Travel Risk Management
5 Step Guide
When your employees travel for business, their safety is of the utmost importance. And so, before they even think about heading off on their journeys, both you and your travellers must be aware of the risks involved and how to act if something were to happen.
While it’s easy to catastrophise and let terrorist attacks and natural disasters spring to mind, those events are thankfully rare.
What’s more likely are the low risk, high-frequency events such as traffic incidences, stomach upsets, flight cancellations, minor accidents, or losing a passport or wallet.
Given the unprecedented times that the COVID-19 outbreak has caused, businesses are turning their attention to risk management and how they are addressing it before, during and after an incident.
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