Duty of Care for Business Travel: Is your policy robust enough for 2021?

Duty of Care for Business Travel: Is your policy robust enough for 2021?

REPORT • Jan 2021

Returning to business travel in 2021? We look at the key factors to consider when updating travel policies, to help you prepare for the new challenges of business travel in the year ahead.

Duty of Care for Business Travel: Is your policy robust enough for 2021?

As many organisations look optimistically towards the year ahead as the COVID-19 vaccine brings hope for a return to business as usual, we look at how to ensure your travel policy is fit for purpose and relevant for the new challenges ahead in business travel.

In this report we review key considerations for your travel policy;

  • The fundamentals of a robust travel policy
  • Is your intelligence relevant for 2021
  • Have the risks to travellers changed since COVID-19
  • What steps can be taken to improve employee compliance with your policy
  • Do you have the resources to respond and recover deployed staff should you need to
  • What can be learnt from the pandemic to improve personnel safety in the future
  • Steps for successful crisis management

 

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