluating Duty of Care Practices
- Company Responsibilities
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